Uttar Pradesh: Dead body of a police found in a farm in Meerut
The body found in a mysterious circumstances of a soldier in Meerut. According to the information, the soldier was posted at Kasba Chowki of Phalavada in Meerut district and on Friday morning the body was recovered from sugarcane field.
new Delhi : In the past , after the death of a policeman in a stone pelting on the vehicles coming back after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally (PM Modi Rally) in Ghazipur in Uttar Pradesh, a body of a soldier was found dead in mysterious circumstances in Meerut. According to the information, the soldier was posted at Kasba Chowki of Phalavada in Meerut district and on Friday morning the body was recovered from sugarcane field. After receiving the body of the soldier in mysterious circumstances, the sensation spread in the police station. The police has sent the dead body to the postmortem and started investigating the incident.
In this case, CO Pankaj Kumar Singh told that the team of Forensic, Crime Branch and FSL has captured evidence from the spot. The incident is being examined closely. They said that the police have also recovered pistols and cartridges from the dead body. On the other hand, according to Kartar Singh, in-charge of Phalavada police station, 26-year-old Ankur was posted on the Phavavada township of Mangalora village in Shamli district. At midnight at around 12 o’clock he went to sleep in the barracks. On Friday morning, Ankur’s body was found lying in sugarcane field from a former member, about 800 meters from the post. Three kiosks and two cartridges were also recovered from the spot with 315 bore tampees. Upon receipt of information about the incident, the top police officers of the department reached the spot. The investigation has started.
Let us tell you that after the program of PM Modi in Ghazipur, people of Nishad blocked the city many places. Constable Suresh Vats and his team were returning to the people of the Nishad community who are performing in the way while they were returning. When the police team tried to remove people from the road, the crowd started throwing stones, in which constable Sunil Watts was injured. He was immediately taken to the hospital, but could not be saved. It is noteworthy that earlier in the violence in Bulandshahr, the policeman named Subodh Kumar Singh had lost his life.