50-year-old man beaten to death in Hazaribagh
50-year-old man beaten to death in Hazaribagh

Ranchi: The inhuman face of police has come to light in the Hazaribagh district of Jharkhand. A 50-year-old man died due to a barbaric beating by police in Hazaribagh. The only crime of the middle-aged was that he was going with his family to attend a wedding ceremony. The middle-aged man, who was going to attend the wedding ceremony due to the barbaric beating of the police, died on the spot.

According to reports, Kshakan Bhuiyan, a resident of Machala in the Hazaribagh district, was on his way to Koyali Kala to attend the wedding ceremony with his family. Meanwhile, he stopped to pour petrol into the Karama village bike under the Chauparan police station area of Hazaribagh district. The patrolling team also reached the spot when the Kshakan Bhuiyan sat on the bike to pour petrol. The policemen involved in the patrolling team started questioning Kshakan.

It is alleged that it was during interrogation that the policeman broke down on the 50-year-old Kshakan and started beating him mercilessly. Kshakan died on the spot while two others were injured when police thrashed him. The family was outraged after the death of the Guardian. The police patrolling party left the spot, sensing the urgency of the spot after seeing the anger of the family members of the deceased.

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