Sultanpur, Uttar Pradesh – In a shocking incident that has sent shockwaves through the community, Dr. Ghanshyam Tripathi, a government doctor posted in Sultanpur, Uttar Pradesh, was brutally beaten to death on Wednesday.
The alleged assailant, Ajay Narayan Singh, is said to have close ties to a local BJP leader, raising concerns about the impartiality of justice in the case.
The incident unfolded in broad daylight when Dr. Tripathi was reportedly attacked by Ajay Narayan Singh and his henchmen. Eyewitnesses claim that the doctor was severely beaten and left in a critical condition. He was then allegedly bundled into an autorickshaw and abandoned near his residence.
Tripathi’s wife has made disturbing allegations, stating that her husband was not only beaten but also shot by Ajay Narayan Singh, resulting in severe injuries, including broken limbs. She has demanded justice for her husband and swift action against the perpetrators.
The incident has ignited anger and frustration among the local populace, who are demanding immediate action against Ajay Narayan Singh. Many have questioned whether the powerful accused will be arrested and brought to justice, given his reported affiliations.
The political dimension of this case has also come into focus, as Uttar Pradesh is governed by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. The public is watching closely to see how swiftly and decisively the government will respond to this tragedy.
There are speculations about the potential demolition of Ajay Narayan Singh’s house, but concerns have been raised regarding potential political considerations in handling the case.
National President of the Samajwadi Party, Akhilesh Yadav, has reached out to the family of the late Dr. Ghanshyam Tripathi to express his deep condolences.
He has pledged full support in their pursuit of justice through legal means. The involvement of prominent political figures adds further intensity to the ongoing discussions surrounding the case.
As the investigation unfolds, Sultanpur awaits answers, demanding justice for the brutal demise of Dr. Ghanshyam Tripathi, and raising questions about the rule of law and justice in the state.