KANPUR: The Farrukhabad superintendent of police office witnessed a bizarre sight on Monday when a criminal with a top-10 rating, accompanied by his elderly mother and with a placard in his hand proclaiming his ‘innocence’.
Before that the criminal also made a promise to his mother in the temple that he would never commit a crime again.
Thereafter, he went to the police office and met SP Ashok Kumar Meena with a plea that the police not harass him any more.
He was also carrying a placard in his hand on which was written, ‘Sir, I am innocent, I want to live life like a common citizen’. His mother told the SP that her son had taken a vow with her in the temple of Mahakal that he would never commit a crime again and want to live a peaceful life.
According to police sources, nine cases of serious crimes have been registered against Aditya Kumar Rajput alias Badal, a resident of Mohalla Angoori Bagh, at City Kotwali, Maudarwaja and Rajepur police stations.
He had also been included in the list of top 10 history-sheeters. However, he has got bail from the court in all the cases. Aditya also gave an affidavit addressed to the SP. In the affidavit, he stated that four cases were registered against him in Kotwali, three at Maudarwaja police station and two at Rajepur police stations. “However, I have got bail from the court in all the cases. Now, I want to live a peaceful life of a decent man. I will cooperate fully with the police. And now the police should never harass me,” he stated further.
His mother Laungshree also stated in the affidavit that her son has given her a promise in the Mahakal temple that he will stay away from criminal activities.
She said, “SP Sir has assured that he would not be harassed unnecessarily.”
Kotwali in-charge Vinod Kumar Shukla said that the history sheet of Aditya Kumar Rajput is open at the city’s various police stations, including Kotwali. He is included in the list of top 10 criminals.
“On Tuesday, he came to SP Sir with his mother and with a placard in hand on which it was written that ‘Sir I am innocent and want to live life a decent man’,” Shukla said, adding that the future course of action will be decided after deliberations at senior level.





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