By Jennifer Newton for MailOnline. The devastated mother of an alleged rapist who was dragged from a prison by an angry Indian mob and stripped naked through the street refuses to accept her son was a rapist. Zubaida Khan, 60, cannot accept her son is now dead after a mob broke into a prison and dragged him out to be beaten on the streets. It comes as police arrested 18 people in Nagaland state, but it was unclear if they were directly involved in the killing of Syed Faird Khan, also known as Sharif, whose body was then strung up to a clock tower on Thursday. Scroll down for video. Khan's mother Zubaida Begum and his brother Syed Sarif Uddin Khan comfort each other after hearing of his death by lynch mob. Khan, 60, cannot accept her son is now dead after a mob broke into a prison and dragged him out to be beaten on the streets.
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