Ghazipur violence: UP cop not killed accidentally, but was "targetted"

01 Jan 2019 03:21 PM

Ghazipur violence: UP cop not killed accidentally, but was "targetted"

Updated 01 Jan 2019 03:21 PM

In a major revelation in the killing of UP constable Suresh Vats who died in the unfortunate stone-pelting incident in Ghazipur after PM’s rally, an eye-witness revealed that Vats was not accidentally killed in the stone-pelting incident, but was especially targeted by a group of people who impounded him and attacked him with stones. The witness also told that when force reached the spot, Vats was somehow taken to a hospital.

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