Five Arrested After Video Shows Nigerian Man Thrashed By Mob In South Delhi, Nobody Helped

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A Video which is going viral in social media shows nigerian was beaten by mob while he was caught, trying to rob a house at Malviya Nagar in south Delhi, an area which is popular with African students in the city. After beating him cruelly, he was arrested and jailed but his attackers are still roaming free. In the video, the Nigerian man, identified as Ahmed is seen tied to electric pole and beaten with sticks while he begs and screams.

One of the clips shows the 24-year-old Ahmad begging the crowd to let him go amid a volley of blows landing on his bloodied face.A second video shows an attacker holding his legs and another man hitting his feet with a stick. The man cries out aloud: “Forgive me.” But the crowd keeps thrashing him.

After Investigation police said four more men had been arrested today after scanning the video footage. The men have been identified as Sanjay, Kamal Kant, Mahavir and Mukesh, south district police chief Ishwar Singh said. Ishwar Singh DSP Said ThatAhmed had been arrested and has been in judicial custody since then.

The case took another turn after the disturbing video surfaced on 9 October. Ishwar Singh, Deputy Commissioner of Police, South Delhi, confirmed the arrest of altogether five accused locals who had allegedly thrashed Ahmed.

He said, “After analysing the video, a case was registered for ‘attempt to murder by culpable homicide’ against the people found assaulting Ahmed. Krishan Kumar, complainant against Ahmed, was arrested first from his house at Savitri Nagar. By midnight others were arrested too.”

On Tuesday, the four arrested men were produced in a court and were sent to judicial custody. They were identified as Sanjay, Kamal Kant, Mahavir and Mukesh. We are examining the video and investigating through local intelligence to identify other people who were involved,” the DCP said.

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