January 18, 2021

Rajasthan Driver Crushed For Not Chanting Jai Shri Ram, Modi Zindabad

Beaten For Not Chanting 'Jai Shri Ram', 'Modi Zindabad': Rajasthan Driver

Gaffar Ahmed Kacchawa was badly crushed up by two males in Rajasthan’s Sikar on Friday.


A 52-year-old auto-rickshaw driver was brutally crushed up after he refused to chant “Modi zindabad” and “Jai Shri Ram” in Rajasthan’s Sikar, the police stated Saturday. The 2 males who attacked him additionally pulled his beard and requested him to “go to Pakistan”, the sufferer stated. Each the attackers have been arrested.

Gaffar Ahmed Kacchawa complained to the police that the accused stole his wristwatch and cash, broke his enamel and left him with a swollen eye and accidents on face after he refused to do what they stated.

In response to the First Data Report (FIR), round four am on Friday, Mr Kacchawa was returning after dropping passengers at a close-by village when the 2 males in a automotive stopped him and requested him for tobacco.

Nonetheless, they declined to take the tobacco he provided and allegedly requested him to chant “Modi zindabad” and “Jai Shri Ram“, the police stated.


The 2 males had been arrested inside six hours, the police stated.

On his refusal, they thrashed him with a stick.

“My car was overtaken by one other. Two individuals got here out of it and began beating me. They slapped me and requested me to chant ‘Modi zindabad‘. They kicked and pulled my beard too,” Mr Kacchawa instructed information company ANI.

Pushpendra Singh, a senior police officer in Sikar, instructed information company PTI, “We arrested two individuals on Friday after the criticism was lodged. Preliminary investigation means that the accused misbehaved and thrashed the sufferer inebriated.”

The accused had been recognized as Shambhu Dayal Jat, 35, and Rajendra Jat, 30.

“The 2 accused had been caught inside six hours of registering the case. They’d some argument with him and had been drunk and even demanded cash from the motive force,” one other police officer instructed information company ANI.