UP: Dalit crushed by SUV after a property dispute in Lucknow, accused arrested

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UP: Dalit crushed by SUV after a property dispute in Lucknow, accused arrestedPhoto Credits: Facebook

Lucknow: In Uttar Pradesh’s capital Lucknow, a Dalit was murdered over a property dispute. On Tuesday, Vijay Pratap Rawat was allegedly crushed by his partner Manoj Yadav from the SUV and then shot. At the time of the incident, 35-year-old Vijay had gone on a morning walk. Police have arrested the accused. While another accused is absconding. Dead body of minor found hanging from tree, father accused of murder

According to the information received, Rawat, a member of the village development council of Poornpur village, went out for a walk on Tuesday morning, in the meantime, on reaching Outer Ring Road, Yadav attacked him several times and shot him twice. After killing the man, the accused allegedly fled with his accomplice Lallu Yadav. Manoj Samajwadi Party’s Advocates Association is also being told as the District Vice President.

Circle officer of Mohanlalganj (Praveen Malik) said that the police arrested Yadav soon after the incident. He wanted to prove this murder an accident. Although Yadav reportedly fired two bullets at Rawat, the injury marks from him were not found on the body. According to a report by The Indian Express, the police recovered two empty cartridges at the scene and are being investigated.

Yadav and Rawat used to work together for the purchase and purchase of land. Yadav bought the land of a Dalit in the name of Rawat. Later, Yadav asked Rawat to transfer the property in his name, but the two got into a dispute. It was in this envy that Manoj conspired to remove Vijay from the road.

It is being told that while absconding from the spot after Vijay’s assassination, Manoj’s car collided uncontrollably with a pole and overturned. He has suffered a lot in this accident. Police have registered a case against accused Manoj Yadav under section 302 (murder) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and related sections of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.

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