Two Dalit brothers had been thrashed and tortured by a bunch of males at a petroleum station in Rajasthan
BJP chief Amit Malviya has criticised Rahul Gandhi after two Dalit brothers had been thrashed and tortured in Rajasthan, a state dominated by Mr Gandhi’s celebration, Congress.
The brothers, accused of theft, had been crushed up allegedly by the employees of a petroleum station in Rajasthan’s Nagaur. In a cell video, some males are seen stripping one in all them and violating him with a screw driver. Then they allegedly poured petrol on his genitals.
Mr Gandhi tweeted asking the Rajasthan authorities to take movement over the “horrific and sickening” crime.
“The recent video of two young Dalit men being brutally tortured in Nagaur, Rajasthan is horrific & sickening. I urge the state Government to take immediate action to bring the perpetrators of this shocking crime to justice,” Mr Gandhi tweeted.
Mr Malviya, nonetheless, quickly recognized that the Congress MP didn’t notably ask the Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Ashok Gehlot, to take movement.
“State government? The Chief Minister is also the Home Minister and his name is Ashok Gehlot. Just in case you didn’t know who is responsible for the brutality against Dalits in the state… Ever since Congress formed govt in Rajasthan, crime against Dalits and women has shot up,” Mr Malviya tweeted.
State authorities? The Chief Minister will also be the Dwelling Minister and his title is Ashok Gehlot. Simply in case you didn’t know who’s liable for the brutality in opposition to Dalits throughout the state…
Ever since Congress usual govt in Rajasthan, crime in opposition to Dalits and women has shot up. https://t.co/zlY2yf7Y1s
— Amit Malviya (@amitmalviya) February 20, 2020
A First Info Report has been filed in opposition to the accused for torturing the two brothers, the police acknowledged.
Mr Gehlot tweeted seven accused have been arrested and assured of swift movement.
Within the horrific incident in Nagaur, speedy and environment friendly movement has been taken and seven accused have been arrested so far. No particular person shall be spared. The culprits shall be punished in step with the regulation and we’re going to make certain that the victims get justice.
— Ashok Gehlot (@ashokgehlot51) February 20, 2020
“The two men, accused of theft on Sunday, were brutally thrashed by the employees. The assault was recorded on camera and the video went viral. They filed a police complaint on Wednesday,” senior police officer Rajpal Singh acknowledged.