The collection of life becomes a waste Soldier's family killed after dispute in UP

The collection of life becomes a waste Soldier's family killed after dispute in UP

Banda (UP). The cousin killed a soldier, his mother and sister by attacking them with sharp-edged weapons in a minor dispute of throwing garbage in the drain at Parshuram Pond in Gayatri Nagar (Chamraudi) locality of Banda city in Uttar Pradesh. Two others were also injured in the incident. Police arrested three attackers and detained a woman in this connection last night.

Deputy Superintendent of Police (CO) Alok Mishra told PTI- on Saturday morning, after a minor dispute of throwing garbage and rotten rice in the drain at Parshuram Pond in Gayatri Nagar (Chamraudi) locality of Banda town at around 11.30 pm on Friday night in Prayagraj district. Soldiers Abhijeet Verma (27), his sister Nisha Verma (29) and mother Ramavati (54), posted at Naini police station, were shot and killed by ax, lathi-sticks and pistols.

In this connection, at around two o'clock in the night, the raid arrested Devraj, Shivpujan, Bablu, the cousin of a deceased soldier with a weapon used in the incident and a woman from the family of the accused involved in the attack Is also detained. He said that other absconding accused are being searched. The CO said that during the attack, soldier Abhijeet, his sister and mother, Abhijeet's partner Dilip (24) and a woman Rajjo Devi (35) were also injured due to ax, who were admitted to the government hospital for treatment. is.

The soldier came to his home to celebrate Diwali on a holiday. All three bodies will be conducted postmortem today. At the same time, Inspector-in-charge (SHO) of the city Kotwali, Dinesh Singh said that there was a minor dispute between the two cousins ​​about throwing garbage and rotten rice into the drain late on Friday evening. After which the dead soldiers' cousins ​​Devraj, Shivpujan and Bablu fired on the fire by firing from the tank. He said that the dispute had calmed down that at around 11:30 pm, five-six people attacked the house of constable Abhijeet Verma and dragged him out of the house and killed the three.

Singh said that Sepoy Abhijeet, his sister Nisha and mother Ramavati were rushed to the hospital, where doctors declared them dead. In view of the tension in the locality, a heavy police force is deployed. The police said that Saurabh, the younger brother of the deceased soldier Abhijeet, is also a trained soldier of the police, he has come to Banda Kotwali this morning.

A case of murder is being written on his tahrir. Further action will be taken after this. On receiving the information of the incident, Inspector General of Police (IG) of Banda enclosure K.G. Satyanarayana, Superintendent of Police Siddharth Shankar Meena and District Magistrate Anand Kumar Singh have also inspected the site and instructed the necessary actions to be given to the subordinates.

Anti-Sikh riot: HC directs police to continue security to Verma

Anti-Sikh riot: HC directs police to continue security to Verma

New Delhi. The Delhi High Court has directed the police to continue the protection to Abhishek Verma, a witness and controversial arms dealer in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case. The High Court said that the police should continue to provide security to Verma until the CBI informs that he no longer needs to provide security. The High Court was informed by the CBI that the investigation into the case is still underway and they are not in a position to make a statement as to whether Verma, who is being threatened, is needed as a witness.

Justice Yogesh Khanna said on Thursday that under these circumstances, his security should be enhanced till the CBI informs Delhi Police that the petitioner (Verma) is not needed as a witness. This exemption has been given in view of the reason mentioned in their order on 28 September. On the court's decision, three security personnel have been provided to Verma and his family round the clock.

Advocates Maninder Singh and Dinhar Takir, representing Verma, said that they should be provided security at least until their statement is recorded in the case. Verma was first provided security in 2017. The case relates to the riots at Gurdwara Pulbangash in North Delhi on November 1, 1984, a day after the assassination of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi by her Sikh bodyguards, in which three people were killed. 

Congress leader Jagdish Tytler has denied his role in the riots and has been given a clean chit by the CBI in the case but the court has directed the agency to investigate the matter further. The victims filed a petition challenging the CBI's 'closure report' in the case.