Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): A group of miscreants allegedly assaulted a youth, forced him to wear a dog collar and apologise in Bhopal. The video is going viral on social media.
In the video, the accused youths can be seen threatening the victim, saying "kutta ban" (behave like a dog) and forcing him to wear a leash.
TI Rajkishore Mishra of Teela Jamalpura police station said that five persons identified as Bilal Teela, Faizan Lala, Sahil Bachcha, Mohammad Sameer Teela and Mupheed Khan were booked for assaulting Vijay in the Teela Jamalpura area on Monday.
TI Mishra also said that search is on for the victim man, to ascertain more details.
Taking prompt action, Home Minister Narottam Mishra directed the commissioner to investigate the matter and take appropriate measures.
"I saw that video. I felt like it is a grievous incident. Such a behavior towards a human being is highly condemnable. I have instructed Bhopal Police Commissioner to probe this incident and take action within 24 hours," said Narottam Mishra, MP Home Minister on the incident.
The youth was reportedly made to recite his name and his family members' names under pressure, was threatened of physical harm if he refuses to follow the instructions.