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Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh government has sent its report to the Union Home Ministry on the Dadri lynching episode in which a man was killed over rumours of alleged beef consumption."The report based on factual basis has been sent to the Central government last night," a home department spokesman said in Lucknow on Tuesday. Declining to divulge the contents of the report, he said it is based on facts collected on mob violence in the area.However, according to The Times of India, the report is a



factual account of the incident as recorded in the FIR registered by the UP police. There is mo mention of beef in the report. "It merely states that Akhlaq and his son were attacked by some unidentified people over unconfirmed allegations of having consumed 'pratibandhit pashu ka maans' (meat of an animal banned from slaughter)."The government also added in its report that it was still investigating and had not reached any conclusion yet. The report has no mention of any motive for Akhlaq's killing.
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