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Muslim Man Killed By Hindu Mob In India Because They Suspected He Ate Beef


Muslim Man Killed By Hindu Mob In India Because They Suspected He Ate Beef: [] His older son Mohammad Sartaj, 24, is an engineer with the Air Force.

Half an hour before the attack, an announcement was allegedly made at a temple nearby that a calf had been slaughtered and its carcass had been found near a transformer.

No names were taken in the announcement, but there are only two Muslim families in the area and the other family was out.

At around 10.30 pm, a large mob allegedly descended on Ikhlaq’s house, wrecked everything and even attacked his wife and 70-year-old mother.

“My husband’s head was smashed in,” said Ikhlaq’s wife.

The men were still being beaten when the police arrived. Six young men were arrested from the spot. The police say they were all drunk.

Ikhlaq’s daughter said they only had mutton in their fridge, a gift from relatives on Eid. The police say they have taken the meat and sent it for forensic testing.

Killing cows is illegal in Uttar Pradesh.

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