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'No Evidence': Cow Smuggling Charges Against Mob Lynching Victim Pehlu Khan Dismissed

Oct 30, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

The charges against two of his sons and the driver of the vehicle in which the animals were being ferried have also been quashed, news agency ANI reported.

Rajasthan Govt Moves Against Acquittal Of 6 Accused In Pehlu Khan Lynching Case

Oct 18, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

Pehlu Khan, 55, was beaten to death in Alwar, Rajasthan, by Gau Rakshaks in April 2017.


Cases With Court-Monitored Investigation Have Shown 'Better Outcome': Justice Chandrachud

Speaking of Pehlu Khan case, Justice Chandrachud said this was one of the great torments of being a judge because you've to decide on basis of evidence, as it stands and then you find that police investigation has been so woefully inadequate that it's going to result in an acquittal."

'Shattered' By District Court Verdict, Pehlu Khan's Family Hopes For Justice After Fresh Probe Order

Aug 17, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

Irshad, the elder son of Pehlu Khan, said that the recent verdict by a district court -- acquitting all six accused in the 2017 lynching case -- had left them disappointed.


Plea Filed Against Priyanka Gandhi Vadra In Bihar Court Over Comments On Pehlu Khan Verdict

In his petition, the complainant referred to a tweet by the Congress leader which, he claimed, held the trial court in contempt and was a conspiracy to spread communal hatred.

14 August, 2019

Rajasthan Court Acquits All Six Accused In Pehlu Khan Lynching Case

Outlook Web Bureau

The 55-year-old dairy farmer Pehlu Khan, a native of Nuh village in Haryana, was allegedly beaten up by self-styled cow vigilantes near Behror in Rajasthan on the Delhi-Alwar highway on April 1, 2017


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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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