Hardoi Exodus News: The government says that whoever shows hooliganism or bullying will be directly behind the bars, now in such a situation, the question arises that why there is no fear of police inside these dabangs. However, Inspector-in-Charge Raghavan Kumar Singh refused to know about the incident.
Hardoi. In Harpalpur of Hardoi district of UP, four scheduled caste families, stricken by the oppression of bullies, are forced to exodus from the village. The victims have pasted posters for the sale of their houses. At the same time, some people have written on their doors about selling the house with color. In this case, the police denied information about the incident and the officers are avoiding speaking anything in front of the camera.
Harpalpur Ram Vilas, his brother Kaushal, family members Pintu and Sanju, residents of village Chatarkha of Kotwali area, put up a poster of selling the house outside their houses after being fed up with the bullies of the village. According to Rajeshwari, wife of Ram Vilas, on October 14, some domineering people of the village itself abusing her, her husband Ram Vilas and father-in-law Rambhajan, threatening their lives and injuring them with sticks and sticks. It is alleged that the police did not take any action in this matter. Due to which the spirits of the attackers are raised. Now the domineering people are threatening the lives of the people of the four families. Due to lack of help from the police, all four decided to sell their houses and flee.
Police denied knowing about the matter
The government says that now whoever shows hooliganism or bullying will be directly behind the bars, now the question arises that why there is no fear of police inside these dabangs. However, Inspector-in-Charge Raghavan Kumar Singh refused to know about the incident. At the same time, in the whole matter asked by the journalists, the chairman of the Scheduled Tribes Commission of Uttar Pradesh, Ram Babu Harit said that we will see where is the matter and the CO has also been ordered to take action after an investigation in the whole matter.