A policeman who tried to impose a coronavirus blockade in India was attacked by religious extremists. They continued to cut off his hands and injured six others.
According to a report by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), the attack took place in the Patiala region of India on Monday, when the police punished the organization for violating locking restrictions.
After attacking the police, these people fled to a nearby village, took refuge in the nearby complex, refused to surrender, and shot at the authorities. The publication added that they came out only after the police finally demanded reinforcement.
The report added that the doctor has re-tied the injured person’s hand and they are now recovering. They said: Doctors, the report added, had reattached the severed hand of the injured personnel who was now on the road to recovery. “The surgery was very complex and challenging but sub-inspector Harjeet Singh was likely to make full recovery,” they said.
Three cases were registered against the accused, including attempted murder, serious bodily harm and assault on civil servants.
After India ’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi expanded the blockade on April 15, all states in India are locked indefinitely. Previously, there were more than 9,000 people nationwide, of which 331 died virus.