Alwar Mob Lynching: A timeline of events

Here is a timeline of events leading to Rakbar Khan's death.

Published: 24th July 2018 12:39 AM  |   Last Updated: 24th July 2018 12:39 AM   |  A+A-

Rakbar Khan relatives. (Photo | Twitter)

By Express News Service


12:41 am Friday- Rajasthan police receives information from Naval Kishore Sharma that a few people are taking cows on foot for smuggling.

1-1:10 am - ASI Mohan Singh along with two constables and Sharma reach the spot at Lalawandi village. Police finds Paramjeet and Dharmendra on the spot with the two cows.

1:30- Rakhbar is covered in mud, police takes basic details. The wet mud is cleaned of his body, fresh clothes are provided.1:35- police team leaves the spot along with Rakhbar

1:50-2 am -police stops in between to arrange for a vehicle to transport the cows

2:15 am- In between police, team stops for tea near Lalawandi.

2:20 am - according to eyewitness when they saw police beating Rakhbar

3 am - According to Naval Kishore Mohan Singh, along with Rakhbar reach Ramgarh police station for recording his statement.

3: 12 am- The Shudhasagar Gaushala manager Kapoor Sanjay receives a call from Naval Kishore that two cows are being transported he should ask someone to attend.

3:26 am- The police constables reach the shelter.

3:47 am- Police jeep is captured at Muskan private clinic, which is 2 minutes away from the Ramgarh police station. But none can be seen in the jeep.

4 am- The record at Community health centre is the time when the dead body of Rakhbar was brought. The doctor asked staff to shift to mortuary.

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