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Accused who brutalized female constable in Saryu Express killed in police encounter in Ayodhya lclk

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The main accused involved in the deadly attack on a woman constable in Saryu Express has been killed in an encounter by the police and STF. The main accused Anees was killed in an encounter in Pura Qalandar of Ayodhya. According to the police, Anees was killed in cross firing.

Two other associates of Anees have been arrested after the encounter in Inayatnagar, Ayodhya. Two other associates of the killed criminal Anees, Azad and Vishambhar Dayal alias Lallu, are injured.

The main accused Anees who was killed was molesting a female constable in the train. When the woman constable knocked down the miscreant, the three miscreants attacked the woman fatally and left her face bleeding.

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The miscreants had thrown the woman’s head from the train window due to which she was badly injured. When the train slowed down before reaching Ayodhya station, the three miscreants fled. After this brutality against a female constable, UP STF and Ayodhya Police killed a criminal who had fatally attacked a female constable while two others have been arrested.

Police had kept a reward of one lakh rupees

Let us tell you that the fatal attack on a woman constable posted in Sultanpur in Saryu Express was due to a dispute over sitting on the seat. This important information was given to the police team during the interrogation of a woman constable admitted in Lucknow KGMC. After this, STF teams interrogated more than 150 people coming from Mankapur to Ayodhya and started searching for the attackers. The police had also announced a reward of Rs 1 lakh for anyone giving information about the accused.

There was a dispute regarding the seat

This incident happened on August 30 with a woman constable in the Saryu Express coming from Mankapur to Ayodhya. According to the report, the woman constable was lying on the upper berth in Saryu Express, over which she had a fight with both the attackers in Mankapur itself.

When the train left from Mankapur for Ayodhya, after 10 minutes the train picked up speed and then both the attackers attacked the female constable. The police had interrogated about two hundred and fifty suspects in this case. Along with surveillance, the police had also activated informers. Police teams were searching for the attackers through informers in about 200 villages between Mankapur and Ayodhya.

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