Attack on the police team that went to arrest the one, who waved the pistol in the dance of bar girls, many injured in Gaya's Konch
Written By Suresh Nikhar | Published on Nov 2, 2022, 08:42 IST
GAYA(Bihar): The matter of video going viral with the pistol has come to light, for which the police have arrested two people and were interrogating them at the Tanakuppa Orchestra programme within the jurisdiction of Konch block of the district.
According to the information received, the performance of the music of 'Humke Marde Chahile Bhumihar Raja Ji' by the dancers was overshadowed by a young man. As soon as the above song was started by the dancers a young man waving a pistol in his hand started dancing with the dancers on the stage, sources said.
Let us tell you that in this viral video, an orchestra was being organized with 8 dancers on the occasion of Chhath Puja in village Tankuppa of Manjiawan, village panchayat of Konch block of Gaya district here of October 30.
Then the audience was asked to sing the song 'Hume Marde Chahile Bhumihar Raja Ji' from a request. On which the performance of the said anthem was started by the dancers. Similarly, a drunken youth, waving a pistol in his hand and reached at the stage and danced with them.
Some people from the said crowd informed the police and made a video. Taking quick action, the police arrested two youths. However, the police is not ready to say anything in the said case at the moment.
The police have also recovered the samiyana and other material laden on the tractor from the spot and brought it to the police station. In this regard, Officer in charge, Umesh Prasad said that a youth has been brought for questioning in the said case. Whose verification is going on and suitable action would be taken, added In charge.
Police sources said that 12 people have been named while 40 unknown lodged an FIR at Koch police station regarding this incident. The police have intensified the raids for the arrest of the accused by registering a case and further action is being taken”- Umesh Kumar, SHO Konch.