Anish Khan, one of the culprits behind the heinous attack on a woman GRP head constable aboard the Saryu Express, was gunned down in an encounter with a vigilant joint task force comprising the Special Task Force (STF) and Ayodhya police. This incident unfolded in the Inayat Nagar area of Ayodhya district, casting a ray of hope on justice for the victim.
The ruthless assault on the woman police officer sent shockwaves throughout the nation, leaving us questioning the safety and security of those who dedicate their lives to protect us. However, today, as Anish Khan meets his fate, we are reminded that justice can prevail, even in the face of brazen violence.
In the exchange of gunfire, not only did Anish Khan meet his end, but his two partners in crime, Azad and Vishambhar Dayal Dubey, also suffered injuries. These individuals, with their criminal antecedents, were no strangers to the world of crimes. Their actions had placed them squarely in the crosshairs of law enforcement, and they found themselves reaping the bitter fruits of their transgressions.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s resolute words, “If anyone commits a crime like harassing women in the state, ‘Yamraj’ will be waiting for him,” have proven more than just rhetoric. They signify a firm commitment to protecting the vulnerable and ensuring that those who threaten the safety and dignity of women face the consequences of their actions.
Anish Khan’s encounter serves as a reminder that the wheels of justice are unrelenting in their pursuit of truth and accountability. The elimination of a threat to society is a solemn duty that the law enforcement agencies must shoulder.
The encounter in Ayodhya sends a powerful message to criminals and potential wrongdoers across the state that Uttar Pradesh is committed to safeguarding the rights and well-being of its citizens, especially its women. It serves as a beacon of hope, assuring us that no matter how dark the night may seem, the dawn of justice will always break through.
Today, as we reflect on this turn of events, let us not only remember the bravery of our law enforcement agencies but also reaffirm our collective resolve to stand against any form of violence, particularly those targeting women. Only through unwavering unity and the strictest enforcement of the law can we ensure that ‘Yamraj’ awaits those who dare to commit such despicable acts.
May the woman GRP head constable find solace in the knowledge that the wheels of justice continue to turn, unyielding and unwavering, in the face of adversity.