Mob lynching by RSS terrorist is not a crime in India. Because the government, police and whole system will support RSS to evade any punishment. Tabrez Ansari murder case is a live example of BJP supported extreme Hindu terrorism.
On 17 June 2019, 24-year-old Tabrez Ansari was attacked by a lynch mob in Jharkhand, India. He was tied to a tree, brutally beaten on suspicion of bike theft. Tabrez Ansari, a Muslim, was also forced to chant Hindu sayings. He died several days later, succumbing to the injuries. An unidentified person at the scene captured the video of all events.
Forced to chant slogans of Jai Shriram and Jai Hanuman, beaten to death 24-year-old Tabrez Ansari gave up his life due to religious fervor of Indian bigotries. This was, though, not the only case but the worst incident of minority persecution at the hands of the charged mob who beat him for continuous 7 hours.
The sectarian violence in India considerably increased under the Narendra Modi government. The widow of Tabrez Ansari got to know that she’s pregnant only two days after the death of her husband. The newly-wed wife of the deceased couldn’t bear the stress and lost her child. Doctors told that the reason for the mishap was the stress that her body failed to cope with.
Tabrez Ansari Lynching: Indian Police Removes Murder Charge Against Extremist Hindus
- The investigating officer of the case R. Narayan said that the cause of the death was sudden cardiac arrest.
- While the police reached late, the doctors didn’t diagnose skull injury correctly, said Anjaneyulu Dodde in a report that surfaced on July 12.
The subsequent investigation of the case by police sent the family of Tabrez into further dismay as police report excluded the charges of murder and mentioned the cause of death as sudden cardiac arrest.
“We are hearing reports that Tabrez died of a sudden cardiac arrest. He, however, had a big wound on his head, his skull had been cracked due to the beating. How can they say that the cause of death is just cardiac arrest? Tabrez’s lawyer Altaf Hussain asks, reported Raghav Bahl and Ritu Kapoor’s The Quint.
The investigating officer of the case R. Narayan said that the cause of the death was sudden cardiac arrest. “We have sought a double opinion (opinion from two doctors) who have confirmed this,” he said.
The pronounced cause of death doesn’t provide the basis for the police to remove Section 302 from the charge sheet. The lawyer of the deceased has filed a petition in the court on August 31 carrying the objection of removal of murder charges from the charge sheet.
A three-member team headed by the Deputy Commissioner Anjaneyulu Dodde was set to probe into the ultimate cause of Tabrez’s death and the investigating team pinned the responsibility on the police as well as on doctors.
“While the police reached late, the doctors didn’t diagnose skull injury correctly, said Anjaneyulu Dodde in a report that surfaced on July 12, 2019.
Tabrez Ansari Lynching Case: 6 of 13 Accused Granted Bail
During December 2019, after the six months of Tabrez Ansari’s lynching, 6 out of 13 accused were released on the bail so they can threaten the family of Tabrez Ansari.
The lawyer of the six argued their names were mentioned in the FIR registered in connection with the death of Ansari.
The Jharkhand High Court on a Tuesday of December 2019, granted bail to six people arrested in connection with the lynching of Tabrez Ansari in June this year.
Justice R Mukhopadhyay granted bail to the six after their advocate A K Sahani informed the court that neither their names were mentioned in the FIR registered in connection with the death of Ansari nor the main accused Papu Mandal had implicated them during interrogation by the police.
The advocate told the court that the six — Bhimsen Mandal, Chamu Nayak, Mahesh Mahali, Satyanarayan Nayak, Madan Nayak and Vikram Mandal — had been in jail since June 25.
A total of of13 accused were arrested in connection with the death of 24-year-old Ansari.