The Uttar Pradesh police on Friday arrested one particular person in reference to the Ballia shooting incident. The arrested particular person was recognized as Devendra Pratap Singh, whereas police have additionally named eight different individuals within the FIR. According to the main points, almost 20 individuals have additionally been listed within the grievance. Meanwhile, BJP MLA Surendra Singh on Friday stated, “This is a casualty that can happen anywhere. In this incident, there was stone-pelting from both sides. The law will take its own course in the matter.”
While admitting that the accused is a member of the ruling BJP in Uttar Pradesh, MLA Surendra Singh additionally stated, “This is a casualty that can happen anywhere. In this incident, there was stone-pelting from both sides. The law will take its own course in the matter.”
Sub-divisional Justice of the Peace (SDM), Circle Officer (CO) and the station officer together with different policemen current on the time of the incident have been suspended following orders by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
Instructions have additionally been given for prison motion to show the position of officers within the incident.
An motion additionally has been initiated in opposition to the accused BJP leader within the case.
This is a tragic incident. One accused out of the eight individuals named within the FIR, has been arrested. No accused can be spared, and stern motion can be taken. All police personnel who had been deputed right here y’day have been suspended: Braj Bhushan, ADG Varanasi Zone on Ballia incident pic.twitter.com/AvXbvrS6cW
— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) October 16, 2020
The incident was reported on Thursday when a neighborhood BJP leader allegedly shot lifeless a man as a fracas broke out at a gathering attended by administration and police officers in Uttar Pradesh’s Ballia. According to the officers, the argument occurred over the allotment of ration retailers within the village.
Jai Prakash (46) was shot lifeless allegedly by Dhirendra Pratap Singh after the SDM determined to not go forward with the assembly as a consequence of a dispute between members of self-help teams, Superintendent of Police Devendra Nath stated.