UP Breaking News Live: There was a fierce fight in Basti for abusing Subhaspa chief OP Rajbhar, the injured youth died.

A massive fire broke out near Indralok Market in Lucknow, controlled by the wisdom of people.

A massive fire broke out in paper, cardboard and junk kept on the roof on the third floor near Indralok Market of Krishna Nagar police station area in Lucknow. The fire caused panic around the market. The fire was controlled due to the wisdom of the people even before the fire brigade arrived. According to the information, the fire was caused by the falling of a burning firecracker. There was no loss of life or property in the accident.

There was a fierce fight in Basti for abusing Subhaspa chief OP Rajbhar, the injured youth died.

In Agai Bhagad village of Nagar police station area in Basti, the bullies beat up Subhaspa chief OP Rajbhar fiercely when he refused to abuse him. Ravi Rajbhar suffered serious head injury in the attack. He was admitted to Gorakhpur Medical College for treatment. Where he died during treatment. According to the information, the bullies had barged into Ravi Rajbhar’s house and abused OP Rajbhar. When he protested against the abuse, he was beaten. In this case, the police have registered a case against 5 accused, out of which two have been arrested.

Massive fire breaks out in candle factory in Lucknow, fire brigade vehicles on the spot

A massive fire broke out in a candle making factory in Atrauli village of Mohanlalganj, Lucknow. During the accident, panic spread among the people due to the explosion taking place inside the factory. On receiving information, fire brigade vehicles reached the spot and are busy extinguishing the fire.

CM Yogi said in Gwalior – Ram temple is being constructed in Ayodhya

CM Yogi Adityanath addressed an election rally in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. During this he said that Ram temple is being built in Ayodhya. Development is taking place under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi. Rajmata Scindia was involved in the temple movement. A grand temple is being built in Ayodhya, hence remembering Rajmata is important. The BJP government is getting the benefits of schemes without any discrimination. Congress has always given problems to the country. But, BJP has solved every problem.

Bike and Scorpio collide on Saryu bridge in Ayodhya, 2 killed in the accident

There was a massive collision between a bike and a Scorpio on the Saryu bridge in Naya Ghat Chowki area in Ayodhya. In the accident, two youths riding a bike died tragically on the spot. The police reached the spot after receiving information and took the bodies of both of them in their custody and sent them to the post-mortem house. The police took the Scorpio into custody. But the driver absconded.

In Bareilly, wife was murdered by slitting her throat with a sharp weapon, then husband hanged himself.

Rameshwar alias Makulal, resident of Islamnagar alias Dalipur of Sirauli police station area of ​​Bareilly, murdered his wife Seema (30 years) by slitting her throat with a sharp weapon on Monday evening. After this, the husband hanged himself in the room near the wife’s dead body. The relatives of the deceased informed the police. The police broke the window of the room and brought down the hanging husband. After this he was admitted for treatment. But, the husband’s condition is serious. Police have taken the body of the deceased woman (30 years) in their custody and sent it for post-mortem. On receiving information about the incident, Superintendent of Police Rural (SPR), CO and police officers reached the spot. Police has started the investigation of the matter. But, why did the accused husband commit the murder? Its investigation has been started. Deceased Seema was married 5 years ago. The family members of the woman reached the spot from Sherpur Khalsa village of Aliganj police station area. She has filed a complaint to register an FIR against the accused husband. With this, there is chaos in the family of the deceased.

Taj Mahal ticket server down in Agra, long queue of tourists at the counter

During Diwali holidays, Taj Mahal was also buzzing with the hospitality of thousands of tourists. More than 67,000 tourists came to see the Taj Mahal on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. On Tuesday also, the arrangements broke down due to the arrival of large number of tourists. There was a long queue at the ticket counter. Due to which the ticket server also went down. There was a long line of vehicles at the parking lot located at the Taj Mahal western gate. The situation was such that the parking lot also became completely full. In such a situation, ACP Taj Security Areeb Ahmed himself appeared on the ground to handle the deteriorating situation.

FIR registered against Swami Prasad Maurya in Hazratganj police station, Hindu Mahasabha filed a complaint

SP leader Swami Prasad Maurya has found it difficult to taunt Lakshmi Devi on the occasion of Diwali. Hindu Mahasabha has filed a complaint in Hazratganj police station of Lucknow. In the complaint, a demand has been made to register a case against Swami Prasad Maurya. Hindu Mahasabha alleges that SP leader Swami Prasad is continuously insulting Sanatan Dharma and Hindu Gods and Goddesses. His statements hurt the sentiments of crores of Hindus.

