A woman was abused and beaten while traveling on a two-wheeler with a person of another religion

A young man and a woman of different religions have been allegedly harassed and abused by two thugs in Bangalore. The two were chased by the accused two-wheelers before abusing and beating them and videos of the incident are going viral on social media. Myco Layout police have confirmed the incident. A case has been registered in this regard and two persons have been arrested. The incident took place near Dairy Circle in Bengaluru. In the viral videos, thugs are seen abusing and beating the two. Both were then forced to get off the bike.

“Aren’t you ashamed to walk with people of other religions like this? Don’t know what time we are living in? That is what one accused woman says. The video also shows the accused asking the young man, “Can you dare to take a woman from your community on a bike like this?” In the video, she says the woman is married. She also said that her husband knew that she was riding a bike with another man. The accused are then seen forcibly taking her husband’s mobile number from the woman. Sources told India Today that one of the accused shot the video and later posted it on social media.

After the video went viral, a statement was issued by the Deputy Commissioner of Police, North East Bengaluru. He said, “The video of two people of different religions being beaten after traveling together has gone viral on social media. A case has been registered in this regard at Suddaguntepalya police station and the police have taken immediate action and arrested the two accused within 12 hours. ”

Meanwhile, the matter is well known and Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has also taken the matter seriously. He also said that immediate action has been taken in the case. “A two-wheeler rider was beaten for traveling with a woman of a different religion. Bangalore police have arrested two accused in the case. It has also initiated legal action by filing a case. Our government will not tolerate such cases, ”Chief Minister Bommai tweeted on Sunday.

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