Where to go old Amma: 81-year-old old lady was taken out by sons, Jamui police reprimanded, court closed in Corona

Where to go old Amma: 81-year-old old lady was taken out by sons, Jamui police reprimanded, court closed in Corona

 The sons who were brought up with great care, beat their 81-year-old mother out of the house amidst the troubles of corona and cold. When the police reached the police station, the police chased them away and when they reached the court, there is a lock due to corona.

This truth is of Sumitra Laheri, a resident of Bhukkhar Mohalla, who was supported by a woman journalist, then took her along with the District Magistrate, SP office and reached to plead before the SDO. Still he did not get justice.

After the initiative of SDO Jamui on the application of the woman, with the help of women's helpline, she was taken to the police station where the cops called the sons and asked them to keep the mother well and after a while again the same assault and torture. After suffering, the mother runs away and after taking shelter in another's place, she is again eating stumbling blocks here and there.

It should be good for that young lady journalist who did not consider this woman only as new, but taking care of her age and being illiterate, took her to all the office bearers. Due to this the said young lady journalist also had to face threats and harassment from the sons of the old lady.

The destitute woman could not even get a place in the short stay home because it was told that there is an age limit. In such a situation, the helpless old lady kept on making rounds of her office even on Thursday to meet the officials around the court, especially Jamui SP.

Till now no housing or ashram for old women has been opened in Jamui, either privately or even government. In such a situation, such old women are left with no option but to wander on the destitute road.

By the way, in the Internet media, senior police officers have been seen taking initiative to give relief to the parents who were tormented by such aged son Patohu. The government also made a law, but if the police do not adopt a cooperative attitude, then who will give justice to such people.

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Ahiro's chief and her husband received death threats, two people of the village were made accused

Ahiro's chief and her husband received death threats, two people of the village were made accused

Anju Devi and her husband Rajeev Kumar Yadav, the head of Ahiro Panchayat, received death threats on their mobiles on Friday night. After this, Rajeev Kumar Yadav, a resident of Dumarjor village, has accused Amit Mandal and Munna Mandal, residents of Ahiro village, by apprehending it by applying to the police on Saturday.

By applying to the police, it is alleged that at around eight o'clock on Friday night, threats were made on his mobile. In this, under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna, Amit Mandal and Munna Mandal have asked to get their wife Mukhiya Anju Devi passed by speaking. If not done, both the husband and wife will have to lose their lives. Along with this, a demand has been made to give an extortion of fifty thousand rupees to both of them in each scheme.

Along with this, the head will not allow any kind of plan work to be done from the fund. The head husband has also alleged in the application that the panchayat's housing assistant, Bahamdev Yadav, has also been asked by both the accused to reverse the name in the list of housing scheme, demanding 50 thousand extortion.

The head husband told that the Panchayat Sarkar Bhawan is near the house of both the accused. Because of this, there is a fear of going there and working there. In this case, SHO Maheshwar Prasad Rai told that the application of the head husband has been received. The police is investigating the matter.

Here, the accused Amit told that the benefit of PM housing is being given by the headman to the pucca house. On its complaint, false allegation of extortion is being made.

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