The mob killing of a man in Jharkhand found echo in parliament today as senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad took on the BJP over its "New India" claim. Tabrez Ansari, 24, was tied to a post and beaten for 12 hours after he was accused of stealing a two-wheeler. The police said he died four days later - the family said the police neglected to provide timely treatment. "Never heard of a "new America", "new China" or "new Britain". There can be a modern India, but no New India. Please give us back the Old India," he said amid cheers and applause from opposition members.