NEW DELHI: The Rajasthan government on Friday said it will re-examine the Pehlu Khan case, in which a district court acquitted the six men accused of thrashing the dairy farmer on suspicion of cattle smuggling two years ago. Pehlu Khan, whose beating was captured on a mobile phone video used by Rajasthan police to identify his attackers, died of his injuries three days later. The state government will set up a Special Investigation Team or SIT that will look at police lapses in the investigation. In explaining its judgement, the Alwar district court, which gave the accused the benefit of doubt, highlighted the fact they had not been named in Pehlu Khan’s statement; the names were added two years later. The court also pointed out that an identification parade had not been held.