Mathura/UP: A case of mob lynching has come to light in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh. In which Shera of Bulandshahr has died. And five of his companions are injured. The incident happened on Thursday night. Gau Rakshaks surrounded the Tata 407 vehicle on the information of cow smuggling. According to Mathura’s SP Rural Srishchandra, six cows have been recovered from the vehicle.
Six youths of Bulandshahr were going towards Mewat in Haryana via Aligarh with cows. It is said that the Gau Rakshaks came to know about it. And they became active. When the cow-laden vehicle reached near Tumola village of Kosikalan area of Mathura, it was stopped. Seeing the cows full in the car, a dispute started. In this, Shera has died, while his companions have been seriously injured, who have been admitted to the hospital by the police.
According to police villager Srishchandra, six people of Arnia of Bulandshahr were carrying cows. The police got information that they had a dispute with the villagers. In this a person named Shera has died. At the same time, in the initial information, the reason for Shera’s death is being told due to bullet injury. However, Shera’s companions have been badly beaten up. Due to which his condition is serious.
SP Dehat Sreeschandra has issued a statement regarding the incident. It has been said that the treatment of the injured is going on. And in this case, a case will be registered after taking Tahrir.
Controversy over Aqeel’s death in Bulandshahr
There is already a controversy over the death of Aqeel Qureshi in Bulandshahr. Akil was a meat seller. His family alleges that the police threw him from the roof, due to which he died. And the police is denying it. Shera, who was a victim of mob lynching, is also a resident of Bulandshahr.