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The accused in the Junaid-Nasir murder case, works as informers for the Haryana Police

Bhiwandi Killing: The charred bodies of Naseer and Junaid alias Junaid, residents of Ghatmika village in Rajasthan’s Bharatpur district, were found in a burnt car on February 16 at Bhiwani, Haryana. In this case, the family members of the deceased had alleged that they were killed after being abducted by cow vigilantes. Now new information […]

Edited By : Aditya Singh | Updated: Feb 22, 2023 11:09 IST
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Bhiwandi Killing: The charred bodies of Naseer and Junaid alias Junaid, residents of Ghatmika village in Rajasthan’s Bharatpur district, were found in a burnt car on February 16 at Bhiwani, Haryana. In this case, the family members of the deceased had alleged that they were killed after being abducted by cow vigilantes. Now new information has come in this matter. Three of the 5 cow vigilantes who allegedly killed both of them had also worked as police informers.

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The five accused  are Anil, Srikant, Rinku Saini, Lokesh Singla and Mohit Yadav alias Monu Manesar. According to the First Information Report, Rinku Saini, Lokesh Singla and Srikant used to accompany Haryana Police teams during raids on cross border cattle smugglers.

As per Information, Haryana police identified three out of five accused as “informers”. The charred bodies of two Muslim men, Nasir and Junaid, were found in a Mahindra Bolero SUV in Haryana’s Bhiwani district last Thursday.

Now the police are searching whether the cow vigilantes were behind the killings of two muslim men. The police have said that Junaid has five registered cases of cow smuggling. Although Nasir had no such criminal record.

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First published on: Feb 21, 2023 07:41 PM IST

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