Case lodged against six Mathura policemen for ransacking NH2 toll plaza staff of worth Rs 40,000


At Least six Mathura based police officials looted the toll plaza members on Agra-Delhi NH 2 on Tuesday-Wednesday in the late hours.

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The matter occurred on the prime night of August 22 and August 23 between 11.45 pm to 1 am. Later, the authorities informed the issue to the police station and nearly six policemen were booked.

As per the complaint, toll plaza officials stated that the policemen not only beaten the staff but also burgled Rs 40,000 money from them.

The entire incident was captured in the CCTV cameras and later it has now been sent at the police station to the respective person.

Later, the policemen reached to the spot in a jeep at around 11.30 pm and investigated the matter.

The officials stated that as the jeep didn’t involve fast vehicle tag, the hurdle blocked their way.

The authorities enforced in the toll plaza blamed the cops for opening barricades of other two lanes and allowing vehicles  to pass by without submitting the cash at the toll.

As per the sources, when the police officials were being asked about the matter, they refused the charges and asserted that  toll plaza staff behaved badly with them.

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In spite of  the police’s refusal over the matter, the CCTV recording displayed the wrongdoing by policemen’s.