After police action, Tyagi community comes out in support of Shrikant Tyagi


Meerut (Uttar Pradesh), Aug 9 : Within hours of the arrest of self-proclaimed BJP leader Shrikant Tyagi, members of the Tyagi community came together in Meerut to condemn the 'harassment of family by the police'. The members claimed that Shrikant Tyagi was an offender, but the Noida Police had picked up his wife, Anu, twice without any valid reason or completing legal formalities. A similar community panchayat was held in Muzaffarnagar on Tuesday where the members announced their support to Tyagi and termed the police action as 'harassment of the community'. Richpal Tyagi, one of the members, alleged that a media trial was being conducted on the issue and the incident had been blown out of proportion. /IANS


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