Dispute – Two groups clashed over drainage, lathi bars, and 10 injured

Dih (Rae Bareli). Due to the negligent attitude of the police, the beatings and criminal incidents in the area are not labeled as freezing. Across the village of Gajraj Majre Dih, in the area of ​​the police station, two groups clashed on Thursday in connection with the drainage of rainwater with sticks.
10 people were injured. Upon arrival, police sent the injured to CHC Dih, from where nine people were referred to the district hospital. The police registered a case against Tahrir on both sides and took action.
There was a dispute between Paridin and V over the drainage of rainwater in the village. In the midst of a small argument, both sides started running violently. Ten people were injured on both sides.
Phoolmati, Paridin, Dayaram, Krishna, Sharmila and Ramlal were injured from one side. On the other hand, Mayawati, Pancham, Balaram and Rampyare were injured. The village was in chaos due to the attack.
The injured were taken to the CHC, from where nine people, including Mayawati, Balaram, Pancham, Phoolmati, Dayaram, Krishna and Sharmila, were referred to the district hospital. Station chief Rakesh Singh Yadav said that one case was recorded on both sides of the Tahrir. Wil be inspected.

Dih (Rae Bareli). Due to the negligent attitude of the police, the beatings and criminal incidents in the area are not labeled as freezing. Across the village of Gajraj Majre Dih, in the area of ​​the police station, two groups clashed on Thursday in connection with the drainage of rainwater with sticks.

10 people were injured. Upon arrival, police sent the injured to CHC Dih, from where nine people were referred to the district hospital. The police registered a case against Tahrir on both sides and took action.

There was a dispute between Paridin and V over the drainage of rainwater in the village. In the midst of a small argument, both sides started running violently. Ten people were injured on both sides.

Phoolmati, Paridin, Dayaram, Krishna, Sharmila and Ramlal were injured from one side. On the other hand, Mayawati, Pancham, Balaram and Rampyare were injured. The village was in chaos due to the attack.

The injured were taken to the CHC, from where nine people, including Mayawati, Balaram, Pancham, Phoolmati, Dayaram, Krishna and Sharmila, were referred to the district hospital. Station chief Rakesh Singh Yadav said that one case was recorded on both sides of the Tahrir. Wil be inspected.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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