Devendra Chauhan, Mainpuri: In Uttar Pradesh’s Mainpuri, a mother got so heavy to stop gambling that her eight-month-old innocent was murdered. An eight-month-old innocent lost his life in a dispute over stopping gambling on a vacant plot in a village in Mainpuri. The man of the village has been accused of killing the child. On hearing the news of the innocent’s death, there was a furore in the family. As soon as the information of the incident was received, the district officials along with the police force reached the spot and the police took the dead child’s body in possession and sent it for post-mortem.
what was the matter
Actually, the matter is related to village Kanikpur Sada of Barnahal police station area. Satyaveer Singh, a resident of the same village, went to the police station on March 2 and had given a complaint that one of his plots is lying vacant in the village, in which some youths of the village keep gambling with their other companions. When he went there and refused to gamble on his plot, the accused abused and assaulted him, due to which he was injured. On this Tahrir, the police had registered a case against the accused under relevant sections of assault.
Death in dispute after complaint
It is alleged that when Dharamveer returned home on the evening of March 2, he got information about the incident. When Dharamveer along with his wife went to the accused Anil’s house to complain, Anil and his family members started quarreling together. Meanwhile, in a quarrel, the accused snatched Kartik’s innocent son from Dharamveer’s wife in her lap and slammed him on the wall, which led to the death of the child.
As soon as the information of the incident was received, the Additional Superintendent of Police reached the spot, where he gathered information about the incident from the villagers and relatives, took possession of the body and sent it for post-mortem. According to the police, Panchayatnama and post-mortem are being conducted, action will be taken on the basis of what comes out in the medical report.