- RTI activist brutally assaulted in Barmer
- The game of liquor mafia was opened two days before the incident
- Police still empty handed after the incident
Police is still empty handed in the case of kidnapping and brutal beating of RTI activist Amraram by miscreants in Gida police station area of Barmer district of Rajasthan last night. The police say in this case that 4 teams have been formed for the arrest of the accused. Simultaneously, the search for the accused is on. It has also been learned that the police have rounded up some suspects in this case.
broke both legs, hammered nails
It is noteworthy that late on Wednesday night, RTI activist Amraram was first abducted by miscreants. After that he was beaten up severely. The miscreants broke both the legs of Amraram Jat and hammered nails. After this he was thrown on the side of the road near the village. Treatment is going on in Jodhpur in critical condition.
The game of liquor mafia was opened two days before the incident
Let us tell you that RTI activist Amraram had complained to the liquor mafia only 2 days ago. The police took action on this. According to the information, RTI activist Amraram was continuously giving information to the police against illegal liquor mafia. Along with this, he was also working as an activist regarding the scams happening in the Gram Panchayat. During the campaign with the administration village, on December 15, he had complained about financial irregularities in NREGA works of Kumpalia Panchayat, substandard material and irregularities in housing schemes, besides illegal branch of liquor in Perau.
Serious injury at many places in the body
It is noteworthy that on Tuesday evening, leaving Jodhpur, she was waiting for her village bus. That was all, during this time, after kidnapping, the miscreants took them to a deserted place and beat them up so hard. Due to this, Amararam suffered fractures in his arms and legs. There have been injuries in many parts of the body from the head.
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