Viral Video: Villager Pelted With Stones For Building A Home On Government-Owned Land
A government official was recently involved in a fight with a villager from Shivpuri, Madhya Pradesh. Have you watched the viral video yet?
People have frequently witnessed several clips of gruesome brutality that has been captured by mere onlookers of horrifying fights. Such videos often end up making endless rounds of the internet when people share them with friends, family, colleagues and others. Recently, a video of a very angry man trying to pelt a villager with stones in the district of Shivpuri, Madhya Pradesh went viral.
Watch the video here:
A video of a bunch of people involved in a rather raging fight took the internet by storm recently. Seen in the video are a bunch of grown men, some of them carrying around brick pieces and stones to hit their target. In a rather chaotic video, we witnessed a government official putting up a very dangerous fight against a villager. The governmental Assistant Secretary was targeting the villager for a punishable offence he committed the former wanted to be reversed. The villager had built himself a house illegally on the lands owned by the government in Sirsona, Madhya Pradesh. The secretary’s rage and fury were originating from his intention of making the villager vacate the house and demolishing the house to the land that belonged to the government.
The video showcased a fight that could have potentially turned into something extremely brutal. Such fights also tend to escalate very quickly due to the ever-increasing anger inside one’s mind in such situations. While others were seen trying to bring the physical fight to a halt, the government official appeared to be unstoppable for quite a while. From picking up huge brick pieces to running after the villager only to hit him, he did it all in his fury. However, it is now being believed that both the parties were eventually calmed down, after which a serious and long discussion took place on the matter, in a calmer manner. The villager and the Assistant Secretary, Mr. Manohar Lodhi, were made to converse on the matter more peacefully later.