Nigerian brutally thrashed for alleged theft in Delhi

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A was tied to a lamp post and was relentlessly thrashed with sticks by a mob, which accused him of being a drug addict and a theft.

Earlier, a Nigerian student was brutally beaten by a large mob inside Greater Noida's Ansal Plaza mall, following protests over the death of a Class 12 student of a residential colony there due to drug overdose.

Summary: In a video that surfaced on Monday, an African national is seen tied to a pole and thrashed by a mob allegedly in south Delhi's Malviya Nagar.

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A screen grab from the video which shows Ahmed being beaten up by locals in South Delhi's Malviya Nagar. He has been arrested and is jailed while the men who brutally assaulted him are still roaming freely and no action has been taken against them.

NDTV reports that the victim was allegedly caught inside the home of Krishna Kumar and Kumar's neighbours claimed that he fell while trying to escape.

According to the report, he was barely conscious.

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However, the incident of assault was only revealed after the video emerged on the internet.

A senior police officer said even though Ahmed had injuries, they were suspected to be because of the fall from the stairs but with the video surfacing now, they were probing the matter.

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