Hours earlier than his son’s wedding was to be solemnized, a 50-year-vintage man and his son-in-regulation had been killed whilst a truck coming from the wrong facet hit their bike in Eurasia village of Bareilly. Ved Ram Kashyap and his son-in-law Tej Ram had gone to the marketplace to get buttermilk for the visitors. The accident passed off close to Cantonment on Monday morning.
According to police, after hitting the bike, the truck driver didn’t apply brakes and dragged the 2-wheeler as much as 500 meters which had caught under its bonnet. The gasoline tank of the motorbike caught fire which additionally engulfed the truck.
Kashyap’s son Ajay, who turned inconsolable, stated that all the guests had arrived, and they were preparing for the ‘Mandha’ — a wedding ritual. “At 8 am, my father and Tej Ram left the residence to convey buttermilk for the guests from neighboring Bauapur village,” he said.
When they reached Manipur Chikitiya crossing, the rushing truck coming from Fatehpur East hit them. Superintendent of police (city) Abhinandan Singh stated, “We have seized the truck and released a manhunt to nab the driving force.”
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Farhat Naqvi, who runs an NGO, Mera Haq Foundation, has written to the Prime Minister’s Office with a plea that an unbiased inquiry is carried out in opposition to Aroha’s Didauli policemen for allegedly “harassing” Hasin Jahan, spouse of cricketer Mohd Shami, on Sunday.
Jahan became arrested for allegedly growing ruckus at Shami’s native residence on Sunday and was launched on a non-public bond of Rs 3 lakh on Monday morning.
On Wednesday, following the grievance of Jahan towards the Didauli police, ADG (Bareilly Zone) had asked a circle officer in Rampur to probe her allegations.
Naqvi’s NGO enables triple domestic violence, talaq, and Shalala victims. She stated, “As Shami is the usage of his clout, I even have asked the Prime Minister to make certain independent probe into the problem and take suitable motion. Besides, Jahan and I are in Allahabad to take legal opinion inside the count and, if want arises, we may record testimony in the excessive court.”
According to Jahan, on April 28, she, along with her three-and-a-half-year-vintage daughter and a maid, had long passed to her house in Sahaspur Ali Nagar village in Amroha. “I turned into staying in the portion of the house my husband had were given constructed for me. After my in-laws informed my husband, police arrived there around 8.30 pm and spoke to me. Later, I went to sleep, but police officers repeatedly knocked at the door around the middle of the night, forcing me to open it. They were abusive and misbehaved with me. Police officers dragged me out of the room and took my cell telephone away. They took me to the police station. Police officers also wakened my daughter and maid and made them sit in any other jeep. They first took us to Didauli police station and later shifted me to a sanatorium,” Jahan alleged.
A 60-yr-old farmer was gored to dying by using a stray bull at his residence in the Bhutha area of Bareilly district on Friday morning. Victim Ram Raes Singh was feeding his cow within the courtyard of his residence when a stray bull attacked him. He is probably the third character to be attacked with the aid of the equal bull inside one week, citizens said.
Raes Singh’s death has yet again added to the fore the risk posed by stray livestock. He is the second man to be killed with stray farm animals inside the district in the past month. Netram (50) was killed with the aid of a raging bull in the Aonla vicinity of the district on April 12.
Raes Singh’s brother Nawab Singh rushed to his rescue; however, earlier than he can be furnished with any clinical aid, the man was lifeless.
According to locals, a huge stray bull soaring around Almonipur and its adjoining villages has grown to be a menace for all. On Wednesday, it attacked Ram Jatav while working in his area, and on Monday, the identical animal injured farmer Ram Chandra Yadav.
Villagers had raised the difficulty at a gram panchayat assembly. However, no decision changed into taken on tackling the menace. On Friday morning, the same bull charged at Ram Raes and killed him.
After getting the statistics, neighborhood police officers arrived on the spot and attempted to trap the bull but is charged at them, sending them scurrying for cover. The rescue operation changed into called off.
Nawab Singh informed TOI, “We are but to receive any help from the district management in tackling stray livestock menace in our area. They spoil our plants and injure people. The bull that killed my brother is extremely dangerous and might attack someone else. It needs to be trapped quickly.”
SHO, Bhutha police station, Virendra Singh Rana, stated, “We have sent the body for an autopsy. The autopsy record will be needed for sanctioning reimbursement in this situation.”