Delhi Doctor was allegedly beaten to death by a group of around 15 persons including at least four juveniles, following a dispute over a Ball hitting the Scooter when Doctor and his son were playing Cricket after India Vs Bangladesh Cricket Match. Over a such Minor Issue the person who was driving scooter called for Help and then they beaten the Doctor to Death. The victim was identified as Dr Pankaj Narang, who lived with his wife and son in west Delhi’s Vikaspuri area. But what has enraged Twitterati- Rajdeep Sardesai’s Comment.
Update May be it is Social Media Manipulation —
How is this different from Dadri?
How is this different from Dadri?https://t.co/YaZ6hJXo1A
— अतुल (@amz360) March 25, 2016
Delhi Doctor allegedly beaten to death by a group of around 15 persons, following a dispute
— TIMES NOW (@TimesNow) March 25, 2016
They beat doctor with Hockey Stick, Bat and Rock, and even onlookers were reported saying that doctor was dragged from House.
Now questions are being Raised at Social Media over Nature of Scuffle, were it communally charged as Assailants were allegedly from a Specific Community.
So When Rajdeep Sardesai who famously Branded Dadri as Intolerant Indian’s Incident commented “Only social media sickos will give a horrific road rage killing a communal hue: go chk with cops. And stop this sickness.” then users at Social Media blasted him for His famed hypocrisy.
When victim is hindu ,dont give communal color. else we should make it a dadri.scik and bigoted.trash upbringing https://t.co/dNamUnqf1X
— Raizo (@_cryptanon) March 25, 2016
Only “Eminent” Journos wil give a horrific Dadri incident a Communal hue,go do some soul searching and Stop sickness https://t.co/ZNVdfFp36d
— ks (@imksaurabh) March 25, 2016
Dentist Killed by Muslim mob in Delhi, Vikaspuri is Road Rage.
Dadri was Communal, Hindu Taliban, Intolerant, Award Wapsi.
Shame on Media.
— Anshul Saxena (@AskAnshul) March 25, 2016
Media covered Dadri Lynching because it was national issue but not this one ..#Hypocrisy pic.twitter.com/Aeg5xmHHh3
— Ravinder Sangwan ™ (@Shanknaad) March 25, 2016