SHOCKING: Two Army Jawans Attacked By Hotel Staff In Baghpat, Over Seven People Arrested As Probe Underway

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In a shocking incident, two Indian Army Jawans were thrashed by employees of a restaurant in Uttar Pradesh's Baghpat. The incident took place on Saturday over a minor argument. As per reports, more than 7 people have been arrested so far in the matter by the Police.

Written By Monica Aggarwal | Mumbai | Updated On:

In a shocking incident, two Indian Army Jawans were thrashed by employees of a restaurant in Uttar Pradesh's Baghpat. The incident took place on Saturday over a minor argument. As per reports, more than 7 people have been arrested so far in the matter by the Police.

The police has said that the two army jawans were having lunch at the restaurant when the incident happened, when an argument broke between the jawans and a person at the restaurant. Amid their argument, the restaurant staff got involved and a fight broke out, the police added.  The police has further stated that a case has been lodged in the matter and over 7 restaurant employees have been arrested, as probe is underway. 

"Two Army jawans were having lunch at a restaurant when they had an argument with a person, then the restaurant staff got involved and a fight broke out. Case registered and 7-8 restaurant employees have been arrested, further probe underway," said Ramnand Kushwaha, Circle Officer.

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Meanwhile, the 56-second-video of the incident is also going viral on social media. The video shows people breaking into a massive scuffle with each other while thrashing the man in green kurta, who is one of the Army jawans, even as other passersby were trying to control them. Things appear to be out of control in the video with a man using stick to beat the jawan. 

Watch the video above.

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