A most optimized plan of attack court here on Friday indicted individuals for lynching a meat merchant in June a year ago finished the doubt that he was conveying hamburger in his auto.
Judge Om Prakash discovered them liable under different segments of the Indian Penal Code.
The quantum of discipline would be articulated on March 21.
A gathering of individuals had lynched Alimuddin Ansari, 40, in Bazaar Tand territory of Ramgarh town on June 29, 2017, on the doubt that he was conveying hamburger in his auto.
Measurable tests later affirmed that the meat he was conveying was hamburger.
The offer of hamburger is prohibited in the State.
Extra Public Prosecutor S K Sukla said there were 12 blamed and one for them is a minor.
The indictment has moved the Juvenile Justice Board with a supplication that the minor be dealt with as a grown-up for the situation, Sukla said.
The chargesheet against the denounced was documented for the situation on September 17.
Telephone call records had uncovered that one of the denounced took after Ansari for around two hours on June 29, educated two others about the casualty’s area, before blocking him at Bazaar Tand. The swarm had likewise burnt the vehicle of the casualty.