Beaten in naked state, tortured with electric shock to private parts... 3 car dealers kidnapped, brutally assaulted in Karnataka

The arrested kidnappers have been identified as Imran Patel, Mohammad Matheen alias Steel Matheen, Mohammad Zia Ul Hussain, Mohammad Afzal Shaikh, Hussain Shaikh, Ramesh and Sagar.

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Kidnapper in Karnataka Kalaburagi district subjected three car dealers to electric shock torture on their private parts. The kidnappers adminstered electric shocks to the men's private parts while they were naked, and these disturbing videos went viral on social media. Till now, police have arrested seven people for brutally torturing three kidnapped used car dealers. 

What they did? 

The accused held the victims captive in an isolated location, physically assaulting them with sticks and pressuring them for money. They inflicted further torment by demanding additional funds from the victims. 

Identification of kidnappers

The arrested kidnappers have been identified as Imran Patel, Mohammad Matheen alias Steel Matheen, Mohammad Zia Ul Hussain, Mohammad Afzal Shaikh, Hussain Shaikh, Ramesh and Sagar. All of them are part of a big gang. The victims had lodged a complaint at the University Police Station in Kalaburagi on May 5 at 9:30 pm. It was alleged that on May 4, he was kidnapped by the accused on the pretext of test driving a second-hand car.

Police arrested kidnappers

After this, the accused took all three hostage to a deserted place and attacked them with sticks. After this he demanded money. The accused beat up the victims fiercely while demanding money. Based on the complaint, the police registered a case against the accused under IPC 1860 (U/s-365,342,364A,504,326,307,395,506,149) and started investigation.

Giving information in the matter, the police said that some videos of some people being beaten in a naked state are going viral in Kalaburagi city. In this regard, an FIR has been registered at the University Police Station on 5/5/2024 and 7 accused have been arrested. Further action is being taken.