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UP Vendor Loses Legs After Cops Allegedly Throw Weighing Scale On Tracks

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In movies recorded by locals, the 18-year-old will be seen mendacity on the tracks and crying for assist

Lucknow:

An 18-year-old vegetable vendor on Friday misplaced his legs after he was run over by a prepare whereas making an attempt to retrieve his weighing scale that was allegedly thrown on the tracks by a policeman in Uttar Pradesh’s Kanpur city

The police have been reportedly clearing encroachments, largely occupied by vegetable sellers, close to a railway station in Kanpur.

Eyewitnesses stated Arsalan, a resident of Sahib Nagar in Kanpur’s Kalyanpur space, was promoting greens on the aspect of GT highway when two policemen approached him. In line with eyewitnesses, the 2 beat Arsalan after which head constable Rakesh threw his weighing scale on the tracks

Arsalan hurried to retrieve the scales from the tracks and was hit by an oncoming prepare and his legs have been severed, they added. In movies recorded by locals, the 18-year-old will be seen mendacity on the tracks and crying for assist as two policemen carry him away.

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“The police have been eradicating encroachments close to GT highway on Friday when head constable Rakesh behaved irresponsibly and Arsalan was run over by the prepare. Rakesh Kumar was instantly suspended and we’re investigating the matter. Police are additionally gathering movies of the incident recorded by eyewitnesses,” Vijay Dhull, a senior police official in Kanpur stated in a press release

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