- New twist in the alleged beating of a bangle man in Indore
- Case registered against bangle in POCSO Act
- FIR also for possessing fake documents
- Owaisi came in favor of bangle, targeted the MP government
In the Banganga area of Indore, Madhya Pradesh, new revelations are being made continuously in the case of beating of a bangle. First, the police arrested three people for beating him and then a case has been registered against the bangle person under the POCSO Act. He has been booked for molesting a 13-year-old girl. MP Home Minister Narottam Mishra has said that he was selling bangles posing as a Hindu and two Aadhar cards have been recovered from him. Here, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi has targeted the Madhya Pradesh government in this matter. Owaisi has said that Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra is openly making excuses for the criminals.
13 year old girl accused of molestation
Officials said that the girl who was molested has filed a case against Taslim Ali at Banganga police station. The girl has said in the complaint that Taslim gave his name as Golu and came to her house on the pretext of selling bangles. While praising the beauty of the girl, he touched her inappropriately. The girl shouted at him. Taslim tried to run away, but was caught and thrashed by the neighbors. Taslim is a resident of Hardoi, Uttar Pradesh. After leaving from there, a bag was found in which two Aadhar cards were found. His name is Aslam and father’s name is Mor Singh recorded in an Aadhar card. In the second, his name is written as Taslim and father’s name is Mohar Ali. On the complaint of the girl, a case has been registered against her under the POCSO Act. An FIR has also been registered against him in a cheating case on the charge of possessing forged documents.
Congress leader released video
Indore SP Ashutosh Bagri has confirmed the receipt of two Aadhar cards from Taslim’s bag. Here, State Congress spokesperson Aminul Khan Suri has released a video of him. In the video, Taslim has told that many years ago he had an ID card made in which his name is written as Bhura. Brown is his household name. At the same time, his name in the Aadhar card is Taslim Ali. In the video, he has claimed that both the documents are genuine.
The matter changed due to the statement of the Home Minister
As the case of Taslim’s beating gained momentum, state Home Minister Narottam Mishra said that he was selling bangles to women in the holy month of Sawan posing as a Hindu. This started the controversy, even though he belongs to another community. Mishra said in Bhopal, “The Home Department reports that the person selling bangles in Indore (Taslim Ali) had given himself a Hindu name, while he belongs to another community. Two such (doubtful) aadhars from him. Got the cards too.” According to the Home Minister, legal action has been taken against both the parties involved in this quarrel.
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Three men arrested for thrashing
Mishra said that three people involved in the mob have been arrested for beating Ali. In the viral video of the incident, people in the crowd are seen thrashing the bangle seller while he is urging them to leave. In another video of the incident, a man thrashing a bangle vendor, accusing him of molesting women, is inciting others present at the spot to thrash him. In the video, this person is heard abusing and threatening the bangle seller saying that he (the bangle seller) should not be seen in Govind Nagar any more.
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The matter started after the video of the beating surfaced
Politics has intensified since a video of the incident went viral. In the video, some people are seen beating the bangle man while the youth is seen begging for mercy. Some people are accusing him of molestation and asking the crowd present there to beat him up. Taslim has brought the allegation in the complaint lodged in the Kotwali police station that five-six people involved in the mob beat him up and also snatched 10 thousand rupees. In the complaint, he snatched bangles worth about Rs 25,000 along with his mobile phone, Aadhar card and other documents from the mob.