Jagendra Singh- FB Photo
A journalist, Jagendra Singh, on June 1  was set on a fire  by police officials during a raid at his residence Awas Vikas colony in Sadar Bazar area of Shahjahanpur in Uttar Pradesh. A complaint of the incident was registered by the deceased son, Raghvendra, after the death of his father on Monday night during treatment at a hospital in Lucknow.
." The FIR was lodged against the accused at Puwayan police station this afternoon on the basis of family's written statement",  police said. 
The journalist had alleged earlier that he sustained burn injuries during a raid by Inspector Sri Prakash Rai at his house. He told Inspector General (Civil Defence) Amitabh Thakur two days ago at the civil hospital here that he was also attacked on April 28 near his house by the minister's henchmen but no action was taken in the case. 
According to the deceased family members, How much  alleged involvement of the state minister, Ram Murti Singh Verma, and his accomplice  in the land grabbing and the illegal mining was posted on the Facebook by the slain reporter and  the resulting consequence  burnt him  alive?
In the registered FIR against Minister for Backward Classes Welfare Ram Murti Singh Verma, Inspector Sri Prakash Rai besides four others identified as Gufran, Akash Gupta, Amit Pratap Singh and Bhure was lodged for allegedly killing Jagendra Singh by setting him afire, police said.
The Minister was on Tuesday booked along with five others under IPC 302 (murder), 120 B (criminal conspiracy), 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace) and 506 (criminal intimidation). in connection with the killing of a journalist.


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