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BAREILLY: A 60-year-old farmer was allegedly hacked to death by his nephew (in his twenties) for objecting to the latter cutting a tree that he had sown years ago in his family’s ancestral land in Nighasan area of UP’s Kheri on Monday.
The accused, Sajjan Ali, was trying to cut a 15-year-old Semal (Bombax Ceiba) tree as he wanted to sell its wood, but Mukheem Ali intervened because of his attachment to the tree. After a heated argument, Sajjan hacked his uncle to death in a fit of rage and fled the spot. Police have formed multiple teams to nab the accused.
In another incident, a 54-year-old farmer, Ashok Kumar, was allegedly dragged outside his house and beaten to death with sticks by his cousin and his sons in a village in Tilhar area of UP’s Shahjahanpur on Monday.
There was a dispute between the families over installation of a water tap by the government and it took an ugly turn when the victim was assaulted by his cousin Rajendra Kumar and his sons – Akhilesh Kumar, Kamlesh Kumar, Mithlesh Kumar, and Neelesh Kumar – in front of his family.
Ashok’s family claimed that the accused gouged the victim’s eyes out with a licensed gun, and he succumbed to his injuries on the spot. Police have sent the body for autopsy and are searching for the accused persons.
SSP Shahjahanpur S Anand said, “We have registered an FIR against the accused under the sections of murder and rioting at Tilhar police station. The body has been sent for autopsy, and we will arrest the accused soon.” Kanwardeep Singh


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