Ballia sand trader Hiraman Yadav (50) in Ballia was shot dead by bike riders near Sultanpur turn. The villagers, angered by the incident at dawn, blocked the dead body on the Nagra-Gadwar road. The villagers ended the jam after two and a half hours on the SP's assurance. On the son's complaint, the police have registered a case against seven people and arrested one of the accused. Hiraman Yadav, a resident of Saraya Bagdora in Nagra region, owns a ballast-sand shop near Bachhaipur Chatti. On Saturday morning, he went for a walk on the Nagra-Gadwar road. Sultanpur had reached a hundred meters ahead of the turn that ambush bike riders shot them in the stomach and head. Due to this, he died on the spot.
A crowd of villagers gathered as soon as the information came Villagers blocked the Nagra-Gadwar road with the dead body. This led to a queue of vehicles on both sides. Superintendent of Police Devendra Nath reached the spot and got the villagers assured of strict action to end the jam. Police have registered a case of murder against seven people on the tahrir of Sintu Yadav, son of the deceased, and arrested the accused Ramakant Yadav.
The reason behind the incident of tampering is being told that the incident of tampering is being
done behind the murder of Hiraman Yadav, resident of Saraya Bagdora. There was also a fight on both sides twice. Family members said that Hiraman had twice given his life threatening application to the police station, but the police had no impact.
This resulted in murder. The deceased has a son, 22-year-old Sintu, and two daughters, 20-year-old Neha and 18-year-old Nidhi. The marriage of the son and elder daughter is scheduled in May. Wife Sheela Yadav is in a weeping condition. Hiraman was the younger of two brothers.