“I was behind the victim’s car and witnessed the whole incident. The Major was innocent and the auto driver picked a fight for no reason. The victim did not even come out of the car and was unable to understand the language in which the driver was speaking. Four other passersby, who were in no way connected to the incident, ganged up with the driver and started damaging the vehicle. The victim was then pulled out of the car and badly beaten. There were nearly 40 onlookers and nobody came to the victim’s rescue, despite his pleas for help. I started pushing the assailants, asking them not to beat him as he would die. With great difficulty, I rescued the victim and the accused ran away.”
“I could see the victim being beaten with spanners. He was bleeding profusely and did not know why he was being assaulted. The spot where the incident occurred sees regular traffic jams. After treatment we went to the Bayappanaalli police station around 7.30 pm and filed a complaint. The pictures, which the victim managed to click of the driver and others who beat him, were handed over to the police for further investigation. I wish those 40 onlookers, instead watching the victim being beaten, could have just warned the accused and sent them away.”
Kudos to the young man for showing courage and most importantly, humanity.
source – scoopwhoop