The police inspector, identified as Subodh Kumar Singh, died on the spot as he was hit by a blunt object on the head while he was trying to stop the rampaging mob.
A 20-year-old man was also killed.
"The Chief Minister has assured us that he will remain with us in this hard time and ensure justice for us".
The officer's elder son Shreya is studying MBA while his younger son Abhishek is a student of engineering.
"My father is dead, tomorrow it can be some IG or a minister", he told a news channel.
Meanwhile, Additional Chief Secretary Avaneesh Awasthi said that Adityanath would be meeting the family members of deceased SHO Subodh Kumar Singh at his official residence Thursday morning. But their worst fears came true as the mob turned violent and began pelting stones at them.
Uttar Pradesh minister Atul Garg later said the loans amounted to Rs 25-30 lakh. "The policemen retreated. Someone from the crowd opened fire that killed the police inspector".
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They raised slogans against the police administration and blocked the Bulandshahr-Garh State Highway. Besides an extraordinary pension, we have also offered a job. The release did not say anything about Singh's death. Prodded by condemnation on social media, the Chief Minister finally declared through his office that he would meet Subodh Kumar Singh's family.
He said Mr. Adityanath had decided that the government would pay off the education loan that the family had taken.
Earlier, police had said the officer was stoned to death and the other man died from gunshot wounds. CM only keeps saying cow cow cow.
The family mostly lived away from the inspector in Etah. There have been a string of attacks by hardline Hindu groups targeting Muslims and low-caste Dalits over cattle slaughter and beef consumption.
"Riots and violence should not take place. I was told we should be called again if required", he said.
The administration then swung into action, FIRs were filed and arrests were made.
VHP activist Upendra Raghav, BJP city youth wing President Shikhar Agarwal and Bajrang Dal district coordinator Yogesh Raj have been named in the First Information Report in the wake of the violence on Monday. The state government said it was also focusing on uncovering a possible "political conspiracy" behind leaving out animal carcasses in a state where the practice is banned and the slaughter of a cow remains a highly emotive issue.