Bengaluru: Fingers chopped off as revenge for protesting nuisance
We have always been taught never to tolerate any nuisance, but what if it results in loss of a body part? Will it be worth it then? In a recent incident, an 18-year-old Bengaluru-based youth objected to two people creating ruckus using a machete and other lethal weapons. In retaliation, the accused chopped off three of his left-hand fingers using those same weapons.
Mohin Pasha, who works as a mechanic was returning to his home in J J Nagar from his two-wheeler repair shop in Vijay Nagar. Upon reaching Kaveri school, he noticed two youths, identified as Shahid Pasha and Zibran alias Chyna creating nuisance by brandishing weapons. Mohin was joined by Irfan Pasha and the two raised objections. In return, the two accused attacked him brutally.
While Shahid attacked Mohin, Zibran attacked the other victim on his back. "Both the victims are undergoing treatment at Victoria Hospital. On Sunday night, Shahid Pasha was arrested," said an officer of JJ Nagar police station, adding that a case under 307 (Attempt to Murder) of IPC has been registered. The weapons were found from a cemetery in JJ Nagar near Janatha Colony.