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Two SP MPs, workers booked for violent protests


Allahabad/Gorakhpur: A day after violent protests by Samajwadi Party (SP), FIRs had been lodged on Wednesday against two birthday party MPs and several others in Allahabad and Deoria.
The protests had erupted after birthday party leader Akhilesh Yadav was once stopped in Lucknow from boarding a flight to Allahabad for attending a function organised by the Allahabad University Students Union (AUSU) on Tuesday. Several persons including policemen had been injured within the violence.

Allahabad police stated a named FIR were lodged against 46 SP participants, including birthday party Badaun MP Dharmendra Yadav and Phulpur MP Nagendra Singh Patel.

Along with them, state president of the birthday party Naresh Uttam, AUSU president Uday Prakash Yadav, SP spokesperson and former president of AUSU Richa Singh, Abhishek Yadav, Avnish Yadav, Adil Hamza, Ajeet Yadav alias Vidhayak and several others had been named within the FIR which also mentions around 250 unidentified protesters.

The FIR was once lodged on a complaint moved by Inspector Colonelganj Satyendra Singh, who was once injured within the protests at Balson crossing. “An FIR has been registered at Colonelganj police station citing 19 clauses of the IPC, including instigating the group, damaging public belongings, arson, and so forth,” a senior police officer told TOI.


SSP Allahabad Nitin Tiwari stated, “Two pupil leaders have already been arrested in this connection.”


Similarly, an FIR was once lodged with the Kotwali police in Deoria against SP district president Ram Iqbal Yadav and 150 unidentified SP employees on Tuesday past due night time following protests.


“An FIR has been lodged against 150 unidentified SP employees and birthday party district president Ram Iqbal Yadav on the written complaint of SI Yogendra Yadav underneath sections 143 IPC and 188 of IPC. Further motion is being taken,” stated SHO Deoria Kotwali Vijay Narayan Prasad.




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