Ghazipur: teenager stabbed to death for defecation, angry villagers blocked road, protest

Ghazipur: teenager stabbed to death for defecation, angry villagers blocked road, protest

Raghavendra ShuklaLipiUpdated: 06 Dec 2020, 01:50:00 PM
Angry people blocked the main road near Bahriabad police station headquarters after the news of the murder of a Dalit teenager in Khajepur village of Bahriabad. The teenager was found injured in a paddy field. On being taken to the hospital, the doctors declared him dead.
Villagers demonstration

Villagers demonstration
Ghazipur
after the news of the murder of a Dalit girl in Kajepur village Bhriabad in Ghazipur district in Uttar Pradesh, angry people took the main road blockade near Bhriabad police headquarters. The teenager was found injured in a paddy field. On being taken to the hospital, the doctors declared him dead. It was told that the teenager had gone for defecation. The incident is being reported from Khajepur village of Bahriabad police station. She was second among her four siblings.
The teenager was found in a paddy field a few meters away from home on Sunday morning. On being taken to the hospital, the doctors declared him dead. Angry villagers blocked traffic near Bahriabad police station due to this incident. The attempt to get the police officer jammed was successful when the police captain spoke to the villagers on the spot and assured them to take action against the culprits in this case at the earliest.

Teenager had left home for defecation
The teenager had left home for defecation, but in the face of not coming back after a long time, after searching for the family, he was found in a blood-drenched condition. He had deep knife marks on his throat. With the help of nearby people, the teenager was immediately rushed to a private doctor in Bahriabad market but was declared dead by the doctor. As soon as the news of the teenager was killed, the villagers blocked the road near the police station.

Policemen who failed to pacify the villagers
reached the spot. Police officers tried to convince the villagers to end the jam, but they failed to persuade the villagers to open the jam. Police force of nearby police stations was also called to ensure that there is no untoward incident in the anger of the villagers. When the Police Captain Dr. Omprakash Singh reached the spot, he opened the jam by talking to the villagers.

According to the family members, the teenager used to go to the toilet daily with the women of the house, but on Sunday morning she went to the toilet alone. The teenager was a Class XII student at Subhash Vidya Mandir Inter College, Bahriabad.

Courtesy: Hindi news

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