Alwar lynching: MHA seeks report from Rajasthan Government

Rajnath Singh

New Delhi, July 23: The Ministry Of Home Affairs (MHA) on Monday sought a report from Rajasthan Government over Alwar lynching case. 

The development took place after a delay was reported by the state police in taking the victim to the hospital.

Earlier in a day, Rajasthan DGP OP Galhotra ordered constitution of a team of senior police officials to investigate the case and asked the team to submit a report.

Rakbar Khan alias Akbar, a resident of Haryana and was transporting two cows along with an associate, Aslam Khan, when a group of people allegedly stopped them on Friday. While Rakbar was thrashed on suspicion of cow smuggling and Aslam managed to escape.

Khan told the officers that he and his associate Aslam had purchased the cows from Ladpur and were on their way to their village when they were mistaken for cow smugglers and attacked.

“My limbs are broken,” said Khan covered in mud before collapsing.

On the related note, three persons- Dharmendra Yadav,  Naresh Singh, and Paramjeet Singh have been arrested so far.


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