A Sikh Young Boy Beaten Up in The USA, Tweeted By Sushma Swaraj


Recently a Sikh young boy assaulted in the (USA) the United States of America. As we have information the 14 years old boy was attacked by the classmate, in the vicinity of Kentridge high school. The incident was recorded in the CC footage and shared the images. The photos are being viral on the Internet. The video shows that the classmate of the Sikh boy follows behind him. Beating Sikh boy and knocking him to the ground then the boy continuously punches the victim Sikh boy. The Sikh boy tries to protect himself and tries to go away from his classmate. Victim’s father says that his son was targeted in the classroom because of he is Indian and also Sikh heritage.

sikh boy assaulted in USA

External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj asks the Indian Embassy in the USA. To report the alleged assault on a Sikh teenager Washington. She says I have seen news reports about the beating of the Sikh boy in the USA. I have asked the Indian Embassy in the US send me a report on the incident. The Indian government has taken this incident very seriously. Asked to submit the report as soon as possible.

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