Video of Indian police beating a Muslim man lying motionless after being shot goes viral

The video has earned the ire of the Indian public on social media as many people are shocked and disgusted by the inhumane act of the Assam police.

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Indian policemen beating a Muslim man lying motionless on the ground after being shot.

Assam: A shocking video of Indian police officers, including a government-appointed photographer, ganging up to mercilessly beat a Muslim man in Assam has stirred outrage across social media platforms.

On Thursday, two people were killed and 11 injured when Indian police committed violence against Muslims in Assam to drive them from alleged encroachments on government land. 

Around 800 families have been ousted from the land, who are being accused of “illegally occupying” government property. 

In the viral video, several Assam cops can be seen in anti-riot gear, mercilessly beating a man with sticks even as he lay motionless on the ground. 

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A man carrying a camera can be seen violently stomping the man’s face as he lays there on the ground, not moving. Another police officer then jumps in and hits the man on his face with a stick before the others signal him to leave.

The video has earned the ire of the Indian public on social media as many people are shocked and disgusted by the inhumane act of the Assam police.

Following this, Pakistan’s federal minister Ali Haider Zaidi took to his official Twitter account and condemned the incident while questioning the “Shining India” narrative. 

The Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Fawad Chaudhry, also condemned the incident, saying that Prime Minister Imran Khan will again address the world today and point out the atrocities against minorities in India. 

The Indian government’s move to destroy homes and force the poor to vacate the area has been criticized by human rights activists. 

A social activist from Sipajhar, Saddam Hussein, “There has been heavy rain and stormy winds since last night. Children, women are huddled together in the midst of all this. Some people were given the eviction notices the night before, some on the day of the drive, and some did not get any notice at all.”

The president of All Assam Minority Students’ Union (AAMSU), Rejaul Karim, “There are no medical teams, no running water, no toilet and not even tarp to cover them. This is completely inhumane.” 

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