Yogi Adityanath orders arrest of ‘cow killers’; maintains silence on cop death

Courtesy “Jantaka Reporter”

Courtesy “Jantaka Reporter”

"A high level probe has also been ordered", said UP DGP O P Singh.

She also blamed the UP Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath for the "deteriorating" condition of the state. The second casualty was Inspector Subodh Kumar Singh, who was found shot dead under mysterious circumstances.

Garg is the minister-in-charge for Etah, Subodh Singh's home district. They may have been angry over the police's and the administration's failures in preventing the alleged slaughter of the cattle, but the violent means they adopted can not be condoned.

The inspector, who has a wife and two sons living in Noida near Delhi, was declared dead when he was brought to the hospital.

Following the meeting, deceased policeman's elder son Shrey Pratap Singh said that the chief minister has assured them justice.

He said Adityanath had decided that the government would pay off the education loan that the family had taken.

Bulandshahr mob violence main accused Yogesh?Raj, who is on the run, released a video on Whatsapp today, claiming his innocence.

Many states, including Uttar Pradesh, have started enforcing bans on cow slaughter since the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party came to power in 2014. As of now only four persons have been arrested and police is now planning to send court notices of attachment of property of the absconding accused in the case. He is our district convenor, we are with him and he is innocent. Bajrang Dal leader Praveen Bhati asked.

"What happened here (violence at Chingrawathi police post) in the meantime, Yogesh Raj has got nothing to do with it".

Uttar Pradesh police chief O P Singh suggested there was "conspiracy" behind the violence. The men involved had allegedly turned up in tractors with what they alleged were cow carcasses, and had demanded action in the matter. "The cow carcass is being assumed to be at least two days old".

Violence broke out in Bulandshahr Monday after remains of a cattle were found in a field.

Subodh Kumar Singh was killed as police clashed with right wing Hindu groups who said police failed to halt the killing of cows in Uttar Pradesh state. As the officers scurried for cover, the men began to hurl stones and even bricks at them, Mr Asrey said in an interview on Monday. However, Singh's sister said, "We do not want money". This is not the first incident, he had bullet injuries twice before.

In a tweet, the Bulandshahr police said, as reported by The Indian Express, "Please don't spread misinformation".

"I have nothing to do with it. I will be cleared of all accusations", he said. A large crowd staged a blockade of the Bulandshahr-Dhar highway, carrying the cow carcass. The protestors also reportedly fired at the police. The officer died from gunshot wounds, district magistrate Anuj Jha told Reuters.

His wife Preeti claimed the police damaged their auto, broke windows of the house and assaulted her."One of the policeman wearing a black jacket hurled abuses at me".

"One of the policeman wearing a black jacket hurled abuses at me". The group claimed they were lodging the complaint as their Hindu sentiments were hurt.

Trump expected to pick State spokeswoman for UN ambassador
China demands release of Huawei executive arrested in Canada