Two policemen in Uttar Pradesh's Siddharthnagar district were suspended on Friday when they were caught on digicam thrashing and humiliating motorbike rider allegedly over a traffic violation.

The pictures of the incident became extensively shared on social media, following which sub-inspector Virendra Singh and head constable Mahendra Prasad have been suspended, police stated.

The remember pertains to the Sakarpar police outpost in Khesraha police station inside the district, which borders Nepal. In the video, shot on August 10, as in step with police, the two policemen may be seen beating and hurling abuses at a teens, who became allegedly intoxicated.

A toddler, probable associated with the bike rider, seemed on because the policemen dragged the adolescents on the ground by his leg and additionally driven him round. While the SI pinned him down with the aid of standing on his thighs and grabbing him by using his neck, the constable kicked the youngsters inside the back usually together with his boots. All this took place in full public view.

SP Siddharthnagar Dharm Veer Singh stated it turned into an "ugly display" by the two policemen in uniform and an "undignified act" for the complete Police Department and the whole society.

Further Departmental motion, which includes expulsion, may be taken against the 2 policemen, pending a probe, said Mr. Singh. 
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