Nagpur (Maharashtra): A man, whose identity is yet to be disclosed, has been beaten up by locals in Nagpur's Bharsingi area on suspicion of carrying beef. The incident reportedly took place on Wednesday July 12.
Four people have been detained in connection with the case, news agency ANI reported.
In the video which went viral, the victim is seen lying on a road as people mercilessly beat him.
The latest incident in Nagpur adds to the long list of such unprovoked attack on people accused of carrying beef across the country.
In June last, Junaid Khan - a 16-year-old Muslim who was a Hafiz, was lynched and his brothers and cousins were mercilessly beaten up in a running train.
Thousands of people took to the streets across India to protest against the targeted killing of Muslims.
Following the protests titled as "#NotInMyName", prime minister Modi issued statement saying such attacks were not acceptable.
Activists however said a mere statement by prime minister was not enough and he should take stern actions against the culprits.