Friday 21st of January 2022

Follow Us

Breaking News

Bihar : Five arrested for shooting JDU leader and killing property dealer

 Ara, 31 October (Fast Mail) – Gang war between two groups was behind the shooting of Prince Singh Bajrangi and his friend property dealer Mithun Singh, the national secretary of Yuva Janata Dal United, on 28 September in Jagadevanagar of Ara urban area of ??Bhojpur district. And the matter of hostility has come to light.

 

During gangwar firing, property dealer Mithun Singh was killed on the spot while JDU leader was injured. SP Har Kishore Rai of Bhojpur district had formed a team that has arrested all the accused named in the murder and firing.

 

 

 There have been many sensational revelations after the arrest of the accused. The accused told the police that there was a plan to kill Mithun Singh in a gang war of two groups. JDU leader Prince Singh Bajrangi was with him and he was also shot. The incident involved Rishidev Chaudhary, son of Arvind Chaudhary, resident of Belaur village in Udwantnagar police station area, Suman Rai, son of Umesh Rai, resident of Jagdevanagar in Nawada police station area, Naveen Upadhyay, son of Ram Hulas Upadhyay, resident of Vaisadih in Piro police station area, Nawada police station area market. Chandan Kumar Rai, son of Samiti resident Ramakant Rai and Bittu Kumar Rai, son of Vijay Kumar Rai, resident of Basra village in Sikarhatta police station area, have admitted their involvement in the murder.

 

One katta, two pistols and five cartridges have also been recovered from these criminals. Property dealer Mithun Singh was killed in the battle for supremacy of Dipu Chaudhary and Ranjit Chaudhary of Belaur village in Bhojpur. Mithun Singh was a supporter of Belaur village resident Ranjit Chaudhary. Deepak Chaudhary's gang is headed by Deepak Pandey, a resident of Sikraul village in Sikarhatta police station area.

 

All the accused arrested worked for the Dipu Chaudhary gang. Now the police are busy in arresting the director of this gang, Deepak Pandey. JDU National Secretary Prince Singh Bajrangi is currently out of danger.

Related Bihar News

Hazaribagh: Son and daughter including mother killed in elephant attack, three injured

 Hazaribagh, 20 December (H.S.). Three  members of the same family,including mother,son and daughter  were trampled to death by ay a herd of elephants in Itej village of Kandaber panchayat of the district. Three people were injured in the attack, who have been admitted to the Sadar Ho....

Bihar: Four killed, including three children, during Chhath puja festival

 Patna, 11 November (FASTMAIL) - Four people, including three children, have died due to drowning in Lakhisarai, Purnia and Araria during Chhat puja festival. Two children died in Narpatganj of Araria and one in Lakhisarai while one died in Purnia due to drowning. The first incident has taken p....

Flood waters engulf new areas in Nalanda and Gaya districts of Bihar

 PATNA:In Bihar, flood waters have engulfed new areas in Nalanda and Gaya districts following breach in embankment. Surging waters of river Sone has entered low lying areas of Rohtas district.  Several villages have been inundated. Standing crops spread over 20 lakh hectares have been dama....

Bihar issues guidelines for opening of educational institutions from January 4

 PATNA:Bihar government has issued guidelines for opening of educational institutions in the state from January 4. Schools from Class 9th onwards, colleges and coaching institutes are permitted to allow only 50 percent of students. They have been asked to call students in batches on alternative....

COVID-19 recovery rate improves to 96.08 pct in Bihar

Patna, Nov 02:-- In Bihar, COVID-19 recovery rate has improved to 96.08 percent. This is 4.54 percent more than the national average. The number of active cases in the state is continuously declining.   Currently 7 thousand 437 patients are undergoing treatment at various hospitals. 1194 patien....

Links
Contact
Editor :
Jagadananda Pradhan
Email :
fastmail@yahoo.com
For Ads :
fastmailads@gmail.com
Ph : (+91)6764295999
Contact Us
© 2022 Fast Mail Media Pvt Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
Developed by : FM Media Pvt Ltd.