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 Dadri lynching  case hearing bv CJM court postponed

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Published on 4 July 2016 10:06 AM GMT

 Dadri lynching  case hearing bv CJM court postponed
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Noida: Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) court hearing the Akhlaq murder case has been postponed to July 25. The hearing has been put off as the Presiding Officer (PO) has gone on a vacation.

The court, however, shall give its verdict July 6 on the killing of an animal allegedly by Akhlaq's family members .

Allegations-

  • Akhlaq was killed following rumours that he has stored cow meat in his fridge
  • Later, Akhlaq’s son Danish was beaten badly by the villagers.
  • Police had charged 18 people in this connection.

Forensic report changed the situation.

  • As per the report of Mathura Forensic lab, the food sample sent to it was beef.
  • The report created a fresh controversy

Under the act on animal cruelty, a man named Surajpal filed a complaint against the family of Akhlaq on June 9. Surajpal had alleged that Alhlaq’s family had killed an animal, which is worshipped by the Hindu community.

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