In Sikar, Rajasthan, a 52-year-old auto-rickshaw driver was brutally beaten for not speaking "Modi Zindabad" and "Jai Shri Ram". Police gave this information on Saturday. The victim said that the two men who attacked him also pulled his beard and told him to "go to Pakistan". The police have arrested both the attackers. Ghaffar Ahmed Kachhwa complained to the police that the accused stole his wristwatch and money. Not only this, the attackers broke their teeth and gave one eye. There are bruises on the victim's face.
According to the FIR, at around 4 am on Friday morning, the victims were returning to a nearby village after leaving passengers when two people in a car stopped them and demanded tobacco from them. However, the tobacco he offered, the attackers refused to take and reportedly asked him to say "Modi Zindabad" and "Jai Shri Ram". On his refusal, the attackers beat him with a stick.
"Two people came out of the car and started beating me. They slapped me and asked me to say 'Modi Zindabad'. They also pulled my beard," Kachawa told news agency ANI. A senior police officer of Sikar, Pushpendra Singh, told news agency PTI, "After the complaint was filed, we arrested two people on Friday. Preliminary investigation shows that the accused beat up the drunken victim. Identified as Shambhu Dayal Jat (35) and Rajendra Jat (30). Another police officer told news agency ANI, "Both the accused were arrested within six hours of registering the case. The accused had an argument with the victim who was intoxicated. The accused also demanded money from the driver. "