Subrata Pathak, a BJP member of parliament from Kannauj, and 51 other people have been charged with attacking police officers and causing injuries to three sub-inspectors and four constables.
According to Station House Officer (SHO), Kotwali police station, Ajay Awasthi, a FIR has been filed in response to the allegation of wounded Sub Inspector (SI) Hakim Singh, which names 10 people, including Pathak, and 42 other people.
Sub Inspectors Hemant Kumar, Tarun Singh, and Constables Rohit Lavania, Subhash Kumar, and Neeraj Kumar are also among the wounded. He said that all of them had been sent to the neighbourhood hospital for a physical.
The police outpost in charge of Mandi Samiti, Hakim Singh, said in his complaint that on Friday night he got instructions to assist the Unnao police, who had come here to perform a raid in relation to an abduction case. The latter was occupied by five gym members.
A young person arrived to the police outpost where the five were being brought and yelled for their immediate release. When the Unnao police attempted to take them along, they also made an effort to escape. The MP arrived to the scene with his security guard Sachet Pandey approximately 15 minutes later after one of them phoned BJP leader Subrata Pathak, according to the SI.
The victim said that when the MP enquired about the in charge as soon as he got out of the vehicle and was pointed in the direction of Hakim Singh, he grabbed hold of his collar. He further claimed that when colleagues attempted to help him, more than 40 people assaulted them and tore their uniforms.
The MP fled the scene with his followers when police from other stations arrived, the complaint said. According to SHO Awasthi, efforts are being made to contact the MP.
In addition to section 7 of the Criminal Procedure Code, a FIR has been filed under sections 147 (rioting), 148 (mischief with a deadly weapon), 332 (obstructing public servant), 353 (obstructing public servant in the performance of his duty), 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace), 506 (criminal intimidation), 427 (causing damage to the amount of 50 or more), and 427 (attempt to forc
Akhilesh Yadav, the leader of the opposition (LoP), said in a Tweet that the people is interested in learning when Pathak would be detained.
“Today’s breaking news: Police have filed a FIR against BJP legislator Subrata Pathak from Kannauj…People are wondering when he will be taken into custody. The Samajwadi Party president questioned if the cops should hide behind the bulldozers to avoid these BJP personnel in order to save their lives.