Beef is banned, is murder on a menu? Twitter slams host lynching over cow massacre rumour

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A mob surrounded 50-year-old Mohammad Akhlaq’s home in Uttar Pradesh’s Dadri area, accusing him of eating cow meat, pennyless down a doors, dragged him and his son out of their home and kick him to genocide with bricks and critically harmed his son, his daughter Sajida told a Indian Express. 

Representational image. AFPRepresentational image. AFP

Representational image. AFP

His family reportedly never carried out sacrifices on Bakri-Eid to equivocate any fight with other villagers, though on Monday night a mob surrounded a residence of Akhlaq in Uttar Pradesh’s Dadri area and kick him to genocide over a gossip that his family was immoderate cow meat.

The host dragged her hermit into a yard where they continued to kick him and some people also assaulted her grandmother and molested her, she said.

As per a rumour, a stays of a calf that had allegedly left blank on 16 Sep were found nearby Akhlaq’s home. Akhlaq was allegedly seen throwing a bag containing beef and villagers claimed that it was from a blank calf.

The horrific occurrence has sparked an snub on amicable media as a debate over beef reached an nauseous milestone.

Here is how Twitter reacted to a intolerable incident