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Death of Dalit youth beaten in Ambedkar Nagar, family accuses police

A case of death of a Dalit youth has been reported due to beating of police in Ambedkarnagar, Uttar Pradesh. The family members of the deceased have given a complaint to the police for filing a case alleging beating and torture. At the same time, the police have denied the allegations of beating. Recently, a case of death of a young man from Azamgarh was also reported in police custody in Ambedkar Nagar.

According to the information, the 45-year-old son of Niranjan, a resident of Kodara village of Tanda police station area of ​​Ambedkaranagar, was arrested by the police on March 24 in a registered case at Tanda police station, during which the police challaned Shantibhang by giving bail to Chandan on March 26. Had left After being released from police custody, on March 28, Chandan’s sudden condition became critical. Seeing the condition, the family was taking Chandan to the hospital that Chandan died on the way.

According to Chandan’s wife Urmila, according to Urmila, after coming home, husband Chandan had told that the police beat him up in custody. According to family members, Chandan had very deep bruises on his body. According to the family, the police of Tanda Kotwali also took a bribe of 32 thousand rupees to leave through broker Ajay Chaurasia after the capture.

Urmila, the wife of the deceased Chandan, is alleged to have suffered severe injuries to her husband due to police beatings, due to which her husband’s condition suddenly worsened and he died on the way to the hospital. Urmila has lodged in the police station for two days to file a case against the culprits alleging beating and torture.

At the same time, the police denied the allegations of beating in this case. In this case, the police say that Chandan was arrested by the police on March 26 in a case registered in Tanda Kotwali. On March 26, before challaning Shantibhang, the police also conducted a health test at the CHC, which did not mention any injuries. Police say that Chandan had eaten at a banquet in the village after coming out of bail. After this, his condition worsened and he died. According to the police, no injuries etc. have been found in the post mortem.

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