BJP Leader Kirpal Singh Shot Dead In Rajasthan’s Bharatpur
BJP leader Kirpal Singh from Rajasthan’s Bharatpur, was reportedly shot dead on September 4. The incident occurred when Singh was returning home from circuit house in his car, when two unidentified assailants came on bikes an opened fire at him. The BJP leader reportedly suffered seven bullet injuries in the attack. Following the incident, Singh was rushed to state-run RBM hospital, where he was declared “brought dead”.
Tags: Kirpal Singh, Rajasthan, Jaipur, Bharatpur, BJP
Courtesy: Press Trust Of India
Sadhu Who Attempted Self-Immolation In Stable Condition, Says Official: Rajashthan
In Rajasthan's Bharatpur district, a sadhu set himself on fire, as a way to protest against illegal mining. The condition of the sadhu is now stable, reported ANI. The incident occurred in Deeg on July 20, and the sadhu has been identified as Vijay Das. District Collector Alok Ranjan stated that the "state government will issue a notification in the next 15 days to declare it as a forest area".
Tags: Sadhu, immolation, Rajasthan, Bharatpur, Deeg
Two More Persons Receive Beheading Threats In Rajasthan's Bharatpur
In Rajasthan's Bharatpur city, two men have allegedly been receiving beheading threats since ten days, from unknown persons. This has come days after the Udaipur beheading incident of tailor Kanhaiya Lal. Mohit Khandelwal, victim Satish Chand's son, stated that his father is a simple man who runs a grocery store. He further stated that his father doesn't have a social media account. Reportedly, security has been given to the victims.
Tags: Rajasthan, Bharatpur, Beheading, udaipur, Nupur Sharma
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
Act Of Revenge: Doctor Couple Shot Dead In Car In Rajasthan's Bharatpur
A doctor couple was shot dead in their car by two motorists on a busy street of Bharatpur, Rajasthan at 4:45PM on May 28. The petrifying incident was captured on CCTV. Reportedly, two years ago, the couple was accused of murdering the husband's alleged 'other woman'. Identifying one of the accused as the deceased woman's brother, the police said that the crime prima-facie appears to be revenge-driven.
Tags: Rajasthan, doctor, murder, Extramarital affair, Bharatpur
Geeta, Babita Phogat's Cousin Ritika Commits Suicide After Losing Bout
Indian wrestlers Geeta and Babita Phogat's 17-year-old maternal sister Ritika Phogat has committed suicide after facing a defeat at a local wrestling match in Bharatpur. Reportedly, Ritika was distressed with the loss, caused by just a single point, in the local tournament's final held on March 14. Meanwhile, Minister VK Singh offered his condolences by tweeting, "....#RitikaPhogat....had a brilliant career ahead. An essential part of their [… read-more
Tags: Wrestling, Geeta Phogat, Babita Phogat, Ritika Phogat, Suicide, Bharatpur
Rajasthan Biggest Contributor For Ram Temple, Clocks Over 20% Donations
Vishwa Hindu Parishad vice-president VP Champat Rai on March 7 stated that Rajasthan has emerged as the top contributor for Ayodhya's Ram Temple construction. Champat said that Rajasthan alone contributed over Rs 500 crore to the total sum of Rs 2500 crore. Besides, he informed that stones for the temple's construction will be transported from Banshi Pahadpur of Rajasthan's Bharatpur district. Leaders from Congress party have also contributed… read-more
Tags: Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Champat Rai, ayodhya temple, Banshi Pahadpur, Bharatpur, Rajasthan
Courtesy: India Today
Rajasthan: Woman Tests COVID-19 Positive For 31 Times In Past Five Months
In a shocking incident, the only COVID-19 patient in Rajasthan’s Bharatpur district has tested positive 31 times in the past five months. Interestingly, the woman even after being infected for 31 times remains to be in a good Health. Reportedly, the woman had tested positive first on August 28, 2020 and since then 30 other subsequent test results showed strain of COVID-19. However, while she is admitted to hospital the doctors advised her to… read-more
Tags: Rajasthan, Covid-19, corona testing, Bharatpur, Active Case
Courtesy: Deccan Herald