Woman among 4 killed in separate incidents in Bareilly

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Woman among 4 killed in separate incidents in Bareilly

Wednesday, 24 April 2024 | PNS | Lucknow

The Bareilly district was rocked with four separate murder cases during the last 24 hours. A brick kiln owner in Faridpur and a mining contractor in Bithri Chainpur were shot dead. A woman was beaten to death in Shahi and a farmer was hacked with a sharp-edged weapon in Mirganj.

According to reports, 50-year-old Mohammed Mazhar Khan alias Bobby Advocate, a former head of Dhakni Rajpuri in Faridpur, had a brick kiln in Rahpura village.

On Monday noon, a fight broke out between Salman, a resident of Kalyanpur in Bhuta, and Rehan of Bhure Khan Gauntia over transportation of bricks. Rehan called seven to eight people, including his brother-in-law Irfan, from Gausganj. They started beating Salman and his mother Sitara. When Mazhar reached there, he slapped Rehan and his brother-in-law shot Mazhar in the chest.

An FIR has been registered against Rehan, his brother-in-law Naushad, Irfan and Afsar. Irfan has been arrested.

Meanwhile, 25-year-old Aman Patel, a mining contractor and resident of Maheshpura in Bithri Chainpur, was shot dead in the wee hours of Monday.

During patrolling, police found his body on Chak road ahead of Navadiya Harkishan village. A chat with a girl was also found in Aman’s mobile. Police said they were interrogating five people, including the girl in question.

In the third incident, a woman of Bhamora in Shahi was beaten to death in a dispute over dumping garbage. Her daughter Kranti had a dispute with a neighbour.

In another case reported on Monday night, a farmer of Karanpur was murdered by attacking with a sharp weapon. He was guarding the tubewell in the field.

Meanwhile, a Delhi-bound bus collided head-on with a truck on the Lucknow-Agra Expressway in Kannauj district early Tuesday morning, leaving four passengers dead and 21 others injured, police said.

There were about 40 passengers on the bus originating from Gorakhpur. Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP) Dr Sansar Singh said the deceased were yet to be identified. The injured were admitted to Shri Bhimrao Ambedkar Government Medical College in Tirwa. Those grievously were referred to Kanpur.

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