The police have registered a case under provisions of the POCSO Act and IPC sections 306 (abetment to suicide), 354 (assault or criminal force to woman with intent to outrage her modesty), 452 (house-trespass after preparation for hurt, assault or wrongful restraint) among others
Saifi, a resident of Bulandshahr, was travelling to Loni at the time. He has alleged he was targeted because of his religion.
The accused is on the run.
The vendor, Nasir, was booked following a complaint by a local resident, Vishal Chauhan, that the shoes being sold by him had the word 'Thakur' written on it
Sub Inspector Raj Bahadur Rathi and Head Constable Jitendra Singh of Pahasu police station were attached to the district police lines after the video surfaced
Police had earlier said that the woman had allegedly set herself this morning due to stress.
The bypoll has been necessitated after Bulandshahr BJP MLA Virendra Singh Sirohi died in March this year.
The man, identified as Muqaddar Pahalwan, a resident of Jahangirabad area, has been sent to jail by a local court, the police said.
The victims were sleeping on the roadside when the bus crushed them.
Police Inspector Subodh Kumar Singh, 44, and civilian Sumit Kumar, 20, were killed during the mob violence on December 3 last year in Bulandshahr.
As soon as the seven accused in Bulandshahr lynching stepped out of jail, they were garlanded and greeted with slogans of 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai' and 'Vande Mataram'.
After the incident, the family members, along with others, took the two dead bodies and blocked National Highway 91 demanding a fair investigation into the matter.
Balmiki's (52) nephew, Lalit, had alerted the police about his uncle's demise in Khurja town in the afternoon, a senior police official said.
A total of 38 people, including local BJP and Bajrang Dal leaders, were arrested for the violence that broke out in Siyana tehsil of Bulandshahr on December 3.
The recovery comes nearly two months after the incident in Bulandshahr's Siana area where on December 3 a mob fought pitched battles with police , apparently after right-wing activists were angered by the discovery of cow carcasses strewn outside a village.
'In addition to the Rs. 50 lakh compensation offered by UP government, we too have donated Rs. 70 lakh on our own will,' said ADG, Meerut zone, Prashant Kumar.
Raj, a leader of the Hindutva outfit, was arrested on January 3 for his alleged role in the mob violence that killed a police officer and a local.
The Uttar Pradesh government has invoked National Security Act against the seven accused arrested in the December 3 cow slaughtering case that claimed lives of two people including a police inspector.
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