A dreadful incident of throwing acid on three Dalit sisters has come to light in Gonda, UP. The incident was carried out while the three sisters were sleeping late at home. All three girls are minors. He has been admitted to the district hospital for treatment. The police registered an FIR under Section 326A of the IPC on receiving the complaint in this case. The police also arrested the accused in an encounter late evening.
This incident is from Paraspur police station area of Gonda. Where this acid attack was done on the daughters of Dalit family living in Paska Paraspur. Gonda Superintendent of Police (SP) Shailesh Kumar Pandey told that three girls have been attacked with chemical. Chemical is being investigated. The forensic team was also called on the spot.
According to the police, something like acid has been thrown on the three sisters. Two sisters are moderately injured. While a sister has acid on her face. However, the reason for throwing acid has not yet been established.
The mother of the victim’s girls told that they did not know about this incident. After knowing about the incident, his daughter came running down, then it was discovered. He did not doubt anyone but demanded justice.
The team of Aaj Tak / India Today reached the incident site and knew the situation there. Additional SP Mukesh Kumar, who was present on the occasion, said that he has got enough evidence and some call recordings have also hit his hands. An FIR was registered against the unknown accused in the case at Paraspur police station. The FIR was registered under Section 326A of the IPC.
Additional Superintendent of Police Mahendra Kumar , who arrested the accused in the encounter, said that Ashish, accused of acid scandal, climbed into the hands of the police during an encounter on Tuesday evening. The police was searching for him since the incident. During this time, Ashish’s bike was reported to go towards Karnailganj Huzurpur road. The police chased him. Asked him to stop, but he started firing. Police retaliated and opened fire. In which Ashish was injured and the police arrested him. A bike and pistol have been recovered from his possession.