A primary info report (FIR) was registered against former director normal of police (DGP) Jagmohan Yadav for allegedly insulting and assaulting a village head in Tarahathi Kilhapur village in Jaunpur district of Uttar Pradesh.
The FIR was registered following a grievance by the village head Chandresh Kumar Gupta.
Based on police, a crew of income personnel and consolidation officer together with his crew have been current on the village secretariat in Tarahathi village to deal with complaints of the locals.
Gupta, Tarahathi’s village head and former block chief Brij Lal Yadav have been additionally sitting in the village secretariat.
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Former DGP Yadav had additionally reached the village secretariat the place they’d an altercation, mentioned police.
Police mentioned that Yadav allegedly assaulted Gupta through the use of unparliamentary language and assaulted him.
Gupta filed a grievance alleging that the previous DGP insulted and beat him up.
An FIR was registered against Yadav below part 323 (Punishment for voluntary inflicting damage), 504 (intentional insult) and 506 (felony intimidation) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), mentioned a senior police official.
Circle officer, Machhali Shahar, Atar Singh mentioned, an FIR has been registered against Yadav below related sections of IPC following a grievance by village head alleging that former DGP beat him up and threatened him. Additional investigation is underway.