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India school allegedly hires 30 men to beat up a Nigerian student for breaking school’s rule

A Nigerian student, identified as Ibrahim Diaby Muhammed, has been hospitalized after his school, Roorkee Institute of Technology in Uttarakhand, India, allegedly hired 30 men to beat him up for breaking the school’s rule.
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According to a source, Ibrahim sustained an head injury as a result of the beating he received, and he is said to be in a critical condition.
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Narrating what transpired, the source said, “The school requires every student to take an outpass all the time, especially during this pandemic, in order to know who goes out and comes in to prevent the spread of corona virus.
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The school kept us on lockdown for 4 months which was at first understandable but they eventually stopped providing our necessities.
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Ibrahim went out with a friend to buy some food stuff and toiletries. They were disinfected and tested for the virus which came out negative.
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The matter was settled amicably and everything was fine until the early hours of today when 30 men stormed the hostel to beat him up.
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“The men were hired by the school management from a certain security company.”

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India school allegedly hires 30 men to beat up a Nigerian student for breaking school’s rule . . A Nigerian student, identified as Ibrahim Diaby Muhammed, has been hospitalized after his school, Roorkee Institute of Technology in Uttarakhand, India, allegedly hired 30 men to beat him up for breaking the school’s rule. . . According to a source, Ibrahim sustained an head injury as a result of the beating he received, and he is said to be in a critical condition. . . Narrating what transpired, the source said, “The school requires every student to take an outpass all the time, especially during this pandemic, in order to know who goes out and comes in to prevent the spread of corona virus. . . The school kept us on lockdown for 4 months which was at first understandable but they eventually stopped providing our necessities. . . Ibrahim went out with a friend to buy some food stuff and toiletries. They were disinfected and tested for the virus which came out negative. . . The matter was settled amicably and everything was fine until the early hours of today when 30 men stormed the hostel to beat him up. . . “The men were hired by the school management from a certain security company.” [Swipe]

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