Youth thrashed by UP police for not showing bike papers? Probing the viral news…..
The man who has been beaten up in the video is Rameshwar Pandey and the policeman in question is Sub-Inspector Devendra Mishra.
News which went viral
A video of policemen beating up a young man brutally has gone viral on social media from Siddharthnagar, UP. You must have seen this video on your social media timeline. Everyone is condemning policemen for beating the victim brutally even though the victim is accompanied by an innocent young girl.
Impact of Viral Message
According to the content that appeared on social media, users have shared it writing the caption that ‘the policemen thrashed the young man because he failed to show the documents of his motorcycle’. This video was also shared on Twitter by the All India Mahila Congress.
Giving Credits – A man being brutally thrashed by UP Police constable in Siddharthnagar after he failed to produce documents of his motorcycle. All this violence in the middle of a road with a terrified kid as onlooker is what UP is in a nutshell.
What is the Fact?
The man who has been beaten up in the video is Rameshwar Pandey and the policeman in question is Sub-Inspector Devendra Mishra. SI Devendra Prasad, posted at Kesraha police station in Siddharthnagar and his aide Mahendra Prasad are the main accused persons. Let us tell you that the dispute was not about the documents of the bike.
According to Rameshwar Pandey, who was beaten up by the cops, says that he was talking about charging mobile phone of another person named Riyazuddin. Soon, quarrel broke out between them, following which policemen came and started beating him.
Meanwhile, Superintendent of Police, Dr Dharmveer Singh raised strong objection to policemen’s conduct. Both the cops Mahendra and Devendra Mishra have been suspended with immediate effect. Police is also ascertaining the fact whether Rameshwar aka Rinku Pandey was drunk when this incident took place.
Truth or False?
The video is correct but the reason being spread over thrashing of youth is wrong. It’s not about bike papers, rather it’s altogether a different matter.