The accused of Pehlu Khan’s murder case have got clean chit. The Rajasthan Police have given a clean chit to six men who were accused in the killing. Hindustan Times reported, the police have reached to decision on the behalf of staff’s statement of a cow shelter and mobile phone records.
Pehlu Khan was beaten up by a group of men near Alwar district of Rajasthan, while he was transporting cattle to Haryana. Before succumbed to injuries, khan named six men to the police in the statement.
The staff of the cow shelter said the six accused — Om Yadav (45), Hukum Chand Yadav (44), Sudhir Yadav (45), Jagmal Yadav (73), Naveen Sharma (48) and Rahul Saini (24) — were present at the Rath Gaushala at the time of the incident.
“Based on the findings of the investigating officer, it is recommended that the names of the six accused be removed from the case,” the investigation report said.
My father was punched in the eye and hit in stomach. He bled profusely, and, on April 3, he died at a hospital,” said 19-year-old Arif, Pehlu Khan’s son.