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Lucknow: 82-year-old woman mauled to death by pet dog

The incident was reported from the Bengali Tola area of Qaiser Bagh.



woman mauled to death by pet pit bull
The incident was reported from the Bengali Tola area of Qaiser Bagh.

An 82-year-old retired teacher in Lucknow was mauled to death by her son’s pet pitbull on Tuesday morning. The incident was reported from the Bengali Tola area of Qaiser Bagh at around 6 am when the woman was alone in the house.

The deceased, identified as Sushila Tripathi, was attacked by a pit bull for over an hour before she succumbed to her injuries. The reports state that the neighbours tried to get inside her house when they heard Sushila screaming and crying, but due to the lock from the inside, they couldn’t enter.

The woman was rushed to the hospital when her son reached home. He took her to Balrampur Hospital, where she passed away due to excessive loss of blood. The incident occurred when Sushila was taking a walk with her pet dog on the terrace when the pit bull attacked the victim on her stomach, face, and hand. When she started screaming loudly, the maid reached the terrace and saw Sushila lying on the ground in blood.

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The maid then quickly called Amit and narrated the whole scenario. He reached home immediately and took her to the hospital, where she died due to the injuries. Immediately after, the doctors informed the police about the incident.

The police reached the spot thereafter and investigated the whole matter. The body was then sent for a post-mortem where it was discovered that 12 severe wounds from neck to abdomen were on Sushila’s body.

Her son, Amit, is a gym trainer and owns two dogs—a labrador and a pit bull. The woman was attacked by a dog named Brownie, who was brought home three years ago.

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Chhattisgarh election results: Early trends show Congress in lead

If CM Baghel is sworn in for a second term, it will be despite a last minute controversy. Allegations of corruption four days before the elections – posed a threat to the Congress campaign.



The congress has not won consecutive elections in the same state in over two decades, the last time it successfully defended a government was Madhya Pradesh in 1993 and 1998, when Digvijaya Singh was chief minister and it defeated the BJP and won 174 and 172 of the 230 seats. That unwelcome streak can come to an end today with victory in Chhattisgarh where early trends have given Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel’s congress government is in the lead.

The Congress’s score may not be as impressive as the 68 in 2018, but if the party does retain Chhattisgarh it will be a big boost ahead of the next year’s Lok Sabha elections. And if CM Baghel is sworn in for a second term, it will be despite a last minute controversy. Allegations of corruption four days before the elections – posed a threat to the Congress campaign.

The allegations were made after the Enforcement Directorate, which the opposition says is used by the BJP to target rivals before elections. They also arrested a hawala courier with Rs 5 crore. The courier named Baghel as one of those receiving kickbacks from an illegal online gaming app.

A week after the second and final phase of elections the courier retracted the allegation. Away from the corruption allegation the Congress’s re-election campaign was built on a pro poor and pro farmer platform which included Baghel’s price support guarantee for rice, a scheme to purchase cow dung for Rs 2 per kg, and the promise of loan waivers.

Baghel came in support of OBC voters. This was a total of 40% of the state population to plot a rebirth of the Congress in 2018, after the 2013 Maoist attack and wiped out its state leadership. In the 2023 election Congress chief minister changed tracks. He claimed improvements in infrastructure development, increased support for farmers, who constitute by some estimates, a massive 90 % of Chattisgarh’s population.   

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Rajasthan election results: Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore says BJP will form government with vast number of seats

Rajyavardhan Rathore said the party leadership will announce who will be the chief minister after the results have been declared. He said everything comes at the right time.



Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore said he was confident the BJP will win with huge majority in Rajasthan ahead of counting of votes in Rajasthan. He said the fight today is between the massive governance of Prime minister Narendra Modi and the misgovernance of the Congress party.

The Congress party will try to return to power again. The BJP’s election campaign will be focused on an anti incumbency wave in the state. Rathore said the fact that people of the state had come out in large numbers to vote meant that they wanted to bring a change. According to exit polls the BJP have a slight edge over the ruling Congress party in Rajasthan. He said there won’t be a close contest and the BJP will win the elections with a vast majority.

Rajyavardhan Rathore said the party leadership will announce who will be the chief minister after the results have been declared. He said everything comes at the right time. He said once the results are out the party leadership will take the decision at the right time.

The campaign has been intense on both sides. The BJP had pulled all stops in line with an established election template as senior ministers had been deployed and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Congress had followed a grassroots campaign with frequent appearances by its central leaders.

Chief minister Ashok Gehlot said he was confident that he had beaten the jinx on the fortunes of the party in power. The BJP rode high on the trend and the power of brand Modi. Eight of the nine exit polls gave the BJP a comfortable, if not a strong victory. The aggregrate indicated that the BJP may get 104 seats and Congress 86. But like the difference in the price of cooking gas they are offering- The Congress party – Rs 500 and the BJP’s Rs 450: the gap is marginal.

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