February 19, 2019

Senior cop, another killed in Uttar Pradesh over dead cows

06 December 2018, 04:35 | Devin Moran

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Bulandshahr Violence Cop Killed

"These were suspected cow carcasses and the villagers were angry about it", Kumar told reporters.

"The UP Chief Minister directed officials for a thorough probe in the incident". "The police came to our house, called us to the police station and kept us there for four hours".

The video, in which Yogesh chants "Jai Shree Ram" and introduces himself as the Bulandshahr district convenor of the Bajrang Dal, has been played by several local news channels.

It is not clear whether the three-minute mobile phone video is original or edited and police said it would comment only after it is examined.

Two men accused of trying to molest a 20-year-old woman in northern India set her on fire two days later after she lodged a complaint with police, authorities and her family said. He wrote on Twitter that the guilty will be punished, and that the state government has promised "extraordinary pension" for the family and a government job for a family member.

Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Bulandshahr, Krishna B Singh said police were probing the matter and raids were being conducted to arrest the other accused.

The police inspector's family has alleged a police conspiracy in his death because he was probing the lynching of Mohammad Akhlaq.

The UP police chief had suggested on Wednesday that there was "conspiracy" behind the violence.

As tension prevailed in the area following the violence that lasted almost three hours, the Uttar Pradesh government deployed additional police, including over 1,000 personnel of anti-riot forces and ordered probes by a special investigation team, the intelligence department, and a magistrate.

"In the second incident, I was not present at the spot".

The mob in Chigrawati, according to eyewitnesses and police officers, quickly grew to include more than 300 people as those from nearby villages also joined in.

First, the carcasses of the cows were found in a the sugarcane fields near Mahaw village, then people reportedly carried these carcasses in tractors on the roads.

Police in Bulandshahr district, where the clashes occurred, have deployed additional personnel.

Agarwal, in the video, claims that it was Singh who created tension in the public over the dead cow carcasses after stopping Agarwal and his aides from taking them to the Chingrawathi police station to file an FIR over the alleged cow slaughter. Following this, the police were informed about the incident. The inspector, who was hit by a bullet near left eye and suffered head injury during stone-pelting, died of excessive bleeding before reaching the Aurangabad community health centre (CHC), an official said. The inspector died before he could be treated.

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