Fear of 'Baba's bulldozer', 5 gang rape accused surrendered themselves after reaching the police station

Lucknow: 'Baba's bulldozer' has created panic among criminals in Uttar Pradesh. On Thursday, five accused of gang rape in Ambedkar Nagar surrendered themselves to the police station in fear of bulldozers. The five accused had fled after gang-raping the minor girl in Jiuli village. The accused, who reached the police station with their relatives, apologized in front of SHO Jaiprakash Singh with folded hands.

The police had threatened to surrender after going to the house of the accused after being identified in the investigation. The police, who arrived with the bulldozer, had told the family members that if the accused did not surrender, the entire house would be bulldozed. Its effect was also visible and all the accused themselves came to the police station. Terming the bulldozer campaign as a 'danger plan', Ambedkar Nagar Police tweeted that, 'The wanted accused involved in the gang rape incident surrendered to the police station fearing the action of the Ambedkar Nagar police.'

According to the information given by the police, on March 29, six persons had carried out the gang rape in Jiuli village under Jaitpur police station area. One of the accused, Raviprakash Yadav, was arrested by the police on 6 April. Other accused Kamlesh, Shubham, Ramesh, Vijay Kumar, Jaihind were absconding.

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