Haryana DSP death: People take to streets demanding arrest of culprits

A day after a 58-year-old Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) who was investigating illegal mining in Haryana’s Nuh district was run over by a truck, members of Tauru Market Association held a silent protest. Arrest of the accused behind the murder.

Police said that more than 300 policemen have been deployed in Tauru to maintain law and order.

Hundreds of shopkeepers, vendors, teachers, union members and contract workers took out a march on Tauru Road on Wednesday, alleging that the DSP was killed at the hands of the illegal mining mafia. He demanded that those involved in the incident should be arrested and illegal activities should be curbed in the district.

The protesters marched from Agarwal Dharamshala to New Anaj Mandi via Old Anaj Mandi and handed over a memorandum to the Sub-Divisional Magistrate.

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Rajkumar Mitta, president of Thauru Cloth Market Association, said that it is very regrettable that those who protect the citizens are being targeted by miscreants involved in illegal activities. “We demand that all suspects be arrested and the suspects be hanged to death. A case should be registered immediately against whoever is behind the murder,” he said.

Haryana School Association President Phool Kumar Yadav said, “We want peace and safety for everyone, including the police officers. “This is not the first time that police teams have been attacked. He said there are many instances of criminals and their family members pelting stones and assaulting the police when they tried to curb illegal activities.

Haryana DSP Surender Singh died on Tuesday when a truck he was directed to stop at Nuh ran over him.

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