The UP Police on September 29, found the headless body of a woman with four of her fingers missing in Banda district. The woman, aged about 35-40-years, was partially clothed and her head was found at some distance from her body, said SP Ankur Agarwal. The body was identified as one Maya Devi, wife of Ramkumar Ahirwar, a resident of Chhatarpur district in MP who was murdered, over affair suspect.
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In yet another horrific incident, a 55-year-old woman has been arrested in the Pilibhit district of Uttar Pradesh for brutally murdering her husband Rampal and throwing his body parts into a canal. According to police, the woman killed her husband with an axe. Confessing the crime, she told police that she tied her husband to a cot and then cut him into five pieces with the axe.
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In the latest development in the Atiq Ahmed murder case, a crude bomb was hurled near the home of deceased gangster-politician Atiq Ahmed's lawyer Daya Shankar Mishra in Prayagraj. As per sources, no casualties were reported in the incident which took place in Katra Gobar Gali. SHO of Kernalganj police station Ram Mohan Rai claimed Atiq's lawyer Dayashankar Mishra was not the target and incident was a fallout of two.
The recent killing of gangster Asad, the son of Atiq Ahmad has triggered a political controversy. On April 13, the Uttar Pradesh Special Task Force (STF) encountered Asad and another accused in Umesh Pal Murder Case. The opposition said, the intent of the encounter was to kill as the two received more than forty gunshots. A case has been registered against the task force for encounter and investigation launched.
In Barabanki region, two alleged drug peddlers were arrested, confirmed police. During the search, the police also sized over one kilogram of morphine estimated to be worth Rs 1 crore on April 8. The search was conducted on a tip-off by the Ramsanehighat police, following which the accused, identified as Asharam and Harjeet were arrested from an intersection near Thorthia village. A case has been registered and investigation is underway.
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In Uttarakhand, five UP police personnel and a woman were killed while chasing a mining mafia. The tragic incident occurred in an exchange of fire between cops and mafia, on October 12. Moreover, one of the killed in the encounter was BJP leader Gurtaj Bhullar's wife Gurpeet Kaur, following which villagers protested and hostage the police officials. Moreover, a case has also been registered.
In a bizarre incident, a 23-year-old man was arrested by Firozabad police for impersonating a cop and extorting money from vehicle drivers. On October 3, the Uttar Pradesh police said, Mukesh Yadav (23) used to evade toll tax off from Yamuna Expressway near Agra. He was caught after police found his age and physical appearance questionable for the position and investigated to find Yadav, a fraud, evading toll plaza money.
In Lakhimpur Dalit minor girls death case, a new development was reported after postmortem confirmed rape and strangulations. On September 15 evening, the postmortem reports arrived, which confirmed rape of the two SC girls, whose bodies were found hanging from tree in the village of Uttar Pradesh. Meanwhile, the police also confirmed to arrest all the six accused in the incident and launch an investigation into the matter.
In a Lakhimpur Kheri village, Uttar Pradesh, the bodies of two minor girls, belonging to the scheduled caste community, was found hanging on a tree. The villagers and family protested demanding justice for the girls, who were allegedly raped and murdered by three men. The police registered a case and took four accused into custody and launched an investigation. Further details are awaited and will be revealed after the postmortem.
In Uttar Pradesh's Bareilly, an eight-month-old baby reportedly died after the battery of a cellphone kept near her exploded. The police confirmed the incident on September 14, saying the keypad phone was kept on charging and already had a swollen battery when it exploded next to the baby. The police condemned the incident and blamed parents' negligence, which caused the unfortunate demise of the baby.