The police party manages to nab one of the criminals after shooting him in his leg
The Hush Post | 19:35 | 2-minutes read
An Uttar Pradesh police team mimicked gunshots with mouth to scare a group of gangsters as their firearms didn’t work. The incident occurred in Sambhal district of UP, a report said on Sunday.
A news agency released a video regarding this incident. The video clip shows an assistant superintendent of police (ASP) shouting “thain-thain (gunshot sounds)” and “maaro (kill) and ghero (surround).” The clip shows another cop in plain clothes struggling to fire as the cartridges in his revolver gett stuck.
#WATCH: Police personnel shouts 'thain thain' to scare criminals during an encounter in Sambhal after his revolver got jammed. ASP says, 'words like 'maaro & ghero' are said to create mental pressure on criminals. Cartridges being stuck in revolver is a technical fault'. (12.10) pic.twitter.com/NKyEnPZukh
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The ASP reportedly said he wanted to create “mental pressure” on the goons. The police have managed to arrest one of the goons after shooting him in his leg. A cop also got injured in this encounter, the report said.