Six individuals from a Dalit family were purportedly assaulted by around 20 people for visiting a sanctuary in their town close to Gandhidham town of Gujarat’s Kutch region, police said on Friday.
Gandhidham: Six individuals from a Dalit family were purportedly assaulted by around 20 people for visiting a sanctuary in their town close to Gandhidham town of Gujarat’s Kutch area, police said on Friday.
While the supposed episode occurred on Tuesday (October 26) at Ner town under Bhachau police headquarters, no captures have been made up until now, representative administrator of police Kishorsinh Zala said.
“Two FIRs were enrolled in such manner, one by Govind Vaghela and one more by his dad Jagabhai. The pair guaranteed that around 20 people assaulted them. We have shaped eight groups to seize the offenders,” Zala said.
The argument has been enlisted against a horde of 20 people, including Kana Ahir, Rajesh Maharaj, Kesra Rabai, Paba Rabari and Kana Koli, on the charges of endeavor to kill, dacoity, theft, attack, and under pertinent segments of the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, it was expressed.
According to the FIR, the charged were irate that Govind Vaghela and his family had visited the Ram sanctuary at Ner town on October 20 to offer petitions when a Prana Pratishtha ceremonial was in progress.
On October 26, Vaghela was at his shop, when he discovered that a few people had obliterated his standing harvest by sending dairy cattle into his field, the objection expressed.
At the point when the complainant and his uncle Ganesh Vaghela arrived at the recognize, the denounced assaulted them with lines, sticks and sharp weapons for visiting the sanctuary, the police said.
According to the FIR, the blamed had additionally supposedly taken a cell phone and harmed the complainant’s cart.
The complainant has likewise affirmed that the charged had assaulted his mom Badhiben, father Jagabhai and two different family members, and the six casualties were treated at an overall emergency clinic in Bhuj.