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Thursday, 13 August 2020

Deal goes awry, two attacked in Gurugram

Our Correspondent
Gurugram, August 12

Tension prevailed in the district's Begumpur Khatola village on Wednesday as two Muslim brothers were attacked with sticks after a deal to buy a buffalo went awry.

A case has been registered and the police have arrested two men in connection with the incident. The accused — identified as Adesh and Dilbag, residents of Begumpur Khatola village — have been booked under Sections 323 and 506 of the IPC.

The brothers are under treatment in the Civil Hospital here.

In his police complaint, Nasir said: "Mursalim and I struck a deal with Adesh to buy a buffalo. On reaching his place, Adesh and his friend Dilbag told us they had already sold off the buffalo. We were surprised. When we questioned him on why he wasted our time, Dilbag started abusing me and hit me with a stick. When Mursalim tried to save me, Adesh slapped and punched him. As we cried for help, Dilbag threatened to kill us."

Haji Shahjad Khan, chairman of the Muslim Ekta Manch, alleged it was a pre-planned attack.

However, ACP (Crime) Preet Pal Singh Sangwan said it was a brawl between two groups.

from The Tribune

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