A head constable, posted at Bhim police residing in Rajasthan’s Rajsamand district, was overwhelmed to death allegedly by a community of people on Saturday, police talked about.
Abdul Gani, 45, who hailed from Jahazpur residing of Bhilwara, was killed by the community of people at Hamela ki Ber village when he reached there to study a land dispute case that he was handling. Gani was attacked with sticks and rods by the unidentified people that left him injured and fled the scene, police talked about.
Labhuram Vishnoi, residing condominium officer of Bhim police residing, talked about, “While talking to the events involved by encroachments on the land, there was a dispute and Gani was attacked by the unidentified people. The attackers fled and some passers-by called a 108 ambulance by which the policeman was taken to a neighborhood health centre where he succumbed to accidents.”
His body was shifted to the mortuary.
Gani’s household has been educated relating to the incident.
Udaipur range IG Binita Thakur talked about, “It’s now no longer a case of mob lynching. The incident did now no longer happen in the village but when the cop had reached the principle facet toll road, he was attacked. It appears that 3 or 4 people attacked him.”
Rajsamand superintendent of police Bhuvan Bhushan talked about, “He (Gani) was coming again from the village on his bike when some unidentified people attacked him with sticks.”
Many senior police officials went to the health middle where Gani died. Put up-mortem examination will be performed on Sunday, Bhushan talked about, adding that efforts had been being made to title those involved by the assault.
(With agency inputs)
Jul 13, 2019 22: 12 IST