Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath addressed four election rallies in Telangana on Wednesday but continued to keep mum on the killing of a police officer by cow vigilantes in his state's Bulandshahr district.
Meanwhile, the slain Inspector's son Shrey demanded a fair and proper probe into the killing from all angles.
"He (Singh) gave his life in the line of duty. I have faith in the police and the SIT which is investigating the incident. My priority is for a proper and fair probe. The SIT report should cover all anglers. My father is a martyr.
"Strict action must be taken against the culprits. Mob lynching is a big social evil and it has to be dealt with strictly. I want justice for my father. This incident should be made an example of so that people do not indulge in such crimes," he said.
"So those involved in cow slaughter directly or indirectly should be arrested," he said.
He announced a grant of Rs 10 lakh to the family of Sumeet who was also shot dead in the Bulandshahr violence.
The press statement made no mention of Subodh Singh, who was killed allegedly by a mob protesting against the killing of cows.
(With inputs from agencies.)