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Man lynched to death in Haryana's Palwal over suspicion of cattle theft
Haryana put forward another example of 'unending mob lynchings in India'. It seems the vicious circle will never end.

Bahrola village of Palwal district in Haryana is merely 80 km away from the national capital of India.

Three locals attacked a man, for allegedly stealing cattle, on the intervening night of August 2 and 3, and beat him up after tying his hands and legs. The man was beaten to death by Beer Singh, Prakash, and Ram Kishan, the police said.

The police informed that the deceased had allegedly come to steal the cattle with two other people, but his two accomplices managed to flee from the scene. 

After receiving information of the incident, the police reached the spot and took the dead body and sent it to the district hospital for identification and post-mortem.

According to the police, the dead person had marks of multiple injuries in different parts of his body.

According to the investigating officer, when inquired about this, it has come to be known that the thieves, who came to steal buffaloes in the house of Shradhram, were beaten to death by Shradhram’s sons accompanied by some other local people.

The police has been filed a case of murder in the name of accused.

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