Kids have been identified as Abhishek and Sachin. Both are about 12-year-old. While Abhishek has sustained a head injury, Sachin has broken his nose
The Hush Post: In an incident that puts the entire humanity to shame, two minor kids were brutally beaten up by a man for plucking jaamuns from a tree in Ambala. The two children have been admitted to the Civil Hospital in Ambala Cantonment. This shocking incident has come close on the heels of a 12-year-old boy being shot dead by an orchard owner in Bihar over plucking of mangoes from his orchard.
The Ambala victim kids have been identified as Abhishek and Sachin. Both are about 12-year-old. While Abhishek has sustained a head injury, Sachin has broken his nose.
A report on News 18 TV channel said that the innocent kids had climbed up a tree to pluck jaamuns. A man got furious after seeing the boys plucking jaamuns from the tree. He brutally beat up the minor boys with a stick. The boys were beaten up so mercilessly that they fell unconscious and re-gained their consciousness only after being admitted to the hospital.
Speaking to the news channel, the seriously injured children said that they were brutally beaten up by a man with a stick.
With tears rolling down her cheeks Veena, mother of injured child Abhishek, said beating up these innocent kids with such a brutality over such a petty issue is very shocking.
Dr Gagandeep Singh, Medical Officer of the Civil Hospital where these kids have been admitted, said that Abhishek has sustained a serious head injury due to being beaten up.
Till the filing of this report, the police had not been informed about this shocking incident.
Notably, early this week, a 12-year-old boy was shot dead by an orchard owner over a petty issue of alleged theft of mangoes from his orchard. The man allegedly shot the minor boy in his head to stop him from plucking mangoes from his orchard. The shocking incident was reported from Khagaria area of Bihar on Thursday. The victim boy reportedly died on the spot and the orchard owner fled away from the spot.