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Subodh Singh Case : Accused Gets Key Position in BJP

Inspector Subodh Singh

In any democracy of the world, the incident like the killing of inspector Subodh Singh will never be forgotten and few lessons could have been drawn from the incident to stop such crimes. This could have been done by punishing the criminal with the most strict punishments in the rule books.

But, in new India, not only help is denied to the family of Subodh Singh, but even the culprit roams freely by joining politics under the banner of ruling party, BJP. The ruling party BJP offers a key position in the party to the culprit Shikhar Agrawal. Shikhar Agrawal has been made the secretary of PM Jankalyan Yojana.

Inspector Subodh Singh was killed in a mob violence in Bulandshahr over cow slaughter, which was ignited by a various Hindu groups. He sustained a gun injury near his left eyebrow. The autopsy report revealed that he was hit with a .32 bore bullet.

While UP police condoled his death by saying that “he sacrificed his life”, nothing much has been done neither by the police department nor the government for the family of Subodh. His son is yet to get a job in his place.

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