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Delhi violence: Constable Ratanlal was also doing duty in fever, died in saving officer

New Delhi: Shahdara Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Amit Sharma, who arrived with a police force to control the violent demonstrations in East Delhi’s Chandbagh on Monday afternoon, was seriously injured. At the same time, Ratan Lal became the martyr of ACP of Gokalpur in an attempt to save him while playing his duty. It is being told that he was doing duty despite having fever.

According to the events, Amit Sharma was surrounded by protesters. He started being attacked with sticks. Seeing this, Ratan Lal who was present on the occasion arrived to save. During this time, a big stone came on his head. After this, the miscreants also beat them up.

Many other policemen were also attacked during this period. Later the additional force rushed all the injured to the hospital. Where Ratan Lal was declared dead. At the same time, Amit Sharma and three sub-inspectors have been admitted to Max Hospital.

According to police officials, Amit Sharma has suffered serious head injuries. He also has a fracture in his hand. He has been admitted to ICU of Neuro Department. At the same time, the condition of three sub-inspectors is also said to be critical. In addition, more than ten policemen are admitted to GTB Hospital. Police officials said the body of Ratan Lal has been kept in a morchary at GTB Hospital for postmortem. Ratan Lal, originally from Sikar, Rajasthan was admitted to Delhi Police as a constable in 1998. His wife and two children live in Burari.

Delhi Police’s head constable Ratan Lal, who was martyred during the violent protests, was shot through the media by his wife Poonam. As soon as she came to know that the vermilion of her demand has been uprooted, she faints after eating gush. While Swatan was trying to tie the consoles by giving false assurances of Ratan Lal’s injuries and treatment. Originally a resident of Thapli village in Sikar district of Rajasthan, Ratan Lal lived with family in Amrit Vihar Colony of Burari. He is survived by his wife Poonam, two daughters and a nine-year-old son. All three children are studying. When the incident was reported, the rest of his family members in Ratan Lal’s ancestral village created a furore. Somehow everyone reached their house and started convincing Poonam and the children to keep them up. Relatives said that they had only learned that Ratan had been shot. After the incident, several Delhi Police personnel also reached Ratan Lal’s house.

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