Violence and firing on 2 sides due to electoral rivalry, businessman died due to bullet injuries in the throat

Violence and firing on 2 sides due to electoral rivalry, businessman died due to bullet injuries in the throat

Jaunpur: A sweet seller was killed in a fight and firing on two sides over electoral rivalry in the Line Bazar area of ​​Jaunpur district in Uttar Pradesh. Police has arrested 2 people in this connection.

Police sources said on Monday that Ramjit Yadav (55), a resident of Kunwarada village, used to run a sweet shop in the market, his brother Jawaharlal Yadav was preparing to contest the village head office. There was a dispute with Swaminath Mishra of the village late on Sunday night. Swaminatha's family began to scramble, and the matter became calm after intervening. When Jawahar's family went to Swami Nath Mishra's house to inquire into the matter, his grandson opened fire, which left Ramjit Yadav's throat ripping. The businessman was rushed to the hospital where doctors declared him dead.

Police arrived at the information of the incident, took Swaminath and one other into custody, the dead body of the deceased has been sent for post-mortem today. The cause of the incident is being touted as electoral rivalry. As a precaution, Superintendent of Police Rajkaran Nayyar has deployed a large number of police forces in the village.


Mamta's attack on Modi, said- BJP brought outsiders for election campaign, which increases Corona cases

Mamta's attack on Modi, said- BJP brought outsiders for election campaign, which increases Corona cases

National Desk; West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday alleged that the BJP brought a large number of outsiders in the campaigning for the Assembly elections, leading to an increase in Kovid cases in the state in recent times. At an election rally here, Mamta accused the BJP-led government at the Center of not responding to the state's request for vaccination of most people. He said that vaccinating people can help in overcoming the spread of the disease. 

Mamta said in the rally, they (BJP leaders) have brought outsiders for campaigning, which increased the Kovid cases. We had overcome the Kovid situation but they made it complicated. Regarding the decision of the Election Commission to ban election campaigning for 24 hours, he said, is it a mistake to ask Hindus, Muslims and others to vote together? What to say about Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is making fun of me in every election meeting? Why was he not prevented from campaigning?

Accusing Prime Minister Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah of lying in election rallies, Trinamool Congress chief Mamta said, the Center has kept the NRC and NPR Bills alive, but the Home Minister had claimed in a gathering that the National Civil Register They have no plans to implement. Mamta said, do not believe them. If they come to power, you too may experience 14 lakh Bengalis in Assam (in the context of the last NRC in the northeast state). The BJP is a dangerous party that is trying to divide Bengal.