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Man thrashed by bouncers in hospital over bike parking

Man thrashed by bouncers in hospital over  bike parking
A 30-year-old man who admitted an injured old man to Deen Dayal Upadhaya hospital was brutally thrashed by the bouncers in the hospital over a trivial issue on Sunday night.
The victim has been admitted to the hospital and is undergoing treatment.
The incident occured when the victim Ankit Singh was going to his home in Tilak Nagar when he found an injured old man on the road. Seeing the man was alone, Ankit put him on his bike and rushed him to DDU hospital. On reaching the emergency, he parked his bike on the emergency gate to which the bouncers on guard objected.
Ankit in a hurry left his bike there itself and rushed in to get the old man admitted.
However, when he returned he was confronted by the bouncers who were infuriated Ankit's bike parking.
"Ankit just tried to help an injured man, and these bouncers beat him mercilessly over a minor issue. He was beaten with rods and sticks. You can see his wounds how brutally he has been thrashed. The bouncers even snatched his mobile phone," said Mohit, Ankit's brother. It was only after the intervention of the cops that the mobile was given back but Ankit suffered severe injuries.
Later, his brother made a PCR call and registered a complain. "We have registered a case under proper section against the bouncers and are investigating the matter." said a senior police officer.
Zafar Abbas

Zafar Abbas

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