The report of forensic science laboratory has confirmed that the charred bodies and the blood stains found in the SUV recovered from a cow shelter in Haryana’s Jind were of Junaid and Nasir, a Rajasthan police officer said.
Kidnapped, beaten to death, then burnt
The two Muslim men, who were kidnapped earlier this month, were found dead inside the vehicle in Haryana’s Bhiwani district on February 16. Junaid, 25 and Nasir, 35, both residents of Rajasthan were allegedly kidnapped from Bharatpur and beaten to death by members of the right-wing outfit Bajrang Dal, reports PTI.
“The FSL (forensic science laboratory) report confirms that the charred bodies and the blood stains in the SUV recovered from a Gau-shala in Jind (Haryana) were of Nasir and Junaid,” Bharatpur range IG Gaurav Srivastav said.
Blood samples found in SUV matched victims’ kin
The Rajasthan Police officer had earlier said that the burnt vehicle matched the chassis number, but the bodies left inside could not be identified.
The officer further added that FSL samples were collected from the spot. They then collected blood samples of the victims’ families to match the stains found in the SUV and the bones found in the burnt vehicle.
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During the probe, the SUV was found in Jind in which the victims were abducted and beaten. “Our teams are camping in Haryana and working closely with the Haryana police to nab the accused,” he added.
A kidnapping case was filed against five people, suspected to be cow vigilantes – Monu Manesar, Lokesh Singhla, Rink Saini, Anil and Srikant. Manesar is a member of the Bajrang Dal.
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