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Mob Brutally Attacked Nigerian Students And Accused Them Of Drug Trafficking. Sushma Swaraj Seeks Report

Published on 28 March, 2017 at 7:46 pm By

On Monday morning, a peaceful march for a 16 year-old boy, Manish Khari, turned into a violent racial attack. Manish had reportedly lost his life due to “overdose of drugs”. The local residents of Greater Noida started viciously beating the Nigerian students. They accused them of drug trafficking and cannibalism. Manish’s family, too, suspects that Nigerian students drugged Manish.

Manish was missing since Friday, and when he returned home on Saturday, he was in an unstable state. He started vomiting and complained of chest pain. Immediately, he was taken to the hospital as his condition deteriorated. Unfortunately, he died due to a Cardiac arrest on the same day, seemingly of a drug overdose.


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According to the African community, it is an unfair allegation and a racist attack on them, and they are protesting for the same.

 

 

The Nigerian students shared some barbaric videos through their Facebook community, Association of African Students in India, and it shows how violently they were beaten-up.

 

Mob attacking them in a local mall.


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The victim was severely injured.

 

In an another video, a Nigerian student pointed out his wound.

 

Police have arrested five people who were allegedly involved in this violence.

On the other side, Manish’s family claimed that the boy was seen with five Nigerian students before he disappeared. They have filed the complaint against them, too. Police confiscated their passports, but released them because of lack of evidence.

Abhinandan, Police officer, Greater Noida I, stated that they have found no direct link between Manish and the Nigerian students.

We have registered an FIR based on the complaints filed by victim’s family members. As per our preliminary investigation, we have not found any previous history of victim’s drug addiction. We have also not found any direct link between the victim and the accused. We are still investigating the matter.



 

Sadiq Bello, a Nigerian, feeling victimized by blatant racism, tweeted to Sushma Swaraj for help. Sushma Swaraj, being an active leader, notified this disturbing issue to UP Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath.

 

 

 

 

Meanwhile, the African community on Facebook has requested African students to stay Indoors.


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A violence is never a choice a man should take.

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