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Bisara finds little reason to celebrate Diwali: ‘A man has died... our children are in jail’

On September 28, 50-year old Mohammad Akhlaq, a long-time resident of the village, was beaten to death over rumours of storing and eating cow meat.

Muslim bodies march against Dadri lynching, seek justice

The rally saw human rights organisations Association For Protection of Democratic Rights and Bandi Mukti Committee, lend their support.

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After shutdown, Bisara primary school reopens, Muslim students stay away

The only government-run primary school in the village was shut for a week after Mohammad Akhlaq, 50, was allegedly beaten to death by a mob following rumours about his family storing and consuming beef.

Bisara youth may have consumed poison: Police

Police said, as per the information shared by the deceased's uncle, 24-year-old Prakash had a dispute with his wife Guddi over some issue and he consumed some poisonous substance soon after.

Dadri lynching: Will never quit Bisara permanently, says Akhlaq's family

"As you can see, our family members have not shifted anywhere and do not intend to do so either. We are very much in Bisara," Jamil, Akhlaq's elder brother said.

Dadri lynching: Sadhvi Prachi not allowed to enter Bisara, 19 arrested

Sadhvi Prachi alleged "conspiracy" behind the administration's move and asked why AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi's entry was not curbed in a similar manner.

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Dadri: 26-year-old’s death halts Bisara village, family claims ‘fear of police’ killed him

Villagers claimed that the police had been looking for Jay Prakash and his brothers for the past one week and his family was terrified because of that.

Dadri lynching: Students, job aspirants among 6 held so far

The families of Saurav (20), Gaurav (22) - the brothers - and Sandeep (20) alleged the administration had “picked up innocent by-standers, while the guilty were roaming scot-free.”

Dadri lynching: Nobody from Bisara helped us that day...How can we trust anyone now

For at least two generations, the village has been home to the family of Akhlaq, the 50-year-old agricultural labourer who was beaten to death over rumours of cow slaughter and beef consumption on Monday night.

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