Uttar Pradesh: the man 'falls' from the terrace while the police enter the house

BAREILLY: A 32-year-old government school teacher, who has a dowry case registered against him, suffered serious injuries after he allegedly fell from the terrace of his house after police stormed to recover Rs 1.25 lakh from alimony based on a court order.

Doctors said the teacher, identified as Ajay, suffered multiple fractures, including in the spine, and may not be able to walk again.

We need to perform surgery on Ajay's spine to treat his wounds. Although the injuries are serious, they are not life-threatening, ”said Dr. Brijeshwar Singh of Siddhi Vinayak Hospital.

According to family members, Ajay, who was sleeping in his room at the time, ran to the terrace when police broke into his house Thursday night and allegedly jumped from there. They claimed that the police pressured Ajay to pay the money.

Pradeep Kumar, a friend of Ajay's family, told TOI: The police put too much pressure on Ajay, which he couldn't bear. Amit had not even escaped and was habitual in his school. The cops should answer why two police jeeps went home at 11.30 p.m., and why they broke the door. We believe that the police wanted to pressure Amit to pay his wife money because the additional district and the court of sessions could provide a suspension against the additional order of the chief judicial magistrate (ACJM) next week.

However, SHO of the Quila police station, Manoj Kumar He said: We had the recovery order and a no rescue order (NBW) against Ajay. He fell off the terrace when we got home. The police have the authority to go to the defendant's house at any time if there is an order issued against him.

When TOI asked SSP Bareilly Shailesh Pandey if the police action was appropriate in this case, he replied: “The SHO informed me that the court had issued a recovery order and an NBW against the teacher and that they were only following the court order. I will investigate this matter.

Ajay married in 2009 and has two children. The ACJM had issued an ex parte trial in favor of Ajay's wife earlier this year. Later, Ajay filed an appeal in the additional district and the court of sessions to overturn the order of the lower court. The sentence will be delivered next week.