Spanish Couple Manhandled by Drunk Men in Pushkar

The police has launched a manhunt to nab the miscreants who are still at large.

Published: 05th April 2016 04:22 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th April 2016 10:22 AM   |  A+A-


AJMER: A Spanish couple was allegedly beaten up by a group of drunk men in a tourist spot near Ajmer in Rajasthan on Monday evening.

According to reports, the couple had rented a bike and were on their way to Ajaypal, situated on the back side of the Taragarh hills, when the incident took place. The woman was molested while the male tourist's head was injured after he was attacked with a stone.

“They came here from Pushkar. At around 5 pm, they were attacked by some men, who were consuming liquor. One of the drunk men even tried to hold hands of one of the tourists... One person got injured,” Superintendent of Police (SP) Nitin Deep told reporters here.

The miscreants later fled the spot when the woman reportedly called up the owner of the hotel they were staying in. The owner arrived at the spot a little while later and took the couple to a hospital in Ajmer.

The police has launched a manhunt to nab the miscreants who are still at large.

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