Trouble seems to be mounting for Shrikant Tyagi as the police has been asked to take ‘strictest possible’ action against him and his supporters
Delhi: Following Uttar Pradesh government’s zero-tolerance policy, Noida police on Sunday slapped Gangster Act on Shrikant Tyagi and his properties are likely to be attached, as per sources.
Tyagi is accused of allegedly assaulting a woman after a spat at a housing society in Noida.
Here’s the video of the incident:
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No one can behave like this with a woman, where are other socity members, restrict action required for srikant tyagi and people like him ?? pic.twitter.com/Nt3ECCWxsy
— Akash Rastogi (@AkashRastogi10) August 6, 2022