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Unnao rape case: Now doctor dies mysteriously

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Unnao (Uttar Pradesh) Jan 13 : The doctor who treated the father of the Unnao rape victim has died in mysterious circumstances here on Monday.

Prashant Upadhyaya had treated the Unnao rape victim’s father in April 2018 after he had been brutally thrashed in police custody. The doctor was posted in the emergency ward of the district hospital. He had discharged the rape victim’s father after first aid and the latter died in custody a few hours later.

Upadhaya was later suspended during the CBI inquiry into the matter. He had later been reinstated and was presently posted in Fatehpur.

The case related to the murder of the rape victim’s father is scheduled to come up in court on Tuesday.

According to his family members, Upadhaya complained of difficulty in breathing on Monday morning but refused to go to the hospital. Later when he was taken to the hospital, the doctors declared him brought dead. The family members said that he was a diabetic patient.

The body has been sent for post-mortem.

Expelled BJP MLA Kuldeep Sengar, who has been convicted for the rape of the Unnao victim, is serving a life sentence in Tihar jail while his brother Atul Sengar is also in jail for the murder of the girl’s father.

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Nripendra Mishra to visit Ayodhya on Saturday

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Ayodhya, Feb 28 Nripendra Mishra, the Chairman of the Ram Temple Construction Committee, will visit Ayodhya on Saturday to initiate the process for preparing a blueprint for construction of a Ram temple.

This will be his first visit to Ayodhya after being appointed as Chairman of the committee.

Prabhat Singh, a spokesperson for the Nirmohi Akhara, said: “We have been informed that Nripendra Mishra will be in Ayodhya on Saturday. He will also meet Mahant Dhirendra Das (head of the Nirmohi Akhara) and other trustees.”

According to official sources, Mishra will also finalise the place, where Ram Lalla will be shifted before construction of the temple begins.

This relocation will take place before the festive occasion of Navratri which begins on March 25.

Meanwhile, a three-day conclave on Ramayana will be held in Ayodhya in the first week of March.

The event will be inaugurated by head of the Ram Janambhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust, Mahant Nritya Gopal Das.

Sources in the government said the conclave will see discussions around the life of Lord Ram and his impact on society.

Experts on Ramayana from India and abroad, and research scholars are expected to attend the event.

There will also be an exhibition on the presence of Lord Ram in art and around 200 artists are expected to display their works.

The event is being organised by Sanskar Bharti, the cultural wing of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, the Ayodhya Research Centre and Avadh University.

Prominent leaders who will participate in the event are Ram temple trust secretary and VHP leader Champat Rai, former Goa governor Mridula Sinha and writer Narendra Kohli.

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Tight security in UP ahead of Modi’s visit

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Prayagraj, Feb 28 Tight security is in place in Prayagraj for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s scheduled visit on Saturday.

The Prime Minister will be in Prayagraj to distribute disability aids like wheelchairs and walking sticks to over 27,000 persons at the Parade Ground.

The district administration will try to create a new Guinness World Record by distributing the largest number of disability aids from a single location.

After attending the event, Modi will head to Chitrakoot where he will attend the one-year celebrations of the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi which was launched last year form Gorakhpur.

Security has been beefed up in view of the anti-CAA protests that are taking place in Roshan Bagh in Prayagraj.

The district authorities, on Thursday, announced a restriction on use of drone cameras in the city.

ADM (city) Ashok Kumar Kanojia said: “If anyone wants the use drones for personal use, he/she would first have to seek permission from the district administration.”

Police personnel from seven districts of Prayagraj zone will be deployed as part of security arrangements for the event. Six IPS-rank officials, 12 ASPs, 50 circle officers, 90 inspectors, 30 sub-inspectors, 1,600 constables and 200 women constables would be deployed at the venue. Besides, eight companies of PAC, 10 companies of paramilitary forces, an SPG team, a bomb defusal squad and sniffer dogs will also be roped in.

A team of 55 doctors along with 47 paramedics and 56 ambulances would be ready to deal with any emergency.

The entry of heavy and commercial vehicles into the city limits will remain restricted for 24 hours, starting Friday night.

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Scores being treated at Al Hind hospital, most have bullet wounds

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New Delhi, Feb 27 : After violent clashes between pro and anti-CAA protesters claimed 38 lives in North-East Delhi in the past three days, around 400 to 600 people, mostly with bullet injuries, have been shifted to a private hospital which is treating them free of cost.

M.A. Anwar of the Al Hind hospital in New Mustafabad area in North-East Delhi told IANS, “About 75 per cent of the patients who arrived here have bullet injuries.” According to Anwar, the others were mostly stabbed or pelted with stones.

“The condition has been disastrous for the last three-four days as we received over 400 injured persons,” the doctor said.

He further said that the staffers and he himself didn’t sleep for the last four days as every hour the number of injured persons being brought for treatment went up.

Anwar said the hospital was providing free treatment to the injured persons.

In one of the deadliest violence in Delhi in decades, at least 37 people have lost their lives while over 200 people have been injured after clashes between pro and anti-CAA protesters turned violent in North-East Delhi.

The clashes first broke out on Sunday. In the three days that followed, hundreds of vehicles, shops and homes were gutted. Questions have been raised over Delhi Police’s efficiency for failing to control the situation.

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