The court has acquitted all the accused in the aspect of Rajasthan mob lynching. The Alwar District Court has acquitted the accused based on lack of evidence giving them the benefit of doubt.
The victims’ lawyer Yogendra Singh Khadana has said that after getting a copy of the judgment, after studying it, they will challenge this decision in the upper court.
Let us tell you that there were 9 accused in this case. 3 out of 9 accused were minors. On Wednesday, the court pronounced the 6 accused innocent, giving the benefit of the doubt.
As soon as Judge pronounced this order in Alwar district court, slogans of Bharat Mata ki Jai started outside the court.
After the verdict came, the counsel for the accused said that there was no written statement of the accused, nor did they have any identification because Pehlu Khan was dead. In such a situation, the police have arrested them by making a wrong case.
The defense lawyer said that the video is blurred. And since no one is visible in the video it is not admissible in the court. Therefore, the court has acquitted these people.
The Witness Didn’t Testify
According to the report, the person who claimed that he had made a video of the incident, did not come to court and testify that he had made this video.
According to the defense lawyer, in such a situation, it also questions the veracity of the video. As far as the mobile location is concerned, the mobile location does not prove that the accused had their mobile and they were present there.
The defense counsel said that only God can tell who killed Pehlu Khan? But, no one from here did!
Here, the government lawyer said that we tried our best to prove to the court that they killed Pehlu Khan with the evidence we had. But, the court did not listen. And, now we will go to the upper court.
Let us tell you the first aspect, on the statement of Khan, the police had made 6 people accused, but all those accused were given a clean chit during the investigation. After this, 9 people were accused, out of which 6 were acquitted on Wednesday and 3 are being heard in juvenile court as they are minors.