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Kanpur businessman dies due to police beating in Gorakhpur, opposition attacks Yogi government

Real estate businessmen had gone for a walk in Gorakhpur. In the night itself, the police brutally beat him up in the hotel room.

Lucknow: A businessman from Kanpur died due to beating by the police in Gorakhpur. Manish Gupta, a 36-year-old real estate businessman from Kanpur, had gone to Gorakhpur. He was in a hotel with two friends. It is alleged that the police went to the hotel in the night and unnecessarily assaulted Manish Gupta, due to which he died. First the police gave many statements, but then on the complaint of Manish’s wife, a case has been registered against 6 police personnel. These include the SHO. There has been a ruckus after the incident. Real estate businessman Manish Gupta had gone for a walk in Gorakhpur.Also Read – In Meerut, ‘Bullet Raja’ got a challan of 16 thousand, now threatened with self-immolation

The opposition is also attacking the Yogi government regarding this incident. Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi, while commenting on the death of a Kanpur businessman allegedly due to thrashing of policemen, said that the Uttar Pradesh police is “soft” on criminals and treats common people “barbarically”. Priyanka tweeted, “A businessman in Gorakhpur was beaten up by the police so much that he died. Due to this incident, fear is prevailing among the people of the entire state. He said, “It is the state of jungle raj in this government that the police are soft on criminals and behave barbarously with the common people.” Party sources said that Priyanka spoke to the family of the late businessman Manish on phone on Wednesday evening and expressed grief. He assured all possible help to get justice. Also Read – UP Election 2022: Shivpal Yadav wants to strengthen SP even after forming a separate party, told this reason

SP President Akhilesh Yadav tweeted, “Police brutality killed a young businessman in Gorakhpur. This is very sad and condemnable. This is the result of the violent culture of encounters that the BJP government of Uttar Pradesh has given birth to. At the same time, BSP President Mayawati tweeted, “Three night raids were conducted in the hotel by the police of Gorakhpur, the home district of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister. The barbaric treatment of traders and the death of one of them is a very sad and shameful incident. Also Read – Mihir Bhoj Caste Controversy: The name of CM Yogi written on the stone plate was sooted, investigation started

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Significantly, on Monday night, 36-year-old real estate businessman Manish Gupta, resident of Kanpur, was staying with his two friends Pradeep and Hari Chauhan in a hotel in Ramgarhtal police station area. Late night the police had reached the hotel for inspection. During the inspection, it was found that three people are staying in a room on the basis of the identity card of Chandan Saini, a resident of Mahadeva Bazar in Sikriganj, Gorakhpur. Manish, who was injured after allegedly being beaten up by the police during interrogation on suspicion, died in the Gorakhpur Medical College under suspicious circumstances.

Manish’s wife Meenakshi accused the police of assault and said that due to this her husband died. However, the police denied the allegation saying that Manish was in an inebriated state and during interrogation he had suffered a head injury after falling on the ground which led to his death. Meenakshi had tweeted and demanded Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to register a case against the accused policemen.

His friends who stayed in the room with Manish told that they had come on the invitation of Chandan Saini, a businessman from Gorakhpur. The Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) has handed over the investigation of the case to the Superintendent of Police (City) after suspending six policemen including Ramgarhtal station in-charge JN Singh and Phalmandi police station in-charge Akshay Mishra on Tuesday itself. A case of murder has also been registered against the six policemen accused in this case.

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