Three people were arrested and booked under NSA after a viral video from Bhopal has sparked outrage as it shows a man being Disgraced and forced to bark like a dog while wearing a leash around his neck.
Political temperament is getting high in madhya pradesh where a video was released by the victim, Vijay Ramchandani, who said he was fed up with the police taking any action.
Government taking rapid action amid protest by various Hindu sangathans
Home minister of Madhya Pradesh Narottam mishra has directed the police commissioner to investigate the case. Mishra stated that he saw the video and such behaviour towards a human being is highly condemnable. He has also instructed the Bhopal police commissioner to take action within 24 hours.
Three accused arrested by Bhopal police
Three accused are arrested by Bhopal police within 4-5 hours and police is searching for other three accused for the same. Police have identified six accused- Sajid, Bilal Tila, Faizan lala, Sahil bachha, Mohammad Sameer Tila, and Mufid khan. In that 50sec. Video a group of men can be seen as shouting “Kutta ban”.”bol sahil Bhai sorry. While one of them was holding the leash and others were asking him to apologise.
Victim’s family trying to give the angle of conversion
Victim’s family has alleged that Sahil and the other accused has forced him to consume drugs ,eat meat and convert to Islam. Victim’s brother also alleged that police did not file FIR when he approached them. In the end of the video victim also said “me Miya Bhai ban ne ko teyyar hu”. After getting the video viral police has filed FIR under relevant sections of IPC and anti conversion law.
Bajrangdal protests in Bhopal amid victim’s video went viral
Members of Bajrang dal gathered and protested outside Jamalpur police station, raised jai shree ram slogans and demanded strict action against the accused. The family of the accused denied all the allegations.
Bhopal administration ordered to take Bulldozer action
The local administration in the presence of police demolished the residence of Sameer and is expected to follow suit for the other two accused.