Bengaluru, Feb 3: The horrific incident took place in the sub-urban part of the would remind the 21-year-old Tanzanian woman for her entire life. The Tanzanian student claims to have been assaulted, stripped and humiliated by the mob who burnt down the car as she was misunderstood of involved in committing an accident. However, the legal adviser had quashed all reports of the students involved in the accident.

Speaking to the media about the psychological situation of the foreign students, Legal adviser of All African Students Union, Bosco Kaweesi said, “They saw the mob attacking the guy who had caused the accident, the girl had no connection with him. This girl arrived at the spot 30 minutes after the accident from a different route.” Adding more on the ill-treatment and the inaction, Kaweesi said, “The situation is still not safe for these students. Driver who caused accident was already in hands of mob and police, why did police ask this group to get that guy?”

This girl arrived at the spot 30 mins after the accident from a diff route: Bosco Kaweesi (Legal Adviser, All African Students Union)

They saw the mob attacking the guy who had caused the accident, the girl had no connection with him- Bosco Kaweesi

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