Akbar Khan lynched on suspicion of cow smuggling

Akbar Khan lynched on suspicion of cow smuggling

The villagers had spotted the two men allegedly trying to transport Cows and began to beat them without seeking an explanation about their deeds and one of them died on the spot.

The police have arrested three "gau rakshaks" in the case till now. The animals have been taken to a gaushala. The other man, Aslam, managed to escape.

The people behind the act suspected Akbar of smuggling cow, a charge that has not been verified.

Khan was rrushed to a government hospital in Ramgarh, where doctors declared him brought dead.

While the FIR, lodged on Saturday morning, states Akbar's age as 28, his date of birth in his Aadhaar card is 1/1/1987, making him 32 years old.

A case has been registered against unidentified people under IPC Section 302, the police officer said. We have issued an advisory and will stop it and the PM himself has spoken on it. But this is not a single incident. Jaise jaise Modiji popular hote jayenge, aisi aisi kuchch ghatnayen is desh mein aatin rahengi. On Akbar's lynching, he said today, " Aisi koi guarantee nahi hai ki humne mrityudand ka kanoon banaya hai to koi kal se mrityudand ka bhaagi nahi banega, koi murder hoga nahi. 2019 ka chunav aa raha hai phir kuchch aayega, kabhi intolerance. In Bihar election it was "Award Wapsi", in Uttar Pradesh election it was mob lynching.

In his dying statement, Rakbar told police that he and his friend Aslam were walking back with two cows they had bought when they came under attack in Ramgarh, with the mob accusing them of being smugglers taking the cattle for slaughter. However, they tried to run away and the mob chased them and caught them.

"We retrieved two cows and sent to a nearby gaushala". The victim is identified as Akbar Khan, was a resident of the Ferozepur Jhirka region in neighboring Haryana.

Two of the four accused —Paramjeet Singh and Dharmendra Yadav
Two of the four accused —Paramjeet Singh and Dharmendra Yadav

After questioning, police arrested Dharmendra Yadav and Paramjeet Singh. "We hope for justice from the government".

In April 2017, Pehlu Khan, a dairy farmer, was lynched allegedly by a group of cow vigilantes while transporting cattle to Haryana.

After the news of this incident came to light, The Chief Minister of Haryana Vasundhara Raje tweeted to condemn the incident.

Union Minister and senior BJP leader Arjun Ram Meghwal sparked a controversy on Saturday, saying the Alwar lynching incident was related to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rising popularity and the more popular he becomes the more such incidents would happen in the country. "Rajasthan was never known for news like these and it pains to read this as a Rajasthani".

"What I can tell you now is that an investigation is ongoing". Such behaviour is certainly abhorrent and despicable - and not characteristic of Rajasthan.

Ashok Gehlot, Congress general secretary termed these incidents as "horrific".

The Rajasthan Police on Monday formed a high-level team to probe the reasons for the alleged delay in taking to the hospital a man who died after being allegedly thrashed by a mob of "gau rakshaks". The Rajasthan government has failed to check such heinous crimes. For the BJP, human life has no value. Criminals guised as vigilantes are roaming freely without fear of law and order.

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