Orders issued to banish the woman from the house with two girls in the house

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Ayodhya. Inderwas Singh, a member of the State Women’s Commission, arrived at the home of a victim woman on Friday to hear her agony. The victim claimed she was forced out of her home in Vivekanandapuram colony by SDM Sadar on Thursday.
She set off with her two daughters and their belongings. He told her to stay in the house. But he was not allowed to enter the house until evening. However, the administration officials have instructed the Commission to keep his belongings in the house.
Shipra Shukla’s late wife Manish Kumar Shukla, a resident of the Vivekananda Puram colony of the victim Devkali, announced in a letter to the chairwoman of the state women’s commission that SDM Sadar Jyoti Singh they were on the 17th order and advance information with his brother-in-law Ashish Kumar Shukla two daughters Tarunika (11), Jahnavi (06) and their belongings thrown out of the house.
The SDM demanded that he should not be taken out of the house if it rained at night, but that the goods were thrown away. The victim demanded the return of the house with the goods and appropriate action against the SDM.
Then Commissioner Inderwas Singh, who had arrived here on Friday, reached his house. Heard the pain. He said the woman had taken her children out through the SDM Sadar without a judicial or competent order. This is not at all appropriate.
I went there. I asked to have the woman and her belongings done in the house, but they learn that her things with the woman have not yet been done in the house.
The commission gave the DM and the SSP the task of bringing the woman into the house with her belongings. Information was sent from here just last night to bring in the woman and the goods. I don’t understand at what level this is managed. I am trying to speak to the chairman of the commission and the prime minister.

Ayodhya. Inderwas Singh, a member of the State Women’s Commission, arrived at the home of a victim woman on Friday to hear her agony. The victim claimed she was forced out of her home in Vivekanandapuram colony by SDM Sadar on Thursday.

She set off with her two daughters and their belongings. He told her to stay in the house. But he was not allowed to enter the house until evening. However, the administration officials have instructed the Commission to keep his belongings in the house.

Shipra Shukla’s late wife Manish Kumar Shukla, a resident of the Vivekananda Puram colony of the victim Devkali, announced in a letter to the chairwoman of the state women’s commission that SDM Sadar Jyoti Singh they were on the 17th order and advance information with his brother-in-law Ashish Kumar Shukla two daughters Tarunika (11), Jahnavi (06) thrown out of the house with their belongings.

The SDM demanded that he should not be taken out of the house if it rained at night, but that the goods were thrown away. The victim demanded the return of the house with the goods and appropriate action against the SDM.

Then Commissioner Inderwas Singh, who arrived here on Friday, arrived at his house. Heard the pain. He said the woman had taken her children out through the SDM Sadar without a judicial or competent order. This is not at all appropriate.

I went there. I asked to have the woman and her belongings taken care of in the house, but it turned out that her belongings with the woman have not yet been taken care of in the house.

The commission gave the DM and the SSP the task of bringing the woman into the house with her belongings. Information was sent from here just last night to bring in the woman and the goods. I don’t understand at what level this is managed. I am trying to speak to the chairman of the commission and the prime minister.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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