Deputy CM Brajesh Pathak reached Unnao, met his aunt

Deputy CM Brajesh Pathak has today come to meet his aunt in Fatehpur Chaurasi, Unnao. Deputy CM had received information about aunt being unwell, after which he along with his wife came to meet aunt. He met his family members and wished them a happy Diwali.

Deputy CM Brajesh Pathak with his aunt

SP leader Azam Khan’s elder son Adeeb Ahmed met in Sitapur jail

SP leader Azam Khan’s elder son Adeeb Ahmed met in Sitapur jail. Azam Khan is lodged in the district jail of Sitapur.

Salma Ansari supported the statement of Swami Prasad Maurya

Aligarh: Former Vice President Hamid Ansari’s wife has supported the statement of SP leader Swami Prasad Maurya. Former Vice President’s wife Salma Ansari said that Swami Prasad Maurya is right. Women should be worshipped.

Sanjay Nishad said – Swami Prasad Maurya should be sent to a mental asylum

Now Cabinet Minister Sanjay Nishad has attacked SP leader Swami Prasad Maurya’s comment on ‘Goddess Lakshmi’. He said that just as a mad dog roams here and there to bite, the condition of Swami Prasad Maurya is similar. Swami Prasad Maurya should be sent to a mental asylum. Don’t know where Swami Prasad’s poison will go. Swami Prasad Maurya is a hired wrestler.

Subhaspa President Om Prakash Rajbhar said – Leaders of opposition alliance are in touch

Om Prakash Rajbhar, President of BJP’s ally Subhashpa in UP, has said that the leaders of the opposition’s India Alliance are in touch with us. He said that we will take the decision after the cabinet expansion. We will decide with whom to live and with whom not. All leaders are two faced snakes. Om Prakash Rajbhar is also a two-headed snake. Don’t know when and where who will turn, no party is pure.

Deputy CM Keshav Maurya said – SP is not well-wisher of backward class or poor.

Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya has once again taken a dig at the Samajwadi Party. He said that these people are not well-wishers of the backward classes or the poor. They know only one formula to gain power by dividing the people. But, the public has now understood their formula. There is a BJP wave in the states where assembly elections are being held and we will win there. This alliance INDIA has been formed to protect each other from allegations. It has no future.

Car overturns after hitting divider on Delhi Highway, two laborers from Bareilly die

The speeding car went out of control on the Delhi National Highway and collided with the divider. In this, two laborers from Bareilly, Ziaur Rahman (35) and Abdul (32) died on the spot. While Kaleem, Parvez and Jalil were seriously injured. CO City Vijay Kumar Rana said that preliminary investigation has revealed that speeding was the cause of the accident.

CM Yogi extended best wishes on Children’s Day, met children learning Taekwondo

CM Yogi Adityanath has greeted all the children on the occasion of Children’s Day. He said that hearty greetings of ‘Children’s Day’ to all the dear children who are the basis of hope, aspiration and progress of the nation! Our government is fully committed to providing cultured education, security and good health facilities to children as well as their overall development. On this occasion, the Chief Minister met the children undergoing Taekwondo training in Gorakhpur and blessed them for their bright future.

CM Yogi Adityanath

Six people traveling in a car died in a road accident in Muzaffarnagar

A horrific road accident has occurred in Muzaffarnagar. A car traveling from Delhi to Haridwar came under a truck on National Highway 58 in Chhapar police station area of ​​the district, in which six people traveling in the car died. On receiving information about the incident, senior officials reached the spot.

CM Yogi said in Janata Darbar – There should be no delay in solving problems

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath heard the problems of people from different districts in ‘Janata Darshan’ in the Gorakhnath temple complex on Tuesday. During this, the Chief Minister directed the concerned officials to resolve the problems and said that there should be no delay and public interest should be paramount.

One dead, two seriously injured in collision between two motorcycles in Sambhal

In Sambhal district, two speeding motorcyclists collided with each other. One person died and two people were seriously injured in the accident. Police arrived on information and admitted the injured to the government hospital. The incident is being reported from Ganwa Hasanpur Road of Rajpura area.

Allahabad High Court issues notice to Ghaziabad Police Commissioner in contempt case

Allahabad High Court has issued a notice to the Police Commissioner of Ghaziabad. It is being told that a notice has been issued to the Commissioner in the contempt case. Several contempt cases are pending against the Ghaziabad Police Commissioner. This notice has been issued for disobeying the orders of the High Court.

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