Crime – A constable in Puwayan, two soldiers accused of missing one lakh jewelery

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Puwayan (Shahjahanpur). A youth has accused a constable and two constables posted at Puwayan police station of sending them to jail on false charges and missing cash and jewellery. The victim has been making rounds of the police station for the last two and a half months to get his jewellery. Far from returning the cash, jewellery, the constables are threatening to send the victim to jail again.
Pankaj Singh, a resident of Bujhiya village of Puwayan, alleges that on July 21, he was returning home from his maternal grandmother’s house on a bike. On the way, he stopped at Puwayan bus stand for some work. Then two constables of Puwayan police station who reached there took Pankaj and his maternal sister to the police station. On reaching the police station, the constables and a constable took the bag on the pretext of searching Pankaj. The bag contained two pairs of big anklets, two pairs of small anklets, a girdle, nettle waist, two gold rings, a gold seal, a silver talisman and Rs 21,300, which the soldiers took. Pankaj was beaten up in the police station for opposing this. Tortured by pouring petrol on delicate parts. When he asked to complain to the officials, the bike was seized. In the meantime his maternal sister somehow went to her house. On the other hand, on July 23, Pankaj was challaned for possessing a firearm. After getting bail, he went to the police station to ask for jewelery and cash, when the inspector and the soldiers refused to give. At the same time, the soldiers threatened that if they asked for jewelery and money, they threatened to send them to jail again in some case. However, even after this, Pankaj is making rounds of the police station to get his money and jewellery. Pankaj has requested the SP to get the matter investigated and get his money and jewellery.
I am not aware of such a matter. If a complaint has been sent to the Superintendent of Police, an inquiry will be conducted. Further action will be taken based on the inquiry report. – BS Veerkumar, CO Puwayan

Puwayan (Shahjahanpur). A youth has accused a constable and two constables posted at Puwayan police station of sending them to jail on false charges and missing cash and jewellery. The victim has been making rounds of the police station for the last two and a half months to get his jewellery. Far from returning the cash, jewellery, the constables are threatening to send the victim to jail again.

Pankaj Singh, a resident of Bujhiya village of Puwayan, alleges that on July 21, he was returning home from his maternal grandmother’s house on a bike. On the way, he stopped at Puwayan bus stand for some work. Then two constables of Puwayan police station who reached there took Pankaj and his maternal sister to the police station. On reaching the police station, the constables and a constable took the bag on the pretext of searching Pankaj. The bag contained two pairs of big anklets, two pairs of small anklets, a girdle, nettle waist, two gold rings, a gold seal, a silver talisman and Rs 21,300, which the soldiers took. Pankaj was beaten up in the police station for opposing this. Tortured by pouring petrol on delicate parts. When he asked to complain to the officials, the bike was seized. In the meantime his maternal sister somehow went to her house. On the other hand, on July 23, Pankaj was challaned for possessing a firearm. After getting bail, he went to the police station to ask for jewelery and cash, when the inspector and the soldiers refused to give. At the same time, the soldiers threatened that if they asked for jewelery and money, they threatened to send them to jail again in some case. However, even after this, Pankaj is making rounds of the police station to get his money and jewellery. Pankaj has requested the SP to get the matter investigated and get his money and jewellery.

I am not aware of such a matter. If a complaint has been sent to the Superintendent of Police, an inquiry will be conducted. Further action will be taken based on the inquiry report. – BS Veerkumar, CO Puwayan