(From Hindustan Times)
A cab driver was allegedly assaulted overnight by a group of African nationals in India’s capital Delhi, police said on Monday, potentially escalating a row over a string of racist attacks that left a Congolese teacher dead in the national capital.
The 51-year-old cab driver, identified only by his first name Nuruddin, was allegedly thrashed by six people including two women following an altercation in the wee hours of Monday near Mehrauli, police said.
Police said the victim with multiple cuts and bruises on his face was taken to AIIMS where he received six stitches. Read More