On Camera, Nuh Violence Accused Thrashes Man Pinned To Ground In Presence Of Cop

The widely-circulated video showed Bittu Bajrangi thrashing the man as members of his cow vigilante group pin him down. The assault took place as a policeman is seen standing within touching distance of the man, but remains a mute spectator.
Bittu Bajrangi

Bittu Bajrangi is out on bail after being arrested in the case of violence in Haryana's Nuh last year.

New Delhi: A key accused in the case of violence in Haryana's Nuh last year was caught on camera beating up a man with a stick in the presence of a policeman, who remained mute spectators. The accused, Bittu Bajrangi, is out on bail after being arrested in the case of violence in Haryana's Nuh last year.
The widely-circulated video showed Bittu Bajrangi thrashing the man as members of his cow vigilante group pin him down. The assault took place as a policeman is seen standing within touching distance of the man, but remains a mute spectator.
According to reports, the victim was accused of sexually abusing two girls after luring them into his house by offering them chocolates.
The police have not registered a case yet.
The incident reportedly took place outside Bajrangi's house on April 1 and the man who has been thrashed is a resident of Faridabad's Sarurpur.
In the viral video, members of Bajrangi's cow vigilante group, Goraksha Bajrang Force, are seen pinning the man as Bajrangi hits him with a stick at least four times.
A policeman is seen sitting on a chair inches from the man but remains a mute spectator.
"We have seen the viral video and are looking for the man who was beaten up. After we get a complaint from him, we will take appropriate action. If we don't get a complaint from him, we will track down the accused using the video and social media and take action against them," a police official said, according to NDTV.
The communal violence in Nuh had broken out in July last year during a procession organised by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad. The violence spread to other areas, including Gurugram and Badshahpur, during which five people were killed and at least 70 people were injured. A mosque had also been set ablaze and a cleric was among the dead.
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