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Days after spat with BJP workers, UP policewoman transferred

Days after spat with BJP workers, UP policewoman transferred

Shrestha Thakur, the woman cop of Bulandshahr, who hit the headlines few days back for confronting Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and taking five party workers into custody for not obeying traffic rules has been transferred from Bulandshahr to Bahraich on Sunday.

Earlier last week, a delegation of 11 MLAs and MP met with UP CM Yogi Adityanath over the issue. Following the incident local leaders persuaded party high command to take action against Thakur. The argument had broken out after one of them was stopped and fined for not having proper documents while driving.

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To which Thakur had asked them to obtain a letter from the chief minister stating that BJP workers must not be bothered even when they break laws.

It was said that the police officer was transferred after the local BJP leaders insisted on moving her out, arguing that such an action was necessary to lift the morale of the party.

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Now part of the Syana circle, the 34-year-old officer has been transferred to Bahraich. "Got transfer to Bahraich, it's Nepal border, don't worry my friends I am happy.I accept it as a reward for my good work.u all are invited to bahraich (sic)".

The video of Thakur chiding BJP workers had gone viral, in which the senior police officer could be heard saying, "You please go and get written orders from the chief minister that the police have no right to check vehicles. that we can't do our job". The Senior Superintendent of Police Saharanpur and Agra were transferred as part of larger transfers of SSPs a week after they took against BJP and RSS workers for attaching the house of SSP and rioting in Saharanpur and attacking a police station and beating a police officer, burning police vehicles and trying to release arrested RSS workers from police lock-up in Agra in April.

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Despite claims by local leadership, the development is not seen as a punishment transfer.