[Watch] Sub-Divisional Magistrate Caught Beating A Petitioner In Uttar Pradesh

The Logical Indian

December 12th, 2015 / 10:53 AM

Source: The Times of India

Talk about police doing their jobs, UP ranks first but the Job they think that pays them is to serve their political masters, beat common people and to protect those who are in power. A Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) in Auriya district of Uttar Pradesh starts beating a petitioner and starts abusing him. The policemen, who should protect him, also start beating him. And lastly arrested him. We just hope the person gets released and action is taken again the SDM and the policemen.


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