A couple was beaten in the Kolkata metro, pushed out and after that beaten by some group of people allegedly in light of the fact that they were “standing too close” and hugging each other.

In pictures taken from a cell phone late on Monday night, the lady is seen trying to shield the man with her body as a group of men hit him, kicked and even punched him.

The assault began around 10 pm inside a train where

A few was hassled on the Kolkata metro, pushed out and after that whipped by a swarm professedly in light of the fact that they were “standing excessively close” and embracing each other.

In pictures taken from a cell phone late on Monday night, the lady is seen attempting to shield the man with her body as a gathering of men hit him, kicked and punched him.

The assault began around 10 pm inside a coach where passengers questioned the couple’s “PDA” and began abusing them.

At the point when a station went along – the Dum Dum metro station – the couple was pushed out and beaten by the group that included moderately aged and elderly passengers.

Witnesses say both were beaten until the point that some more travellers from another train coach came in and dragged the man to safety.

Photographs of the occurrence were shared on the web and reached the office of Metro Rail. The authorities say they are inspecting extra footage to build up what happened, the attackers and why no railway police intervened .

No official complaint has been filed with the Metro up until this point.

Some say open expression of love isn’t adequate, other Metro passengers say it is commonplace and frequently individuals don’t bother the couples. However, once some person passes a remark or makes an insulting comment, a crowd outlook appears to take control.

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