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Bihar: Mob lynches 44-year-old man to death over suspicion of cattle theft

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In yet another case of terrifying mob lynching, a 44-year-old man was beaten to death crowd in in Dak Haripur village of Bihar’s Araria district.

The deceased Mahesh Yadav, a resident of another village in the district, was caught hold by locals who alleged that he was trying to steal cattle along with two associates. On receiving information about the matter, police intervened and rushed the victim to Forbesganj referral hospital where he was declared dead.

Going by the reports, Shiv Sharan Sah, Station House Officer, Robertsganj said that the man had been accused  previously of being involved in a number of incidents of cattle theft.

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However, a case has been registered in connection with the lynching and investigations are on.

Mob lynchings have been witnessed in various parts of Bihar over the past few months. Earlier this year, a similar incident was reported from Bihar’s Simarbani village where a 55-year-old man Mohd Kabul was lynched over suspicion of cattle theft.

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