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Delhi man beaten up for singing Himesh's “AAP ki kashish" in a crowded area near Kaushambi

13, Nov 2014 By ajeeb

New Delhi/ Ghaziabad: In an utterly foolish and an inhumane act by certain individuals a Delhi based man, Swaraj, 35, owner of ‘Planet-AK‘, a music retail store that lasted for 49 days, was brutally beaten up for murmuring ‘Aap ki kashish‘, a song that was famous back then in 2006.

“If an honest leader can be slapped in public, who are us then?” questioned, a slim figured man,in a poetic manner.
“If an honest leader can be slapped in public, who are us then?” questioned, a slim figured man,in a poetic manner.

“This guy came out of the East Delhi Mall (EDM) with headphones loaded on him , and was singing Aap ki kashish with a similar pitch as that of Himesh, suddenly some youths circumscribed him and started beating him with all the energy they had.” told an onlooker, Arvind, revealing the incident. “The mob was even further joined by stray dogs and cats, tearing swarajs’ clothes apart,” he added.

Main is mamle ki jaanch chahta hun, abhi hamare desh main insaaf aur imandari mari nahi hai,mujhe insaaf tum log dilaoge ”(This incident is supposed to be investigated, our country still have justice for all, honesty is not yet depraved, You people can avail me equity.), as confirmed by another onlooker, swaraj shouted this, while lying prostrate, in response, begging to the people around him, to help him get justice.

Meanwhile, a complaint has been filed in a police station, as the matter is under investigation, officials are yet to disclose the full report of this incident. “The matter is of grave importance to us,this issue hampers the trust of common people on us,” said, a Sub Inspector, Rohit Phatak.

However, the exact reason for this violent behavior is not yet clarified, if Aam Aadmis (common people), are to be believed the mob was of individuals, who got disappointed by the strategic dramatic closure of the retail shop ‘Planet-AK’, which ahead of its opening gave them so much of hope, for providing quality music.