Dabangs beat up Dalit family for opposing molestation, set fire to house and shop

Dabangs beat up Dalit family for opposing molestation, set fire to house and shop

The police of the local police station reached the spot after receiving information about the incident and are investigating the case. All the injured have been admitted to the hospital by the police. At the same time, both the parties have filed an FIR in this matter.

Last Updated: 30 Dec 2020 09:59 AM

Dabangs beat up Dalit family for opposing molestation, set fire to house and shop

Bihta: A case of arbitrariness of the oppressed has come to light from Maner of Patna district, capital of Bihar. On Tuesday, the bullies first molested women of the Dalit family in Bhavani Tola village of Maner. Then, when he opposed the molestation, the Dabango beat his house to fire. During this time, there was fierce fighting and balloting in both the sides, in which many people have been reported injured.

According to the information received, in this incident of fire, the property of lakhs, including food grains, clothes and all the necessary items kept in the house along with the computer kept in the shop of the victim was burned. In relation to the incident, the aggrieved side said that the domineering people were trying to tamper with the women by forcibly entering the house.

Meanwhile, the members of the house reached there to hear the noise of the women screaming. On seeing this, there was a fight, in which many people from both sides got injured. The injured include Ayodhya Prasad, Mantu Paswan, Vinay Paswan, Mohukh Paswan, Baharan Paswan, Bachchan Paswan, Chhotan Paswan, Kunwar Paswan, Vineshwari Paswan among others.

Here, the police of the local police station reached the spot after receiving the information of the incident and are engaged in the investigation of the case. All the injured have been admitted to the hospital by the police. In this case, an FIR has been lodged at Maner police station on both sides, in which many people have been named accused. Presently, the Manner Police Station is refusing to say anything about this.

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