Case registered against three for fighting over an old dispute
Indorama In Indorama area, three people entered into a house and beaten up on an old dispute, after which the police registered a case against the three accused. According to the police, at the house of Shraddha Patel husband Ashish Patel resident Vijay Nagar Colony Indorama, Manish, son Naval Kishore, Amit Pal and Ravi Sharma started abusing the husband over the old dispute with the husband, the accused accused Ashish of refusing to abuse him Hit in the head with a pole. When his wife went to save her husband, he too slapped her and started shoving her and later threatened to kill her. In the case, the police have registered a case against the three under various sections on the report of the complainant.
Arrested for carrying liquor illegally
Indorama Bagdun Police Station arrested an accused from a slum area near a company while carrying liquor. According to Bagdun police station, Lakhan alias Badigaard Dayma resident Harijan Mohalla Sector-3 Pithampur was arrested illegally carrying 29 quarters of country liquor, 19 quarters of English liquor and 13 quarters of red spice country liquor in front of Worth Packaging Company. A case was registered against him under the Excise Act. The price of the seized liquor was stated to be Rs. 6070.
The fight over the ridge of the field
Indorama In Bagdun police station area, two men beat up the father and son over the ridge of a field. According to Bagdun police station, Ekduna, a resident of Jagdish’s son Shankarlal Patidar, went to talk to the neighboring farm owner Haresingh about the removal of the stone made on his farm, he abused and stabbed him with the head. At the same time, the accused’s son Ravi also assaulted him. When the complainant’s boy Mukesh came to save him, he was also killed by both of them. Police registered a case against Hari Singh’s son Babusinh Rajput and Ravi’s son Haresingh Rajput resident Ekladuni on the report of the complainant.
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Shrinking at Neelkantheshwara Temple
Banadia. Lord Neelkantheshwar is being decorated daily with adornment in the Neelkantheshwar Mahadev Temple located on the Attaheda Marg in the village. Temple priests Shiva Giri Goswami and Niranjan Giri Goswami said that to save from this epidemic, the Lord is being adorned daily. On Tuesday, the statue of Lord Hanuman was specially decorated at the 24 Avatar Temple in Hanuman Gadi of the village and was consecrated by Pandit Rajendra Trivedi. A grand aarti was performed on this occasion at 9 am. Mahant Lal Giri Mai told that only a few devotees are coming due to the lockdown. The Digambar Jain Atishay Kshetra Temple is also locked at the main entrance of the temple. The manager of the temple, Satish Jain, Sandeep Jain, said that religious programs in the temple have also been closed.
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Banadiya Photo: Adornment in the Neelkantheshwara temple in the village.