Suspected cow vigilantes lynch muslim man in Rajasthan

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Alwar: A 28-year-old man was lynched by suspected cow vigilantes in Rajasthan’s Alwar district, reports quoting police said on Saturday. Two persons have been arrested.

Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje has condemned the Friday night incident in which some villagers caught and beat up Akbar Khan, suspecting him to be a cow smuggler.

“The incident of alleged lynching of a person transporting bovines in Alwar district is condemnable. Strictest possible action shall be taken against the perpetrators,” Raje tweeted.

Khan, a resident of Mewat in Rajasthan, was transporting the animals to his village along with another man when they were stopped by a group of villagers near Lalawandi village in Alwar.

They were brutally thrashed, the office of Additional Director General Jaipur Range, Ramgarh, received this information at 12.40 a.m.

When the police team reached the spot they found an injured Khan lying in the mud. Two persons were standing there with two cows, ADGP Hemant Priyadarshi told the media. (Agencies)

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