In the Seoni area of Madhya Pradesh, two tribals were killed after being beaten by 15-20 people on suspicion of slaughtering cows, police said on Tuesday.
In the present case, the applicant and the Congress of the Opposition Party claimed that the attackers were linked to Bajrang Dal.
The publication with reference to the official reports that a case against 20 people has been initiated in this case so far. The case took place on Monday from 2.30 pm to 3 pm in Simaria under the Kurai police station. A murder case has been opened against six suspects.
Two victims, identified as Sampat Batti and another Dhansa, died when they were taken to the hospital.
Shortly after the incident was reported, a group led by Congressional legislator Arjun Singh Kakodia launched a protest on the Jabalpur-Nagpur highway. In addition, the protest was visited by the head of the Seoni police and other officials. ALSO READ: MMS controversy; Bhojpuri Singer Shilpi Raj’s new video viral
After this happened, the party led by MLA Congress Arjun Singh Kakodia protested on the Jabalpur-Nagpur highway. Seoni SP and other officials also reached protest sites.
Additional SP SK Marawi was quoted as saying: “Two tribals died. It is claimed that 15-20 people reached the victim’s house and started beating her, accusing her of slaughtering cows. Two people were taken to the hospital. Another person died on time and suffered minor injuries. A pathological examination has not been performed yet.”
“A murder case has been registered at the Quarai police station, and police are searching for the accused. Some of the accused are named (in the complaint), while others are unknown. We took into custody 2-3 suspects. About 12 kilograms of meat were found in the house, “Maravi said.
The joint venture said: “A murder case has been registered in the Kurai police department, police are searching for the accused. The names of some of the accused have been registered in the complaint, some are unknown. We have detained 2-3 suspects.” About 12 kg of meat was seized from the victim’s house.
Congress, meanwhile, demanded a high-level investigation into the incident and prompt action against the perpetrators.
Congressional Speaker Kamal Nath wrote on Twitter: “I urge the government to take tough action against the perpetrators, announcing a high-level investigation into the incident. It is necessary to provide all possible assistance to the families of the victims and to organize the treatment of the victim at public expense. “
Nath said relatives of the deceased and locals say Bajrang Dal was involved in the incident.
The former chief minister said data from the NCRB (National Bureau of Crime Registration) showed that the MP was number one among states in crimes against tribals.
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