BJP worker died in celebration of victory, created a ruckus"

Four policemen have been suspended in connection with the suspicious death of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) worker Satish Chauhan in Uttar Pradesh's Prayagraj. In this case it is alleged that Satish Chauhan, who was injured in stone pelting during the celebration of BJP's victory in Bahria's Nevada village, died. On the other hand, the police was accused of negligence in this case. Let us tell you that on this SSP Ajay Kumar suspended the Bahria station in-charge, one SI and two policemen. Yes, and along with this, a case has been registered against 10 named and 25 unknown people including the inspector.

In this case it is also being told that on Saturday evening in Mubarakpur village, BJP workers were dancing on DJ in celebration of victory. Meanwhile, one side pelted stones, in which 18-year-old Satish Chauhan was injured. On the other hand, SHO in-charge Bahria Ravi Prakash, SI Sanjay Yadav, constable Vikas Upadhyay and constable Deendayal Dubey have been suspended in this case and investigation was done. In fact, a celebration was being organized on the victory of BJP in Nevada village of Bahria in Prayagraj district. At the same time, in the procession taken out, stones and sticks were thrashed, in which many people were injured.

In this case it is alleged that Ganesh Chauhan had died during the beating. However, the father had given a complaint about his son's accident.  At the same time, after this, the accomplices of the deceased gave a separate complaint and protested against the incident at the Bahria police station, accusing the police station in-charge Ravi Prakash and Inspector Sanjay Yadav of beating up BJP workers Sunil Kumar Pasi and Praveen Kumar Pal. Along with this, he also accused of taking unilateral action. On the other hand, in this case, SSP Ajay Kumar said, 'SHO Bahria Ravi Prakash, SI Sanjay Yadav, constable Vikas Upadhyay and SHO Bahria Ravi Prakash, SI Sanjay Yadav and Deendayal Dubey has been suspended.

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