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Andhra Pradesh man beats wife to death on suspicion of fidelity

The incident was reported from Sattenappalle in the Palnadu district at around 9 am when Nagaraju hit his wife Vijaya Lakshmi with an iron rod.

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A 40-year-old woman was beaten to death by her husband on suspicion of fidelity in Andhra Pradesh’s Vijayawada district. As per the reports, the couple were married for fifteen years and have a daughter who is in the eighth standard. The couple also had a son, but he died at the age of five.

The incident was reported from Sattenappalle in the Palnadu district at around 9 am when Nagaraju hit his wife Vijaya Lakshmi with an iron rod. Reportedly, the couple had earlier lived separately for three years due to their turbulent relationship. However, the duo reunited two years ago after persuasion from both families.

Their relationship, however, became strained once more in the past three months as Nagaraju once more began to question her loyalty. They got into a fight on a Sunday morning over a minor issue. Nagaraju then picked up a rod and smashed her head with it. Lakshmi died on the spot, said Sattenapalle inspector U Shobhan Babu.

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Vijaya Lakshmi’s sister Nageswaramma has registered a complaint with the Sattenappalle police station. In a complaint, she alleged that Nagaraju and his father, Pullaiah, killed her sister as they were harassing her for the last three months.

Earlier in a similar incident, a man killed his wife with an iron rod in Andhra Pradesh’s Kadapa suspecting her fidelity. The couple was married for 20 years but suspected that his wife was having an illicit relationship with another person.

The couple engaged in a heated argument when he took an iron rod and smashed it on his wife’s head lying her dead in a pool of blood. The man then fled the spot. The case was registered with the Vempalli Police Station.

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Andhra Pradesh woman delivers baby on road after Tirupati Maternity Hospital denies admission

The woman delivered the baby with the help of a man who was primarily a health center worker.

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A heart-wrenching video has gone viral on social media in which a woman is seen delivering a baby on road in front of a maternity hospital after the hospital denied admitting her. The incident is from Andhra Pradesh’s Tirupati.

According to the reports, the pregnant woman reached the 100-bed Tirupati Maternity Hospital after she suffered labour pain. However, the hospital staff allegedly denied her admission because no one was accompanying her. The woman was then forced to deliver the baby on the road.

The woman began having intense labour pain and started screaming in pain as soon as she came out of the hospital. The people who were nearby immediately rushed for help.

The woman delivered the baby with the help of a man who was primarily a health center worker. Other women were seen covering the pregnant woman by holding a bedsheet. The woman and the baby were then admitted to the hospital.

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Additionally, Srihari stressed that pregnant women would not be denied entry to the hospital even if there isn’t any attendant.

K Venkataramana Reddy, the district collector of Tirupati, summoned DMHO Srihari as well. Additionally, he has given DMHO instructions to file a report on the baby’s delivery on the road in front of the maternity hospital. She also called it a terrible incident and urged for a detailed investigation.

The hospital authorities said they were unaware of her pregnancy as she never consulted the doctors at the hospital. Meanwhile, Srihari, the district health official for Tirupati, order a probe into the matter. He also said that strict action will be taken against those who were found guilty.

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Andhra Pradesh: 45 monkeys found dead in Srikakulam

Kasibuga Forest Officer Murli Krishan said that they had never seen such an incident in the district. Somebody brought the monkeys in a tractor and left them near the village forest area. Around 40 to 45 monkeys were found dead in this incident.

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A suspected case of mass poising has come to light from Andhra Pradesh’s Srikakulam forest area. Around 45 monkeys were found dead near Silagaam village of Kaviti Mandal of Srikakulam on Wednesday.

Reports said that a few monkeys were also found lying unconscious in the forest. The forest officials have sent carcasses for the postmortem and an investigation was on in this matter. The incident has caused anger among locals.

Kasibuga Forest Officer Murli Krishan said that they had never seen such an incident in the district. Somebody brought the monkeys in a tractor and left them near the village forest area. Around 40 to 45 monkeys were found dead in this incident.

He further said that a postmortem of these monkeys was conducted. Reports would come in five days. A case has been filed under the Animal Act. They were investigating the matter and the culprits would be nabbed soon.

According to the villagers, Silgam has no monkeys and that the presence of monkeys were found near Mandasa, which was around 30 kilometers from the village.

Another incident of grey pelicans deaths were reported from Srikakulam district in January 2022. Reports said that 130 grey pelicans died in Telineelapuram village of the Tekkali mandal. The cause of the death was nematode (roundworm) infection among the birds.

A forest official said that they took the bird sample to the Animal Disease Diagnostic Lab (ADDL) in Srikakulam city for a postmortem to know the cause of death. Preliminary findings showed that it was parasitic infection. He further said that the birds feed from the aquaculture pond and when they took a fish sample to the ADDL, the same parasite was found in it too.

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Andhra Pradesh: Fire breaks out at firecracker stalls in Vijayawada, two people die

BJP’s state unit president Vishnu Vardhan Reddy informed on Twitter that two people died after a fire broke out in a firecrackers shop at Gymkhana grounds in Vijayawada. Total three out of 19 shops were burned down.

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Two people died after a fire broke out in firecracker stalls at Vijayawada in Andhra Peadesh. The incident occurred in the early morning on Sunday. The workers were sleeping in a shop during the incident.

Police said that three shops got gutted in the fire. Fire service personnel rushed on the spot and prevented the accident from destroying other shops.

Sharing a video clip of this incident, BJP’s state unit president Vishnu Vardhan Reddy informed on Twitter that two people died after a fire broke out in a firecrackers shop at Gymkhana grounds in Vijayawada. Total three out of 19 shops were burned down. This was so saddening. He also requested Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy to provide assistance and monetary help to the victims and their families at the quickest!

The cause of the accident are yet to determine by officials. However, city Police Commissioner K R Tata visted the spot to take stock of the situation.

Journalist Surya Reddy shared a video clip of this incident. He wrote that another massive fire broke out in Andhra Pradesh. It was the fourth accident on Sunday. This time massive fire broke out in a sofa scrap shop at IMA hall in Governorpet of Vijayawada, Fire tendors have reached the spot to douse the Flames.

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