Delhi Fight Video: ‘Our Dignity Has Been Compromised Says Daughter Of Victim Beaten Over Parking Dispute
Since the old guy who viciously assaulted her father last week in Delhi’s Sant Nagar has been released on bail, the victim’s daughter has made a public plea for assistance.
Dushyant Goel, Mona Goel, and Kaushiki were viciously attacked by Daljeet Singh’s family, which included Daljeet Singh, his son Harjap Singh, his wife Kudrat Kaur, and other family members.
One of the victims, Kaushiki Goel, went to social media to bring attention to the horrifying incident last month and even named the perpetrator in the video.
Over a parking dispute, the Sikh man attacked Goel’s family with a heavy wooden stick. Videos of the violence spread widely online, which led to the incident’s public disclosure.
I’m embarrassed to admit that my parents and I were publicly beaten. I’d like to take up Harjap Singh’s section 509 IPC case.
Equally responsible for this atrocity were Ikjot, Kudrat, and Harmeet Kaur. I have no control.
My mom is a professor, and my dad is a senior engineer. There has been an insult to our honor. Since they are accessible on bail and acting aggressively, we are in danger. Goel tweeted, “Please guide me?”
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Ashamed to acknowledge that this is me & my parents who were being thrashed in broad daylight. I want to take up the case against Harjap Singh under section 509 of IPC. Ikjot, Kudrat & Harmeet Kaur were equally a part of this crime. I am helpless. https://t.co/q6qNE7MjBS
— Kaushiki Goel (@GoelKaushiki) July 27, 2023
A Sikh man fights with his neighbors over a parking spot.
The man in the turban can be seen repeatedly hitting the other man with a stick in the footage, despite the best efforts of his female friend to protect him. The woman in pink is pushed and verbally abused by two women who are with the Sikh man.
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After a case was filed against the Singhs, police arrested Daljeet and his son Haarjap and placed them in judicial custody. The three women’s requests for anticipatory bail were denied twice.
According to the report, the Delhi High Court granted one temporary protection, while the other two were taken into judicial custody.