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Madhya Pradesh: Man beaten to death in Satna for alleged cattle slaughter

According to initial reports, when the villagers reached the spot four accomplices of Riaz and Shakeel fled, following which they were severely beaten up.

Written by Milind Ghatwai | Bhopal | Updated: May 20, 2018 11:34:46 am
Indian-origin pharmacist found murdered at home in northern England By the time police reached the spot, in the wee hours of Friday, Riaz was already dead and Shakeel, a driver, was in a critical state. (Representational photo)

A man was allegedly beaten to death, while another has been critically injured by villagers in Amgar village of Badera Police Station in Satna district for allegedly killing cattle on Friday. Riaz, 45, was killed in the incident while Shakeel, 33, has been critically injured. The police have picked up four to five suspects in the case and an investigation is underway.

Late on Thursday, two people returning to the village found a group with the cattle. According to initial reports, when the villagers reached the spot four accomplices of Riaz and Shakeel fled, following which they were severely beaten up. By the time police reached the spot, in the wee hours of Friday, Riaz was already dead and Shakeel, a driver, was in a critical state.

The police found a slaughtered bull and meat of two other bulls packed in sacks from the spot. Satna SP Rajesh Hingankar told The Indian Express that villagers attacked the duo. He said that four to five suspects have been taken into custody and they are being questioned.

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