UP: Man forced to drink urine, wear garland of shoes over love affair, video surfaces

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New Delhi: A man’s hands and legs were tied with ropes and he was forced to drink urine and wear a garland of shoes in Moradabad district of Uttar Pradesh. The video of the man being publicly shamed and subjected to the harsh punishment is going viral on social media platforms. It has caused quite a stir.

A police complaint has been lodged by the relatives of the victim and a case registered at the Civil Lines police station. Three accused have been arrested and hunt for the rest is on. The accused committed the heinous act because they claim Aman, who was married, was having an affair with a girl of their locality.

Rajkumar, the victim’s father and the complainant, said that at 1pm on Saturday, his son was called by some relatives over the phone and later, abducted by some people while he was returning. He had no information about his son’s whereabouts after he went out of the house. Later, he received a call from his relatives enquiring about his son Aman. Rajkumar told them he had not returned home and was not aware where he was. It came to light later that some people from Kanor village had abducted him and he had been subjected to ill-treatment.

When the police was informed, the cops swung into action. After a while, they contacted Rajkumar and informed him that his son was found at the Pak Bada police station. Rajkumar and his family stay in the Civil Lines area and they sell medicinal herbs.

Aman was married off a month ago

The entire incident took place in Nanak Wadi of Kanor village which comes under the jurisdiction of the Pak Bada police station.
The accused had planned the entire incident, and several people witnessed it.

When the police asked about the girl in the viral video, Rajkumar said relatives told him that Aman and the girl had an affair, but he had married off Aman a month back. Based on Rajkumar’s complaint, the police registered a complaint at the Civil Lines police station. Eight people involved in the incident were named, and charges were made against 5 to 10 unidentified people. The police have registered a case under IPC sections 34, 365, 323, and 66. Legal action is also being taken against the accused.

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