Hindu Man Lynched On Suspicion of Stealing Cattle in Tripura

The deceased was identified as Budhi Kumar Tripura (36), a resident of Manyakumarpara village.

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A 36-year-old man was lynched by a mob for allegedly stealing cattle late on Tuesday, 2 July.
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A man was lynched in a remote tribal village near the Indo-Bangla border in Tripura's Dhalai district on suspicion of stealing cattle, a senior police officer said on Wednesday, 3 July.

Deputy Inspector General of Police, Arindam Nath said the man was lynched at Noarampara, under the jurisdiction of Raishyabari police station on Tuesday night.

Officer-in-charge of Raisyabari police station, Suleman Reang said, "Villagers spotted one person trying to lift cattle from a house. They caught the suspected cattle lifter and beat him severely. We reached the spot and rescued the person, who later succumbed to his injuries in a hospital.

The deceased was identified as Budhi Kumar Tripura (36), a resident of Manyakumarpara village, police said.

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