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Rajasthan Man lynched on suspicion of being a thief, tension in the area

In Rajasthan ‘s Alwar district, a vegetable vendor was lynched to death on Monday on suspicion of being a thief.

The deceased has been identified as Chiranji Lal Saini, who was allegedly beaten to death by 20-25 people belonging to a particular community. Saini died during treatment in Jaipur.

The incident is being told of Rambas village under Govindgarh police station.The real thieves ran away after leaving the stolen tractor According to media reports, Saini had gone to the fields to defecate at around 4:30 in the morning. During this, thieves were coming stealing a tractor and behind them the tractor owner and the police were engaged.

As soon as the thieves saw the tractor owner and the police behind them, they fled leaving the tractor in the field. Immediately after this, the owner of the tractor reached there with 20-25 people and started beating Saini as a thief.

Saini died during treatment in Jaipur

Hearing the noise, Saini’s family members reached there, after which the accused fled from the spot. The relatives and the police admitted Saini to a hospital in Alwar in a critical condition. From here he was referred to Jaipur , where he died during treatment.

Saini’s family has alleged that the main accused Vikram Khan died due to beating. He has demanded legal action against the accused.

Circumstances tension prevails in the area

Tension prevailed in the area after this incident and angry protesters surrounded Govindgarh police station demanding the arrest of the accused. The son of the deceased has lodged a complaint with the police against the accused.

A police officer said that a complaint has been registered regarding the incident. The deceased had died due to serious injuries. Police is probing the matter.

Rajasthan in headlines due to death of Dalit student

Rajasthan is in the news these days due to the incident of the death of a Dalit student . In fact, in Jalore district here, a Dalit student drank water from a school teacher’s pot. Angered by this, the teacher beat up the student badly. Due to serious injuries, the student was admitted to the hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries.
The police have arrested the accused teacher.

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