Father dies by unknown vehicle collision, two daughters survived narrowly
Narsinghpur. On Thursday night, an unknown vehicle hit the bike coming from the front near village Chirahkala on Gadarwara-Tendukheda road. Due to which the father of the bike died, the two daughters aged 5 and 6 survived narrowly. In the incident, Gadarwara Civil Hospital Police has taken action and has taken action to send the case to Paloha police station for investigation.
ASI PL Pal, who was in duty at Gadarwara Hospital post in the incident, said that Rajesh father Om Prakash Jatav, 25, a resident of village Khulri of Sihora outpost area, was brought to the hospital for treatment in an injured condition on Thursday night. Where he died during treatment. In the incident, it was learned that the deceased was coming from somewhere on the bike with his two daughters Riya 5 and Ragini 6 years old that his vehicle was hit by an unknown vehicle near Chirahkala. Due to which Rajesh was severely injured and both his daughters survived narrowly. The injured were brought to the hospital via Dial 100 but died during treatment. The police have not yet ascertained the incident vehicle.
Teenager kidnapping teenager had eaten poison, police sent to jail as soon as he was healthy
In the Mungwani police station area, in the kidnapping case of a 16-year-old teenager, the police have arrested the accused and sent him to jail last day. After the teenager’s handiwork, when the youth came to know that a case had been registered against him, he had consumed poisonous substance. Whose treatment continued in the district hospital and as soon as the young man was healthy, the police arrested him and took action to file him in jail.
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SI Divya Sanodia of Mungwani police station said that the 16-year-old teenager of the police station area was kidnapped on May 13 and Amit Mehra resident of Bhunti went to a rented house somewhere in Narsinghpur area. Where he had left the teenager as his sister and had come to his village himself. In connection with the teenager, the police registered a case under section 363 and started the investigation and within two days, the teenager was approached, which revealed during interrogation that he had taken Amit. When the youth came to know about the crime being registered against him, he had consumed some poisonous substance and was undergoing treatment, which led to the arrest of the accused on the previous day. Accused told that he was planning to marry the teenager. Police have registered a case against the accused under sections 363, 366 and sections of the Poxo Act.