Delhi police arrests four persons for beating up Kashmiri siblings, calling them "terrorists" The video shows one of the siblings being slumped next to a auto and being pulled by someone in the crowd, said a report by Indian Express.
During the briefing, Patnaik told Gauba that the incident was a local issue, triggered by a dispute over feeding stray dogs in southeast Delhi's Sunlight Colony on Thursday night, the official said. In a video clip on social media, a wounded woman, her back to a vehicle, screams as she is beaten with hockey sticks. They have taken five flats on rent and residents have noticed the movement of suspicious people in the colony at night. "It was a planned attack and the accused were carrying hockey sticks", said one of the victims.
Tripathi claimed that the the group of 30 to 40 people, who had allegedly beaten the family, were carrying sticks, because of a dog menace in the area.
My three sisters were sexually abused by them and when I came to rescue, they attacked me with hockey sticks fracturing my left hand. In their complaint, however, the youths alleged that during the attack, some of the residents hurled anti-Kashmiri abuses at them.
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He said that they were roughed up and the accused were shouting slogans, "Kashmiri terrorists should be sent back".
The complainant alleged that they had been attacked a couple of times earlier also and had been living in fear in the locality.
The Delhi Police have registered a case and an investigation is on. "The incident on Thursday too was a fall out of a number of arguments that had taken place earlier", said Tauqeer.
Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah reacted to the incident and re-tweeted a tweet which read, "Apparently the girl was made a target because she was feeding stray dogs".
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The woman alleged "constant harassment" and mentioned that the victims have requested police protection.
"They have in the past, too, complained to the police, saying we indulge in illegal activities and harbour criminals".
The police have registered a case and are probing the matter, an officer said.
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