"The chief minister has assured us that he will remain with us in this hard time and ensure justice for us".
In another statement, Yogi Adityanath stated that he would arrange a meeting with the family of the policeman.
The family mostly lived away from the inspector in Etah. A College will also be named after late Subodh Kumar Singh.
Chief Minister also said that his government will extend every possible support for the education of both sons of the slain Inspector.
While the elder son of Subodh Singh is preparing for civil services, the younger one is pursuing law, he said.
On Monday, Adityanath had announced a compensation of Rs 40 lakh for Singh's wife, Rs 10 lakh for his parents and a government job for a member of his family.
It said such incidents are part of attempts to incite communal unrest in society ahead of elections. "Yogesh Raj, a local functionary of the Bajrang Dal, is the culprit and we are trying to nab him", Kumar had said.
The right-wing group also asked him to surrender before police and said it believed he was innocent. The angry mob is being heard abusing the cops continuously and chanting words like maaro, maaro (attack). If it is true that the carcasses found belonged to slaughtered cows to feed the congregation, then the organisers of the Islamic meeting should be held accountable.
They include local Bajrang Dal leader Yogesh Raj. As the officers scurried for cover, the men began to hurl stones and even bricks at them, Mr Asrey said in an interview on Monday. "I will be cleared of all accusations", he said.
It said: "Unhone (CM) nirdesh diye hain...abhiyan chala kar mahaul kharab karne wale tatvon ko benakab kar is prakar sajis rachne walon ke virudh prabhavi karyawahi ki jaye (The CM has instructed for drives to be conducted to identify those who are spoiling the environment and investigate those who hatching conspiracies)".
"But soon after, people in the area blocked the streets and started pelting the police with stones".
"I have nothing to do with it". I have full confidence in this government but police have created an atmosphere of gundagardi.
Additional forces have been deployed to maintain peace in the area. A large crowd staged a blockade of the Bulandshahr-Dhar highway, carrying the cow carcass.
"Yes, the security has been lowered but the residents are still terrified", Chingrawathi village head Ajay Kumar told PTI.
"Four of the named accused have been arrested", Circle Officer, Syana, Satya Prakash Sharma said on Tuesday.
The second FIR names Raj, 26 others and 50-60 unidentified persons as accused under 17 charges relating to murder, sedition, arson and dacoity for the mob violence and the two deaths.
The carcasses were found on his fields and he and some others from the village are absconding.
The raids follow details emerging from eyewitness accounts, interrogation of those detained and video footage shot by people present at the time, a police official told IANS.