A youth Yogesh Jatav has been mobbed to death for the only reason that his bike unintentionally had hit a woman slightly while saving himself from a pothole ahead in Alwar (Rajastan).
Just for this ‘mistake’, the furious mob hit him hard and sent him into coma.
The innocent youth died a silent death on Saturday after being treated in hospital for three days.
On Sunday, villagers staged a massive protest by putting his body on the Alwar-Bharatpur road from around 3 pm to 6 pm demanding quick arrest of the accused.
Many demands have been raised. However, after persuasion by the administration, they have ended their agitation and cremated the body.
Angry villagers have clearly told the administration that their anger has not yet subsided and that the police should immediately arrest the accused. Financial assistance of Rs 50 lakh has also been demanded for the maintenance of the family.
As per the information, the youth was thrashed by anguished mob on September 15 and was in hospital since then.
The family filed a case on 16 September itself and a case was registered against 6.
Yogesh's father, in his complaint, said that his son was surrounded by Rashid, Sajeet Pathan, Mubina and four other people who accused him of hitting their girl. Soon after, they started bashing him sticks and rods. Blood started oozing out from Yogesh's ear and he was critically injured in these attacks from mob.
He was rushed to a private hospital in Alwar, from where, he was referred to Jaipur. He passed away on 18 September in Jaipur SMS Hospital. The body was handed over to the relatives after postmortem on the next day on September 19. On Sunday, the aggrieved relatives blocked the Alwar-Bharatpur road protesting against the incident.
BJP Satish Poonia has condemned the incident and raised questions on the law and order of the state.
“Rajasthan once again has been felt ashamed. The brutal way in which Yogesh Jatav has been mobbed to death proves the breakdown of law and order in the state. Dalits, Adivasis, sisters and daughters not safe in the state,” he alleged.
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