Another Dies Of Lynching In Alwar
On Friday, a 31yr old man was beaten to death by suspected cow vigilantes in Alwar district of Rajasthan, where three people has already been killed since last year.
Two people suspected involved in killing have been arrested. This incident took place just four days after the Supreme Court ordered the Central and state government to prevent mob lynching and issued directions.
Two men, Rakhbar Khan and Aslam, residents of Kol village in Haryana’s Mewat region where herding two cows when they were stopped in Ramgarh tehsil in Alwar around midnight and were assaulted by a group of men.
“The men accused Khan and Aslam, both of being cow smugglers.While Khan was brutally beaten, Aslam somehow manged to escape,” said Anil Beniwal , superintendent of police. Khan was found lying in a muddy field. He died on his way to Alwar hospital and post motem revealed internal injuries from the beating as his cause of death.
On Saturday, protests were held on Delhi- Alwar highway after taking the deceased’s body from the graveyard. The demanded government job for the wife and prompt action and arrest of the suspects.
“The two accused identified as Dharamendra Yadav and Paramjeet Singh Sardar, were arrested on the basis of testimony by locals. They were associated with the local unit of Shiv Sena and suspected the two to be cow smugglers,” inspector general of police (Jaipur), Hemant Priyadashani said.