Ground Report | New Delhi: A police team has been caught on camera keeping illegal weapons in Gulzar Ahmed shop in Badalgarh village of Uttar Pradesh Amethi district. An unsuccessful attempt was being made by the police to criminalise the forcible Ahmed by keeping illegal weapons. Ahmed said the police carried out the act in order to frame him in a fake case.
The CCTV footage of keeping illegal firearms in a businessman’s shop has come to the fore from the police of Bazar Shukul police station. After this, there has been a stir in the police department. Gulzar Ahmed, a resident of Badal Garh village in Amethi district. has a hardware shop in the town. The CCTV footage of illegal possession of a firearm during a search by the local police in their shop is going viral on social media.
Making serious allegations against the police, the businessman said that on March 16, SHO Vishwanath Yadav came with his team at the time of closing the shop and said that do not close the shop, your shop has to be checked. A complaint has been received that illegal work is done in the shop. On this, the businessman opened the shop.
Although the viral footage is of the last dates of March, as soon as the CCTV footage went viral, there was a stir in the police department. The officers were unable to respond to the actions of their subordinates.
The victim Gulzar alleges that on March 16 this year, SHO Vishwanath Yadav along with his team came to our shop at 7:45 pm, when we were going to close the shop. He said that we have to search the shop, we have got information that illegal work is done at the shop. The victim says that we told the inspector that nothing like this happens here.
The victim alleges that he did not agree and the constable Ankit Yadav, who came with him, kept an illegal firearm in our shop. Then he caught us forcibly, we said that the camera is installed behind and the front is also installed, then we left.