The SP leaders of Varanasi submitted a memorandum in the name of the Governor to ADM Civil Supplies.
SP’s MLC Ashutosh Sinha from Varanasi has raised the demand for a CBI inquiry after the death of Kanpur’s Jitendra Srivastava in police custody. Ashutosh Sinha has given a memorandum addressing ADM Civil Supplies in the name of the Governor. It was told that Jitendra Srivastava has died in police custody. Wrote a letter to the Governor that the youth has died due to the beating of the Uttar Pradesh Police. At the same time, the figures of such deaths are increasing wildly in this government. The image of UP Police has changed from protector to eater. Such heart-wrenching incidents have come to the fore in many districts this month. This has created an atmosphere of great resentment and fear among the people of the state.
Jitendra Srivastava, a resident of IIT Society located in Kalyanpur, Kanpur, was first detained by the police on suspicion of theft. After this he was brutally beaten up by the policemen. The condition became critical and the person died two days ago. SP leaders said that hundreds of belt marks were found on the body of the deceased in the post-mortem. Due to this his whole body had turned black. The heinous act of the police can be traced from this. Ashutosh Sinha said that the police is misusing its position and rights by keeping all the rules, laws and systems in place. Punitive action against policemen is very important. so that such acts are not repeated.
50 lakhs financial help and job also sought
MLC Sinha has said that along with the CBI investigation, financial assistance of 50 lakhs to the relatives of the deceased and a job to a family member. Along with this, a case of murder should be registered against the guilty policemen and they should be sacked immediately. Atul Srivastava, Rahul Srivastava, Amit Srivastava, Piyush Srivastava, Ramakant Jaiswal, Kaladhar Tiwari, Munna Lal Yadav, Advocate Imran Khan, DP Singh, Ashwini Singh and Balwant Singh were present among those who gave memorandum to civil supplies.