UP’s Bulandshahr police has arrested the young man who justified the brutal murder of Shraddha Walker in Mehrauli, Delhi. After the video went viral, the police was looking for the accused. The shocking thing is that the accused already has 5 cases of theft including the Arms Act registered against him.
Police say that the arrested youth is a resident of Maulabad village in the district and his real name is Vikas Kumar son of Chokhelal. While in the video, he told his name as Rashid Khan.
Actually, since last days a video was going viral on social media. In this video, youth Vikas Kumar was seen supporting Aftab Amin Poonawalla, accused in Shraddha Walker murder case. Watch Video:-
In the video of about 50 seconds, the accused youth was seen saying that if the mind is bad, then instead of 35, a person can cut someone into 36 pieces. It is easy for him to cut someone into pieces. In the accompanying video, he was seen telling his name as Rashid Khan, a resident of Bulandshahr.
When the video went viral, the demand for catching the concerned youth started rising on social media and people also started demanding action from the police.
After this, Bulandshahr police teams swung into action and were sent to New Delhi to arrest the accused youth, as it was learned that the accused was seen saying this controversial thing in a conversation with a channel in the national capital itself.
However, the police teams interrogated people on the possible whereabouts of the accused on the basis of photographs and videos. After this, as soon as the information was received, the accused was arrested. After this, the police reached Bulandshahr taking the accused in their custody.
The accused said in his clarification, “When I told my real name (Vikas Kumar), people were laughing seeing my appearance as a lie and considering me a Muslim, so I told my name as Rashid Khan.” Anyway, everyone there used to call me Rashid.
The accused youth expressed remorse for supporting Aftab accused in the Shraddha murder and chopping it into 36 pieces instead of 35 and said that he did not know that talking to the channel would become a problem for him.
Regarding this matter, Bulandshahr police has also written on Twitter, a video made in Delhi came to notice through social media. In which a person was making objectionable remarks describing himself as a resident of Bulandshahr. The accused has been arrested by the Secunderabad police station.
At the same time, Bulandshahr SSP Shlok Kumar told that cases of theft and Arms Act have been registered against the accused Vikas Kumar.