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Mob lynches three over child-lifting rumour
In a shocking incident, three men were lynched over a rumour of child-lifting at Shobhapur village under Rajnagar block in adjoining Seraikela-Kharsawan district, some 40 km from here.
The angry mob lynched three persons, Sheikh Naim (35), Sheikh Sajju (25) and Sheikh Siraj (26) for being involved in child-lifting. Sheikh Halim (28) was critically injured. The agitated villagers not only lynched the three, but also set two vehicles, including a police jeep on fire at Shobhapur village in Rajnagar block.
The agitated mob thrashed officer-in-charge, Rajnagar police station, Tuleswar Kushwaha and also two other cops, including assistant sub-inspector Manoj Singh at Shobhapur village.
Deputy inspector general (Kolhan) of police, Prabhat Kumar confirmed about three deaths over the rumour of child-lifting at Rajnagar block this morning.
"We are investigating the incident. In view of the tense situation in the Shobhapur village and adjoining Shosomauli village, we have made deployment of adequate police force. We are also going to hold meetings of village-heads in this regard," said Kumar.
According to information, Naim was a resident of Ghatshila having his in-laws' house in Haldipokhar in Potka block, the rest two were the residents of Haldipokhar. All the four were cattle traders and had been to Rajnagar for buying cattle in the night.
"Cases of child lifting have gripped the village for past few days. As they were crossing Hessel village near Rajnagar, the villagers chased them and stopped the car near Daru village, where they caught hold of one of the four. The agitated villagers inflicted grievous injuries to Naim, where as the other three managed to escape," said a senior police officer.
The officer said after searching in the adjoining villages, the villagers surrounded Shobhapur village, suspecting that the three who had fled must be hiding there.
"When Tuleswar Kushwaha received information about this all, he rushed to the spot. About 100 agitated villagers attacked the police and set the police van on fire. They also set the car the four suspected child-lifters had used also on fire. They also assaulted OC, assistant sub-inspector Manoj Singh and also a police constable," said the policeofficer.
The police said they rushed a critically injured, Naim to Seraikela sub-divisional hospital, where he died in the noon.
The police have recovered the three bodies and sent one of them to the MGM Medical College mortuary and the other two to the Seraikela sub-divisional hospital for post-mortem.
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