The victim who belongs to the Dalit community was rushed to the hospital where he succumbed to severe head injuries incurred during the assault.
Live Updates: 11:30 AM 29% voter turnout by 11 AM 9:30 AM Voting underway for Ramgarh Assembly Bypolls Rajasthan: The voting for by-poll elections for Ramgarh constituency started Monday morning. The elections could not take place on December 7 along with the state due to the death of BSP candidate[Read More…]
Lakshman Singh, the 62-year-old Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) candidate from Ramgarh seat of Alwar district passed away of heart attack in early hours on Thursday, November 29. Singh was among the six candidates announced by the BSP last month in its second list for the December assembly elections. After his death, assembly[Read More…]
Jaipur: Unidentified assailants on Saturday opened fire at a car in which Rajasthan lynching victim Pehlu Khan’s son Irshad, and other key witnesses in the 2017 case were going, officials said. Pehlu Khan’s son and others were on their way to a court in Rajasthan’s Behrod for a hearing. Pehlu[Read More…]
Alwar: Falahari baba, a self-styled godman from Rajasthan, was sentenced to life on Wednesday by Alwar’s Additional District and Sessions judge Rajendra Sharma for raping a female student from Chhattisgarh. According to information, the baba was arrested on September 23, 2017, after the victim accused him of sexually assaulting her[Read More…]
Parliament Monsoon Session 2018 begins with opposition roaring over several issues including mob lynchings in the name of cow vigilantism. The Rajasthan police is being accused of delaying in taking the 28 years old Rakbar Khan to the hospital that was just six kilometres from the crime spot. One would[Read More…]
A 28 year old Haryana resident was allegedly beaten to death by the mob in Ramgarh, Rajasthan, on suspicion of cow smuggling. According to reports, the man, identified as Akbar Khan, accompanied by another man, was taking two cows to their village in Haryana through a forest area near Lalawandi[Read More…]
Jaipur: In a spectacular showing, the Congress on Thursday raced ahead of the BJP in the Lok Sabha constituencies of Ajmer and Alwar and the Mandalgarh Assembly seat in Rajasthan where by-elections took place on Monday. Congress candidates led from the beginning in both the Lok Sabha seats and edged past[Read More…]
A minority community member was shot dead allegedly by cow vigilantes in Govindgarh in Alwar district in Rajasthan on the suspicion of cow smuggling. Another person was injured in the incident, informed sources said on Sunday. Although police remained tight-lipped about the incident, sources close to the deceased’s family told[Read More…]
What is happening in the country today is one question that goes back to the creation of a strong, Hindu Rashtra post the 1947 moment of violence that erupted on the border of India and Pakistan. Evidently, the “pain and struggle” for carving a monolithic Brahmanical, pure entity out of[Read More…]
‘Intolerance’ – there’s no denying that it exists in India at present, but then it is no surprise that the very same intolerance is missing on the fronts where it is needed the most. India needs to be intolerant towards minority suppression There was a time when the previous[Read More…]
Controversial Hindu leader Sadhvi Kamal equated the self proclaimed cow vigilantes who were accused of lynching a Muslim dairy farmer in Rajasthan’s Alwar to freedom fighters such as Bhagat Singh or Chandrasekhar Azad and called them future heroes. “When Bhagat Singh and Chandrashekhar Azad went to jail, then they were[Read More…]
The family of Pehlu Khan has been claiming that they had the valid documents for the transit of the cattle. However this claim has been rejected by the Home Minister.
Calling the Alwar lynching case as a painful incident, National Human Rights Commission on Friday issued notices to the Centre and the Rajasthan government for the ‘serious violation’ of human rights by ‘self proclaimed’ volunteers. The commission has asked for a detailed report of the matter and also enquired about the[Read More…]
The five men who were beaten up by gau rakshaks on Jaipur-Delhi highway near Behror on Saturday had valid permits for transport of cows and calves, said a family member of one of the injured men. “My brother bought three cows for Rs 75,000 from an animal flea market in[Read More…]