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The order of the Supreme Court in Kannauj was violated.
In the excitement of winning elections in Kannauj district of Uttar Pradesh, many candidates crossed the limits. In view of Corona’s growing transition, the Supreme Court had directed that no candidate will take out the victory procession after winning the election. But this order in the district remained ineffective. During this time, masks were also missing from people’s faces. Social distancing was also not taken care of. When the police came to know about this, they reached the spot. But the police were attacked by the supporters of the candidates. The SP said that some people have been detained. Strict action will be taken against the accused.
The police arrested the son of the elected head
Manoj Yadav, along with his supporters, took out a victory procession after winning the post of Prime Minister from village Mighauli of Vishungarh police station area. After this, under the Indergarh police station, the son of the victorious head Mauryashree from Nadeemau region, Amit took out a huge victory procession in violation of section 144. In which several vehicles were also present with a crowd of thousands of people. On which people were riding and shouting slogans. This information was given to Saurik Police Station Poonam Awasthi. But on the first occasion, Indergarh police station in-charge Vimlesh Kumar reached and took custody of Amit Yadav, who was taking out the procession.
The supporters were enraged and forced Amit Yadav out of the clutches of the police. When Superintendent of Police Prashant Verma came to know about this, he directed Saurikh police station Poonam Awasthi to take action in this matter.
The Corona epidemic is now reaching the villages. Despite this, the violation of social distancing and other rules can be a big burden.
Bonded with candidates
Superintendent of Police Prashant Verma said that the victory procession was banned. The candidates have been conveyed and a bond has been filled, in which they have promised that no procession will be taken out by their supporters.