War of supremacy again in Dhanbad: 12 rounds fired in clash between Ragini-Raghukul supporters, one injured

Dhanbad News| On Saturday, a lot of bombs, bullets and stones were fired between BJP leader Ragini Singh and Raghukul supporters over DO’s supremacy in coal lifting from the coal dump of Singh Natural Outsourcing Company operating at Gopalichak number 2 of Putki police station area of ​​Dhanbad district. During this time, the entire area was shaken by a dozen bomb blasts carried out from both sides.

12 rounds were fired to spread panic. The windows of a dozen trucks were broken. In the incident, Raghukul supporter Sonu Kumar Yadav, resident of New Marine Beach Balihari, was hit by a bullet in his hand. The bullet has passed through the hand. He has been admitted to SNMMCH Dhanbad.

Attempt to spread panic by placing a bomb under the truck

On Saturday morning around 10 am, there was a minor clash between the two sides and an attempt was made to spread panic by placing a bomb under the tire of the truck. The second incident took place in the afternoon in the presence of police and CISF. During this period the police remained a silent spectator. Regarding the incident, it is being told that DO of two hundred tonnes of coal of Jai Maa Tara coal kiln was installed.

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War of supremacy in Dhanbad: Clash between Ragini and Raghukul supporters, 12 rounds fired, 5 bombed

…and the debate started between Ragni and Raghukul supporters

For coal lifting, her nominated Munshi along with Ragini Singh’s supporters brought trucks and bulldozers to collect coal from the depot. Meanwhile, he got into an argument with the villagers from Raghukul’s side. Raghukul supporters said that loading, peaking, braking will all be the same as before. Whereas Ragini supporters had brought their trucks, bulldozers and workers and wanted to do the loading through this.

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War of supremacy in Dhanbad: Clash between Ragini and Raghukul supporters, 12 rounds fired, 6 bombed

Clash started for supremacy in Dhanbad

Dozens of Ragini supporters who had come to load the coal became furious over the opposition of the local villagers. Started bombing and firing. Within no time, clashes broke out from both sides. After receiving the information, Putki police station’s trainee DSP Archana Smriti Khalko and Kendua police station in-charge RN Thakur reached. After this the lifting of coal started. During this period, two live bombs were also recovered. It has been disabled.

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War of supremacy in Dhanbad: Clash between Ragini and Raghukul supporters, 12 rounds fired, 7 bombed

Supporters gathered in SNMMCH created ruckus

After the incident, Sonu Kumar Yadav, who was injured by bullet, was first admitted to SNMMCH by two youths. Shortly thereafter, a large number of Raghukul supporters gathered in SNMMCH. People created ruckus in the emergency for some time demanding immediate treatment and shifting of Sonu to the ward. Later, the health workers hurriedly shifted the injured Sonu to the ward. During this period the patients had to face a lot of problems.

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War of supremacy in Dhanbad: Clash between Ragini and Raghukul supporters, 12 rounds fired, 8 bombed

Violent clashes have taken place between the two houses earlier also over supremacy.

Violent clashes have already taken place between the two houses over supremacy in outsourcing. Incidents of bombs and firing have already happened in various collieries. Many people have also been injured in various incidents. Some of those injured in these incidents are even in danger of their lives.

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