Nigerian national Kenneth Igbinosa, a local priest, told NDTV he was hit with a cricket bat by a group of men as he returned home with his wife and four-month-old son on Thursday.
Another two people also alleged they were beaten with cricket bats, NDTV added.
The attacks come less than a week after a Congolese teacher was bludgeoned to death after an argument over hiring an auto-rickshaw taxi.
Police had registered a case of rioting and detectives were investigating whether the attacks were “racially motivated”.
In 2009, India blamed Australia and called them racist for similar incidents. India blamed Australia for not taking appropriate actions and many believe now India itself is doing the same.
Many Indians are now taking it on twitter to show their rage against the Indian government for not taking responsibility, not making arrests and for calling it just some random attacks part of riots.
When Indians suffer racist attacks abroad, we outrage. When an African national is killed brutally, no tears for him? No Atithi Devo Bhava?
— Chirpy Says (@IndianPrism) May 21, 2016
Indian media must focus equally on racist attacks, be it Australia or in India on African students and also students from the north east.
— Saptarshi Banerjee (@sap2smart4u) January 14, 2010
Attacks on African women and men seem so frequent in India. This is crazy. African heads of state and ambassadors need to speak up.
— Asia Leeds (@AsiaLeeds) February 5, 2016