The mortal remains of Dharmendra reached the village, Saraiya reverberated with the praises of Mother India, and the crowd gathered to bid farewell

The mortal remains of Dharmendra reached the village, Saraiya reverberated with the praises of Mother India, and the crowd gathered to bid farewell

The body of the sacrificed soldier Dharmendra Kumar Singh, resident of Saraiya village of the block area, reached the village late on Wednesday night by road from Varanasi. SP Ashish Bharti and senior officers of CRPF, who reached the village during the night, paid homage to the jawan by paying homage.

The villagers were waiting since the day to bring the mortal remains of the CRPF jawan and Lal Dharmendra Kumar of the village, who attained heroic speed in the forest of Nuapada, Odisha. There was a look of despair and sorrow on everyone's face as if God had taken away the happiness of the whole village. As soon as the dead body reached the village, thousands of youths present paid tribute to the martyr by waving the tricolor with Bharat Mata's cheers.

Crowds from mango to khas gathered in the village in the morning for the last glimpse of the soldier. Gum and pride were seen along with the discussion of Dharmendra's valor on the tongue of everyone present. The eyes of everyone present there became moist due to the cries of wife Asha Devi, mother Taramuni Devi, son Roshan, daughter Khushboo, brother Ravindra and Bhavj along with other relatives.

13-year-old daughter Khushboo was crying again and again saying…..Ab Hum Kekra Ke Papa Kahab. The farmer's father was angrier with the Naxalites and Naxalism than the pain of losing his earning son. CRPF DIG Sanjay Kumar, Rohtas SP Ashish Bharti, DDC Shekhar Anand, Nokha MLA Anita Devi, Karakat MLA Arun Kumar, and many others were present on the spot. Were.

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Youth shot dead in broad daylight in Nalanda, there was a dispute over banana

Youth shot dead in broad daylight in Nalanda, there was a dispute over banana

A youth has been murdered in broad daylight in Nalanda, Bihar. On Sunday, miscreants shot and killed a young man in the Trilok Vigha village in the Hilsa police station area. After the incident, the miscreants fled after firing a dozen in the air to spread panic. The deceased youth is Jaggu Prasad, the 27-year-old son of Dev Sharan Prasad, a resident of Trilok Vigha village. Taking quick action, the police arrested the killer Ajay Kumar. Police sent the body to Sadar Hospital for post-mortem.

The controversy happened during the Chhath festival

It is said about the incident that Jaggu had a dispute with Akhilesh Prasad of the village and his brother Ajay Kumar over cutting bananas during Chaiti Chhath. After this Akhilesh Prasad and Ajay Kumar beat Jaggu Prasad's brother Chhotu Prasad and broke his leg. Due to serious injuries, he was treated in Patna. In this regard, the victim's relatives had lodged an FIR in the police station against many people including Akhilesh Prasad. Taking action, the police arrested Akhilesh Prasad and sent him to jail. DSP Krishna Murari said that raids are being conducted to arrest the other accused.

Even after Panchayati, the case was sent to jail

According to the villagers, after the dispute, a settlement was reached between both the parties in which the accused party had given Rs 3500 as a fine. Despite this, Jaggu Prasad had sent Akhilesh Prasad to jail after doing a case. On Saturday, Akhilesh demanded money from Jaggu Prasad. After this, an incident of the fighting took place between the two. At around 10.30 on Sunday, Ajay Kumar, Akhilesh Prasad, Bilton Kumar, and some of his associates came and started firing Jaggu Prasad. Jaggu's brother-in-law Prem Kumar, who came to the rescue, was also beaten up. Meanwhile, Ajay Kumar shot Jaggu Kumar in the head, killing him on the spot.

The father said that if the police had come on information, the son's life would have been saved.

Jaggu's father said that on Saturday evening when Akhilesh and his brother Ajay came to the house, they were abusing and threatening us. At that time the police were informed but the police did not come. The father said that son Jaggu's life would have been saved had the police taken immediate cognizance. SHO Ghulam Sarwar said that he was not given any kind of information.

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