Cops seek consent for autopsy from cattle farmer's family

The police on Wednesday served a notice to the family of Umar Mohammad Khan, a cattle farmer who was found dead in Rajasthan, seeking their consent for an autopsy.

As per the notice, if his family fails to give its consent, the police would bury the body after conducting the postmortem.

Umar's body was brought to Jaipur on Sunday. Umar's relatives are demanding the arrest of all culprits and a compensation of Rs 50 lakh.

"We will not allow the postmortem until they listen to our demands," Umar's uncle Iliyas told DH.

On Tuesday, the Alwar Police lodged a case of cow smuggling against Umar's companions. They are yet to return to Ghatmika village in Bharatpur district since the November 10 assault fearing arrest.

Ghatmika sarpanch Shaukat Khan said, "The police booked his companions Tahir Khan and Javed in a cow smuggling case. But as of now, they have no answer about Umar's death."

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