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The injured were taken to the district hospital by the police.
In Gorakhpur, late in the evening, during a land dispute, the population attacked a young man with a shovel. in which he was seriously injured. The incident happened late in the evening near Ramghat in Rajghat region.
The seriously injured were taken to the district hospital by the police. It is alleged that the treatment was in progress, while outpost manager Kunwar Gaurav Singh came. Monu’s relatives sparked a ruckus accusing the police of doing nothing. Accusing the outpost in charge of arbitrariness, he also started making videos from his mobile.
The outpost in charge grabbed the cell phone. His video is also going viral on social media. On the orders of SP City Krishna Kumar Vishnoi, the police started investigating the case.
Monu Nishad’s son (23), Yogendra Nishad, has a land dispute with his Pattidars. There have also been fights on both sides in the past.
The land dispute continued with the Pattidars
Monu Nishad’s son (23), Yogendra Nishad, a resident of Chakra Topper in Rajghat region, has a land dispute with his Pattidars. There have also been fights on both sides in the past. On Saturday, Monu was present near the village. It is alleged that during this time the accused surrounded him and beat him mercilessly. Those present intervened, calmed the matter and informed the police.
20-25 people started making a ruckus
Upon information, the police rushed the injured to the district hospital. People aged 20 to 25 have arrived here. Instead of taking action against the accused, the police also began to mistreat the victims. While protesting this, the police also beat some people on the victim’s side. The victim side started making videos from the mobile phone about this police action.
The police chased away the crowd
It is alleged that the outpost in charge seized the cell phone. Soon the crowd grew and the protest started to get fierce. Thereupon, the police used moderate force and cleared the crowd from the hospital premises.
SP City Krishna Kumar Vishnoi said the injured were admitted to hospital. Some people created a ruckus by blaming the police. The police refused to make videos from mobile phones so that the treatment could be carried out. The first priority was to provide proper treatment to the injured.