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THE VICTIM OF 2017 ALWAR MOB LYNCHING WAS AWARDED BY A CHARGE SHEET AFTER 2 YEARS OF HIS DEATH: PEHLU KHAN

Two years ago, Pehlu Khan, who was killed in the sensational Mob Lynching at Alwar in Rajasthan,Police was chargesheeted by Police alleging the deceased as a cow smuggler.

–By Anjan Kumar Samal

  The Charge sheet also filed  against both sons of Pehlu Khan including the truck operator. When this matter came to lime light, the Congress government of the state and Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot clarified that the charge sheet was based on the investigation done by the Rajasthan Police which was particularly done under the instruction of the then BJP government before 2 years. The Charge sheet looks something has been lapsed and the Government soon will look into the matter as urged by the present Chief Minister of Rajasthan.

In the mean time ,AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Qwaisi alleged that congress is the copy of BJP with party’s double Character.

“When this unfortunate Mob Lynching led death had occurred ,the Congress Party had condemned this incident very badly  and now charge sheet has been filled.” alleged by AIMIM Chief.

On this, CM Gahlot said ,” there has been no change in the Congress stand in matter like mob lynching. Such elements, who break the law, kill in the name of the cow … we are not going to leave such people, no matter who they are”.

 At the same time, BJP’s local leader and former legislator, Gyanadev Ahuja, alleged that Pehlu Khan was habitual criminal. His brother, son and other relatives were also involved in the crime.

In the meantime, the Pehlu Khan’s son urged,” in front of our eyes, my father was killed, now we have been chargesheeted by the Rajasthan Police. We have some faith on Congress but this party is also same like BJP”.

But the SP of Alwar said that the charge sheet has not been filed against the Pehlu Khan as he has died.

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