In Bihar, man lynched over cattle theft suspicion, 2 others badly injured

In Bihar, man lynched over cattle theft suspicion, 2 others badly injured

A man was lynched and therefore the eyes of 2 others were badly broken over suspicion of bovine thieving at Kadgama village below Shrinagar station of Purnia district in state on Thursday, aforementioned police.

The deceased was known as Shyam Dev Yadav of Araria, aforementioned police.

Locals aforementioned that the 3 drunk persons were caught making an attempt to steal 2 buffaloes that LED to the murder. “Soon when they were caught, villagers thrashed them remorselessly and one among them died whereas 2 others were seriously wounded,” aforementioned a police official, adding, “we somehow managed to bring them to hospital.”

the 2 are  undergoing treatment at Purnia sadar hospital,” aforementioned the police official.

A hospital supply aforementioned, “One of the wounded might lose his vision as his eyes are badly broken. we have a tendency to are attempting our greatest to revive his vision.”

The police say they need started distinguishing the individuals behind the incident. “We have known the culprits and police can before long arrest them,” station officer (SHO) Santosh Kumar Jha aforementioned.

In might 2019, a 50-year-old was crushed to death by a mob in Araria on suspicion of being a stealer. Before that in January a 55-year-old man was viciously crushed to death over suspicion of bovine thieving.

Cattle thieving rampant in Seemanchal

Cattle thieving is rampant in four districts – Katihar, Araria, Kishanganj besides Purnia. A report recently ready by the Kishanganj workplace of Border force (BSF) aforementioned concerning one large integer bovine were either black-market to East Pakistan or sold to many slaughterhouses in Seemanchal.

“Seemanchal people’s economy for the most part lies on bovine rearing and agriculture and that they become furious over bovine thieving,” aforementioned social activist Vijay Kumar Shreevasatava. He prompt ‘better arrangements for slaughterhouses’ and checking bovine importation.


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