The Rajasthan State Minorities Commission has taken note of the horrific video taken on 24 April and sought a report from detailing the sequence of events and the action taken by the Ajmer police.
But the person who took the video and posted it online may also get into trouble."This should not be seen as a communal incident. It seems one party was aggrieved and so acted the way they did," the minorities commission chairman Jasbir Singh said.
"However, we will not only take action against the perpetrators but also against persons who made these videos and posted them online... leading to tension between communities," Mr Singh, who heads the panel to protect rights of minorities in the state, told NDTV.
But one of the women in the village felt she had been hypnotised by them.
The villager later took the four to the police and insisted that the police register a case against them. The volunteers from the gurudwara, however, turned down an offer from the police to register a cross-case.
Ajmer district police chief Rajendra Singh said the police had been "apprised of the video that has gone viral" and would investigate it.
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