MP | In Madhya Pradesh’s Neemuch district, a disabled man, identified as 65-year-old Bhanwarlal Jain, died after being beaten up allegedly on suspicion of being a Muslim. Congress leaders had claimed that the accused in the case had links with the Bharatiya Janata Party.
BJP’s Neemuch district president Pawan Patidar confirmed the claims and admitted that the accused Dinesh Kushwaha, who has now been arrested, is a BJP worker and his wife is a local BJP leader.
Accused youth arrested
The SP of Neemuch police station Manasa tweeted that, “On coming to the notice of the incident of pre-death assault of an unknown elderly person under police station Manasa, district Neemuch, immediately registering an FIR in 302, 304-ii IPC, within 24 hours to the accused. Has been taken into custody. The interrogation and investigation of the accused is going on.”
BJP’s Neemuch District President Pawan Patidar confirmed the claims saying, “Dinesh Kushwaha is an ordinary party worker. His wife is a local BJP leader. Dinesh was not a party functionary. I don’t know much about the incident yet. We are trying to gather more details.”
Let us tell you that in Neemuch, Madhya Pradesh, an elderly man named Bhanwarlal Jain was slapped on the suspicion of being a Muslim. After which the police recovered the body of the elderly. Let us tell you that the video of the elderly person being slapped went viral between 20 and 21 May.
65-year-old Bhanwarlal Jain is mentally weak and hails from Sarsi in the Ratlam district. He was continuously slapped by accused Dinesh Kushwaha, whose video has gone viral. In this video, slapping accused Dinesh Kushwaha can be heard saying- “kya Naam hai tera… Muhammad? chal adhaar card bata, adhaar card nikal tera… jawra se aaya hai, chal adhaar card dikha…”
According to the information, a day before this video went viral, the dead body of this elderly person was recovered by the Manasa police and the photo was issued for identification. As soon as this video went viral on social media, the villagers of the deceased’s brother Samate protested outside Manasa police station and arrested the accused in the case and demanded action.