BISARA (UTTAR PRADESH): Dadri in Uttar Pradesh is tense again as the group of a 22-year-old murders accused refuses to cremate his body till they are given one crore in compensation and move is made against the Jailers officer at the jail where he was stopped. Ravi Sisodia's family charges he was killed.
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Furious occupants of Ravi's Bisara town have kept his body in a profound stop coffin under the Indian banner. There is huge police organization and prohibitory requests have been implemented banning vast social events.
Ravi was one of 18 individuals captured a year ago for the homicide of Mohammad Akhlaq, 50, over suspicion that he had put away and eaten hamburger. The horde murder had prompted weeks of collective strain in the zone, not a long way from capital Delhi.
Conservative pioneers including Sadhvi Prachi of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad went to the town on Thursday and made talks assaulting the Samajwadi Party government in UP.
Ravi was lodged at a jail in UP's Greater Noida for nearly a year. On Tuesday, he complained of acute pain in his stomach and was taken to a hospital in Delhi, where he died from "kidney and respiratory failure," doctors said.
The young man's body was brought to his village last night after a post mortem, which will establish cause of death. The police have not made the post mortem report public yet.
Ravi's family has alleged that "he was kept in a separate cell by jail authorities and mercilessly beaten up by some police officials inside jail on September 30". They also said they suspect he was poisoned.
The UP Police deny those allegations. They have claimed that Ravi had high fever and died from suspected dengue. In an apparent attempt to pacify villagers, the jailer S K Pandey has been transferred to Lucknow.
Of the 18 people arrested last year for Mohammad Akhlaq's murder, three minors were given bail. Those in prison include a local BJP leader Sanjay Rana's son, Vishal.