Rajasthan does not have enough manpower to regulate crime, says Home minister Kataria


JAIPUR: Following the killing of 42-year-old Ummar Khan by claimed dairy animals vigilantes in Alwar, state home priest Gulab Chand Kataria on Monday said that the state does not have enough labor to “control” each wrongdoing before they happen.

At the point when gotten some information about the demise of Khan, a Meo Muslim, he stated, “Hamare pass itni labor nahin hai ki har jagah, har sthiti ko samay se pehle control kar saken (We don’t have enough labor to control each circumstance at each place before the episode happens).”

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This isn’t the first run through the real Kataria has into inconvenience for his announcements. “Mainey thodi bhagaya hai (I have not helped him escape),” Kataria had disputably said when the infamous criminal Anand Pal Singh, who was later murdered in an experience, had figured out how to avoid the police net.

On Khan’s demise, he included that the police can’t conjecture a wrongdoing before they really occur. “Give me a chance to guarantee you that every one of those in charge of the murder would be captured soon,” he said. “As of now, we can’t state anything definitive on this issue. Police are researching the case,” Kataria said.

In the mean time, the nearby police said that they have not yet settled an association between the dead man and the cows in the truck.

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A FIR has been enrolled for the situation at Govindgarh police headquarters in Alwar under segments 302 (kill), 307 (endeavor to kill) and 201 (causing vanishing of proof) of the IPC against unidentified individuals, in view of a grievance held up by Ummar Khan’s family.

Khan was discovered dead close to the railroad tracks in Ramgarh on November 11. Relatives and activists affirm that he was shot dead by cow vigilantes while transporting cows.