Bulandshahr violence over cow slaughter: Killed inspector probed Akhlaq case

Bulandshahr violence over cow slaughter: Killed inspector probed Akhlaq case

The inspector, who was hit by a bullet near left eye and suffered head injury during stone-pelting, died of excessive bleeding before reaching the Aurangabad community health centre (CHC), an official said.

Of the 27, at least four are workers and functionaries of right-wing organisations such as Bajrang Dal, the officials said.

Refusing to divulge any specific details of the investigation, ADG (law and order) Anand Kumar said the SIT is doing a thorough probe into the alleged cow slaughter incident as well as the ensuing violence.

Giving details of the chain of events leading to violence, district magistrate Anuj Kumar Jha said that police and senior officials tried to reason with the protesters who had blocked a road but they refused to budge.

"Tension has eased in strife-torn Bulandshahr and efforts are on to ensure there is no trouble in future", he said in Lucknow.

The police have registered a case against 88 persons, of whom 25 have been named.

Cow slaughter suspicion led to violence; police attacked.

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Abhishek said he last spoke to his father when he phoned him to inquire whether he had studied and eaten. The mob lynching of Akhlaq over rumours of cow slaughter and possession of beef in his home had triggered a massive outrage across the country.

NDTV has reported that six of the seven names in the complaint are questionable. My brother has given his life for her. When the police retaliated, a villager was shot and later died from his wound.

Bulandshahr MP Bhola Singh and local MLA Devendra Lodhi, both from the BJP, visited Sumit's family in Chingrawathi.

Police in India are investigating whether a deadly protest over the alleged slaughter of a cow, an animal many Hindus consider sacred, was aimed at sparking religious tension during a Muslim gathering.

Bulandshahr violence: A war of words between the BJP and the opposition parties over Bulandshahr incident has begun, with former chief minister Mayawati accusing the leaders of ruling party of instigating violence in western Uttar Pradesh's district.

Its chief minister Yogi Adityanath, a firebrand Hindu priest turned politician, has pushed for slaughterhouses to be closed and cow shelters to be constructed.

Prashant Kumar said the protestors from Mahaw village and nearby areas pelted stones on the police and indulged in arson, setting ablaze vehicles and Chingarwathi Police Chowki.

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