Bulandshahr Violence: Deceased UP Cop's Mobile Phone Found At Home Of Accused

Bulandshahr Violence: Deceased  UP Cop

Bulandshahr Violence: Deceased  UP Cop's Mobile Phone Found At Home Of Accused 

New Delhi: Almost two months after the Bulandshahr's mob violence that claimed the life of police officer, the police has managed to find his mobile phone on Saturday night at the home of the man who allegedly shot him dead. 

The mobile phone of deceased officer Subodh Kumar Singh was recovered after searches at the home of Prashant Nutt. On December 28, the police had arrested him from the Bulandshahr-Noida border. He and two other men who had snatched the officer's revolver were identified from a cellphone video.

The police said that six other mobile phones were found during the searches. The phones are being checked by the police for any leads into the Bulandshahr violence.

After his arrest, the accused Prashant Nutt had confessed of shooting Subodh Kumar Singh. The police had arrested thirty people after the Uttar Pradesh government was criticised for its handling of the investigation into the mob violence and the killing. The main accused in the December mob violence, Yogesh Raj was arrested on January 2. 

Another accused named, Kalua was arrested on January 1. He has been accused of attacking the inspector with an axe, chopping off a couple of his fingers and then inflicting a head wound. 

During the violence, the Inspector Subodh Kumar Singh was chased, cornered in a field and shot dead by the mob. The violence also claimed the life of young man.