Muzaffarpur: 11 persons accused of beating up two Dalit boys, urinating in their mouths

Muzaffarpur: A group of people allegedly beat up two Dalit youths severely and urinated in the mouth of one of them after accusing the duo of stealing a motorcycle in Bihar's Muzaffarpur district, a senior police official said on Saturday.

The incident occurred on Thursday night in Baburam village and an FIR was registered in Paroo police station of the
district by the mother of one of the victims.

The Bihar police are probing the case further. Representational image. Reuters

The Bihar police are probing the case further. Representational image. Reuters

Rajiv Kumar Paswan's mother lodged the FIR against 11 persons, including the husband of the local panchayat head, alleging her son was beaten up and the other person was urinated in the mouth on the charge of stealing a motorcycle.

Police confirmed that the youth were thrashed, but denied the allegation that they were urinated upon. Senior superintendent of police Vivek Kumar said that as per the supervision report submitted by sub-divisional police
officer (SDPO) Madan Kumar Anand, the allegation of the youths being beaten up was true, but the charge of the urinating in the mouth was not corroborated during the inquiry.

The SDPO, along with an inspector, visited the spot on Friday to probe the matter following the registration of an FIR. Another Dalit victim has been identified as Munna Paswan, a friend of Rajiv. Both are residents of Mathia village.

Mukesh Thakur, husband of the Panchayat head, named among 11 accused, denied the charge and alleged that it was a conspiracy against him. He said he was prepared for any high-level probe into the matter.

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Updated Date: Jul 23, 2016 18:33:48 IST

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