Uttarakhand’s further chief secretary accuses UP Police of implicating innocents

On Monday, Uttarakhand’s Additional Chief Secretary (ACS), Home, Radha Raturi, accused the Uttar Pradesh Police of “catching innocents to solve the case”, thus intensifying war of words between the police departments of the two states.

UP Police mentioned the bureaucrat’s remarks were “irresponsible and baseless”.

Raturi’s remarks came days after Gurpreet Bhullar, a woman, local BJP leader and block chief Gurtej Bhullar’s wife, was shot dead in Udham Singh Nagar district when locals clashed with a team of UP Police, which had a history. -Sheeter, identified as Jafar.

“Crime ought to be resolved and may be resolved correctly. And no innocent ought to be confirmed; this can be conjointly wrong. Typically, the UP Police will create certain Associate in Nursing for innocent persons; she says we’ve. Solved. This conjointly does not appear right (No innocent person ought to be caught. UP Police typically arrest innocent individuals and claim that they need to resolve the case. this can be wrong). If you penalise one innocent, ninety-nine criminals will be born. There ought to be a proper investigation of against the law, and solely the guilty ought to be reprimanded,” Raturi aforementioned throughout a news conference in Dehradun on Monday.

After the Udham Singh Nagar clash, the Uttarakhand Police had mentioned that it was not kept within the loop regarding the operation. However, the UP Police said it did. 2 separate FIRs were registered within the matter- one in each state.

Responding to the statement by Raturi, Uttar Pradesh Additional Director General (ADG), Law and Order, Prashant Kumar called the report “irresponsible and baseless”.

“Uttarakhand ACS Home has issued a feckless statement on faith in the facts. An official ought to avoid such statements, particularly a couple of matters about the most important and sensitive state. The statement is too bad and groundless,” he said.

After Prashant Kumar’s statement, Raturi clarified that what he meant was that no innocent person should be harassed. Raturi said, “The topic discussed during the press conference was that there should be a proper investigation… no innocent person should be implicated, and the police should only take action against those responsible.”

Uttarakhand DGP Ashok Kumar said in an audio statement that Raturi was meant to curb false cases completely to win the people’s trust. “UP Police is a very professional force. We interact daily and capture the criminals by mutual coordination.


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