Nigerian National Brutally Assaulted In Delhi's Malviya Nagar On Suspicion Of Theft

Nigerian National Brutally Assaulted In Delhi's Malviya Nagar On Suspicion Of Theft

Nigerian National Brutally Assaulted In Delhi's Malviya Nagar On Suspicion Of Theft

Contradicting this, the video footage shows that he had been tied to a pole and was thrashed mercilessly even when he pleaded for to stop beating him. He is seen with his feet tied to a lamp post, begging for mercy as his attackers keep hitting him with sticks.

ANI has released a video on Twitter showing the man being brutally thrashed.

The incident allegedly took place two weeks ago in Malviya Nagar in South Delhi.

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With folded hands, the Nigerian man can be seen crying out "forgive me".

Disturbing visuals of an African national being beaten up in New Delhi's Malviya Nagar area surfaced on Monday, raising concern over racism-related attacks on Africans in the country and their safety.

While the Nigerian man was later arrested by the police, the unknown assailants who thrashed him are roaming free. People in the neighbourhood allegedly told the police that he was hurt when he fell down the stairs while trying to escape. By the time he was handed over to the police the same day, he was wounded and barely conscious.

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After being treated, he was reportedly presented in court and a judge sent him to jail.

After the video came to light the spokesperson said that they have taken cognizance of the video, verified it and then will take legal action on the same.

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