The Uttar Pradesh (UP) Police Particular Job Drive (STF) on early Friday morning gunned down one suspect and arrested two others in reference to the August 30 assault on a lady police constable, officers stated.
The deceased assailant has been recognized as Anish, and the 2 arrested assailants, who suffered accidents in police firing, have been recognized as Azad and Vishwambhar Dayal, stated a senior STF official.
Particular director common of police (legislation and order) Prashant Kumar stated, “As per the data acquired from subject officers, Anish, the prime accused of the incident of assault on a girls constable onboard Saryu Categorical, was injured in an encounter with the police in Pura Kalandar, Ayodhya, who later succumbed to the accidents. His two other aides – Azad and Vishambhar Dayal Dubey have been injured and arrested in Ayodhya district.”
In keeping with the police, the girl head constable stationed in Sultanpur, was en path to Ayodhya for her Sawan Mela obligation when she was attacked by miscreants after an argument over seats on a prepare.
(*2*)The assailants attacked her with a pointy weapon, in which she suffered accidents to her face and sustained two fractures to her cranium.
She was discovered unconscious contained in the prepare compartment of Saryu Categorical at Ayodhya Cannt railway station on August 30, police stated.
Police stated that the girl constable has been beneath therapy at Lucknow’s King George Medical College since then.
The STF officers stated the accused have been stalking and misbehaving with the girl cop after discovering her alone in the prepare compartment.
Police stated that the girl constable confronted them and overpowered one in every of them after which the trio collectively attacked her and fled leaping out of the prepare when it slowed down earlier than Ayodhya Cantt railway station.
Earlier, the Allahabad excessive court docket had issued directives to senior police authorities to take the assault on the girl cop significantly after which UP STF was pressed into the matter.