In excess of 100 individuals have been captured for purportedly pounding the life out of three men in the western Indian territory of Maharashtra.
The episode occurred in Palghar region on Thursday yet a video of the assault became a web sensation on Sunday.
Reports state the men, who were purportedly confused with criminals, were heading off to a memorial service when the crowd hauled them out of their vehicle.
India has been under lockdown since 25 March to control the spread of Covid-19.
Among the dead are two Hindu godmen and their driver.
The viral video shows the crowd lynching the men as police battled to safeguard them. The horde apparently presumed that the men were kid abductors.
Assaults over youngster snatching bits of gossip have occurred in the past in various pieces of the nation.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said that exacting move would be made against the guilty parties.
Previous Maharashtra boss pastor Devendra Fadnavis said the occurrence demonstrated that the administration was not in charge of the lawfulness circumstance in the state.
A few Hindu gatherings have additionally censured the episode and brought up issues over the lockdown gauges in the state.
In the mean time, Maharashtra home pastor Anil Deshmukh said there was nothing collective about the episode.
He included that the people in question and the aggressors had a place with a similar religion. His announcement came after a few posts via web-based networking media attempted to feed strict strains over the assault.