Rudrapur, July 30
Cases lodged in opposition to 150 individuals for allegedly attacking a police station, after a key was jabbed into a person’s brow by a policeman, will likely be withdrawn, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat stated on Thursday.
Rawat gave the reassurance to a delegation of residents of Rudrapur’s Rampura ward, led by the sufferer’s grandfather, that met him on his go to right here.
“No action will be taken against any Rampura resident and all the 150 cases lodged against unidentified people in connection with the incident will be withdrawn,” Rawat stated.
Police had lodged instances in opposition to 150 unidentified individuals for attacking the Kotwali within the wake of the incident.
A policeman had allegedly jabbed a key into the brow of a person following an argument over not sporting a helmet in Rudrapur space of Uttarakhand late on Monday night, leaving him injured.
People gathered on the spot after the incident and created a ruckus demanding motion in opposition to the policemen. DG (Law and Order) Ashok Kumar had stated that three police personnel, together with a sub-inspector, have been suspended in reference to the incident. PTI