Ghazipur stone-pelting incident: Son of deceased cop says 'UP Police cannot protect their own men'

30 Dec 2018 02:12 PM

Ghazipur stone-pelting incident: Son of deceased cop says 'UP Police cannot protect their own men'

Updated 30 Dec 2018 02:12 PM

Police constable Suresh Vats who lost his life in the stone-pelting incident in Uttar Pradesh’s Ghazipur while trying to control protesters, was paid homage on Sunday, amid heavy criticism of the government by the opposition parties in the state.

Vineet, son of the deceased cop, said while talking to ABP News what would the family do with compensation now when his father cannot come back. He further said "UP police cannot even protect its own men, how can we expect them to help us?"

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