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Men open fire at Hari Mandir after Shastra Puja on Dussehra in Bareilly, FIR registered

SP city Rahul Bhati said an FIR in the matter has been registered against an unknown person under section 336 (act to endanger life) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and 30 Arms Act.

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Bareilly: People open fire at Hari Mandir after Shastra Puja on Dussehra, case filed

The Baradari Police Station has lodged an FIR against a BJP leader and unknown people for firing in the air after Shastra Puja on the occasion of Dussehra on Wednesday. The incident is reported from Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh.

In the video, a huge crowd of people can be seen at the Hari Mandir of the Model Town. After Shastri Puja was over, some residents opened fire and shot several rounds in the air as a celebratory firing. The whole incident is captured in the video. The video of the same is going viral on social media.

An FIR was registered in the matter on behalf of Sub-Inspector Vinay Kumar. According to Vinay Kumar, some people worshiped weapons on the occasion of the Dussehra festival at Hari Mandir behind Model Town.

The police said the probe to identify people is underway. SP city Rahul Bhati said an FIR in the matter has been registered against an unknown person under section 336 (act to endanger life) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and 30 Arms Act.

It is alleged that this act of people comes under the purview of the Arms Act. Hence an FIR was registered against the unknown people on the basis of the viral video. The situation of panic is created among people after an FIR has been registered in this matter. There is a probability that all these people are associated with the Hindu organization. Some of them are also members of the political party.

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MP: 6-yr-old boy, trapped in 400 feet deep borewell in Betul, dies, was pulled out by rescue team after 84 hours

The rescue team has tried day and night, but somewhere they got late, child’s uncle said, adding that if they had the resources to get the child out on the same day, he would have survived.

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MP: 6-yr-old boy, trapped in 400 feet deep borewell in Betul, dies, was pulled out by rescue team after 84 hours

The 6-year-old boy, who was trapped in a borewell in Madhya Pradesh’s Betul, has died. The body of the child was taken out after 84 hours. The rescue team reached close to the child at 3 am. The body could be taken out till 5 in the morning. The dead body was brought to the district hospital in Betul at 7 o’clock. The body had rotten due to water in the bore. A team of 5 doctors performed the post-mortem of the dead body.

The child’s uncle Rajesh Sahu said that the last rites will be performed at Tapti Ghat in village Mandvi. He added that they had thought that Tanmay would be successfully rescused out and that they would get their child back. The rescue team has tried day and night, but somewhere they got late, he said, adding that if they had the resources to get the child out on the same day, he would have survived.

After post-mortem, the family members left for Mandvi village with the dead body of the child. Officials from the administration have also reached Mandvi.

There was an injury in the child’s rib, chest congestion too

ADM Shyamend Jaiswal said that when Tanmay’s body was taken out, it had begun to decompose. In the information received, in the post-mortem report, chest congestion (chest tightness) and rib injury have been revealed. Financial assistance will be provided to the family for the funeral. Collector Amanbir Singh Bains said that the bore is 400 feet deep. The child was trapped at a depth of about 39 feet. The rescue team dug a 44-feet-deep pit parallel to the bore and after that a 9 feet horizontal tunnel was dug.

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6-year-old Tanmay studies in class 2 and fell into the borewell while playing.

61 NDRF and DSRF personnel were trying to rescue the child

Home Guard Commandant SR Azmi, who was supervising the rescue operation, said that Tanmay was trapped at 39-feet in the borewell. Considering the normal height of the child as three to four feet, they had dug a pit up to 44 feet. 61 personnel of NDRF and DSRF were engaged in building the tunnel.


School Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar inspected the rescue site in Betul. He also spoke to the parents of the child who fell in the borewell.

People of four villages had gathered to help

The people of Mandvi village where the incident took place as well as of 4 nearby villages have extended their helping hand. From free food to all kinds of arrangements are being made by the villagers for more than 200 people involved in the rescue. The villagers say that the administration is constantly engaged in relief work. Therefore, we are also extending cooperation to help at every level.

There will be an FIR against the farm owner

ADM Shyamendra Jaiswal said that getting the child out safely is a priority. After this FIR will be lodged against the farm owner. SDRF and NDRF teams are constantly trying to reach the child. Very hard stones are coming in the pit being dug, so there is difficulty in removing them. The child has not responded since Tuesday evening.

CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who is monitoring the whole matter himself, said that the administration has been instructed to take all necessary steps. On Wednesday, the officials told the CM that the NDRF-SDERF team is continuously working.

Child’s voice came from inside the borewell

The incident took place on Tuesday evening around 5 pm in Mandvi village of Aathner in Betul district. 6-year-old Tanmay was playing with other children. Meanwhile, he fell into the borewell of the neighbour. On this, the family members immediately informed the Betul and Aathner police.

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Wouldn’t have had more than 2 children had Congress brought population control bill, says father of 4-BJP leader Ravi Kishan

BJP’s Ravi Kishan, back in July, stated that he wanted to table the population control bill and stated that India can only be Vishwa Guru only when Population Control Bill is brought.

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BJP leader and actor Ravi Kishan, while talking to the media on Friday, launched an attack on the grand old party and stated that had they brought a bill that laid down the regulations on the number of having kids per family, the BJP leader wouldn’t have had so many children.

Ravi Kishan who is a father of 4, is set to table private members’ bill on Population control.

