The ” Operation Jhansi” by UP Police


Asad, the son of gangster-turned-politician Atiq Ahmed, was killed by UP Police following a gunfight in the Jhansi district. Asad was wanted in a high-profile murder case.Since Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adiyanath said in the assembly on February 25 that he would “reduce this mafia to dust,” ” Is mafiya ko mitti me mila denge ” state police have shot and killed four people connected to the murder of Umesh Pal, the most recent being Atiq Ahmed’s son Asad Ahmed and his aide Ghulam Hasan.

The gangster-turned-politician was being transferred to Uttar Pradesh for a court hearing in the Umesh Pal murder case, and the Uttar Pradesh Police stated it had received information that Asad and his sidekick Ghulam planned to attack the police convoy carrying Atiq Ahmed to assist him escape. The UP Special Task Force successfully thwarted the scheme.Prashant Kumar, the special director general for law and order in UP, disclosed that teams of civil police and special forces were sent out in response to intelligence reports about Asad’s plot to let his father free.

According to the intel, two teams were sent out, and Asad and his assistant Ghulam were caught while riding bikes, Kumar said.According to Kumar, the STF led the entire operation. After acting on the intelligence, the two were killed between 12:30 and 1pm in retaliatory shooting.According to The Times of India, the STF was already keeping tabs on events in Jhansi when it learned that Guddu Muslim, an aide of Atiq Ahmed and one of the suspects in the murder of Umesh Pal, had a hideout close to the forest area leading to Parichha power plant, one kilometre from the scene of the encounter.

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