Mob Of 300 Attacks Noida's Mahagun Housing Society

Mob attacks a residential society in Noida after maid is allegedly beaten up

Mob attacks a residential society in Noida after maid is allegedly beaten up

Bibi's family said that when she did not return home on Tuesday, they went to the housing society Mahagun Moderne, located in Noida's Sector 78, with the other villagers on Wednesday.

They mob was demanding that she be returned.

When asked if the maid was held hostage, the SP said, "She was not held hostage".

A report in HT says that the police admitted that the maid was found inside the apartment complex in the morning. The incident took place at around 7 am in the morning. She was finally found in the boot of her employer's auto.

The maid on the other hand said that her employers have got furious as she demanded her salary that was unpaid for two months.

Zohra is a 26-year-old woman who works as a domestic help in Noida.

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A security camera video from another bar shows a group of men chasing down Henderson in the street. Police have reportedly ruled out racism or nationalism as a motive for the attack.

"The protests were in support of a domestic help who was allegedly beaten up by a resident". They ended their protest only after police intervention.

Reportedly, the medical examination of Zohra has shown no signs of injury on her body. "She kept saying that I had stolen money from her, and threatened me that she will lock me inside the house and will not allow me to leave till the amount is recovered", she said.

Next morning a mob broke window panes of their flat and entered their house, Harshu claimed.

Due to scuffle, the residents of the society remained indoors and students were not able to go to school on time.

Following the steps of the Mahagun society, others like Prateek and Hyde Park society in Noida have also decided against employing Bangladeshi people as workers. "If you ear well, live in a decent society, are secular and think that they wont harm you. then you are living in an imaginary world". "We refused to do that and told her we would report the matter to the facility", said a resident, requesting anonymity. We slept assuming the issue was over, but in the morning they came in groups and entered my house by breaking the door glass. "It was terrifying. It's about our lives and I am afraid about the safety of my family and kid", Mitul Sethi, who runs a playschool in the area, said in the statement, NDTV reported.

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