Crime – Shops closed at Kachla Ghat in protest against beating of ward member

People gathered at Kachla Ganga Ghat. Dialogue
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Ujhani/Turtle. Angry people created a ruckus on Wednesday for the second day due to the lack of action in the case of beating up Nagar Panchayat member Mukesh at Gangaghat on Tuesday afternoon. He closed the shops on the ghat in the direction of Kasganj district. The CO and the Inspector-in-Charge also reached the spot. First the accused were arrested and then after explaining to the angry people, shops were opened.
It is alleged that on Tuesday, three-four sailors resident of Pankhiangala had committed indecency with Mukesh. Mukesh told that these sailors had got boats written on their boats. Along with this, a wire of generator was put in the Ganges for earthing the repair of boats. Due to this, there was a possibility of current flowing in the Ganges. When they protested, they were beaten up. He was also drowned twice in the Ganges during the beating. For action, Mukesh informed the outpost in-charge Satyapal Singh at the same time but he did not take action.
Since Mukesh is associated with the BJP, around 10 a.m. on Wednesday, many people got the prasad and sweets shops closed at the Kasganj district end of Gangaghat. There was a commotion for a long time. After this, District Panchayat members Rajesh Kumar, Rajesh Tomar, Munish Raghav and Neeraj Sharma also reached. Seeing the deteriorating atmosphere, the outpost in-charge called CO Gajendra Singh Khotriya and in-charge inspector Bijendra Singh along with the police force. In view of the anger of the people, the police officers registered a report against Saddam and Nazir among the accused and got them arrested. Later, on the persuasion of the CO, the shopkeepers opened their establishments.

On Tuesday, a complaint was not lodged in the Kotwali regarding the beating of the Nagar Panchayat member. On Wednesday, people kept shops closed on the ghat for some time. Both the accused have been arrested. Shops have opened. The situation is normal.
– Gajendra Singh Kshotriya, CO

Ujhani/Turtle. Angry people created a ruckus on Wednesday for the second day due to the lack of action in the case of beating up Nagar Panchayat member Mukesh at Gangaghat on Tuesday afternoon. He closed the shops on the ghat in the direction of Kasganj district. The CO and the Inspector-in-Charge also reached the spot. First the accused were arrested and then after explaining to the angry people, shops were opened.

It is alleged that on Tuesday, three-four sailors resident of Pankhiangala had committed indecency with Mukesh. Mukesh told that these sailors had got boats written on their boats. Along with this, a wire of generator was put in the Ganges for earthing the repair of boats. Due to this, there was a possibility of current flowing in the Ganges. When they protested, they were beaten up. He was also drowned twice in the Ganges during the beating. For action, Mukesh informed the outpost in-charge Satyapal Singh at the same time but he did not take action.

Since Mukesh is associated with the BJP, around 10 a.m. on Wednesday, many people got the prasad and sweets shops closed at the Kasganj district end of Gangaghat. There was a commotion for a long time. After this, District Panchayat members Rajesh Kumar, Rajesh Tomar, Munish Raghav and Neeraj Sharma also reached. Seeing the deteriorating atmosphere, the outpost in-charge called CO Gajendra Singh Khotriya and in-charge inspector Bijendra Singh along with the police force. In view of the anger of the people, the police officers registered a report against Saddam and Nazir among the accused and got them arrested. Later, on the persuasion of the CO, the shopkeepers opened their establishments.



On Tuesday, a complaint was not lodged in the Kotwali regarding the beating of the Nagar Panchayat member. On Wednesday, people kept shops closed on the ghat for some time. Both the accused have been arrested. Shops have opened. The situation is normal.

– Gajendra Singh Kshotriya, CO