Bareily: FIR has been lodged against the alleged culprits issued the fatwa against Nida Khan. This case has been registered in Baradari police station on Nida Khan's demand. The minority commission has ordered the SSP to arrest the accused and send him to jail.

 According to the sources, the fatwa against Nida and Farhat was issued by All India Faizan-e-Madina Council. The President Mune Siddiqui Nuri of (AIFMC) announced a reward of 11,786 rupees in public,for the one, cutting Nida's braid and for pelting stones on both of them.

Sources revealed that  Nida and Farhat were ordered to leave the country within 3 days of the release of Fatwa.

 

Allahabad: BJP chief Amit Shah reached Allahabad on Friday morning, to take stock on the on-going preparations for the coming Kumbh Mela. BJP chief visited Allahabad on the auspicious occasion of Guru Poornima to inaugrate the new ghat at Yamuna river bank.

As per schedule, BJP chief had a day long tight schedule followed by the temple visit, attended religious functions, inaugaration, meeting with saints.

BJP chief reached Allahabad at around 8.30 am on Friday and remained in the city till 1.45pm. Amit Shah, firstly inaugarated the new Ghat at Yamuna river bank. Further, Shah met with the seers and discussed the issues on Ayodhya temple and collected their feedback. 

At around 11 am, BJP chief visited the Siddh Baba Maujgiri Math, Siddh Baba Maujgiri Ghat, Panch Dashanam Juna Akhara, Bade Hanuman temple and Baghambari Gaddi. BJP chief Amit Shah also had lunch organised along with the saints at Baghambari Gaddi.

According to the SP city Brajesh Kumar Srivastava said that tight security arrangements were made around the city on the BJP's chief visit.

BJP chief Amit Shah's visit came a day ahead of PM Modi's two days visit to Lucknow on 28th and 29th of July.

 

Moradabad: A case of gangrape has come to fore in Moradnagar city, Uttar Pradesh. A policeman along with his friend allegedly abducted a 10th class girl and then gangraped her. The incident reported in the Civil Lines Police Station area of ​​Moradabad.

15 year old minor is a class 10 student  in one of the reputed school of the city.

According to the sources, family members alleged that the police personnel Devendra first abducted the girl and force her to drink alcohol. Later the two alleged culprit took the victim to a hotel and conducted the crime.

 After the incident, the girl informed the family  about the incident.  After which, a complaint was lodged against the accused and his accomplice and were arrested accordingly.

The sources revealed that on the basis of the complaint lodged, the policeman was suspended by the SSP and later he, along with his friend was arrested by the police.

According to the police official, the relatives of the  victim alleged that the accused is 4 to 5 and related to a reputed families. Due to which the pressure is being made on the victims family to make  settlement in the matter.

 

Ghaziabad: The heavy rain received on Thursday in the capital, Noida, different parts of Ghaziabad and Agra, bought the cities on hault.

According to the sources, all schools of Agra and Ghaziabad remained closed on Friday due to the water logging in many places in the cities.  In this regard, the District Magistrate issued an order late Thursday evening. 

Sources revealed that, due to the heavy rain on Thursday,  children had faced difficulty in getting back home from school. So, keeping in view the weather condition declared by Met department, District Magistrate Ritu Maheshwari declared a rainy day on Friday.

The Met department forecasted heavy and moderate rainfall in many parts of Uttar Pradesh on Friday.

 

Rampur: Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan backfired on the statements made by BJP MP Vinay Katiyar and made an appeal to Muslims to leave the cow's milk business.  Former minister and SP  leader said that if the Muslims want to be safe and want to keep their future generation safe stop doing cow's milk business.

According to the sources, Ajam Khan said on Tuesday that we want to appeal to those Muslims who own dairy, whether it is cow's milk...For the sake of our breeds, for the coming generations of Muslims, leave the business of cows milk.

Azam Khan further added that we appeal to the Maulanas and also to Muslim intellectuals that they should also need to appeal to all those people who carry cow in their hands that leave this business because the Bharatiya Janata Party leaders had declared that if any one will touch the cows or found in a crime related to cows, he will have to face consequences.

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