45-year old dies in custody of Barhara police, Locals Burn Station In Bihar


ARA: A 45-year-old man has passed on under strange conditions in police care starting off a dissent by local people who in part torched Barhara police headquarters premises which falls in Bihar’s Bhojpur region.

Ram Sajjan Satva, an inhabitant of Barhara town, died on Saturday after he was purportedly beaten by policemen taking after which a group accumulated outside the police headquarters and pelted stones, harming a few police faculty, District Magistrate Birendra Prasad Yadav said.

“The dissenters additionally entered the police station and burnt a bit of it,” Mr Yadav said.

A few vehicles stopped outside the police headquarters, furniture and a few reports were set aflame by the furious swarm, the DM stated, including fire tenders were pressed into service to bring the circumstance under control.

SDO Navdeep Shukla and SDPO Sanjay Kumar alongside a group have gone to the town to control the circumstance, he said. In the interim, a medicalc report has said that Satva died of extreme head wounds.

The police had grabbed Satva after his daughter filed a complaint that her dad used to get back home drunk and attempted to mishandle her.

Satva’s kinfolk has asserted that he was killed in police custody. In any case, the police have asserted that the suffered died after he bounced off the vehicle when he was taken to a government hospital for medicinal examination.

An examination concerning the matter has been propelled, the judge said.