The Coimbatore police in Tamil Nadu arrested 4 males, together with a Hindu Munnani member, Monday for allegedly attacking migrant staff close to the The town Corridor space.
The police mentioned the incident took place round 8.30 pm Sunday beneath the boundaries of the Selection Corridor police station.
The police recognized the accused as P Prakash, 21, hooked up to the right-wing Hindu organisation; B Surya alias Murugan, 19, Pragadeesh and Velmurugan.
Coimbatore police commissioner V Balakrishnan mentioned the 4 bike-borne assailants had been drunk and attacked the jewelry staff hailing from West Bengal. The sufferers were within the jewelry trade for 15 years, the police mentioned.
“We registered a case right away after receiving a criticism. We arrested the 4 accused, lodged them in jail and likewise seized their motorcycle,” he mentioned.
The commissioner mentioned the police were in consistent contact with migrant staff and protecting conferences with the employees’ associations. He mentioned they might right away alert the police the usage of the helpline quantity or dialling 100 in case they stumble upon any problems.
The commissioner famous they’d issued a card to the employees’ associations with the title and main points of native law enforcement officials.
Following the incident, staff from different states accumulated in that space resulting in chaos for a while. The police then became up on the spot and dispersed the group. The injured staff had been then supplied first-aid on the executive health facility.
Rumourued assaults on migrant staff in Tamil Nadu were doing the rounds of overdue. A fictitious file about 12 labourers from Bihar being hanged and two outdated movies of clashes falsely attributed as Tamils attacking Hindi-speaking migrant staff in Tamil Nadu had been extensively shared on social media as evidence throughout the recent controversy.
The Tamil Nadu executive ultimate week shaped a five-member nodal team in an effort to coordinate with different states and companies to maintain the rumours relating the security and safety of migrant staff from north India.