Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has given strict orders to the state police department after the death of Kanpur businessman Manish Gupta during a police raid at a hotel in Gorakhpur.
UP, Uttar Pradesh, Kanpur, Manish Gupta Death Case, CM Yogi, Yogi Adityanath, UP Police, News: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has given a strict order to the state police department after the death of Kanpur-based businessman Manish Gupta during a police raid in a hotel in Gorakhpur under suspicious circumstances. In this order, CM Yogi Adityanath has ordered the dismissal of police officers and policemen involved in very serious crimes. The tainted employee will not be deputed to an important post in the area.Also Read – Drunk neighbor raped third grade girl, sent to jail
Following the Kanpur incident, CM Yogi Adityanath has ordered the dismissal from service of Police officers/personnel who are involved in very serious crimes. Tainted personnel will not be deputed to important position in field: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister’s Office (CMO)
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Order of dismissal from service of police officers / personnel involved in serious crimes
According to the order issued from the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister’s Office (CMO), “Following the Kanpur incident, CM Yogi Adityanath has ordered the dismissal from service of police officers/personnel involved in very serious offences. The tainted employee will not be deputed to an important post in the area. Also Read – UP: FIR registered against National Gold Council President for threatening to kill Bhim Army Chief
Under no circumstances should the guilty persons be spared
At the same time, on the death of Manish Gupta under suspicious circumstances, Uttar Pradesh ADG (Law and Order) Prashant Kumar said, “Clear instructions have been given from the headquarters level and from the government level that the guilty persons should not be spared under any circumstances and the people there. The ADG and DIG ranges should thoroughly test everything. ADG Prashant Kumar said, on the complaint of the wife of the deceased, some financial grant was also announced from the government level by registering the case under appropriate sections.
We received info that on 27th Sept night, checking was done at a hotel. There were 3 people in a room, 2 of whom had IDs while the 3rd probably didn’t. He tried to flee, fell down & got injured. He was taken to hospital where he died: ADG (L&O)on death of businessman Manish Gupta pic.twitter.com/gB12f7YKQx
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Estate businessman Manish Gupta died in Gorakhpur Medical College after being beaten up by the police.
Let us tell you that on the intervening night of 27-28 September on Monday, 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 accuses police of assault
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.
A murder case has also been registered against six policemen
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.