Imran Khan, a Muslim resident of Delhi, shows CBS News photos of the head injuries he sustained when attacked by a Hindu mob during clashes in the Indian capital city, as he sits on a bed in a camp for displaced people in Delhi’s Mustafabad neighborhood, March 9, 2020. CBS/Arshad R. Zargar New Delhi — Imran Khan, a 30-year-old laborer, was walking home on February 24 after a hard day’s work when a mob in northeast Delhi intercepted him.  “They first asked my name to find out if I was a Hindu or a Muslim,” he told CBS News. As soon as he said his name, which is common among south Asian Muslims, he says they started hitting him with sticks and iron rods. “I tried to reason with them but they didn’t listen. They laughed while some of them ate the fruits I was carrying home for children.” Khan was beaten so badly he lost consciousness. When he came to, he found himself in a drainage ditch, half submerged in filthy water, with a rope tied around his neck.   “Perhaps they thought I was dead and threw me in the drain,” he told CBS News at a relief camp in


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