Lucknow: Six days once law officer Subodh Kumar Singh and a neighborhood youth were killed in mob violence over cow carcasses in Uttar Pradesh’s Bulandshahr, the highest officer within the district has been transferred.
Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) avatar Bahadur Singh has been transferred to DGP headquarters in Lucknow and has been replaced by the Superintendent of Police of Sitapur, Prabhakar Chaudhary.
Two different cops have additionally been transferred. Syana Circle Officer Satya Prakash Sharma has been transferred to Police college Moradabad whereas In-charge of Chingravathi police chowki Suresh Kumar has been transferred to Lalitpur.
According to reports, the policemen were transferred ‘for their failure in responding in time to the situation’ arising in Siyana village of Bulandshahr on December three, Monday.
The transfer has taken place once a high-level meeting was presided over by the Director General of Police (DGP) OP Singh, WHO had bimanual over the report back to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on his arrival from Indian capital.
Police inspector Subodh Kumar Singh and his team had gone to the village on Mon to tackle a furious mob after they came under fire.
On video, mob is seen chasing the policemen and shouting: “Maaro (attack), take his gun!”
The post-mortem report aforementioned that Subodh Kumar Singh was attacked with a pointy weapon before being shot within the head.
Meanwhile, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Fri known as the Bulandshahr incident associate “accident”.
Earlier, he had aforementioned the incident was results of a “big conspiracy” however at a media event in urban center on Fri, he aforementioned that the incident was truly associate accident.
“Uttar Pradesh mein koi mob murder ki ghatna nahi hui hai… Bulandshahr mein jo Movement of Holy Warriors wo ek durghatna thi… Kanoon apna kaam kar raha hai…kisi ki bakhsha nahi jayega. (No mob murder happened in Uttar Pradesh. What happened in Bulandshahr was a case of accident. Law is taking its own course and therefore the guilty won’t be spared.),” he said.
The police have inactive eight defendant within the case.(FA9NEWS)