Fight, sabotage between two parties in the bike shop

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Others (Fatehpur). In the village of Berrao, a dispute broke out on Sunday between two parties in the dispute over the bicycle repair. Seven people were injured on both sides. The wall of the shopkeeper’s house was also torn down on one side. The police recorded reports on both sides.
Mekuram Paswan, a resident of the village of Berrao, has set up a bicycle workshop in front of the house. He was in the shop around 7 a.m. Ram Singh, Nagendra Singh, Mahendra Singh reached the village on a bicycle and asked for it to be repaired. McCurram refused to work because of the lockdown. It is alleged that Ram Singh started abusing her on the matter.
When he protested, he and his companions beat him up. The attackers also beat up the sons Ramnaresh, Awadhesh, Surendra and daughter Gudiya, who had come to the rescue. When the family members entered the house to flee, the attackers broke through the wall and ransacked the house.
On Macu’s information, the police reached the location and took both parties to the police station. The police sent both parties for a medical examination. Complaints were filed against Ram Singh, Mahendra Singh and Nagendra Singh in relation to Meiku’s complaint. Nagendra Singh on the other side told the police that he went to Maiku’s shop to have the bike made. It is alleged that Meku opened the cycle and charged 20 rupees for the installation of a new tube. When he tried to pay 10 rupees, Meku stopped working. It is alleged that Meku’s son Naresh started abusing and beating him. Another boy, Awadhesh, came with a stick and hit Nagendra and his brother Dhirendra on the head and injured them. Inspector Asother Nagendra Nagar said a case had been recorded after a medical examination by both parties. Action will be taken after the investigation.

Others (Fatehpur). In the village of Berrao, a dispute broke out on Sunday between two parties in the dispute over the bicycle repair. Seven people were injured on both sides. The wall of the shopkeeper’s house was also torn down on one side. The police recorded reports on both sides.

Mekuram Paswan, a resident of the village of Berrao, has set up a bicycle workshop in front of the house. He was in the shop around 7 a.m. Ram Singh, Nagendra Singh, Mahendra Singh reached the village on a bicycle and asked for it to be repaired. McCurram refused to work because of the lockdown. It is alleged that Ram Singh started abusing her on the matter.

When he protested, he and his companions beat him up. The attackers also beat up the sons Ramnaresh, Awadhesh, Surendra and daughter Gudiya, who had come to the rescue. When the family members entered the house to flee, the attackers broke through the wall and ransacked the house.

On Macu’s information, the police reached the location and took both parties to the police station. The police sent both parties for a medical examination. Complaints were filed against Ram Singh, Mahendra Singh and Nagendra Singh in relation to Meiku’s complaint. Nagendra Singh on the other side told the police that he went to Maiku’s shop to have the bike made. It is alleged that Meku opened the cycle and charged 20 rupees for the installation of a new tube. When he tried to pay 10 rupees, Meku stopped working. It is alleged that Meku’s son Naresh started abusing and beating him. Another boy, Awadhesh, came with a stick and hit Nagendra and his brother Dhirendra on the head and injured them. Inspector Asother Nagendra Nagar said a case had been recorded after a medical examination by both parties. Action will be taken after the investigation.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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