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Personal enmity might be the reason, says UP Police on Noida 'fake' encounter


The UP Police on Sunday speaking about the Noida shooting incident happened in Sector 122 said that it might be a personal enmity and not encounter behind the incident which two people were shot at by a sub-inspector.

Personal enmity might be the reason, not an encounter: UP Police on Noida shooting incident

Speaking to media, SSP Love Kumar said,''Prima facie it looks like case of personal enmity. During the probe it was found that the trainee sub-inspector knew the elder brother of the man who was shot.''

''The 4 policemen have been suspended with immediate effect. We have seized service revolver of the sub-inspector who fired the gun shots and sent him to jail,'' said SSP Love Kumar.

''Besides sending the accused trainee sub-inspector to jail, the role of other three policemen, two constables and a sub-inspector, is being investigated. All four of them remain suspended,'' he said.

''Staff communicated to me that there had been some argument with the man (who was shot) during which the sub-inspector shot at him and they are taking him to the hospital,'' he further said.

Earlier today, the family of Jitendra Yadav family had alleged that this was a 'fake' encounter.

Even Samajwadi Party targeted the state's police officers for stage managing encounters to seek job promotions.

On Saturday, two people were injured after they were shot at by a police personnel in Uttar Pradesh's Noida Sector 122.

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