Police surrounded in Chandauli case: how the gangster’s daughter died, the reason is not clear in the post-mortem report, the village turned into a cantonment

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On Sunday, in Manrajpur village of Chandauli district of UP, the police went to raid the house of gangster accused Kanhaiya Yadav. After some time news came that Kanhaiya’s daughter Nisha Yadav alias Gudiya (22) had died. The family members allege that Nisha died due to police beating while her younger sister got injured. A video related to the incident went viral and caused a huge uproar. The cause of her death was not clear from Nisha’s post-mortem report.

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SP Ankur Aggarwal said that further action will be taken after the forensic investigation report comes. Talking to the media on Monday morning, he said that the cause of death could not be confirmed in the post-mortem report. According to the report, scratches on the throat and bruises on the jaw have been found. Apart from this, there is no injury of any kind, internal or external.

Probing from all angles

As the cause of death is not clear in the post-mortem report, the viscera has been sent for examination. Further action will be taken only after the viscera and forensic investigation report is received. Along with this, the opinion of experts will also be taken after recreating the incident on the spot. SP Ankur Aggarwal said that all the points are being investigated. It is yet to be confirmed that when the police reached the spot, the deceased was hanging from the noose or her body was on the ground.

Suspended inspector booked


The incident of Manrajpur village of Chandauli
– Photo : Amar Ujala

Viral videos on social media, surveillance and other important facts will also be included in the investigation. He said that if other policemen are found guilty in the investigation, then action will be taken against them too. Let us inform that in this case, the SP had suspended the Sayedaraja Inspector on Sunday night itself and directed the investigation.

On the basis of Tahrir in the night, a case has been registered against Sayedaraja Inspector, including many policemen. Kanhaiya Yadav, while accusing the Sayedaraja Inspector of killing his daughter Nisha, had given a complaint to the SP, alleging that the inspector and other policemen who entered the house due to the absence of any male member, beat my two daughters so much that one died. .

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Kanhaiya Yadav, resident of Manrajpur of Sayedaraja police station area, is an accused of gangster and is also a district badar. On Sunday evening, the police went to his house in search of Kanhaiya. It is alleged that the police beat up his daughters Nisha Yadav alias Gudiya (22) and Gunja (18) so much that Gudiya died. After the incident, there was a stir in the district.

Angry villagers ran away two constables of the police Panther team present on the spot. One policeman ran away while the other policeman Havildar Chhavinath Gautam was beaten up and seriously injured. During this, the glasses of a truck and private ambulance were broken. The SP said that the injured policemen are undergoing treatment. He will also be talked to after he is discharged from the hospital. On the basis of the complaint received from his side, a case will also be registered against those who assaulted him.

Tense peace in the village, heavy force deployed

The incident of Manrajpur village of Chandauli
The incident of Manrajpur village of Chandauli
– Photo : Amar Ujala
The post-mortem of Nisha Yadav alias Gudiya, the dead daughter of gangster accused Kanhaiya Yadav, was done late night. After this the police and administration handed over the body to the relatives. He was cremated at Manikarnika Ghat on Monday morning amid police protection.

Kanhaiya Yadav lit fire to his daughter. Here in his house Manrajpur, heavy force has been deployed since night. There is silence around the house. There is tense peace in the village. There is a curfew-like atmosphere in one part of the village. In view of the heavy police force, people are imprisoned in their homes.

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