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Stray dogs maul 10-year-old to death in Uttar Pradesh

A 10-year-old boy in Uttar Pradesh was mauled to death by a pack of stray dogs in Pilibhit district while he was on his way to his father’s farm. Aziz Raza, a student of Class 5, succumbed to his injuries while being shifted to a medical facility.

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A 10-year-old boy in Uttar Pradesh was mauled to death by a pack of stray dogs in Pilibhit district while he was on his way to his father’s farm. Aziz Raza, a student of Class 5, succumbed to his injuries while being shifted to a medical facility.

Bisalpur SDM Chandra Bhan Singh, on Thursday, sought the assistance of forest and wildlife division as well as the department of animal husbandry to trap these stray dogs from Rasiakhanpur village in Bisalpur tehsil.

Raza’s father, Ahid Khan, said these stray dogs have attacked over two dozen villagers in the past three months.

Villagers rushed to help the boy on Wednesday hearing his cries when the dogs attacked him but he had already suffered multiple wounds by then as they tore him apart.

The SDM said, “Some villagers throw bones after eating meat which attracts these dogs. Their tendency to feed on meat may be a factor behind their abnormal behaviour of attacking children in the village. I have asked the block development officer, the veterinary officer of Bisalpur and the tehsildar to visit the village to review the situation. The animal husbandry department can catch these dogs and shift them to a more secluded place.”

However, chief veterinary officer, Akhilesh Kumar Garg, said, “These stray dogs can only be trapped by trained dog catchers that are not available in this department. They are usually brought from other places, whenever required.”

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Hindu Yuva Vahini leader murdered in Uttar Pradesh

A Hindu Yuva Vahini leader was found dead with stab wounds near his own hospital in Bareilly

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A Hindu Yuva Vahini leader was found dead with stab wounds near his own hospital in Bareilly.

Bareilly Senior Police Superintendent (SSP), Rohit Singh Sajwan, said, “The body of Sanjay Singh, 37, was found near his hospital in Dunka locality under the Shahi police station area on Thursday evening. The body had multiple stab wounds that could have led to his death. We have sent the body for the post-mortem examination and lodged a murder case against unknown people.”

Sajwan said five hospital staff members have been detained and were being questioned. Police were also scanning CCTV footage from the murder scene.

Dinesh Singh, a relative of Sanjay Singh, said the latter was very active in Hindu Yuva Vahini activities and had several political rivals in the area. “I think his rivals are behind this incident,” Singh said.

Singh was Bareilly district vice president of the Hindu Yuva Vahini, which Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had founded in 2002.

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Uttar Pradesh: Woman kills daughter, commits suicide

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Banda (Uttar Pradesh), Sep 17 : A 28-year-old woman committed suicide after killing her two-year-old daughter in Banda district’s Chilla locality, police said.

According to the police, Rajni first killed her daughter Shalini and then committed suicide by hanging herself from the ceiling fan.

The incident took place late on Tuesday night.

The villagers told the police that her husband Shivdas had married another woman, which often led to a dispute between the couple.

The police said that Rajni killed her daughter and then ended her life when her husband had gone out to work.

Kotwali police station in-charge, Ramshray Singh, said investigations are underway into the incident. He said that after getting the autopsy report, the details of the death would be known.

“We have taken the woman’s husband into custody and are questioning him to ascertain the exact reasons that prompted his wife to resort to the extreme step,” he added.

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Many test Corona positive in MP village through fake samples

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Indore, Sep 17 : Worst fears about systemic failure on the coronavirus testing came true on Monday in Tana village in Madhya Pradesh’s Dhar district when many persons tested positive for Covid-19 even without offering their swab or blood samples, officials said on Wednesday.

Health department technician Guman Singh apparently decided to test the efficiency of the laboratory where samples are sent for examination. He had been hearing complaints about the loopholes in the testing system.

He collected only four samples from the village.

The health department team collected the names and other details of 15 other persons without taking their samples. Many of them were not even not in the village at that time.

Singh is said to have admitted having manipulated the samples. He said when many villagers had been suspecting the genuineness of the tests. So, he sent 20 test kits without the swab samples for the examination to the laboratory, he said. Most of them had just been dipped in plain water, Guman Singh claimed on a television channel.

The block community mobiliser (BCM) Bachhan Mujalda whose services along with Guman Singh have been terminated is reported to have sent the “blank” samples to the laboratory without even bothering to inform the villagers.

The unsuspecting villagers received the messages for testing positive though they had not offered their samples for testing.

District Collector Alok Kumar Singh said that a Sub Divisional Magistrate (SDM) was sent for the investigation when villagers of Tana complained of having received the fake messages.

“Initial investigation revealed the carelessness of a block community mobiliser (BCM) and technician in this work. Possibly, the samples collected from some other persons were mixed in the test kits sent on the names of persons, who did not give samples,” the collector said on Wednesday.

The services of BCM Bachchan Mujalda and technician Guman Singh have been terminated with immediate effect, he said. This was done after the incident caused panic among villagers. Further investigation is underway, said the collector.

“I was in Bhopal when the samples were collected from the village. Only four samples were collected from the village. The health department team collected the names and other details of 15 other persons without taking their samples,” said Kamal Mujalda, who had received the message about his sample being found positive.

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