The Uttar Pradesh Police on Monday filed 19 FIRs in reference to the Hathras case. Prashant Kumar, Additional Director General of Police, legislation and order, claimed a pre-planned conspiracy to push the state into turmoil. The state police was dealing with a barrage of criticism from the opposition ranks over its dealing with of the case.
“Under a pre-planned conspiracy, few political workers were involved in disturbing law and order situation in Hathras. They even spread rumours to incite general public. We have registered cases under relevant sections against them,” Kumar stated.
He knowledgeable that police have listed sedition, conspiracy, and selling non secular hatred within the western Uttar Pradesh district.
“We have also registered case against few for trying to disturb communal harmony by circulating a viral audio related to inciting Hathras victim’s family, pressuring them for making wrong statements and enticing them with Rs 50 lakh offer,” the highest cop stated, including that 5 individuals have been arrested thus far in reference to the case.
The police’s motion comes a day after Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath claimed that the Hathras incident was being exploited by those that had been upset at his authorities’s efficiency within the nation’s most populous state. He even requested BJP staff to expose those that need to incite caste and communal riots.
“Those who do not like development, they want to incite caste and communal riots in the country and state and want to stop development,” Adityanath had stated.
The sufferer was allegedly assaulted by 4 males at her village in Hathras district on September 14. She was left with severe accidents. The sufferer succumbed to accidents later.
The UP police have claimed that there was no rape and cited a forensic report to attest its model. However, the police’s declare has been questioned by many together with the opposition leaders who’re accusing the Yogi Adityanath authorities of attempting to cowl up.
Meanwhile, the state police have additionally filed instances for violation of social distancing and different Covid security guidelines a a number of opposition leaders go to the sufferer’s residence.
“Few people violated COVID-19 norms in Hathras and police had to retort to using force and take action against them. We have also taken action against those involved in inflammatory posts on social media related to Hathras case,” Kumar instructed reporters.