Key accused in Mathura violence, Ram Vriksh Yadav dead


Police in Uttar Pradesh on Saturday confirmed that Ram Vriksh Yadav, the chief of the violent encroachers in Jawahar Bagh, was among those killed in the clashes.

Also Read | While Mathura burns, local MP Hema Malini busy posting ‘shoot ;pictures’ from exotic location, later deletes tweet

Also Read:  Jet Airways 'prints' passenger's Aadhar details on boarding pass

PTI quoted Uttar Pradesh DGP Javed Ahmed as saying that the body of Yadav and some others had been identified by his associates and his family intimated for confirmation.

Also Read:  India's Vijender destroys opponent for second pro win


Sixty-year-old Yadav was the leader of Azad Bharat Vidhik Vaicharik Kranti Satyagrahi, an outfit claiming to owe allegiance to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose whose members had encroached on Jawahar Bagh area for two years and clashed with police on Thursday when they tried to evict them.

Also Read:  Amit Shah asks Rahul Gandhi to remove 'Italian glasses' but it's his boss Modi, who is fond of Bvlgari

Also Read | Mathura violence and Hema Malini’s insensitive tweet raise questions on the culture of ‘Trophy MPs’


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here