MP: FIR registered against BSP party workers as they made their own police force in Sidhi

Sidhi: Workers from the Bahujan Samaj Party in Madhya Pradesh's Sidhi district have found it difficult to form their own police force (BSP Private Police). In fact, the City Kotwali police have filed a complaint against the fictitious officers, including the BSP head, for allegedly abusing a public servant's uniform in a criminal plot. According to current information, police have filed a complaint against more than three people under six separate sections. Let me inform you that BSP employees founded their own police force some time ago. Not only that, but they also built their own police station and put them in command of it.

He even appointed a policeman at the same time. People in this town were taken aback when officers with three stars, two stars, and one star on their shoulders marched through the streets, from constables to police station in-charge. Those dressed in costumes like traffic cops were imposters. "We are tormented," BSP district president Ramkhelavan Rajak remarked in this instance. We have undertaken security precautions as a result of this. He established his own police force with the approval of his national leadership. On Sunday, the police station's in charge, kotwali, received information from the informer that some people were strolling around in Yatayat police uniforms.

Deputy Inspector Dharmendra Singh Rajput of Thana Kotwali went with hamrah employees and arrived to Sarafa Bazar after learning of this. "The accused, although not being official members of the traffic police or the police organisation, generated confusion among the public by donning police uniforms," the police claim in this case. BSP leaders Ramkhelavan Rajak Ramraj Panika and Suryabhan Saket, as well as another individual, were seen wandering about in traffic police uniforms, according to the sub-inspector. When the cops arrived, all of the defendants escaped. More than three people have been charged with exploiting a public servant's uniform in a criminal conspiracy, according to police. 'A case has been lodged under six separate provisions,' police added.

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