CM Yogi ordered strict action in shameful act with young man in Deoria

In Deoria, the matter of shameful act by showing the boy as real has reached CM Yogi Adityanath. Taking cognizance of the incident, the CM has ordered strict action in this case.

Significantly, with the beating of a boy over a land dispute in Deoria, the strongholds indulged in shameful action with him. As soon as the matter was caught on social media on Sunday, the police hurriedly registered three cases and took three accused into custody. BJP leaders also met the SP and demanded strict action regarding the matter.

Construction work of Chahar Diwari of the house of Anishchandra Dwivedi, resident of Chakradhus Pansarahi village of Sadar Kotwali area is going on. Two-three days ago there was a dispute with the family of Satish Yadav, who lived in the neighborhood, about the construction work. Aneesh’s father Chandrabhan Dwivedi came to Deoria on Saturday for some important work at home. Anish was coming to Deoria by bike to pick him up in the evening.

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They allege that Satish Yadav, Vinod Yadav, Nanhe Yadav and Govind Yadav stopped him near Sakrapar graveyard and attacked him with torture and beat him up. Not only this, they also threatened that if they told anyone about the incident, the consequences would be very bad. Aneesh reached home and informed the family and made a video about the whole incident and went viral on Facebook and Twitter. As soon as the video went viral, the matter started catching up on Sunday.

As soon as the police officers came to know about this, the accused were taken into custody while filing a case late in the evening. BJP district president Antaryami Singh and other leaders also met the SP regarding the incident. Along with this, the Chief Minister’s Media Advisor Shalabh Mani Tripathi also spoke to the SP and demanded strict action.


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