Alwar Lynching: Civil society members protest in Jaipur, demand justice for Pehlu Khan

The protestors demanded that the investigation of the case should be done under the watch of the Supreme Court.

Civil society members and political activists from the village of Pehlu Khan, the man who died after being attacked by cow vigilantes, staged a protest in Jaipur today, to demand justice for him.

The members of the Rajasthan citizen forum, People Union for civil society, Communist Party of India- Marxis (CPIM), Communist Party of India (CPI), National Federation of Indian Women (NFIW), Samajwadi party, and several others came together to protest against cow vigilantes who allegedly attacked Pehlu Khan and others suspecting them to be cow-smugglers, in Rajasthan's Alwar district.

The protesting members demanded that the investigation of the case should be done under the watch of the Apex Court. They have also demanded that those who have been named in the attack of Pehlu Khan should be arrested without delay. The protestors also demanded the resignation of Rajasthan Home minister Gulab Chand Kataria and asked for the removal of Alwar SP.

The protesting members have also written a memorandum to be sent to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and are even planning to meet Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje.

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