No meat found at Akhlaq’s house, says seizure report of Gautam Budh Nagar police

Dadri: Dadri Lynching which stirred controversy and became a topic of debate is once again in news following a new development in the case.

As per sources, a report prepared by the Gautam Budh Nagar Police confirms that there was no meat found at Mohamma Akhlaq’s house. It was mentioned in the report which was prepared by the Gautam Budh Nagar Police soon after Akhlaq’s killing.

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The reports submitted by the police clearly states, “The only meat sample police collected was from the tri-junction near Akhlaq’s house in Bisada village, where a power transformer is installed.”

However, the initial reports were that a meat sample was taken from Akhlaq’s house and sent for test to a veterinary hospital. The tests proved it to be mutton, however, later on reports were that the sample meat which was sent for forensic test proves that it was meat of ‘cow or its progeny’.

The ex- Gautam Budh Nagar SSP Kiran S, who was transferred on Wednesday, said that the police did not take any meat sample from Akhlaq’s house. Reports however suggest that the meat sample was collected from Akhlaq’s house on September 29, 2015 by station officer SK Singh in presence of three eye witnesses.

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