Video: BJP Leader’s Son Thrashes Bikers For Not Giving Enough Space To Pass. Father Says This Is Normal

The Logical Indian

September 6th, 2016

Source: english.pradesh18

In a shocking incident, a BJP leader’s son was seen publicly beating two people for not giving their car a pass at Pakahanjur in Kanker, Chhattisgarh.

The incident that took place on Independence day was filmed by a passer-by. The video also went viral across social media platforms.

Munnu is the son of BJP leader Manturam, who was earlier expelled from Congress. In the video, Munnu is seen thrashing two bikers with his accomplices.

As they did not give Munnu the space to pass, he overtook their bike and got them down at Kherkhetta water-reservoir and thrashed them. He also threatened the two victims with dire consequences if they approached the cops.

Manturam said that these things are normal in road rages and the police are free to take any action against his son.

However, no complaint has been registered against Munnu.

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