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Alwar lynching: Victim had multiple fractures, died of ‘shock’, says autopsy report

Alwar | The Post-mortem report of Rakbar khan, the victim who died after being attacked by a mob in Rajasthan’s Alwar stated that reason behind the death was shock and injuries from a “blunt weapon or object.”

According to the autopsy report, Rakbar died of shock as a result of his injuries. The injuries were caused by a blunt weapon or object, There were seven-eight fractures on his body said the report. Rajeev Gupta, the doctor who performed autopsy said, “There were injuries on the body … internal bleeding leads to the death.”

In a suspicion of cow smugglers, Rakbar Khan and his friend Aslam were attacked by a group of people on Friday. The victim was declared dead on arrival in the hospital after the police took around 3 hours to shift Rakbar Khan.

The state government has ordered an investigation for the delay by the police in taking him to the hospital, Action has been taken against three policemen. Assistant sub-inspector Mohan Singh was suspended and two constables have been shifted to Police Lines.

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