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A boy called Junaid

Days after 15-year-old Junaid was stabbed to death on a Delhi-Mathura train, a look at his family and friends to piece together the story of a boy and a few of his favourite things — bikes, clothes and soyabean biryani

Junaid village panchayat asks kin to settle out of court, they refuse

After the panchayat, Ahmed, accompanied by village elders and former Khandawli sarpanch Aiyaz Khan, tried to convince Junaid’s family to settle out of court.

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Faridabad lynching: Junaid Khan case judge says senior law officer helping accused, seeks action

As per court records, the judge said Kaushik was “suggesting questions to be put to the witnesses” at two hearings, on October 24 and 25.

Faridabad lynching: Two eyewitnesses from same coach other than Junaid brothers, friends, says chargesheet

The 400-page chargesheet, filed on August 23, claims that the two eyewitnesses, who are not related to Junaid, were present inside the coach but did not see Junaid being stabbed.

Faridabad lynching: HC notice to Haryana govt on plea seeking Junaid case transfer to CBI

The petition, filed by Junaid’s father Jalaluddin, states that so far, police have carried out a “seemingly casual and shoddy investigation” in the case and the probe has been “subverted in a calculated manner” to help the accused in the case.

High Court orders speedy disposal of Junaid lynching case

Junaid, his brother and two cousins were attacked on a Mathura-bound train in June by a mob, which also hurled communal slurs on the victims. The teenager was stabbed to death by the mob and thrown off the train. 

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Junaid Khan's family wonders how is the accused who was given bail less guilty?

When Shaqir reached Ballabhgarh station, he too was dragged in and stabbed. His father Jalaluddin says, “The man who helped kill my son is now roaming free. He got bail in a month. We are scared.”

Faridabad Lynching: A scattered Junaid family fights fear, financial woes

Almost 40 days after the incident, a financial crisis has hit the Khans of Khandawali as the earning members of the family have lost their livelihood.

Accused in Junaid Khan’s train lynching granted bail

Junaid’s family, meanwhile, alleged that Parkash was one of the “main culprits” behind the crime.

Brinda Karat demands security for those injured in Junaid killing case

Brinda Karat met police commissioner Hanif Qureshi in Faridabad and submitted a letter demanding security for the youths. Though the youths have been discharged from the hospital, but they still have to go for check-ups and work.

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