Attention Mr Yogi..Villain of Bulandshahr goes LIVE on video, police fails to arrest him...Watch

New Delhi, News24 Bureau, Dec 5: A video has come to light which is released by the main accused in Bulandshaher violence case Yogesh raj himself. In this video, he pleads innocence and says that he has nothing to do with the mob violence. He says that he has nothing to do with the bloody violence which took the lives of honest police officer Subodh Kumar Singh and 20-year-old Sumit Kumar on Monday.“I have nothing to do with the firing, I’m innocent,” said Raj in the video. This Bajrang Dal convenor has been named as the main accused in the Bulandshahr violence.But Yogesh is at large and has sent his video as the testimony of his innocence.In the meanwhile, Police arrested four people on Tuesday and were hunting for a Bajrang Dal activist in connection with mob violence in Bulandshahr that left an inspector and a passerby dead, as angry families demanded action amid criticism of the UP chief minister and suggestions of conspiraciesA mob of some 400 people, including right-wing activists, fought pitched battles with police on Monday in Siana area of Bulandshahr district, apparently after right-wing activists were angered by the discovery of cow carcasses strewn in a nearby jungle.They set fire to dozens of vehicles, hurled stones and also fired guns at police who retaliated with gunfire. In the violence, Inspector Subodh Kumar Singh, the station house officer of Siana, and 20-year-old Sumit Kumar were killed.A video emerged Tuesday showing what a young man with his hand over a bleeding wound near the abdomen, being helped by other people as they all run. Someone is heard in the audio saying the man has been shot. It was not clear if the man is Sumit Kumar.The National Human Rights Commission issued notices to the Uttar Pradesh government and the director general of police over the incident.Police said on Tuesday that four persons were arrested, but the main suspect, Bajrang Dal district convenor Yogesh Raj, was on the run. They said 27 people have been named in the FIR while cases have been lodged against 50-60 unidentified people.Of the 27, at least four are workers and functionaries of right-wing organisations such as Bajrang Dal, the officials said.There was a heavy deployment of security forces in the area and tension spiralled as angry families demanded justice for their kin.There was confusion about the number of those arrested with police officials first saying four, then three and finally four again.Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order) Anand Kumar told reporters that six police teams were working on the case and trying to identify the accused by monitoring video footage.With Agencies