Two children who went to pluck litchi in Chhapra were chased away by the caretakers, innocent died due to falling in the well while running

Two children who went to pluck litchi in Chhapra were chased away by the caretakers, innocent died due to falling in the well while running

In a tragic accident in Bihar's Saran district on Thursday evening, two children died after falling into a well. The police took possession of both the bodies and sent them to Sadar Hospital for postmortem. Both the children used to look like uncle and nephew in the relationship. Both the deceased children have been identified as Munna Kumar (13) son of Motilal Mahato and Rohit Kumar (10) son of Rakesh Mahato. The atmosphere of the family has remained gloomy due to the death.

Children reach the garden after seeing litchi 

It is being told about the incident that seeing red-red litchis in the litchi tree of a person near the house, both the children reached the garden. Both of them were trying to break the litchi from the tree when the person guarding the trees caught sight of them.

The caretakers chased away the children 

When the guarding person chased both of them, they started running away after saving their lives and fell into the well in chaos. Due to which he lost his life. When the family got to know about the incident, they could not believe it.

Removed from the well with the help of villagers 

On getting information about the incident, everyone rushed to the spot where both the children were pulled out with the help of the villagers. After which he was taken to the nearest health center for treatment where the doctor declared him brought dead.

father works 

As soon as the news of death was received, the family members roared and started crying there. Seeing this scene, the eyes of the people present there also became moist. The police was informed about the incident. After which Bheldi police station chief Arun Kumar Singh immediately reached the spot and sent the body to Sadar Hospital for post-mortem. The father of both the children works as a laborer to feed his family.

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An all-party meeting will be called on June 1 on the caste-based census in Bihar, the government has written a letter to all the parties

An all-party meeting will be called on June 1 on the caste-based census in Bihar, the government has written a letter to all the parties

An all-party meeting will be convened on June 1 on the caste-based census in Bihar. For this, the Nitish Kumar government of the state has written a letter to all the parties. State Education Minister Vijay Kumar Chaudhary has given this information. Vijay Kumar Chaudhary has told that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had announced to convene a meeting soon about the caste-based census. Discussions have been held with all the parties on this subject and this meeting will be held on June 1 in Patna under the leadership of CM Nitish Kumar.

In the capital Patna, Education Minister Vijay Kumar Choudhary said, "Today, we have written a letter to the leaders with the request to have at least caste-based census in Bihar and everyone should be present on time to discuss how it should be done.". The meeting will be held at 4 pm." Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had clearly said in the past that a caste-based census will be held in the state and will be done in a better way. He said that all preparations are being made for this.

CM Nitish has been vocal about caste census from the beginning
Significantly, CM Nitish Kumar has been vocal about the caste census from the beginning. The all-party delegation from the state under the leadership of CM Nitish Kumar also met Prime Minister Narendra Modi regarding the caste census. During that time, the central government had refused to conduct a caste census in the present situation, saying so much that the state can conduct a caste census at its level. After this, CM Nitish announced to conduct of a caste census on behalf of the state government.

RJD also supports caste census
Let us inform you that after Nitish's announcement, former Chief Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav's party Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) also supported it. Recently, RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav said, "Last year our party had proposed a caste-based census to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar."

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