According to the tweet in the conversation about the dead cows in the shared video point toward a planned conspiracy behind the Bulandshahr violence.
New Delhi| The Bulandshahr violence in which UP Police Inspector Subodh Kumar Singh and another local named Sumit was killed, has raised a suspicion of being orchestrated by the right-wing groups.
On Monday, a group of right-wing protestors went on a rampage after finding several cow carcasses in a jungle near the Mahaw village. The protestors from Mahaw village and nearby areas pelted stones on police and indulged in arson, set ablaze several vehicles and Chingarwathi Police Chowki. The mob was allegedly led by a local Bajrang Dal leader Yogesh Raj.
Several videos from the violent protest have already surfaced on social media. Now, a new video has emerged in which the protestors are having a conversation with each other about the carcasses of the cow.
1 video,मृत गाय,कुछ आवाज़ें,जो इशारा कर रही है गहरी साजिश की।गाय की तस्वीरें मैंने एडिट कर दी हैं।
“ये ट्रॉली(जिसमें मृत गाय है)किसलिए?”
“ट्रॉली में कैसे(गाय को)भर के लाए?”
“वे भर के लाए हैं”
“यहाँ काटी है गेट में”
“कुंदन ने काटी है”
“(गाली)ने काटी है”#Bulandshahar pic.twitter.com/YyT45fWFpQ
— Vinod Kapri (@vinodkapri) December 4, 2018
The vehicles that were set ablaze can be seen in the video. The video was posted by a Twitter user Vinod Kapri at around 10.27 PM on Tuesday. According to the tweet in which he shared the video, the conversation about the dead cows point toward a planned conspiracy.
He has even tweeted the conversation from the video. Here’s what the conversation was:
“What is this trolley(in which carcasses of cows are kept) for?”
“How did you manage to put it (cow carcass) in the trolley?”
“They kept it.”
“Was it cut (cow) near the gate?”
“Did you cut it?”
“Kundan has cut it.”
— Vinod Kapri (@vinodkapri) December 5, 2018
One of the people who seem to be involved in the conversation has a belt in his hand which contains a logo. The logo appears to be of UP police, however, it cannot be ascertained as the color of the belt is not what UP Police uniform includes.
In another tweet, Kapri says that he has edited initial part of the video which contains graphic imagery of cow carcasses. Further, tagging the UP Police official Twitter handle, he offered to provide the entire video for investigation. As per the latest developments, the video has been shared with the Police.
Since Inspector Subodh Kumar Singh was also probing lynching of Akhlaq in Dadri over the suspicion of storing Beef in his house, the suspicion has been raised whether it was a planned violence to target him and sabotage the investigation.
On Tuesday, Four persons were arrested after police lodged an FIR against over two dozen people for rioting and murder in connection with the Bulandshahr violence. As many as 27 people have been named in the FIR, registered around 3 am, while cases have been lodged against 50 to 60 unidentified people.
Here’s the video: