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Muslim Driver from Nuh’s Tapkan Village Found Dead in Gurugram Amid Allegations of Mob Attack

Razzak Khan, a resident of Tapkan Village in Nuh, Haryana, was found dead today, with his family alleging that he was beaten to death by a mob.

Razzak, a driver by profession, embarked on a journey to Gurugram with a load of goats. According to his neighbour, Mohammad Ansar, Razzak went missing at around 7 pm on Thursday, causing concern among his family and friends.

“We tried reaching out to him on the phone, but he didn’t answer. Later, his vehicle was discovered in Gurugram, and eventually, his lifeless body was found,” Ansar said.

Razzak’s son, Shakir Khan, alleged that he was killed by a mob. He described the gruesome discovery of his father’s body, saying, “When we found his body, his neck was broken. The police didn’t allow us to touch his body. He didn’t have any ailments, and he had left home safe and sound,” Shakir said.

He said that his father’s death was a direct result of the violence that had unfolded in Nuh.

The exact circumstances surrounding Razzak’s death remain unclear, but his body was discovered near a motorcycle showroom in Gurugram.

(developing story)

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