Five including former Mla Sonu Singh sued – Five including former MLA Sonu Singh sued

Sultanpur Five of his supporters, including former lawmaker Chandrabhadra Singh Sonu from the Isoli congregation constituency, were booked by police on Wednesday under the Gang Off Act. The police took this action with a view to counting the Panchayat elections.
Former MLA Chandrabhadra Singh Sonu, who lives in Myung village in the Dhanpatganj development block and in the area of ​​the police station, is due to be republished on April 29 at a booth in Gram Panchayat. The counting of the Panchayat elections will take place on May 2nd. In light of this, police have filed a lawsuit against former MLA Chandrabhadra Singh Sonu and his four supporters under the Gang Off Act. According to the police superintendent, Dr. Vipin Kumar Mishra, the police have been instructed to take action against the culprits, who peacefully counted votes and retested the Panchayat elections.
Including the police of the Dhanpatganj Police Station, former MLA Chandrabhadra Singh Sonu, Anshu Singh alias Suryaprakash Singh son Jayaprakash Singh, Deepak Singh alias Bablu Singh son Bunteshwar Singh residents, Myung, Rukhsar Ahmed son Irfan Ahmed Yemeni residents Chandgarh Mauja Banbharia police station, Chandgarh Mauja Banbharia police station Kamrauli district Amrauli Son A case has been filed under the Gang-off Act against Dikhora Police Station Dhanpatganj, located in Ram Newaz Yadav. Police said peace-breaking measures were being taken against 16 people in other areas of the police station.

Sultanpur Five of his supporters, including Chandrabhadra Singh Sonu, a former MLA from the Isoli congregation constituency, were booked by police on Wednesday under the Gang Off Act. The police took this action with a view to counting the Panchayat elections.

Former MLA Chandrabhadra Singh Sonu, who lives in Myung village in the Dhanpatganj development block and in the area of ​​the police station, is due to be republished on April 29 at a booth in Gram Panchayat. The counting of the Panchayat elections will take place on May 2nd. In light of this, police have filed a lawsuit against former MLA Chandrabhadra Singh Sonu and his four supporters under the Gang Off Act. According to the police superintendent, Dr. Vipin Kumar Mishra, the police have been instructed to take action against the culprits, who peacefully counted votes and retested the Panchayat elections.

Including the police of the Dhanpatganj Police Station, former MLA Chandrabhadra Singh Sonu, Anshu Singh alias Suryaprakash Singh son Jayaprakash Singh, Deepak Singh alias Bablu Singh son Bunteshwar Singh residents, Myung, Rukhsar Ahmed son Irfan Ahmed Yemeni residents Chandgarh Mauja Banbharia police station, Chandgarh Mauja Banbharia police station Kamrauli district Amrauli Son A case has been filed under the Gang-off Act against the Dikhora Police Station in Dhanpatganj, located in Ram Newaz Yadav. Police said peace-breaking measures were being taken against 16 people in other areas of the police station.

.

Leave a Reply