As policemen watched, two ladies were slapped, kicked and mishandled by a swarm drove by mob vigilantes at a railroad station in Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday. In a cellular telephone video taken by one of the numerous eyewitnesses who did nothing to stop the assault at Mandsaur, around 350 km from state capital Bhopal, policemen are seen making contemptible endeavors to control the group.
The police were at the railroad station to capture the two Muslim ladies; they say they had been tipped off about the ladies going with an expansive amount of meat to offer. In the video, the ladies are cornered by a group that is heard shouting “Gau Mata Ki Jai (Hail sacred dairy animals)”. They are slapped and punched by the ladies in the crowd until one of them breakdown. The policemen evidently don’t make enough of an effort to shield the ladies from the blows.
Police sources said 30 kg of meat has been recovered from the ladies. The consignment was inspected by a neighborhood specialist who pretended it wild ox meat and not a hamburger, claim the police. The ladies have still been charged, in light of the fact that they didn’t have a grant to offer meat. No move has been made against the individuals who attacked the ladies, or the policemen at the spot. State home minister Bhupendra Singh today said: “No can take law in their own particular hands. A test will be led.” Dairy animals vigilantism has grabbed up features and political consideration in the previous couple of weeks after national shock over a video of four Dalit men being beaten attached to a SUV and paraded for cleaning a dead cow in Una in Gujarat prior this month.