Jharkhand : BJP Leader Nityanand Mahto Detained for Killing Of Man Blamed Of Carrying Beef


RAMGARH, JHARKHAND:  BJP leader and two others has been detained in Jharkhand’s Ramgarh area for killing a man last week who was blamed of hauling beef in his car.

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On Saturday, the police arrested BJP Leader Nityanand Mahto and two others from the residence of local party unit chief Pappu Banerjee.

As per the reports, Alimuddin recognized as Asgar Ansari, on Thursday, driving his Maruti van when he was impeded and viciously attacked by a mob of people in Ramgarh. Also, his car was set ablaze.

A senior officer, RK Malik stated, “The police “swung into action” as soon as they heard about the attack and rescued Mr Ansari, but he died in hospital.”

A video of matter has gone viral on the social media. It revealed that the BJP leader Nityanand Mahto was not just there at the area but he pulled Mr Ansari out of his car. Later, the group of people had beaten Mr Ansari cruelly.

RK Malik expressed the issue as a “planned murder”. He asserted the culprits appeared to have been lying in stay for Mr Ansari. He was “indulged in business of meat.” The attackers, he stated, are believed to be people who had business transactions with Mr Ansari. He affirmed he could not verify if Mr Ansari was transporting beef.

The police have started investigation to arrest eight others involved in the hauling of beef.

Recently, PM Narendra Modi stated that the killing of people by cow vigilantes is intolerable. Few hours later, the attack was held in Ramgarh. “Killing people in the name of Gau Bhakti (cow protection) is not acceptable,” PM affirmed. He said,”No person in this nation has the right to take the law in his or her own hands in this country.”

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On Wednesday, several people across the country carried out strike against the increasing matter of mob attacks and cow vigilantism across the nation. In the month of June, a mob of people on a train attacked on 16-year-old Junaid Khan, who was going to his home in Haryana along with his brother and two cousins after doing shopping in Delhi before the occasion of Eid.