'Only Chief Guest': BJP On Leader's Photo With Man Accused Of UP Cop Murder

BJP chief Anil Sisodia offers a certificates to Shikhar Agarwal, accused in homicide of a policeman


A prime BJP chief in west Uttar Pradesh’s Bulandshahr has been photographed handing out a certificates to a person accused of conspiracy within the homicide of a police officer in mob violence within the district in 2018.

BJP’s Bulandshahr president Anil Sisodia was the chief visitor at an occasion on July 14 organised by the “Pradhan Mantri Jan Kalyankari Yogi Jagrukta Abhiyan”, an organisation that claims it publicises central authorities schemes throughout the nation and claims to have prime BJP leaders as its mentors.

Within the extensively circulated {photograph}, Mr Sisodia is handing out a certificates to Shikhar Agarwal, the previous chief of the native BJP youth wing, accused of conspiracy within the homicide of Inspector Subodh Kumar Singh in Bulandshahr in 2018.

Agarwal is presently out on bail.

The certificates given to Agarwal pronounces him a “common secretary” of the organisation.

In 2018, inspector Subodh Kumar Singh was attacked by a mob of some 400 folks when he went to revive calm within the space after violence erupted over rumours of unlawful cow slaughter.

The police stated a person armed with an axe chopped off two of his fingers and hit the policemen on the pinnacle. Others shot him. His physique was discovered inside his official police automobile, deserted in a subject.

“The organisation has nothing to do with the BJP. I used to be solely invited as a chief visitor. There’s nothing extra to say,” stated Mr Sisodia over the telephone.

Nonetheless, an official of the BJP’s Bulandshahr unit, Sanjeev Agarwal, tweeted the “BJP or different officers don’t have anything to do with this establishment”. “The nomination was executed underneath the Prime Minister’s public consciousness marketing campaign committee and BJP district president Anil Sisodia was a chief visitor. The BJP or different officers don’t have anything to do with this establishment,” Sanjeev Agarwal tweeted.

In August 2019, seven of the 33 males accused of inciting violence and rioting within the case, together with Agarwal, had been granted bail.

They had been welcomed with garlands and chants of “Jai Shri Ram” by right-wing activists on their launch from jail, sparking an issue.

“Making allegations is one factor, proving a case is completely different. I’ve by no means executed something flawed in my life,” Agarwal stated in an announcement later.


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