UP News Bulandshahr Fearing Encounter Criminals Reached Police Station Placard Neck ANN


UP News: Fearing a one-on-one encounter in UP’s Bulandshahr, two youths reached the police station today with placards around their necks and apologizing to the police, asking them to arrest themselves and promising not to commit crimes in future. Let us tell you that both the accused have been booked under 307 at Secunderabad police station. Let us tell that the criminals who reached Secunderabad police station by putting a placard around their neck were wanted in the case of serious sections like 307.

The accused side had attacked the police
Criminals Atiq and Shahrukh used to say that we want to leave the world of crime and come to the mainstream. By writing this slogan, both the accused reached the police station by putting a placard around their neck. At the same time, both the accused had made a deadly attack on a youth resident of the city. When the police team that went to raid two days ago was also attacked by the accused side. For which the police had registered a case in which the accused were absconding. At the same time, today, the chief accused Atiq and Shahrukh, who reached the police station themselves, surrendered due to the fear of encounter.

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Cases are registered in these sections
On this matter, SSP Shlok Kumar said that a few days ago a case was registered at Secunderabad police station. In which some people wanted. When the police team reached there, the people present there opposed the team. A case was registered in this regard under relevant sections. Two criminals related to this have surrendered at the police station today. After detailed interrogation, they are being sent to judicial custody.

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