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Kanpur Businessman found Death at Hotel room; Police-Involved claims Family; Watch Video

The family of a Kanpur businessman who died at a Gorakhpur hotel under dubious circumstances claims he was beaten to death by police during a raid.

In the early hours of Tuesday, Manish Gupta, a 38-year-old Kanpur property dealer, died in a Gorakhpur hotel. Police claimed they were looking for “suspect persons” when they entered his hotel room. They claim Manish Gupta died as a result of a head injury caused while drunkenly falling to the ground.

The victim’s family, on the other hand, claims that he died after police officers who entered his room assaulted him.

In a video that has gone viral on social media, the officer explains to the family that if the FIR is filed, the officer’s family will be ruined. They’ve also been offered jobs for failing to register an FIR. The deceased’s wife, on the other hand, is adamant about punishment rather than death. In the video, it is also stated that the cases remain pending. There will be no justice for them. The officers are involved in rescuing the cops involved, as evidenced by the footage.

Aside from that, Manish’s wife Meenakshi’s video went viral on social media. She pleads for her husband’s justice in the video. She will meet CM Yogi Adityanath on Thursday, according to reports. She will request justice to the CM during this time.

CM Yogi will visit with the victim’s family on Thursday, according to Kanpur DM Visakh Iyer. Meenakshi, the deceased’s wife, says she will present her demands to the CM on Thursday. Six on-duty cops murdered my spouse. We haven’t settled on a date for his cremation yet, she said

In Kanpur, a case has been filed under section 302 of the Indian Penal Code in connection with the murder of the property trader. In Ramgarhtal, Gorakhpur, a charge has been filed against six people, including three police officers, for the murder of a property trader. The murder case has been filed against SO JN Singh, Sub-Inspector Akshay Mishra, Sub-Inspector Vijay Yadav, and three unknowns.

Manish Gupta’s body was returned to his house in Para, Kanpur, on Wednesday. His family, on the other hand, refused to cremate him until the accused were apprehended. Despite the administration’s best efforts throughout the day, the family refused to consent to the cremation.

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