Prohibitory orders were issued in Bishada village in Dadri on Monday morning as residents have threatened to hold maha panchayat as police have failed to register an FIR against Akhlaq’s family.Police have called for additional deployment of security forces, as situation continued to reaming tense.Residents of Bishada had on Sunday met the Gautam Budh Nagar SSP to press their demand for registration of an FIR against Mohammad Akhlaq’s family for alleged cow slaughter, following which he ordered a probe into the charge.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>SSP Dharmendra Yadav said a case will be registered against the family only if the charge that the meat found in Akhlaq’s home was beef was found to be true.”It’s a very sensitive matter. The Circle Officer, Dadri, will head a probe into the charges,” he said.
ALSO READ Dadri forensic report: VHP asks Aamir Khan, SRK to apologise for raising intolerance issueAfter the meeting with Yadav, Sanjay Rana, father of Vishal Rana, an accused in the 2015 lynching case threatened that a maha panchayat will be held in the village tomorrow as police have failed to register an FIR against Akhlaq’s family.”A complaint was filed with police after the forensic report said the meat in the freezer at Akhlaq’s house was beef. No FIR has been filed yet in this regard,” he said.
ALSO READ Dadri lynching: BJP mounts pressure on Akhilesh Yadav, demands withdrawal of ex-gratia to Akhlaq’s familyVHP leader Surindera Jain had yesterday visited the village and claimed that the accused had been falsely implicated.Meanwhile, more police personnel have been deployed in the village.