Bhagalpur, Aliganj Acid Case: After Prince and Raja, now Ranjit Kumar charges framed, Manish Yadav still absconding

Bhagalpur, Aliganj Acid Case: After Prince and Raja, now Ranjit Kumar charges framed, Manish Yadav still absconding

 Bhagalpur, Aliganj Acid Attack Case: The court of Special Judge Anand Kumar Singh of POCSO case has also constituted a charge against Ranjit Kumar Sah, the third accused in the Aliganj acid attack case. Special Public Prosecutor Shankar Jaikishan Mandal requested for the charge formation process, on which the special court on Wednesday framed the charge against the accused present. Out of the four accused in the Aliganj acid case, three Prince, Raja and Ranjit have been accused so far. All three are in judicial custody. Manish Yadav is absconding.

Girl student fighting for life in hospital for 38 days

On April 19, 2019, three-four youths had showered the Inter student with acid after entering the house in Aliganj. The accused had fled from the spot after attacking with acid. The girl with serious burns was first admitted to Jawaharlal Nehru Hospital, Mayaganj, then to Varanasi and Delhi's Safdarjung Hospital. In 38 days of treatment, her condition deteriorated and she died fighting for life at Safdarjung Hospital. Reshmi town was agitated by this incident. Dainik Jagran stood with the victim's family by becoming the voice of the people. School children also took to the streets. Out of the four accused, two Prince and Raja first came into custody, later Ranjit was also arrested. The lone accused Manish Yadav is still absconding.

Two accused surrendered in court

Dialogue source, Bihpur: Subodh Paswan, resident of Bikrampur of the accused block and Krishna alias Lalu Singh of Latipur, surrendered in the court on Wednesday. SHO Rajkumar told that a case was registered against both of them in the police station under the Bihar Prohibition of Alcohol Prohibition Act.

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Asaduddin's MLA refuses to sing the national anthem in Bihar, BJP said - Will see in the assembly

Asaduddin's MLA refuses to sing the national anthem in Bihar, BJP said - Will see in the assembly

 Asaduddin Owaisi's All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) MLA refused to sing the national anthem Vande Mataram at the conclusion of the winter session of the Bihar Legislative Assembly. The session was started this time with the national anthem. When the national anthem was sung at the end of Friday, MLA Akhtarul Iman opposed it. In the matter, BJP MLA Hari Bhushan Thakur Bachaul has said that the act of MLA comes under the category of sedition. The Speaker of the Assembly should take action against the AIMIM MLA. Bachaul said that whenever the session goes on, the MLA will not be allowed to stay in the assembly. 

Talking to the media on this issue, AIMIM MLA Akhtarul Iman said that the tradition of singing the national anthem 'Vande Mataram' is being imposed in the Bihar Legislative Assembly. It is not fun for anyone to force me to sing. I have a problem with the song 'Vande Mataram'. He said that one who does not sing the national anthem is not a traitor. The MLA said that nowhere in the constitution it is written that it is necessary to sing the national anthem. It is not right to look at all sections of the country with one eye. Akhtarul said that I neither sing Vande Mataram nor will I sing.  

Such people want to divide India: BJP

BJP attacked Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi for not singing the national anthem. BJP MLA Hari Bhushan Thakur Bachaul said that these people eat here but will not sing songs. Such people who grow up from other parts of India, who drink water from the rivers here, are of jihadi mentality. Bachaul said that these people of Islamic mindset want to divide India. The BJP MLA said that the Speaker should take action on Akhtarul Iman. He said the BJP would not allow him to stay in the campus whenever the assembly session would go on. 

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