Senior journalist manhandled in UP

 A senior journalist, 65, has been manhandled in the state capital of Uttar Pradesh Friday afternoon this week.
Mr Mahesh Chandra Pandey, Editor-in-Chief, Hindi newspaper (Awadh Navrachna), as he reached in front of his office this afternoon leaving another senior journalist, Jakibharti, on Lucknow Railway Station, a man, Akilahmad with his accomplice men slapped  barbarically abusing to Mr Pandey. The other three then began to thrash him.
On being asked traumatized Mr Pandey told to the correspondent, “The motive behind this incident was that he had forbidden the encroachment, and said these accused(street vendors) to remove this possesion from the drainage because it was ceasing the filthy water flow in the morning of the following incident day.”
The bickering grudge among these accused resulted this untoward incident.
It is to notice that the locality, Tulsidas Marg (Hiderganj) is an important place with the commercial point of views and the people to earn their livelihood try to possess every nooks and corners here.
The local domineering people with their muscle power had encroached over the drainage.
Mr Pandey has lodged an FIR under section IPC 323,504 and 506 in Khalabazar police station.
The police have taken action against the accused person and arrested three of them and one main accused is reported to be absconded.
The police assured the alleged main accused involved in this barbaric act shall be shortly arrested. Police is trying to nab him.
Mr Pandey said, “He is traumatized and feared with this incident, “I feel most insecure now than ever. The aggression in the society is in fashion nowadays.”
He added that the accused is to appear before the court tomorrow and shall be granted bail in this case and will wander without tarnished of image while mine dignity has been ruined by the layman. How the time has come that innocents and gentles are the victims of the muscle power.

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