Man Thrashed In Train For Failing To Answer Questions On PM Modi, National Anthem
Man Thrashed : Police said they are examining the issue after a nearby NGO held up a case on Thursday.
MALDA, WEST BENGAL: A man was professedly attacked by four people in a moving train in West Bengal, after he neglected to answer to their questions on the head administrator and the national song of devotion, police said today.
The casualty, a vagrant worker, was en route to Kaliachak in Malda area from Howrah on May 14, when the four people got into the prepare and sat beside his seat after he had quickly deboarded at a station, a cop said.
Upon his entry, they all of a sudden began getting some information about Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the national song of devotion and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, he stated, including, the man was roughed up when he couldn’t answer to the questions.
The gathering later got down at Bandel station.
A neighborhood NGO – Bangla Sankriti Mancha – held up a FIR yesterday against the blamed, in light of recordings taken by co-travelers, Kaliachak Police Station Inspector-in-Charge Suman Chatterjee said.
An examination concerning the issue is in progress, Mr Chatterjee said.
(This Story Originating From NDTV)