UP man alleges cops hammered nails into hand, leg for not wearing mask

A 28-year-old labourer in Bareilly district on Wednesday accused the police of hammering nails into his hand and a leg two days in the past after detaining him for not wearing a mask in public. The police denied the allegation, and claimed that he inflicted the accidents on himself to keep away from arrest in a case of assault on a constable.

The 28-year-old resident of the district’s Jogi Navada space, recognized as Ranjit, levelled the allegations and precipitated an uproar on the workplace of the district police chief within the morning. There was a nail harm every in a hand and a leg. The police took him to the district hospital, the place he’s present process remedy at current.

Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Rohit Singh Sajwan mentioned an inquiry had revealed that Ranjit’s allegation was false.

The police claimed that the labourer was an alcoholic. In response to Baradari Station Home Officer (SHO) Sitanshu Sharma, on Could 24 constable Hari Om stopped Ranjit as he was roaming round inebriated. He did not have a mask on. When Hari Om objected, he allegedly began misbehaving. Ranjit allegedly hit Hari Om when the constable tried to catch him.

A case was lodged in opposition to the 28-year-old the identical day on the Baradari station.

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