Uttar Pradesh : German traveler Invaded few days after Swiss Couple was attacked

German traveler Invaded Swiss Couple attacked
German traveler Invaded Swiss Couple attacked
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German traveler Invaded Swiss Couple attacked

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On Saturday, Holger Eric German national, was attacked at Rovertsgani railway station. He was aiming to visit the Agori Fort, in Sonbhadra.

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A  German national, was invaded purportedly by a railway man in Sonbhadra district. The accused man is known to be a railway contractor in the eastern part of the state. The incident took place just two weeks after the Swiss couple was mercilessly beaten in Uttar Pradesh.

At the Robertsganj railway station, Holger Ereek, who had appeared in Sonbhadra to visit the Agori Fort, was invaded. The accused person, Aman Kumar claims that when he greeted him he was first beaten by the German tourist.
Kumar alleged “I am innocent… the German national punched me when I said ‘welcome to India’ to him. He even spit on me,”.

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Ignoring to media, Holger Ereek, who has maintained minor injuries, said, “India have rules… the Supreme Court says privacy is a fundamental law. So please don’t disturb my privacy. I am here to launch an FIR and that’s it”.

“It was simply a squabble, it is not a serious incident,” Ram Pratap Singh, Superintendent of Police, Sonbhadra, told NDTV.

German traveler Invaded Swiss Couple attacked

Back in October, near Agra, a Swiss tourist couple was attacked last month, flashing all over the place atrocity. A group chased the couple from a railway station in Fatehpur Sikri, the popular tourist destination right next to Agra. Quentin Jeremy Clerc, 24, suffered a fractured skull and may have partial hearing loss, while his girlfriend Marie Droxz had a broken arm after they were hit with sticks and stones by a group.

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Injured couple remained laying on the road when the spectator made videos and photos on their cell phones.

During his visit to the Taj Mahal, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who was found leaving to face serious questions about safety in his state. Sushma Swaraj, External Affairs Minister and KJ Alphons, Tourism Minister wrote him about the incident.

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