Bulandshahr Violence: Yogi Adityanath Only Keeps Saying Cow Cow Cow, Says Sister of Slain Cop Subodh Kumar Singh
Subodh Kumar Singh (Photo credit: Facebook)

Lucknow, December 4: Saroj Singh Chauhan, sister of Subodh Kumar Singh who was killed by a mob in Bulandshahr on Monday, made a blistering attack at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, demanding that her brother should be given the status of a martyr. She alleged the state police conspired the murder of Subodh Kumar Singh as he investigated the Akhlaq lynching case.

"My brother was investigating the Akhlaq case and that is why he was killed. Its a conspiracy by the police. He should be declared martyr and memorial should be built. We do not want money. CM only keeps saying cow cow cow. Why doesn’t he come on the ground and serve the cause of cow protection?" Chauhan said. She questioned why her brother was left alone in his vehicle and said the police are complacent in its role in the incident. Bulandshahr Mob Violence: UP Minister Om Prakash Rajbhar Accuses RSS, Bajrang Dal and VHP for Riots.

Chauhan also mentioned that the deceased cop’s father was also a policeman who too had died in a similar incident when he was shot dead. “Today, I have lost my brother because of a cow!” she said. Ram Avtar Singh, uncle of the deceased cop also made similar charges. “My nephew’s murder is part of a conspiracy. He was part of the Akhlaq investigation," he said. Bulandshahr Mob Violence: Bajrang Dal Leader Yogesh Raj Main Accused; VHP’s Upendra Raghav, BJYM’s Shikhar Agarwal Named in FIR Too.

Meanwhile, the police booked at least 80 people in connection with the violence that took place following reports of alleged cow slaughter in a village of Bulandshahr. Four accused in the murder of Subodh Kumar Singh were arrested, while prime accused Yogesh Raj, who is a local functionary of the Bajarang Dal, remains at large.

Station House Officer (SHO) Subodh Kumar Singh and a local youth, Sumit, were killed in Bulandshahr yesterday when a mob went on a rampage over allegations of illegal cow slaughter. A police station was attacked and several vehicles were set on fire by Singh was also the Investigating Officer (IO) in the Mohammed Akhlaq lynching case in 2015 in Dadri which hit headlines.