A total of 38 people, including local BJP and Bajrang Dal leaders, were arrested for the violence that broke out in Siyana tehsil of Bulandshahr on December 3.
On December 3, police inspector Subodh Kumar was killed in the violence which took place after carcasses of 25 cattle were found in the forests close to a police station.
He was absconding since he was accused of instigating mob against the police in Bulandshahr on December 3 in which inspector Subodh Kumar Singh and a local Sumit Kumar were killed.
Kalua told police that on December 3, he was felling a tree to block a road, when the inspector stopped him from doing so, he attacked him with an axe.
Asked if he thought there was any political pressure on police in this case, he reposed his faith in the investigators and said he hoped to get justice.
During the stone pelting, the police constable Suresh Vats was killed, who was doing VVIP duty on the PM's visit.
Bulandshahr violence: Slain police officer was attacked with stones, axe before being shot, claim cops
Prashant Natt, the suspected killer of Subodh Kumar Singh, disclosed that the mob attacked Inspector Singh with stones while he was trying to pacify them following which he got badly injured.
Bulandshahr violence: Delhi-based cab driver accused of killing inspector Subodh Kumar in fresh twist
The police sources claimed that Prashant Natt, a Delhi-based cab driver, is the person who allegedly pulled the trigger at the police inspector during the mob frenzy.
According to highly placed sources, the SIT probing into the killing of the inspector and the mob violence, has yet to identify the actual killer of the cop.
As per the sources, the youth, identified as the one hailing from Chingrawati village, was seen with a group of five youngsters surrounding the deceased inspector during the violence.
Two more police officials-CO Syana police station area, Satya Prakash Sharma and Chingrawati police outpost in-charge Suresh Kumar were also transferred late on Friday night.
BJP leaders had demanded the slain inspector's transfer after accusing him of creating obstacles for religious functions, alleging that his behaviour caused resentment in the Hindu community.
Congress' chief spokesperson slammed the Uttar Pradesh chief minister of summoning the slain policeman's family to meet him instead of going to their house.
Two police teams have left for Jammu to bring him for interrogation. Army sources in New Delhi said the soldier had been located.
However, his mother Ratan Kaur claimed that her son was posted in Kargil and denied he was present in Bulandshahr on the fateful day.