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Cops not named in Alwar chargesheet

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Published : Sep 9, 2018, 12:39 am IST
Updated : Sep 9, 2018, 12:39 am IST

Though, he had denied that he was beaten in the police station as the cow vigilantes made accused in the case had alleged.

Gulab Chand Kataria
 Gulab Chand Kataria

Jaipur: Seven weeks after Rakbar Khan was killed, police in Alwar district has filed chargesheet albeit contrary to home minister Gulab Chand Kataria who had said that Rakbar had died in police custody, the chargesheet claims that he was killed by mob and does not mention role of policemen in his death.

31-year old Rakbar Khan died in the wee hours on July 21, after being severely beaten by a group of cow vigilantes in Lalawandi village who suspected him of smuggling cows.

Later, when it was revealed that the policemen stopped for having tea instead of taking him to hospital and then he was kept him in police station for hours as they first went to deliver cows to Gaushala, home minister Kataria during visit of the spot had said that Rakbar Khan had died in police custody.

Though, he had denied that he was beaten in the police station as the cow vigilantes made accused in the case had alleged.

Tags: cow vigilantes, gulab chand kataria, smuggling cows