The Haryana Police have set up a committee to conduct an enquiry into allegations made by Rinku Saini, arrested in connection with the death of two men from Rajasthan.
Saini, a taxi driver who is also part of cow vigilante groups, has alleged that he and the other accused had handed over the two victims to police in Haryana’s Nuh.
As per the case details, Rinku Saini arrested on February 17 after the charred bodies of the two men were found inside a burnt vehicle in Bhiwani. He claimed during interrogation by the Rajasthan Police that the two men were picked up by him and his accomplices on suspicion of cow smuggling and were later handed over to the Haryana Police.
The Haryana Police have set up a committee which will be headed by the Additional Superintendent of Police to look into the allegations made on them for allegedly aiding the deaths.
The Nuh Police had also denied that the family members and or the accused were beaten up. The family member of another accused levied allegations that they were beaten up when the accused was picked up in the middle of the night.
The Nuh police also informed that the Rajasthan police had informed about their arrival and local police was informed before arresting the accused.
Meanwhile, Surendra Jain, VHP joint general secretary, met the family and demanded strict action against the Rajasthan police personnel stating that the Rajasthan Police had filed fake cases on the accused.