Madhya Pradesh: Mob Lynching case, a woman beaten to death on suspicion of child theft in Singrauli

Jul 23 2018 02:06 PM
Madhya Pradesh: Mob Lynching case, a woman beaten to death on suspicion of child theft in Singrauli

At nine o'clock in the night, the unidentified woman sitting outside a house in the village was considered a child thief. Rumours became hot and the mob surrounded the woman and attacked. During the attack, the woman continued to scream, cried for help, but no one listened to her.

The woman was beaten until she died. After this, the villagers threw the dead body deep into the deep gutters outside the village. The body of the woman was found by the police on Friday. Post-mortem report came out on Sunday.

All this happened in the Bagdad village of Morva area of Singrauli. The woman was beaten to death on Thursday night. The police have confirmed death in the initial investigation by beating. Additional Superintendent of Singrauli confirmed the incident saying that six people of two villages have been identified in this case.
 
Police say that some people are being questioned in custody. In the post-mortem report, the 25-year-old woman has been confirmed with injury marks in different parts of the body. According to the details, on the night of nine o'clock on Thursday night, the unidentified woman reached the village of Baghdad, while the villagers surrounded the house considering her, a thief when she was sitting in front of a house. Superintendent of Singrauli said that the accused will be arrested soon.

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