After Bangalore, racism in Gurgaon: Two boys from Northeast brutally beaten up After Bangalore, racism in Gurgaon: Two boys from Northeast brutally beaten up - Firstpost In another shameful racist crime in the National Capital region, two youths from Nagaland were beaten up and assaulted by a gang of seven in the Sikanderpur area of Gurgaon. The attack saw the two boys being brutally beaten up by bats and sticks, reports Times Now. According to the news channel, the attack was clearly racially motivated as the attackers told the two boys, "Tell your North-East people to leave Sikanderpur", before letting them go. One of the victims also told the channel, "They said that if we were from Manipur, they would kill us." The latest case comes even as there were new reports that a 26-year-old engineering student from Manipur was beaten up in Bangalore by a group of men who reportedly abused and then attacked him for not speaking Kannada. More details on the incident are awaited.