At the beginning of today, at Baruhalia town Two 19 years of age adolescents were pounded the life out of by a crowd in north Bengal toward the beginning of today on the doubt that they were cow criminals.
The two men have been perceived. One of them was from Cooch Behar area, another from Assam’s Dhubri locale.
A third man who was driving the van figured out how to escape from the spot. He handed himself over at the Dhupguri police headquarters where he is being addressed.
The three men were driving through the town around 4 am in a little truck conveying cows when villagers watching during the evening as a result of late cow burglaries halted it.
They removed the cows from the truck, pushed it on its side and practically set fire to it. A horde grasped two of the three men and beat them to death on the spot.
“We are endeavoring to find individuals really associated with the lynching. Be that as it may, nobody has been captured yet,” said Jalpaiguri region director of police Amitava Maiti.
This is the second such occurrence in north Bengal as of late. In June, three men had been pounded the life out of in a town at Chopra in the North Dinajpur region.
The killings come days before Eid al-Adha or Bakri Eid on September 2. A few bovine vigilante bunches have restricted cow butcher to stamp that event.