To escape encounter accused entered police station with a placard asking forgiveness

  • | Wednesday | 5th August, 2020

Premvir Rana, SHO, Kairan police station, said, “Ehsan reached the police station holding a placard seeking forgiveness. We have arrested him now and further proceedings are on.”

An accused surrendered in Kairana police station in Uttar Pradesh’s Shamli district on Tuesday. Interestingly, he was holding a placard that had written ‘Tauba’ (a pledge of not repeating the offence) on it. Accused resorted to this step as an attempt to eliminate even a slight possibility of an encounter.

The accused has been identifyed as Ehsan Ahmad. The 34-year-old man had two cases of cow slaughter registered against him and the police had been looking for him for the past two years.

Premvir Rana, SHO, Kairan police station, said, “Ehsan reached the police station holding a placard seeking forgiveness. We have arrested him now and further proceedings are on.”

Ahman said, “Now, I want to lead the life of an honest citizen. I walked across the town holding the placard and then submitted it to the police station.”



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