[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]CM Yogi Adityanath asked opposition parties to cooperate in restoring peace in the district
Twenty five people have been arrested and four cops suspended over the violence in Saharanpur district in Uttar Pradesh, a day after clashes between Thakurs and Dalits left one person dead.
“Saharanpur SSP Subash Chandra Dubey and the District Magistrate NP Singh were suspended by the Uttar Pradesh government after Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath convened a meeting of senior officials”, said Home Secretary Mani Prasad Mishra.
“The situation is under control, we are monitoring everything and will be camping here (at the scene) till normalcy returns,”he added.
According to the report, unknown attackers fired from their guns killing Ashish (24) on the spot and hurting four others. The deceased was a resident of Sarsawa town in Uttar Pradesh.
As word of the incident spread, Dalits in the city started pelting stones and indulged in rioting, forcing closure of the shops in the market.
Meanwhile, Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati attacked the ruling BJP and claimed they are responsible for the violence and have failed to stop its own platoon from attacking the poor sections.
CM Yogi Adityanath called the incident sad and unfortunate and offered condolences to the family of the deceased. He said, “The culprits would be identified and stringent action will be taken against them.” He also appealed for peace and restraint, and asked the opposition parties to cooperate in restoring peace.
The district has been on the boil since April 20, when a clash between the two communities began in the region.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
Uttar Pradesh: 15 bitten by stray dogs in Sitapur, CM Yogi Adityanath issues directives to forest department, district administration
Municipal EO Prem Shankar Gupta noted that a team from Lucknow will be summoned to capture stray dogs.
Around 15 people, including 7 children have been bitten by stray dogs in the last 24 hours in the Khairabad area of Uttar Pradesh’s Sitapur district. The families of these dog attack victims rushed the injured to Khairabad community health centre (CHC) for treatment. As per reports, the residents of Lalipur town cornered a stray dog that had been attacking children and beat the dog to death.
The injured have been discharged from Khairabad community health centre (CHC) after receiving treatment. CHC Superintendent Ramashankar Yadav mentioned that over the past month, 106 individuals have received rabies injections at the health centre.
The victims of the stray dog attacks are Rehan, 9-year-old boy and a resident of Kulhan Sarai; Mahendra (7), Shivani (10), residents of Kajiara; Altama (10), a resident of Miyan Sarai; Mohammad Kaif, (11), a resident of Sheikh Sarai; Ritesh, (4) ; Mohammed Sohail, (32) , a resident of Miyan Sarai; Abrar Ahmed, (32); Brajesh Kumar, (38); Kashiram, (27); Ramendra Shukla (69) and more.
According to reports, all attempts that were made to contact the District Magistrate of Sitapur proved futile. Municipal EO Prem Shankar Gupta noted that a team from Lucknow will be summoned to capture stray dogs. As far as reports are concerned, six years ago, in 2017-18, dogs had unleashed terror after they attacked children in Mahsingpur, Budhanpur, Chaubeypur, Peepur, Tikariya and Gurpaliya villages in the Khairabad block of Sitapur.
During 2017-18, 14 innocent children lost their lives due to dog attacks and 75 other people were injured by these canines. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath took cognisance of the issue and issued directives to the forest department and district administration to apprehend the strayt dogs, during that time. Consecutively, several dogs were captured by the special team of dog catchers from Lucknow.
Viral video: Bareilly SDM Udit Pawar humiliates man, made him sit in ‘Murga’ position, UP former CM Akhilesh Yadav reacts
The dictatorship comes from the top to down and becomes a part of the behaviour of officials from the national capital to the state capital.
A video of a Sub Divisional Magistrate of Mirganj, Udit Pawar, humiliating a person at his office has gone viral on social media platforms. The incident took place in Uttar Pradesh’s Bareilly district. In the video, SDM could be seen making a person ‘Murga’ at his office
According to reports, the victim went to register the complaint with SDM about a land encroachment case where he urged the Magistrate to help him get back the land from the encroachment in his village. Reportedly, the encroached land is being used for cremation purposes in the village.
After the incident went viral on the internet, the former chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Akhilesh Yadav, expressed his anguish over this incident and thrashed the Yogi-led BJP government for the autocratic bureaucracy in the state. The former CM shared the facts, theory, expectations, and warnings in a criticism of the government.
He said this is the real face of the autocratic bureaucracy under the monopoly rule in Uttar Pradesh and a true picture of the official government atrocities being committed on the weak and vulnerable people of Uttar Pradesh.
CM Yadav further explained the theory and said the dictatorship comes from the top to down and becomes a part of the behaviour of officials from the national capital to the state capital.
Akhilesh Yadav said the government should take cognizance of the matter and suspend the officer and conduct an inquiry or the court should take suo motu cognizance of it, he termed it an expectation.
The former CM also gave a warning and said before turning a complainant ‘Murga’, the officer should have paid attention to the colour, he was wearing, otherwise the BJP government might make the officer the same ‘Murga’ body posture for insulting a particular colour.
However, after the incident, Udit Pawar issued a statement denying all the allegations against him. He said that the matter had been fabricated and he never asked the complainant to sit down in a humiliating position.
The SDM further said that the complainant himself sat in the rooster position for pressurising the SDM to take the cognisance of his complaint.
After this, however, the SDM was sacked from the administrative services as he was found guilty.
UP: 5 family members killed after house collapses in Lucknow’s Railway colony
In Uttar Pradesh, five members of a family have died after an old house collapsed in a Railway colony in Lucknow.
In Uttar Pradesh, five members of a family have died after an old house collapsed in a Railway colony in Lucknow. According to reports, three of the deceased were minors.
According to DCP East Hridesh Kumar, the roof of a house collapsed in the old Railway colony of the Anand Nagar area. Five members of a family were rescued from the debris and taken to the hospital where doctors declared them dead, Kumar said.
A 40-year-old Satish Chandra and 35-year-old Sarojini Devi were among five, who were killed in this unfortunate incident and three were children.
Five people died after the roof of a house collapsed in the old Railway colony of Anand Nagar area. SDRF and Police have reached the spot to carry out rescue operations, said an official.
According to Joint CP Law and Order Upendra Kumar Agrawal, police received the information about the incident that the roof of a house had collapsed. Police, NDRF, and SDRF teams were immediately rushed to the spot. Railway officers told police that this was an abandoned railway colony, and notices were also given to vacate the house, the police officer added. The status of the houses, connected to the damaged house will be updated by the railway. Police got the information on the death of the five people of the family, the joint CP Law and Order Agrawal said.