UP: During the ruckus in Unnao, the constable and Inspector Dinesh Mishra, who were protecting themselves with a plastic stool on their head, suspended, DGP expressed displeasure
During the ruckus after the death of two youths in a road accident in Unnao, Uttar Pradesh, the state's DGP HC Awasthi was quite agitated by the behavior of the local police (policemen protecting themselves with plastic stools). are angry. While stopping the riots, many policemen were seen protecting themselves with plastic stools, nuggets and other items. In this case, the DGP has sought an explanation from the Unnao SP as to why this was being done despite having an anti-riot device.
These pictures of policemen saving themselves through stools had become quite viral on social media. After this, DGP HC Awasthi, taking strict action, suspended the local police station. On the other hand, after the order, Unnao SP Anand Kulkarni has suspended Inspector Dinesh Mishra of Sadar Kotwali. Apart from this, two soldiers seen in the photo with stools and nuggets have also been suspended. Pictures of Head Constable Vijay Kumar and Police Line Constable Ramashray Yadav are being shared a lot on social media.
Investigation handed over to Additional SP of Rae Bareli
Unnao SP has sought clarification from Additional SP Shashishekhar Singh in this regard. Along with this, IG Laxmi Singh has entrusted the investigation of the whole matter to Additional SP, Rae Bareli. In this case, an explanation has been sought from CO City Unnao Kripashankar Singh, while outpost in-charge Magarwara Akhilesh Yadav has been suspended. Let us inform that on Wednesday, the police had reached empty handed without security resources to deal with the people who were making a nuisance over the death of two youths. The officers got angry after they saw stools, crates and wooden baskets in their hands instead of helmets on their heads. 18 policemen, including the inspector, were injured in the ruckus, stone pelting and vandalism that lasted for three hours.
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Let us inform that Rajesh and Vinay, residents of Devi Kheda village of Sadar Kotwali area, were coming to Unnao city by bike on Tuesday afternoon. Meanwhile, an SUV car coming from the wrong side near Magarwara outpost hit the bike-riding friends. Both died in the accident. Villagers were protesting to nab the culprits and compensate the victims, which turned violent on Wednesday. The relatives of the deceased along with the villagers blocked the road at Akrampur on the Unnao-Shuklaganj Rajdhani road, which was also pelted with stones at the police who came to open it.