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Palghar Lynching Case: Bail Granted To Four Accused

Nov 03, 2020 PTI

Nearly 200 people were arrested over lynching of two sadhus in April

Palghar lynching: Two Cops Suspended For Negligence In Duty; 101 People Arrested

Apr 20, 2020 PTI

Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday said stern action will be taken against those involved in the lynching of the three men.


Palghar Lynching: All Culprits Arrested, Will Be Brought To Justice, Says Uddhav Thackeray

The incident took place on April 16 night when three men from Kandivali in Mumbai were going in a car towards Surat in Gujarat to attend a funeral.

Ram, Krishna Did Not Smoke, Why Should We: Baba Ramdev To Sadhus At Kumbh Mela

Jan 31, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

We sadhus have left everything including our home, mother and father for a greater cause, then why we cannot leave smoking," Yoga guru Ramdev said.


Mob Violence In UP's Auraiya After 2 'Sadhus' Stabbed To Death In Temple, Third Injured

The exact motive for the crime was not immediately clear, police said adding they suspected the victims' opposition to cow slaughter could be one reason.

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