On 23rd of March, whole India was celebrating the festival of colours,Holi. And the celebration of the festival doubled when India defeated Bangladesh. We all were very happy with the glorious victory of India. But the night turned into a nightmare for a family of Delhi.
Dr. Narang, 42 years old, a resident of Vikaspuri Delhi had decided to celebrate the victory of India by playing cricket. But did he ever imagined that it will be his last night, and he would get killed? Surely not. But it did happen to him. He was playing cricket with his eight-year-old son and a nephew in a small space outside his house. And while playing, the ball allegedly hit two persons passing by on the motorcycle. One of them is identified as Naseer. And the argument followed on between Dr. Narang and the two persons on motor-bike.
After some time, the duo left the spot. Dr. Narang also returned home with kids. However, after some time, the duo returned again and dragged Dr. Narang out of his house and attacked him with bats, sticks and rods. They also thrashed those people who came to his rescue. As per the reports, Naseer’s mother was also encouraging her son to beat Dr. Narang. They all beaten him so badly that it resulted in his death.
A doctor lost his life! A Kid lost his father! A wife lost his husband! A happy family lost the master of the house!
Now, see how the shameless media presstitutes had reacted on Dr Narang’s death. They are so shameless that they called the murder as a road rage killing.
See below what Rajdeep Sardesai had tweeted:
Only social media sickos will give a horrific road rage killing a communal hue: go chk with cops. And stop this sickness.
— Rajdeep Sardesai (@sardesairajdeep) March 25, 2016
Now see what Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has to say on Dr. Narang’s death:
Absolutely shocking. Tried reaching out to the family. They r in a state of shock, not willing to talk to anyone https://t.co/NVgHNsJ2hu
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) March 25, 2016
He was the one who took no time to visit Dadri and Hyderabad to express his condolence for Akhlaq and Rohith Vemula respectively. But in this case, which happened in Delhi itself, he took two days to tweet only. Barkha Dutt didn’t even get time to tweet about it.
Media houses also not highlighted the incident, they just simply claimed it as a road rage killing.
So, after seeing all this, one question that arises in my mind and that I want to ask all these media presstitutes and political vultures that what was Dr. Narang’s fault? Why was he not so important as Akhlaq or Rohith Vemula for you? Why? Is political benefit more important for you all than anyone’s life???