CTA Official Beaten in an Argument with Taxi Drivers in Dharamshala

A Tibetan man has reportedly suffered injuries from being beaten by a group of local taxi drivers following a scuffle on late Friday night according to the report published by the Phayul news on Sunday. 

While the investigations are going on, the Tibetan man in being treated at Zonal hospital in Dharamshala. The 48 year old Tibetan man, an official of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) according to the report suffered a scuffle with a group of taxi drivers on late Friday night near the T-Building parking in CTA compound, Dharamshala.

“The man was on his way to pick his wife when he ran into verbal argument with taxi drivers at the parking near T-building in CTA compound, ensuing into a skirmish.” said the Phayul report.

The reported added that according to the victim, the beam of his flashlight hit the group, leading to argument and then into a fight. He said he fell on the ground and was kicked around by the men.

The Tibetan man is reported to have lost his consciousness from the beating. But the group had ran away when the man and his wife came back to look for them. When the victim was taken to Delek hospital on the next morning, the police arrived to begin the investigation.

Criminal Investigation Department (CID) agent, Mr. Balram Rana, said according to the report suspects a lingering resentment from the confrontation weeks ago against the construction of a gate at the Gangkyi entrance. 

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3 thoughts on “CTA Official Beaten in an Argument with Taxi Drivers in Dharamshala

  • December 16, 2018 at 2:06 pm
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    Thanks you India 2018

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    • December 24, 2018 at 4:22 pm
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      They must be punished…

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  • December 18, 2018 at 1:04 am
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    All Tibetan should now BOYCOTT all TAXIs. These Indians drivers have forgotten 1994 when entire Tibetans community boycotted Taxis for 4 month because they threaten to burn down Gangki and Tibetan Government Offices.
    These driver ever left with no money to eat and feed there family and they came back crawling on there knees, and begged for mercy.

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