Delhi Violence: Death of Head Constable, Papa asking little one Commissioner in charge?

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Wife Poonam fainted after listening to the information of her husband's martyrdom in violence.

new Delhi: Innocent Havildar Ratan Lal Bey was killed on Monday within the violence in north-east Delhi. Wife Poonam fainted as quickly as she heard the information of her husband's martyrdom in Babal, whereas Delhi Police Commissioner, Siddhi (13), Kanak (10) and Ram (8) have been staring silently on the crowd exterior the home. The query was, "What was our father's fault?"

Ratan Lal was the identical ill-fated havildar of the Delhi Police, who by no means received away from combating with anybody, even with 'Tu Tu Main Main'. Even after this, a mob of miscreants surrounded and killed them in Dayalpur police station space of ​​North East Delhi on Monday. <! –

                 Ratan Lal was initially from Fatehpur Tihawali village in Sikar district of Rajasthan. In 1998, he was admitted to the Delhi Police as a soldier. In 2004, he was married to Poonam, a resident of Jaipur.

There was chaos in Burari village
As quickly because the information of the incident reached Ratan Lal's home in Amrit Vihar Colony in Burari village of Delhi, his spouse fainted. The kids began crying. There was chaos in Burari village. Ratan Lal's kin have been knowledgeable. Ratan Lal's youthful brother Manoj, who resides in Bangalore, left for Delhi on Monday night.

The mob surrounded him and killed him
Talking to IANS, Ratan Lal's youthful brother Dinesh stated, "Ratan Lal was the reader of the Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) of Gokulpuri. He had nothing to do with the police of the police station. He was on the spot ACP Saheb. If he goes, Ratan Lal also goes with him in honor. The crowd surrounded him and killed him. "

Did not see the motion like policemen
According to martyr Ratan Lal's youthful brother Dinesh, "Till date we have never seen any act like policemen in my brother." He had roughly stated that of Hiralal, Assistant Sub-Inspector of Delhi Police (presently posted at Dayalpur police station).

Used to spend out of pocket
According to Hiralal, "I was stationed with Ratan Lal for almost two and a half years. Till today I have never seen him drinking a cup of tea from anybody. He always used to spend from his pocket. Officer or fellow All were the wishes of Ratan Lal. In his nature, no language of policeman was seen from anywhere. "

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