Indian Daughter beats Shopkeeper for assaulting Father

In a viral video, an Indian daughter from Madhya Pradesh beat up a shopkeeper after he assaulted her elderly father.

Indian Daughter Beats Shopkeeper for Assaulting Father

The unnamed woman became extremely angry

An Indian daughter has beaten up a shopkeeper after he assaulted her elderly father following a dispute over a Rs. 5 (5p) cup of tea.

Tej Singh Prahar had been drinking tea at a local shop by a highway situated in the Dinara town of Shivpuri, Madhya Pradesh.

He said that he had paid the owner, known as Bhura, what he owed but was told that he hadn’t, leading to a misunderstanding.

This soon led to a violent confrontation between the two men, which allegedly ended with Bhura beating up his elderly customer.

After Prahar returned back home, he told his daughter about the incident which had just occurred.

The unnamed woman became extremely angry and went to the shop armed with a stick which she used to beat the shopkeeper up.

A video that was taken by someone at the scene shows her initially striking his legs before he tries to stop her and grab the stick.

However, she backs away and appears to shout at Bhura before slapping him across the face and backing away a little bit more.

It then seems as though the shopkeeper tries to retaliate but a group of men, possibly customers at the tea shop, keep them apart.

Indian Daughter Beats Shopkeeper for Assaulting Father

They hold on to Bhura by his hair as the woman slaps him and hits him with the stick one more time during the now-viral clip.

However, one of the men appears to ask her to stop while another cleans her face with a cloth.

He then appears to grab onto her wrist for some time to stop her from hitting Bhuta again.

It comes after a similar viral video of an Indian woman beating two men emerged from Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh in July 2021.

It was reported that a cab driver had been driving recklessly and had almost run over her while she was crossing the road.

After Saadat Ali Siddiqui stopped his vehicle, the young woman angrily confronted him and allegedly pulled him out of the taxi.

She was seen repeatedly slapping him in front of gathered onlookers while the driver is heard denying the allegations and saying:

“She grabbed my phone from the car and smashed it into pieces.

“She also broke the car’s side mirrors.”

The 45-second clip also sees her hitting another man at the end as someone says “don’t touch me”.

It is not known if the shopkeeper has to be treated for any injuries after being beaten up by the man’s daughter.

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