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Etah, Uttar Pradesh: Arbaz and Aslam arrested for misbehaving with women during Ramleela, 4 escape

The police is reportedly now in the process of investigating the case and is looking for the 4 accused who escaped before they could be arrested.

In a shocking incident, two Muslim youth, Arbaz and Aslam have been arrested for misbehaving with women during Ramleela in Etah, Uttar Pradesh. The Ramleela was being held at the Ramleela grounds in the area. Ramleela is a dramatic enactment of the life of God Kind Lord Ram.

According to a report in Patrika, during the Ramleela show, women of a family who had come to watch the play were misbehaved with. After the incident, there was substantial anger among the people.

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When the incident came to light, the audience members called the police. The police arrested two Muslim youth, Arbaz and Aslam. While the two perpetrators have been arrested, reportedly, 4 others managed to escape.

In a video posted by Patrika, one can see one of the accused being taken away by the police on a bike, sitting in between two policemen. The audience members can be seen questioning the accused in anger.

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Later, another youth who had come to watch the Ramleela testifies that there were 6 boys who had indeed misbehaved with women and thereafter, the police was called. “Kuch 5-6 ladke aaye the aur wo chedkhaani kar rahe the, wo Mohammadan ladke the, 2 logon ko padka hai” (There were some 5-6 Muslim boys who were misbehaving with women, two have been arrested).

The police is reportedly now in the process of investigating the case and is looking for the 4 accused who escaped before they could be arrested.

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