The investigation into the demise of a person accused of illegally transporting cattle has hit a roadblock with police from Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan every passing the buck to the opposite. The man, who was one in every of three accused of transferring the animals unlawfully, was allegedly killed by a mob on the border between the 2 states.
The cops in Rajasthan have mentioned the mob from UP’s Mathura crossed the border into their state close to Jurhera city. Their counterparts in UP have claimed that because the incident occurred in Rajasthan, they won’t be conducting any inquiries.
Amid the bureaucratic tussle between the police forces, two of the three males being chased have been injured and admitted to a hospital in Mathura. One of those two has died.
The third, from Uttar Pradesh’s Bulandshahr district, was caught by villagers from Nonera in Rajasthan’s Bharatpur and has been booked by police below related sections. He too has acquired medical assist for accidents.
According to studies the mob was chasing the three males accused of illegally transferring cattle. The mob caught up with two, whom they thrashed and took again with them.
The police in Rajasthan have mentioned the offence started when the mob attacked the three males for transporting cattle inside UP borders. During the chase they crossed the border, the police mentioned, arguing that this makes it a case for the Uttar Pradesh cops.
The automobile during which the mob was chasing the three males – Tata 407, a light-weight business automobile manufactured by Tata Motors – has been seized by Rajasthan Police.
In August final 12 months the Rajasthan Assembly handed a invoice offering life imprisonment and a tremendous of between Rs 1 and Rs 5 lakh for these convicted in circumstances of mob assaults resulting in victims’ deaths.