Two tribals were recently lynched by a mob on suspicion of alleged cow slaughter in a village in Seoni district. Now the investigation of this case has been handed over to the SIT by CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan.
SIT is now going to investigate the mob lynching case of tribal youths of Seoni district in Madhya Pradesh. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has issued instructions in this regard on Saturday morning. The CM has said that the investigation of the case should be started by forming an SIT. He has also directed to remove the entire staff of police station Kurai and outpost Badalpar of the incident area with immediate effect.
Two tribals were recently lynched by a mob on suspicion of alleged cow slaughter in a village in Seoni district, against which protests were held at many places. According to the information, in Simaria village of Kurai police station area of the district, on the intervening night of May 2-3, the tribals were badly injured by a mob on suspicion of cow slaughter. On the morning of May 3, two of these tribals died.
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A huge crowd of people took out rallies from Kachari Chowk, Ganesh Chowk, Chhindwara Chowk and Ambedkar Chowk in the city in protest against this incident. After which this case made headlines across the country. Later people also submitted a memorandum to the officials. In which many demands were included including giving strict punishment to the culprits and giving one crore rupees each to the kin of the dead.
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