Whistleblower made accused in cow slaughter case: Rajasthan human rights group calls for probe

A company combating for human rights on Sunday alleged that the police in Rajasthan’s Tonk district have made a whistleblower an accused in a cow slaughter case. Islam, the whisteblower, had knowledgeable sleuths on the Datwas police station in Tonk a couple of case of cow slaughter.

“As an alternative of appreciating him, he used to be made an accused. Every other other people, too, who had no function within the case have been falsely implicated,” Other folks’s Union for Civil Liberties state president Kavita Srivastava claimed.

Difficult an excellent investigation, the group has written to the extra leader secretary for house division, district collector and the district superintendent of police.

Srivastava, in her letter, demanded that the investigation be headed through a senior officer and now not through the native police station. She alleged that the native police weren’t unbiased within the subject.

On Friday, the police had registered an FIR in opposition to 17 other people and Islam used to be additionally named as probably the most accused.

“The investigation will have to be unbiased and people who had no function within the subject will have to now not be falsely implicated,” Srivastava stated.

Within the letter, she additionally highlighted that some unidentified other people had vandalised mosque and an FIR on this case used to be additionally registered on Friday.

When contacted, police in Tonk district stated the subject used to be being investigated.

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