Following the India-Pakistan cricket match in the Asia Cup on August 28 in Dubai, tensions flared up in far-away Leicester, United Kingdom between fans of the two teams.
Situation worsened such that violence erupted on the streets of the city between citizens of both the countries.
Even as the two communities came face-to-face, a story has emerged of a Muslim man saving the life of a Hindu man during the riots.
A few days ago, a video went viral on social media in which a group can be seen attacking a person sitting in a white vehicle after surrounding it.
The person sitting in the car was identified as Ram Keshwal.
When bystanders tried to get Ram Keshwal out of the car, Majid Freeman, a Muslim citizen, intervened and said, 'Leave him', and closed the car door again.
During the #LeicesterViolence, Ram was attacked after falsely being accused of trying to run Muslims over. Me and others intervened to stop the attack. Footage later emerged showing how I stepped in. I'm just glad he wasn't seriously injured. (@SkyNews)https://t.co/O6XDMgMXy2 pic.twitter.com/nQshj4y7Jx— Majid Freeman (@Majstar7) September 27, 2022
In this attack, Ram Keshwal suffered a head injury and also received stitches.
According to the British media agency Sky News, after this incident on September 17, a video of Ram Keshwal and Majid Freeman has gone viral in which they can be seen sitting in a cafe.
In the video, Ram Keshwal is saying that he (Majid) saved my life. It is because of them that I am here today.''
Majid also shared the Sky News video on social media and wrote, 'I am glad that he (Ram Keshwal) was not seriously injured in the incident.