Four hours before Mohamad Akhlaq was beaten to death by a mob suspecting him of slaughtering a calf, he had visited his neighbour Zalim Singh, a government official. According to documents accessed by dna, Akhlaq had requested Zalim to help an elderly widow, identified as Lakshmi, to get her pension.

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