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Rajasthan horror: Man kidnapped, forced to drink urine, paraded in woman’s attire

Kidnappers forced the man to drink urine, paraded him around in women’s attire subjecting him to public shame and psychological trauma

Written by  Shefali Kohli -- May 28th 2024 06:58 PM
Rajasthan horror: Man kidnapped, forced to drink urine, paraded in woman’s attire

Rajasthan horror: Man kidnapped, forced to drink urine, paraded in woman’s attire

Rajasthan horror: In a shocking, gruesome and dreadful incident, a man was kidnapped from Madhya Pradesh's Guna district following a dispute and taken to Rajasthan where he was tortured, and subjected to severe humiliation, shedding light on the fact that not only women but men too are vulnerable to such brutal crimes. 

The disturbing incident sent shockwaves through the community and raised serious concerns about safety and human rights in the region.


In a harrowing incident, the kidnappers forced the man to drink urine, a very ugly act of humiliation. Adding to his ordeal, the assailants paraded him around in women’s attire, further subjecting him to public shame and psychological trauma.

The accused also allegedly tonsured the man's head and made him wear a garland of shoes. 

The spine chilling incident unfolded on May 22 and the victim was abducted from Guna. Moreover, the victim was not only subjected to the torture, his video was also recorded and shared on social media while demanding Rs 25 lakh from him.

In a complaint lodged by victim, it has been revealed that a group of 10-12 people abducted the man and transported him in a jeep to Jhalawar and Patan in Rajasthan, where they assaulted him, humiliated him by making him wear a garland of shoes and women's clothes, and forced him to consume urine. 

They captured these acts of cruelty on video and demanded Rs 25 lakh from him. Upon learning of the situation, the police intervened, prompting the accused to release the man on the condition that he pays them Rs 20 lakh within three days.

The FIR has been registered against seven persons under various Indian Penal Code sections, including 506 (criminal intimidation), 365 (kidnapping) and 34 (acts done by several persons in furtherance of a common intention), Singh said.

While cases of violence against women often garner widespread attention and outrage, it is imperative to acknowledge that men, too, are vulnerable to such barbarity


- With inputs from agencies

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