A Policeman Died in Bulandshahr, But Adityanath's Focus Is Only on Cows

Bulandshahr violence In video main accused Yogesh Raj claims innocence Bajrang Dal asks him to surrender

Bulandshahr violence In the video Yogesh Raj said the people are “portraying me as if I am a history-sheeter.”

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

The government also announced that a road and a college will be named after the inspector who was killed in Monday's mob violence over alleged cow slaughter. Following his death, the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has announced an exgratia amount of Rs 10 lakh to the kin of the deceased while the District Magistrate (DM) has already offered Rs 5 lakh. "The police came to our house, called us to the police station and kept us there for four hours". However, only Sarfuddin and Sajid are named in the complaint filed by Bajrang Dal leader Yogesh Raj on the basis of which the police booked seven Muslims, including two children, in connection with the case on December 3.

The high-level meeting was followed by Yogi's order to probe the case and to find out the perpetrators behind the alleged cow slaughter. He was also the Investigating officer (IO) in the Akhlaq lynching case. Adityanath has now left Uttar Pradesh and is busy campaigning for the Bharatiya Janata Party in other states.

India's Hindu majority regards cows as holy and their slaughter is banned in most Indian states.

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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.

The second FIR names Raj, 26 others and 50-60 unidentified persons as accused under 17 charges relating to murder, sedition, arson and dacoity for the mob violence and the two deaths. The Ijtema concluded peacefully. "Some rowdy elements are the perpetrators of this incident".

Police have arrested four of 27 men named in a complaint after a police officer and a man were killed in the northern state's district of Bulandshahr as tens of thousands of Muslims gathered for a religious event.

The crowd also torched a police outpost, police jeeps and a few private vehicles during the violence, Kumar said. Following this, the police were informed about the incident.

"The chief minister has given assurance to the victim's family that they will remain like a family and there would not any disturbance in their studies", UP DGP OP Singh, who was also present at the meeting, told reporters.He said Adityanath had assured the family that education and house loans taken by them would be paid off by the government."The chief minister has assured us that he will remain with us in this hard time and will ensure justice for us".

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