Aligarh: People beat Bengal Police came to arrest BJP leader

Lucknow: A case of beating up of Bengal police in a room by locals who went to Aligarh in Uttar Pradesh to arrest a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader has come to light. According to media reports, BJP leader Yogesh Varshney had announced a reward of Rs 11 lakh for beheading Mamata Banerjee.


The statement was made by Varshney four years ago after lathi-charge on Hindu organization workers. The Bengal police had reached Aligarh on Friday (September 17) in the same case. But here the locals locked the Bengal police room in a room and thrashed it badly. They were rescued by Aligarh police after a late-night ruckus. In the video that is going viral, people are beating the Bengal police saying that they will get you played. Three cases have reportedly been registered against Varshney in Kolkata over Mamata Banerjee's beheaded statement.


On September 17, Sub Inspector Shubhashish and Sepoy Alamgir of West Bengal CID reached Aligarh in plain clothes with arrest and attachment notices at the house of former Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (Bhajumo) divisional president Yogesh Varshney. Though the Bengal Police has come to Aligarh earlier to arrest Yogesh, the way he was treated on Friday had never happened before.

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