Deaf and mute youth tied to a pole and beaten, VIDEO: The victim told the incident in gestures to the police, a case was registered against the accused Congress woman

Pradeep Singh Thakur, Dewas. On the Bhopal-Dewas highway in Sonkachh area of ​​Dewas district of Madhya Pradesh, a woman tied a deaf and dumb man to a pole and beat him up and made a video of him. After the video of the beating went viral, the victim reached the deaf-mute police station and narrated the ordeal to the police in gestures. On the complaint of the victim’s brother, the police registered a case against the accused woman and took the matter under investigation. Viral video confirms doesn’t work.

The victim Santosh Solanki resident of Arnia village told the police in gestures that Sheela Bai, a resident of Daulatpur, tied him to a pole on the Bhopal highway with the help of her companions. After this, while beating him, a video was made and shared on social media. The accused woman is said to be a Congress leader. In the viral video, the woman is saying that Santosh harasses her over the phone. After this she starts beating him with a stick. The woman also asked the victim to do sit-ups and become a cock. The victim kept pleading with the woman not to fight with folded hands and holding her ear.

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The viral video had also reached Sonkutch police. The victim told the police by writing the name of the accused woman on a piece of paper. Station in-charge Neeta told that after the victim reached the police station, complete information about the case was received. The viral video is being told of the month of April. On the complaint of the victim’s brother Meharban Solanki, a case has been registered against the accused woman under sections of the SC-ST Act including assault.

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