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Dadri lynching: It was mutton, not beef in Akhlaq’s house, says Veterinary Department

A veterinary officer in his report says "prima facie it seems that meat found in Akhlaq's house belongs to goat progeny"

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: December 29, 2015 12:03:14 am
dadri lynching, beef ban, Mohammad Akhlaq, beef rumour lynching, religious intolerance, india news, latest news Akhlaq, 52, was killed in a village in Uttar Pradesh’s Dadri district on September 28, after a mob attacked his family for allegedly eating beef.

In a latest twist in the Dadri lynching incident, a report released by the Uttar Pradesh veterinary department confirmed on Monday that Mohammad Akhlaq and his family ate mutton.

A veterinary officer in his report says “prima facie it seems that meat found in Akhlaq’s house belongs to goat progeny”
Watch Video: It was mutton, not beef in Akhlaq’s house, says Veterinary Department

Akhlaq, 52, was killed in a village in Uttar Pradesh’s Dadri district on September 28, after a mob attacked his family for allegedly eating beef.

Read Also: BJP leader’s son among 15 named in Dadri lynching chargesheet

The police last week filed the chargesheet in the case, naming 15 people as accused, including one juvenile. There was no mention of beef in the chargesheet.

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