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Jaipur:  Keeping the humanity at bay, a young man named Kaluram (24) was forcibly gave urine to drink in front of a huge crowd. Officials have said that the villagers did this as punishment for allegedly having an affair with a married woman. This incident is on Monday. Sub-inspector of Paladi (M) police station in Sirohi, Pura Ram Dahiya said that an FIR has been lodged against 5 people in this case at Sumerpur police station.

He said, “The team of Paladi (M) and Sumerpur police stations are searching for the accused. While FIR has been registered against 5. There were 13-15 people in the group who harassed the youth, we are also looking for them. ”

Dahiya said that the young man was allegedly having an affair with a married woman, who had been meeting the boy constantly and was also staying at his in-laws’ house.

He confirmed the case and said, “The villagers called the young man to village Bharonda on the pretext of resolving the issue, where he was kidnapped and then a group of people forced him to drink urine. We are investigating this matter. ”

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