Bihar: Hotelier killed by uncle over land dispute in Munger

PATNA: A hotel owner was allegedly killed by his uncle on Monday over a land dispute in the village of Bhalar Sundardih below Dharhara Police Station in Munger. The deceased was identified as Rakesh Ranjan alias Rakku (54), son of retired engineer Kailash Prasad Yadav and a resident of Dharmshala in Jamalpur.
According to police sources, the incident happened around 4 p.m. Rakesh had gone to his family home in Bhalar Sundardih to collect the crops from the farm. He had an altercation with his uncle, Vijay Yadav, over a land dispute. “Rakesh’s relatives allege that he was attacked with an ax by his uncle and others,” said SHO of Dharhara Police Station, Rohit Kumar Singh.
The SHO added that Rakesh was rushed to Sadar’s hospital where doctors said he had been brought to death.
Husband throws acid at wife: A 40-year-old woman, Bhulan Devi, suffered severe burns on Monday in an alleged acid attack by her husband in Tetrahi Amaha village below Pipra Police Station in Supaul district. The woman was rushed to the PHC in Pipra from where she was referred to Supaul Sadar Hospital.
The incident took place when the woman and her husband, Sarwan Kumar, had gone to meet one of their relatives, Sanjay De. The couple argued over a family problem. Sarwan threw acid on his wife and fled. Sarwan’s cousin Monu Kumar and his mother also suffered minor burns,” said SHO of Pipra Police Station, Nagendra Kumar.

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