Yet another police man has been martyred in the fight against the deadly cattle smuggling mafia which has tentacles all over Bharat, and powerful backers in the left-liberal Lutyens’ lobby that exercises immense influence over our government and judiciary.
Head Constable Dharmabir Yadav made the supreme sacrifice when the criminals crushed him under their vehicle in a cold-blooded manner. He was part of a police team that had erected barricades after receiving a tip-off that cattle smugglers would be passing via NH-28.
The incident occurred in Jokwa Bazaar, Turkpatti police station area, Kushinagar district. Head constable Dharambir, stationed at Tarya Sujan police station, was part of the police team carrying out checking. When he noticed a suspicious vehicle, he flagged it to stop. The hardened criminals crashed the vehicle at high speed into the police team. Constable Dharambir died on the spot, and the accused managed to flee in their vehicle.
Senior officials rushed to the spot and a special team has been constituted to trace the criminals. SHO Kapil Dev Chaudhari of Tarya Sujan police station became emotional while talking to media about Dharambir Yadav, who he said was very good at driving community policing and developing informer networks.
As per Dainik Bhaskar, the cattle smuggling mafia has been operating for many decades in Kushinagar, and has attacked police personnel in the past too. Their have been multiple encounters between police and cattle smugglers.