A 23-year old man named Faizan died of his injuries after he was severely beaten by Delhi Police during the riots.
Faizan along with five other men was beaten up on street and just after, they were forced to sing India's national anthem while lying in blood. The incident took place during the four days of unprecedented violence over the citizenship law in a part of Delhi.
The video of this incident went viral which showed few policemen were forcing the men to sing national anthem after they were injured and bloods were spilled, reports NDTV.
One of them was Faizan, who was taken by the police and his family didn't know his whereabouts for past few days.
"Faizan and the others were beaten up badly. He was beaten with iron rods. His legs were broken. His entire body had turned black because of the beatings. First, he was beaten up on the road. They (the police) must have taken him away. But I don't know about that," said Faizan's mother.
But he was returned by the Delhi police when he was almost on the verge of dying. After that, he was declared dead on February 27 at Delhi's Guru Teg Bahadur (GTB) Hospital.