Sultanpur: Suspicious bag found in railway station premises on Bakrid, stirred up

Sultanpur: Suspicious bag found in railway station premises on Bakrid, stirred up

Sultanpur: A suspicious bag was found in the premises outside the railway station on the day of Bakrid in Sultanpur district of Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday morning. After the suspicious bag was found, the police evacuated the railway premises and called a forensic team to investigate. Sultanpur Superintendent of Police Dr. Vipin Kumar Mishra said that in the investigation, a battery and a passbook with wire were found inside the bag. It was found from the passbook that this bag belonged to a suspended constable Narendra Pratap Singh, resident of Panki in Kanpur district, who was missing from duty for three years without informing him. 

He said that on interrogation of suspended constable Narendra Pratap Singh, he denied having battery and wire in the bag. He told that this soldier is addicted to drugs and he does not even know where he left his bag and how the battery came in the bag. The matter is being investigated. The SP said that Singh is under suspension for missing from duty for three years without informing him and action will be taken to sack him. 


Leaders who got their sons to study abroad, poor children could not study, that's why they used to leave the school in dilapidated condition: CM Yogi

Leaders who got their sons to study abroad, poor children could not study, that's why they used to leave the school in dilapidated condition: CM Yogi

Lucknow : The politics of Uttar Pradesh, which is the country's largest state in terms of population, holds an important place across the country. In such a situation, all the parties are engaged in strengthening their background regarding the upcoming assembly elections 2022. In this sequence, the era of fierce verbal war has also started. State's powerful Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath distributed appointment letters to selected 6,696 assistant teachers of the Basic Education Department at Lok Bhavan. He conveyed his best wishes to all the assistant teachers. Along with this, without naming anyone, the CM took a jibe at such leaders whose sons go to study abroad and did not pay any attention to the dilapidated schools of the state.

CM Yogi said that the poor child could not study, that's why the schools were left in shambles and Australia, England send their children abroad. He said that there were governments even before 2017, what were these people doing? 1 lakh 35 basic education schools in the state were in dilapidated condition. The CM further said that there was also a budget, used to give money for salary, money used to go in the name of the building, but peepal, banyan tree used to grow on dilapidated buildings. CM further said that but in March 2017, we started Operation Kayakalp. There were many criticisms of that too, but by forming the old student council, we students, bureaucrats or public representatives, businessmen, all should contribute to it. Adopt one school at a time and today the condition of schools has changed.