German national entered into an altercation at UP Railway station

Vastavam web: A German national and a railway employee entered into an altercation at the Robertsganj railway station in Sonbhadra district after which both filed complaints against each other, police said today.The railway employee alleged that he had greeted Holger Erik Misch by saying “welcome to India”, when the German hit him.Misch and railway supervisor Aman Kumar entered into an altercation and fought with each other yesterday at around 1 pm at platform number one of the Robertsganj railway station, a senior police official said in Lucknow.
“According to reports, the railway supervisor enquired the German national about his well being, which angered him.The German hit the railway employee, who might have pushed him in retaliation. Based on the complaints of the two, non- cognisable reports have been registered. Their medical examination has been conducted,” ADG (Law and Order) Anand Kumar told reporters in Lucknow.Earlier, on October 22, two tourists from Switzerland, Quentin Jeremy Clerc (24) and Marie Droz (24), were chased and attacked with stones and sticks by a group of five youths in Fatehpur Sikri, triggering widespread outrage.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj had sought a report from the UP government on the attack. Union Minister of State for Tourism K J Alphons had dashed off a letter to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, saying the incident could have a negative impact on the image of the country.The couple were offered a free stay in a 5-star hotel in the national capital as a “token of concern” by Alphons.”Earlier in Agra and now in Sonbhadara. The situation is the same everywhere. It’s a big achievement on the tourism front that the pride and lives of foreign tourists are in danger. This is Yogi (Adityanath) government,” SP spokesman Sunil Singh Sajan said.BJP spokesman Shalabh Mani Tripathi said that the incident was unnecessarily “hyped” by the opposition.