Bullets fired in Panchayat election, young people injured – Bullets fired in Panchayat election campaigns, young people injured

Manadhata / Jethavara. The panchayat elections in Monday’s rivalry resulted in fierce fighting between two parties. Five shots were also fired, in which a young man was injured by one-sided shooting. At the same time, two people were bleeding from the other side. After receiving the information, the police sent the injured to hospital. Tahrir was not turned over to police by either side until the news was written.
The theme of the Manadhata Police Station has an old rivalry with Shaukat Ali, a resident of all of Roshai, for the land of his neighbor Waheed. Both sides were also concerned about the Panchayat elections. The former chiefs Samun and Shamim fought from here. Shaukat and Waheed supported the two separately in the elections. On Monday Waheed built his house. Shaukat and Shafiq claim that Waheed forcibly dropped sand ballast, etc. in front of his house. This blocked his way of moving. There was an argument between the two sides when they protested. When they saw it, sticks ran back and forth between them. Shortly afterwards, shooting began on both sides.
Fulai, 40, was shot during the shot, which lasted about five rounds. Mahfuz (21) and Naseem (30) were injured from the other side. When they heard the noise, people gathered on the spot. People intervened and informed the police. Police reached the site and took the injured Phulai for a CHC fee. There the doctors referred him to the district hospital. At the same time, the other two injured persons are treated in CHC. SO Manadhata said that Tahrir has not yet been found.
A young man was missing from his home
Facility manager. A mentally disturbed young man went missing. The family has filed a complaint with the police because they feared an unpleasant incident. Pappu Yadav, a resident of Madura Raniganj at Kohdaur Police Station, said in the tahir given to the police that his older brother Pradeep Kumar was mentally weak. He left for Kishunganj Market six days ago but did not return home. conversation

Manadhata / Jethavara. The panchayat elections in Monday’s rivalry resulted in fierce fighting between two parties. Five shots were also fired, in which a young man was injured by one-sided shooting. At the same time, two people were bleeding from the other side. After receiving the information, the police sent the injured to hospital. Tahrir was not turned over to police by either side until the news was written.

The theme of the Manadhata Police Station has an old rivalry with Shaukat Ali, a resident of all of Roshai, for the land of Waheed. Both sides were also concerned about the Panchayat elections. The former chiefs Samun and Shamim fought from here. Shaukat and Waheed supported the two separately in the elections. On Monday Waheed built his house. Shaukat and Shafiq claim that Waheed forcibly dropped sand ballast, etc. in front of his house. This blocked his way of moving. There was an argument between the two sides when they protested. When they saw it, sticks ran back and forth between them. Shortly afterwards, shooting began on both sides.

Fulai, 40, was shot during the shot, which lasted about five rounds. Mahfuz (21) and Naseem (30) were injured from the other side. When they heard the noise, people gathered on the spot. People intervened and informed the police. Police reached the site and took the injured Phulai for a CHC fee. There the doctors referred him to the district hospital. At the same time, the other two injured persons are treated in CHC. SO Manadhata said that Tahrir has not yet been found.

A young man was missing from his home

Facility manager. A mentally disturbed young man went missing. The family has filed a complaint with the police because they feared an unpleasant incident. Pappu Yadav, a resident of Madura Raniganj at Kohdaur Police Station, said in the tahir given to the police that his older brother Pradeep Kumar was mentally weak. He left for Kishunganj Market six days ago but did not return home. conversation

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