Connect with us

Cities

Uttar Pradesh : Three family members shot dead in Sitapur

Published

on

Lucknow, June 7 : In a wake of increasing crime rate in Uttar Pradesh, one more shocking incident came into the light on Tuesday late night when three people of family were shot dead by some unknown assailants in Sitapur district.

According to the Police the deceased Sunil Jaiswal (60) and his wife Kamini (55) had come back home late night and had just rung the door bell when two unknown assailants came and opened fire on them.

Couple’s lone son  Hrithik (25)  opened the door and was also gunned down by assailants.

All the three family members died on the spot, as firing rent the air , neighbors rushed out to look out. Not only this when one of the person tried to raise his voice, he was also shot by the assailants.

Angry locals said when the incident was taking place, they stopped two cops for help but they refused by saying that the area was not under their  jurisdiction.

Mob also threatened to shut the city if the criminals were not arrested within 24 hours.

An official told IANS the crime appears to have been executed by professionals as they were wearing masks and appeared to have done a reeky of the area before they committed the actual crime. So far, the police has not been able to identify the probable reason behind the murders.

However, this is an another example of increasing crime rate  Uttar Pradesh , as on average of two- three days assailants are openly doing crimes which raised several questions over the security of people across the state.

Yogi government should look into this as its a high time now and crime rate is at peak in Uttar Pradesh.

Wefornews Bureau

 

Cities

Bhopal: Fire breaks out in shopping complex, 100 shops gutted

Published

on

Bhopal Fire
Bhopal Fire (Photo-ANI)

More than 100 shops gutted in the fire which broke out in a shopping complex in Bhopal’s Bairagarh, more than 20 fire tenders at the spot, cause of fire yet to be ascertained

However, Fire fighting operations are underway at the shopping complex.

Army vehicle and jawans have reached the shopping complex to join in the fire fighting operation. More than 20 fire tenders at the spot.

WeForNews

Continue Reading

Cities

Jammu records lowest temperature, severe cold wave lashes J&K

Published

on

cold wave jammu Kashmir snowfall

Jammu/Srinagar, Dec 17: The minimum temperature in Jammu city dropped to a minus 5.1 degrees Celsius on Sunday thereby recording the season’s lowest temperature as a severe cold wave has lashed Jammu and Kashmir.

“The minimum temperature in Jammu city was 5.1 degrees Celsius on Sunday and Saturday. This is the lowest recorded in the city this season so far,” a MET department official said

The cold wave conditions are likely to continue in the state during the next 48 hours and the night temperatures are likely to drop further due to clear night sky.

“The minimum temperature was minus 3.7 degrees Celsius in Srinagar while it was minus 9.2 in Pahalgam and minus 7.5 in Gulmarg.

“Kargil was the coldest town in the state on Sunday as the minimum dropped to a minus 13.4 degrees Celsius which was followed by Leh where it dropped to minus 12.2 degrees Celsius.

“The minimum temperatures in Katra town was 7.2, in Batote 4.2, Bannihal 1.7, Bhaderwah minus 0.2 and in Udhampur it was 3.1 degrees Celsius,” the official added.

IANS

Continue Reading

Cities

Celebrations in Lucknow, Amethi as Rahul takes over as Congress chief

Published

on

congress supporters celebrates
congress supporters celebrates at Lucknow

Lucknow, Dec 16 : Celebrations broke out in the Uttar Pradesh capital and Amethi on Saturday as soon as Rahul Gandhi took over as the new president of the Congress.

Jubilant party workers danced to the thumping of dhols and burst firecrackers as news of the coronation of their “Rahul Bhaiyya” was telecast on television channels.

The centre of the celebrations in the state capital was the Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee (UPCC) office at Mall Avenue where a large number of old timers, party loyalists, supporters and workers along with state office bearers had gathered since morning in anticipation of the Gandhi scion taking over the party reins.

Over 100 kg of sweets was also distributed. Legislator Aradhana Mishra, who took part in the celebrations, said this was a momentous occasion for the party as a young leader was now in charge of the party fortunes.

“Youth are the backbone of the country and it is a heartening moment for all of us that the power has now shifted to a young leader,” she said.

Several hoardings have come up in Amethi, the parliamentary constituency of Rahul Gandhi, congratulating him on his elevation as the Congress boss. Party workers also took out small motorcycle rallies with Congress flags to mark the occasion.

IANS

Continue Reading
Advertisement

Most Popular