Bike rider dies due to tractor collision

Bike rider dies due to tractor collision

 A young man riding a bike died due to a collision with a tractor on Thursday morning near the gambling bridge of Ajitmal area. He along with his maternal uncle had left the house to get DAP manure. On getting information about the incident, the police reached and took possession of the body. On the basis of the Tahrir given by the relative, a case has been registered.

19-year-old Neeraj Pal, a resident of Navalpur village, was going to take DAP fertilizer in gambling village along with his maternal uncle Narendra, a resident of Sikhupur village of Phaphund police station area, on Thursday morning. Mama stopped the bike for a short time near the gambling bridge on Ballapur-Phaphund road. In the meantime, due to the uncontrolled tractor coming from the village side, he rammed the bike. Neeraj was seriously injured in this. He was rushed to the Community Health Center Ajitmal in his injured condition. Where after first aid, he was referred to Uttar Pradesh University of Medical Sciences Saifai Etawah. But, On the way, relatives started taking him to Agra. Seeing the situation getting worse, he went back to Ajitmal. The doctors of the health center declared Neeraj brought dead. The relatives of the deceased have given a complaint to the police. Kotwali police say that a case of road accident has been registered. The body has been sent for post-mortem. The driver fled leaving the tractor at the spot. The tractor has been confiscated. The driver will be taken into custody soon. On the other hand, the condition of the deceased's mother Rambeti was weeping over the death of her son.

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Every Panchayat will become a Divyang Ambassador, will provide facilities

Every Panchayat will become a Divyang Ambassador, will provide facilities

On Friday, World Divyang Day was celebrated with solemnity in Vikas Bhawan auditorium. Sadar MLA Vikram Singh and former minister Amarjit Singh Jan Sevak jointly started the program by cutting the ribbon of the ramp built in Vikas Bhawan. During this it was decided that every village panchayat would be made a Divyang Ambassador, who would provide benefits of every scheme to the differently-abled of his panchayat, for which the handicapped is eligible.

The Sadar MLA said that the Prime Minister of the country has taken the handicapped out of the inferiority complex by giving the word Divyang in place of handicapped. The former minister said, the meetings of Divyang Bandhu have given convenience to the differently-abled. These meetings have facilitated the resolution of problems. DM Apoorva Dubey said that we should behave well towards Divyangjan and cooperate in getting them special opportunities. He talked about making ramps for the handicapped in all government offices, banks and ATMs easy and hassle-free. He talked about giving special facilities to the Divyangjans in the general elections of the Legislative Assembly. District Divyangjan Empowerment Officer Pragati Mishra enumerated the schemes run for the welfare of Divyangjans. On this occasion, 50 Divyangjans were given tricycles, five Divyangjans were given pension acceptance certificates. On this occasion CDO Satya Prakash, Deputy District Magistrate Sadar,

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