Lynched SHOs mom dies of ‘shock cremated together India
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PATNA: Barely 24 hours after the lynching of Kishanganj Town police station SHO Ashwini Kumar in a West Bengal village, his septuagenarian mom Urmila Devi died and the cremation of the mom and son was held collectively on Sunday, at the same time as all members of the raiding workforce that went to the Bengal village with Kumar (52) to get better a stolen bike had been positioned underneath suspension for failing to guard the officer.
They had been cremated on the outskirts of their village Panchu Mandal Tola in Bihar’s Purnia. Kumar’s mom was affected by a number of age-related illnesses. His father had died round seven years in the past, Kumar’s maternal uncle Subhash Singh advised TOI over cellphone. “She died of heart attack around 5.30am on Sunday. Initially, she wasn’t told about the incident, but her condition started deteriorating after Kumar’s body reached home on Saturday,” he stated.
Purnia divisional commissioner Rahul Ranjan Mahiwal, IG (Purnia vary) Suresh Prasad Choudhary, DM Rahul Kumar, SP Daya Shankar, Kishnganj SDPO Anwar Jawed and different civil and law enforcement officials had been current throughout the cremation.
Kumar is survived by his spouse and three minor youngsters, together with two daughters. The SHO was a 1994-batch inspector-rank officer. He was posted as Kishanganj Town SHO on August 5, 2020.
Kishanganj SP Kumar Ashish stated the mastermind, Mohammad Israel, and his son Mohammad Abdul had been arrested on Sunday for his or her alleged involvement in Kumar’s lynching at Pantapara village in Bengal’s North Dinajpur district on Saturday. Three individuals had been arrested on this connection on Saturday. He stated it was Israel who had used the general public tackle system of a mosque to instigate folks, who attacked Kumar. He stated police additionally arrested two extra accused from border space once they had been making an attempt to flee with a looted bike on Saturday after the incident.
“They are also accused in the SHO’s murder case. It is the same bike which was looted from Kishanganj Town area on Saturday. Kumar and his team had gone to Pantapara to recover it,” the SP stated, including that altogether 21 named and 500 unknown folks have been made accused within the lynching case.

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