Cruelty in Rajasthan: Salesmen asked for salary, put in deep freezer and burnt it alive
CM Ashok Gehlot failed to manage law and order in Rajasthan
- The picture is frightening, but exposes the demons hidden in human form
- Body of 23-year-old man found in deep condition of liquor shop in this condition
A similar heartbreaking case has come to light in Alwar, just 18 days after a priest was burnt alive in a land dispute in Karauli. In Kampur village of Alwar, the liquor shop salesmen, who had been demanding salary for five months, was burnt alive on Saturday evening.
Police officer Dara Singh said - Roop Singh Dhanka, son of Ramesh Chand, resident of Jhaka, lodged a report that my brother Kamal Kishor (23) worked with liquor shop operators Rakesh Yadav and Subhash Chand. The shop was being run in a container on the Kampur-Bhageri. The owner had not paid Kamal for 5 months.
They used to beat and threaten him on demand. Around 4 pm on Saturday evening, Rakesh and Subhash, a resident of Machhroli, came home and took him along. Kamal did not come home all night, we thought that he would have gone somewhere with the owner. On Sunday morning, it was reported that there was a fire in the Kampur liquor shop. family members reached at shop and opened the iron container in the presence of the police. Inside the kamal's burnt corpse was lying inside the deep freezer. It was Rakesh and Subhash who burnt the kamal alive by putting petrol, then set the container on fire. On the complaint of the family, a case has been registered against Subhash Yadav resident Sheepur and contractor Rakesh Yadav resident Fatiabad for murder and sections of SCST Act.
Big question - how was the liquor contract being run in the container, the department is also responsible
DSP Tarachand told that representatives of liquor shop Rakesh Yadav and Subhash Chand run it on partnership. Have asked for contract papers. The mother of the accused contractor Rakesh Yadav is the sarpanch of the village panchayat Machharauli. The shop was running in a container placed on the road contrary to the prescribed norms of the Excise Department. In such a situation, the department is also responsible for this terrible incident. CCTV camera was not installed as per rules.
Family members adamant on judicial inquiry
Angry family members agitated over not conducting pastmortem demanding judicial inquiry. After explaining the DSP and Thanadikari, the medical board conducted a post-mortem at around 1 pm. DSP Tarachand told that the matter is serious and suspicious. The FSL team is investigating.