BJP leader Manoj Tiwari was also among the panelist and was posed with a similar question on the population control bill exempting him, as he too is a father of 3 children. Tiwari while responding to the criticism, stated that mistakes were made before, however, that doesn’t mean we should continue making mistakes. BJP’s Ravi Kishan leader who was also a panelist interjected, and negated Tiwari’s comment and turned to blame Congress for not bringing a regulation on the population before.

The Gorakhpur MP added to his attack on the Congress Party and stated that if the grand old party would have brought a regulation on Population control before, he wouldn’t have had four children. Ravi Kishan further added the cons of having more than 1 child as he cited his personal account of how his wife’s health deteriorated after having more than one child.

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Ravi Kishan, as well as Manoj Tiwari, had been at the center of a stir as many criticised them and highlighted the Irony of them being the ones endorsing for Population Control bill as they themselves are the father to more than one child.

BJP’s Ravi Kishan, back in July, stated that he wanted to table the population control bill and stated that India can only be Vishwa Guru only when Population Control Bill is brought. The BJP leader further asserted the importance of bringing the population under control, citing the rampant growth of the population.

Kishan also urged the opposition parties to let him introduce the bill and listen to his reasoning for doing so.

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Cyclone Mandous completes landfall, will start weakening into deep depression from today

In the aftermath of cyclone Mandous, several trees have fallen, roads are waterlogged and even a wall collapsed in the T Nagar area of Chennai, causing damage to at least 3 cars parked near it.

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Cyclone Mandous completes landfall, will start weakening into deep depression from today

Cyclone Mandous that wreaked havoc in Tamil Nadu has completed the process of landfall and it will start weakening from Saturday, said the India Meteorological Department. It will further weaken into a deep depression on Saturday after landfall.

The cyclone Mandous had hit the Mamallapuram coast of Tamil Nadu late on Friday night. The coastal areas of the state have recorded moderate to heavy rains. Due to rain and storm, as many as 65 trees have fallen here within 3 hours and there was waterlogging in many places.

In the aftermath of cyclone Mandous, several trees have fallen, roads are waterlogged and even a wall collapsed in the T Nagar area of Chennai, causing damage to at least 3 cars parked near it. To much respite no person was present in these cars when the incident took place.

As many as 65 trees fell in 3 hours

The Greater Chennai Corporation (GCC) has requested the citizens to avoid going out till the cyclone Mandous weakens. Around 65 trees have fallen in 3 hours and GCC is taking measures to remove them. Motor pumps are being used to remove water stagnation in the low-lying areas.

After landfall, Mandous will weaken into a deep depression on Saturday. Earlier on Friday, it had weakened from a severe cyclonic storm to a cyclonic storm. As soon as the landfall process of the cyclone started, heavy rains and strong thunderstorms started at some places in Chennai. In Pattinapakkam, Chennai, there was heavy rain and thunderstorm due to the storm.

The landfall process of cyclonic storm Mandous is underway in Chennai, Tamil Nadu and will be completed in a few hours, IMD said. Moderate to heavy rain is likely to be witnessed at a few places in Tamil Nadu’s Ranipettai, Vellore, Viluppuram, Tiruvannamalai, Salem, Kallakurichi, Tirupattur districts and Puducherry during the next 3 hours.

Red alert in many states

A red alert has been issued in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Andhra Pradesh regarding this. A holiday has been declared in schools and colleges in many districts of these states on Saturday. The Chennai-based Regional Meteorological Center predicted heavy to very heavy rain at a few places in Tiruvallur, Chennai, Chengalpattu and Kanchipuram districts in the next three hours.

According to the forecast of the Regional Meteorological Center, light to moderate rain is likely in Ranipettai, Vellore, Tirupattur, Krishnagiri, Dharmapuri, Tiruvannamalai, Kallakurichi, Ariyalur, Perambalur, Tiruchirappalli, Karur, Erode, Salem. Light to moderate rain may occur over Namakkal, Tiruppur, Coimbatore, Nilgiris, Dindigul, Theni, Madurai, Sivagangai, Virudhunagar and Tenkasi districts of Tamil Nadu in the next three hours.

At the same time, the Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a red alert today in three districts of Tamil Nadu, Chengalpattu, Villupuram and Kanchipuram. As per the forecast, Cyclone Mandous may cause light to moderate rainfall at most places and heavy to very heavy rainfall at a few places. There was a possibility of torrential rains at different places in the north coastal areas of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry.

NDRF teams deployed in 10 districts

12 teams of NDRF and State Security Force have been deployed in 10 districts of Tamil Nadu after the Meteorological Department’s alert. In view of cyclone Mandous, it has been decided to keep all schools and colleges in Chennai, Villupuram, Cuddalore and Kancheepuram districts closed on Saturday. Cyclone Mandous is likely to cross Andhra Pradesh’s Sriharikota coast by midnight today.

IMD issued a warning

Cyclone Mandous is likely to cross north Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and adjoining south Andhra Pradesh coasts between Puducherry and Sriharikota around Mamallapuram. Wind speed reaching 65-75 kmph gusting to 85 kmph is very likely today midnight or tomorrow morning. Deputy Director General of Meteorology (Regional Metrology Center on Cyclone) S Balachandran said that the wind speed is around 14 kmph. Strong winds with a speed of 50-60 kmph are blowing over Chennai and neighboring areas. Landfall process has started. Rain and strong winds will continue.

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