Lucknow News: 23 thousand files sent for scanning missing, LDA lodges FIR

Lucknow News: 23 thousand files sent for scanning missing, LDA lodges FIR

Lucknow Development Authority ( LDA ) for scanning have gone missing. An FIR was lodged against the scanning company Writer in this case at Gomtinagar police station on Tuesday . According to the FIR, the LDA had given 1,45,449 files for scanning, but now the company is claiming to have only 1,22,000 files. In this also only 49,846 files have been scanned and many files have torn or missing pages.


On 10 February 2017, LDA entered into a contract for file scanning with Writer Company. The company employees then took the files from the LDA's office at Lalbagh and Gomtinagar headquarters. According to the agreement, all the files were to be scanned by 10 June 2017, but the company has been able to scan only 49,846 files so far. Due to missing

allottee files that have been wandering for months, the LDA's babu are giving dates on the date to the allottees seeking a copy of the file or document if needed. According to the information, files are not given by the company despite the demand.
An FIR has been lodged after large scale irregularities in file scanning were revealed. In this case, the responsibility of departmental disturbances will also be taken.
Ritu Suhas, Joint Secretary, LDA

Despite the protest, the
workers union protested when the tender LDA files were sent to the private company's office. At that time Sangh President Shiv Pratap Singh had also written a letter to VC, Commissioner and Principal Secretary, calling it a big scam, but bypassing these objections, the then VC Satyendra Singh handed over thousands of files to the company.


Character suspected to have stabbed to death by stabbing his wife, also attempted suicide

Character suspected to have stabbed to death by stabbing his wife, also attempted suicide

Khandwa: A man was killed by stabbing his wife late last night in the village Takli Mori under Borgaon police post in Pandhana police station area of ​​Khandwa district in Madhya Pradesh. He then attempted suicide by stabbing himself on his neck. On receipt of information of villagers, police reached the spot and took the matter under investigation. It is being told that his arrival at the scene

According to the police, the dispute between Riyaz Shah, a resident of village Takli Mori and his wife Jamila Bee, 34, took place around 12 pm on Wednesday-Thursday. Riyaz then attacked Jameela with a knife and continued to stab her until she died. After this, he himself stabbed his throat with a knife with the intention of committing suicide, injuring him severely. His eight-year-old daughter was present on the spot at the time of the incident. Hearing the screaming, villagers rushed to the spot and informed the police. 

Borgaon Chowki  Police of Pandhana police station  reached Panchnama and sent the body for postmortem and took the injured Riyaz to the district hospital, where his treatment is going on. The police is currently investigating the case. Police say that preliminary investigation has revealed that Riyaz used to cast doubt on his wife Jamila. There was often a dispute between them about this. There was a dispute about the same thing last night.