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Nigerian National Brutally Assaulted In Delhi's Malviya Nagar On Suspicion Of Theft

09 October 2017, 05:04 | Melissa Porter

Nigerian National beaten up in Delhi

Nigerian National beaten up in Delhi

In the video, the Nigerian national can be seen with his feet tied to the lamp post, yelling and begging for mercy while his attackers beat him brutally with sticks.

A screen grab from the video which shows Ahmed being beaten up by locals in South Delhi's Malviya Nagar.

News agency ANI tweeted, "Nigerian national tied to a pole and beaten up by locals for alleged theft in Delhi's Malviya Nagar".

'We received a complaint against a Nigerian national over attempted burglary on September 24. The man was then handed over to the police in a terrible, beaten state.


At one point in the video one can see a man holding up the man's feet while another person hits him on his feet with a rod.

According to television reports, the man, who was accused of theft and drug smuggling, was tied to a post and assaulted by some men.

He was barely conscious and severely wounded when the mob handed-over the man to the police.

NDTV reports that the victim was allegedly caught inside the home of Krishna Kumar and Kumar's neighbours claimed that he fell while trying to escape. He then was produced before a judge who sent him to jail, added the officer.



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