In the famous Rakbar mob lynching case, four convicts were sentenced to seven years, one was acquitted.
Alwar. On Thursday, the court gave its verdict in the famous Rakbar Khan mob lynching case of the district. Holding the four accused guilty in this, the court has sentenced seven years imprisonment and a fine of ten thousand. However, giving the benefit of doubt to the fifth accused, the court acquitted him.
Special Public Prosecutor Ashok Kumar said that in 2018, Rakbar Khan, a resident of Kolgaon in Lalawandi village of Ramgarh district of Alwar, Rajasthan, was beaten to death on suspicion of cow smuggling. In the episode, the police arrested a local Vishva Hindu Parishad leader Naval Kishore Sharma along with Paramjeet Singh, Dharmend Yadav, Naresh and Vijay in the case. In the case, the court acquitted Naval Sharma, giving him the benefit of doubt, while the other four accused were convicted under sections 304A and 341 of the IPC and sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment and a fine of Rs 10,000 each.
this was the case
In 2018, Aslam and Rakbar were going to their village in Bharatpur district with cows. Meanwhile, in Alwar, he was allegedly beaten to death by a mob believing him to be a cattle smuggler. However, during this time Aslam somehow escaped after saving his life. Police reached the spot and took the injured Rakbar and the cows to Ramgarh police station. Injured Rakbar was sent to Ramgarh Hospital. Where the doctors declared him dead.
Naval Kishore said – trust in the judiciary
The acquitted Naval Kishore told that he had faith in the judiciary. He said that the other four children are also innocent. He will appeal in the High Court against the sentence awarded to him.