MP's Gwalior: young man beaten in moving automobile, made to lick feet; charge filed; 2 detained
Nadia Farooq

The police acted swiftly upon learning of the situation, opening an investigation that has led to the arrest of two suspects thus far.

Gwalior (Madhya Pradesh), July 8 (ANI): After the Sidhi urination incident, a horrific video emerged online showing a group of youngsters in the Gwalior area of Madhya Pradesh beating up another youth and making him lick the feet of a moving automobile.

The event happened on June 23 in the Dabra neighbourhood of the city, but footage of it just became popular on social media on Friday (July 7). In the widely shared video, the accused can be seen viciously assaulting and abusing the victim while the automobile is in motion. The victim was also made to lick the hands and feet of the perpetrator. Additionally, the suspect was overheard asking the victim to identify Golu Gurjar as his father. The perpetrator and the alleged victim are both locals of Dabra.
The police acted swiftly upon learning of the situation, opening an investigation that has led to the arrest of two suspects thus far.


A video showing teenagers being brutally assaulted surfaced on Friday night, according to Rajesh Singh Chandel, SSP (Senior Superintendent of Police) in Gwalior. Then, we went out and got every last detail we could find on the subject. Karan Goswami, the complainant, filed a formal complaint.
Karan Goshwani and Mohsin Khan were victims of an attack carried out by four suspects on June 23. In response to the complaint, the four suspects were arrested and charged with assault and violation of IPC Section 365 at the Dabra police station. According to the SSP, two suspects have been detained and are now being questioned by police.

Narottam Mishra, the home minister of Madhya Pradesh, responded to the event by saying, “A case was registered on the complaint of the victim, two persons have also been arrested in the matter.”
Pravesh Shukla, 30, was accused of peeing on the face of Dashmat Rawat, the victim, in a video that went viral and came to be known as the “Sidhi urination incident.” After a video of the event went viral on social media, Chief Minister Shivraj Chouhan took notice and demanded immediate action, which included charging the perpetrator with a crime under the National Security Act (NSA).
Shukla, the suspect, was apprehended and booked under the NSA. Saket Malviya, the Sidhi Collector, issued a warrant for the accused man’s arrest, and he was sent to the Central Jail in Rewa. The accused had his unlawful building torn down by the local authorities as well. (ANI)



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