Mob forces Kashmiri Youth to wear women’s clothes in India
Kashmiri youth named Mir Faiz who is originally from Baramullah in Indian occupied Kashmir attacked by a mob in Neemrana in Alwar district of Rajasthan.
As per detail 25-year-old engineering student Mir Faiz, went to withdraw money from the ATM when he became subject of extreme assault and was found tied to a pillar and being forced to wear women’s clothes in Rajasthan’s Alwar district on Thursday.
The brother of the victim Mir Faisal said that “They took him to an isolated place where he was forced to wear a woman’s clothes. They then instructed him to walk around the market in those clothes,” he added.
Faisal said that despite registering an FIR, The police are not taking action against the culprits instead they kept Faiz in custody all night and tortured him.
On the other hand, police said that we have allowed Faiz to go to Gurgaon with his brother after being detained for a few hours and the search for the three unidentified persons is ongoing.
This is Faiz Mir, a Kashmiri, who was beaten up in Rajasthan's Alwar district on 4 Sept.
In his complaint Faiz has said he was threatened by 3 men who took him to an isolated spot, forcibly made him change into a woman's clothes & told him to walk in the Neemrana mkt.@TheQuint pic.twitter.com/z9edBC8v3o
— Aishwarya S Iyer (@iyersaishwarya) September 5, 2019