A 44-year-old man, Sheikh Zafar, died while trying to save an activist from an angry mob in Mumbai's posh Bandra Kurla Complex area. Police have registered an FIR against five men and 25 unknown people.The deceased sustained heavy injuries when he intervened in a clash between one Syed Mohammad Rafique Chashmawala and a group of men.The violence happened late on Friday, 31 May, when a group of nearly 30 men allegedly beat up Chashmawala, who posted videos on Facebook about the alleged builders' mafia in the area, accusing the local corporator of being involved in what he called ‘irregularities’."The incident took place around 11 pm on Friday. Complainant Mohd Rafique Chashmawala has been posting videos (on Facebook) for last two years, in which he speaks about irregularities by builders in the area and role of corporator in it. On Friday, corporator's husband Shalim Qureshi went to Rafique's house and the duo started fighting," said Kalpana Gadekar, a senior police Inspector.Zafar, who tried to stop the altercation, suffered injuries to his head and died later, police added.According to Rafique, the local corporator's husband Shalim Qureshi, along with 30 men, came to beat him after he posted a video on Friday."After I returned from the mosque, Qureshi came along with 30 people and started beating me. Zafar came to my rescue but they started beating him also," he said.Zafar's body has been sent for a postmortem. Further investigation in the matter is underway.(With inputs from ANI)Mob Attacks & Persecution: Multiple Incidents in Week 1 of NDA 2.0 We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.