Moradabad: An SP councilor who allegedly beat up BJP activists for wearing a red turban has been booked by the police.

Amar Ujala Bureau, Moradabad

Published by: Prashant Kumar
Wednesday, 15 December 2021 11:11 PM Updated to IST

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Civil Lines Station in-charge Ravindra Pratap Singh said an inquiry was underway. We will take appropriate action based on the facts.

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The SP councilor, who lives at the Civil Lines police station in Moradabad, alleged that BJP activists beat him on the way, threw red turbans in the air, stole money and threatened him. The victim lodged a complaint at the police station against all the six under three names. Police have launched an investigation into the case.

Sudesh Kumar, a resident of Asiana Phase 3 at the Civil Lines Police Station, said in his complaint to the police station that he was an SP councilor. They were returning to their home around 12 noon on Wednesday. On the way Dhaba was surrounded by six people on the way as they approached the temple. Among them were two fathers, another, and three unidentified individuals. Sudesh said I wore a red turban on my head. With this he started abusing me.

The councilor says he was beaten when he protested and had his turban pulled off his head and thrown into the air. The accused then threatened and took Rs 7,000 from his pocket and fled. The councilor says all the accused are not BJP activists. Upon receiving the information, the police rushed the councilor to the district hospital for treatment.

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The SP councilor, who lives at the Civil Lines police station in Moradabad, alleged that BJP activists beat him on the way, threw red turbans in the air, stole money and threatened him. The victim lodged a complaint at the police station against all the six under three names. Police have launched an investigation into the case.

Sudesh Kumar, a resident of Asiana Phase 3 at the Civil Lines Police Station, said in his complaint to the police station that he was an SP councilor. They were returning to their home around 12 noon on Wednesday. On the way, as we approached the temple, we were surrounded by six people. Among them were two fathers, another, and three unidentified individuals. Sudesh said I wore a red turban on my head. With this he started abusing me.

The councilor says he was beaten when he protested and had his turban pulled off his head and thrown into the air. The accused then threatened and took Rs 7,000 from his pocket and fled. The councilor says all the accused are not BJP activists. Upon receiving the information, the police rushed the councilor to the district hospital for treatment.

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