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Patna: Bulldozers knock down 70 houses in Rajiv Nagar, clash between police and public

In Rajiv Nagar, 70 houses were demolished by bulldozers. The local people clashed with the police administration due to the order of demolishing 70 illegal houses.

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Patna: Bulldozers knock down 70 houses in Rajiv Nagar, clash between police and public

In Rajiv Nagar, 70 houses were demolished by bulldozers. The local people clashed with the police administration due to the order of demolishing 70 illegal houses.

According to the reports, when police and anti-riot force started moving bulldozers on the houses, the residents and the local people also stood up with bricks and stones in their hands.

The reason for the displeasure of the local people is that the CO and government employees of the area took no action when the houses were being built and the area was being settled.

One of the locals said, “when the houses are already built, then why the bulldozer is being run by the administration to remove them.”

It has been clearly said by the Minister of Revenue and Land Reform, Ramsurat Rai that the government is not in a mood to be soft on the encroachers. So, on June 3, the administration reached Rajiv Nagar with about one and a half dozen JCB machines to demolish the illegal constructions in Rajiv Nagar of Patna (Bihar).

The local people were seen clashing with the administration to save the shelter. They also attacked the police and the anti-riot force with bricks and stones.

During this, the condition of the people, whose houses were broken, was deteriorated. People who had built houses with hard-earned money were seen getting helpless.

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Bihar Grand Alliance 2.0: Nitish Kumar to take oath as CM for 8th time, Tejashwi Yadav as Deputy CM today at 2 pm

The swearing-in ceremony will take place at 2 pm today.

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A day after Nitish Kumar resigned as the Bihar Chief Minister and broke his alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Kumar is all set to take oath as the CM again for the eighth time in his political career. Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Tejashwi Yadav will also take an oath as Deputy Chief Minister for the second time. The swearing-in ceremony will take place at 2 pm today.

Nitish Kumar announced a new grand alliance after resigning from the BJP. The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), the Congress, and the Left parties would be Kumar’s strongest supporters during his upcoming second term as chief minister under Mahagathabandan. He is currently the leader of the Janata Dal (United).

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Mahagathbandhan, also known as the Grand Alliance, consists of political parties such as Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), Indian National Congress (INC), Janata Dal (United), and Left parties including Communist Party of India (CPI), Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist) Liberation-CPIML (Liberation), and Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPIM).

RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav, members of the Congress, and members of the Left Front joined Kumar as he made his claim for government formation before the governor by presenting the letter of support from the MLAs.

Nitish Kumar after his first session with the Governor said he has resigned and has informed all his MLAs. He split from the BJP for the second time in nine years. He said his resignation from the party was based on the feedback he received at an interaction with his party’s legislators.

Nitish Kumar charged the BJP with engaging in horse trading by offering some party leaders lucrative positions as ministers.

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Bihar: At least 8 dead, several ill after consuming spurious liquor in Saran district

Rajesh Meena, DM Saran said medical teams have been sent to the area in the village so that checkups can be done at every household.

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At least eight died and several others fell critically ill after allegedly consuming spurious liquor in Bihar. The incident took place on Thursday in Chhapra, Saran district in Bihar.

According to the reports, the victims were all daily wage labourers working in the construction of a building at Jivpur under Panapur police station in the district. The victims had consumed alcohol during Nag Panchami celebrations on Tuesday.

Rajesh Meena, DM Saran, said medical teams have been sent to the area in the village so that checkups can be done at every household. Villagers said most of those who fell ill have lost their eyesight.

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The wife of one of the deceased’s labourers said that her husband, along with his five other friends, went to a liquor party after returning home from the construction site. She further said that her husband started vomiting after he returned from the party. He even refused to have dinner and told his wife that he had consumed only two glasses of liquor. But after some time, his health deteriorated and he was rushed to a nearby primary health centre where doctors declared him brought dead.

Mithilesh Mahto, whose father-in-law died on way to the hospital, said the latter had consumed hooch. He said liquor is readily available in the village. Several people died after consuming spurious liquor while others developed health complications later, including vision loss.

Notably, the sale and consumption of liquor is banned in Bihar since April 2016.

Earlier on August 2, two people had died at Ramdaspur village under Bhorha panchayat in the same district after consuming spurious liquor.

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Bihar cops suspended after video of two men dragging a corpse goes viral

Locals found a dead body of an unknown person on the roadside near the Nipania cement factory in the Lakho police station area.

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Bihar police have come under scrutiny over inhumanity. A video is doing rounds on the internet wherein two men can be seen dragging a dead body with rope in the Begusarai district.

The incident took place on Wednesday and locals found a dead body of an unknown person on the roadside near the Nipania cement factory in the Lakho police station area. Reports said the police reached the spot and asked two men to drag the dead body to the ground with a rope tied to its leg.

The body was then taken to a local hospital in a tractor. During the shifting, the body was pulled out by the rope tied to the leg. APN is not sharing the video due to its sensitivity.

After the video went viral on social media, SP Yogendra Kumar and Sub Inspector Anil Kumar Singh, who were present during the inspection, were immediately suspended. Reports also said a show cause was released to the SHO of the police station.

According to SP Yogendra Kumar, the body was recovered in a decomposed condition. The reports further said that locals are speculating that the body was also scavenged by stray dogs.

A probe has been launched in the case.

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