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Ghaziabad Journalist Shot For Complaining Sexual Harrasment Against Niece

Journalist Shot in Ghaziabad

The situation of law and order in Uttar Pradesh is deteriorating with each passing day. In a recent incident a journalist was shot in his head with bullet after he reported sexual harassment of his niece to police.

The incident was caught on camera, which has sent shockwaves across entire Uttar Pradesh.

In a viral video, a group of criminals can be seen attacking a journalist, Vickram Joshi, who was accompanied by his daughter. In the video, his daughter can be seen running, seeking help.

Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra attacked the Uttar Pradesh government over the law-and-order situation in the state. “Ghaziabad falls in NCR. Going by the state of law and order here, one can get an idea of the situation in the entire state of UP. A journalist was shot at because he complained to the police against molestation of his niece. How will common man feel safe in such a jungle raj,” she tweeted in Hindi.

The Ghaziabad Police later said that it had arrested five accused. It also released the photos of those arrested.

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