Agra: The painful incident took place in a house in Dadaki village near Erdatnagar police station area. A huge blast occured due to the leakage in the gas cylinder, in which five members of the family died and six people got injured, investigation is underway.

According to the police officials, the incident occured in the late hours of Monday night, the villager named Hitesh Singh was one of the resident in the village along with his family. On Monday night, his wife was preparing meal in the kitchen, when a sudden blast occured in the gas cylinder . The blast was so vigorous that the entire house collapsed and the family members got dumped under the debris.

The neighbours got scared with the sudden sound of the blast and ran towards the spot immediately to save the family members.  As and when, the information was received, the police and administration team reached the spot and the injured ones were taken out of the debris and admitted to the hospital.

The investigation is underway.

Uttar Pradesh: A mob lynching victim Rakbar Khan, who died after being alleged attacked by the villagers in Rajasthan's Alwar district. His post mortem report revealed that Akbar died due to shock and internal injuries from blunt weapon.

On last Friday, Akbar and his friend was attacked by the mob, on the suspicion that they were smuggling cows. The mob attacked Akbar with sticks and stones. Rakbar was taken to the hospital by the police three hours after the incident, where he declared dead by the doctors.

His autopsy report revealed on Monday that he died due to shock and internal injuries.

"There were injuries on the body,  internal bleeding lead to the death," said Rajeev Gupta, one of the doctors who performed the autopsy.

Dr. Gupta further added that the injuries were made by the blunt object and there were around 7 to 8 fractures in his body.

The delay made by the police in taking him to the hospital is being investigated. Strict action has been taken against the three policeman, Assistant sub-inspector Mohan Singh was suspended and two constables have been shifted to Police Lines.

Kushinagar :The case of killing four people of the same family in Kushinagar, Uttar Pradesh has been stirred. The police reached the spot and sent the bodies to the post-mortem and started investigating the matter.

According to police, this event is from Bhavarlia area of Padrona Kotwali. The eccentric father first slaughtered his two sons and wife with a knife and later, he committed suicide by consuming poison.

According to the sources, the dispute between husband and wife is the reason found behind such brutall incident.The neighbours got shocked and they immediately informed the police as and when they got to know about the  sudden death of four people of the same family. 

As soon as the information was received, the superintendent of police arrived at the spot and started investigating the matter.

Ghaziabad: A shocking incident took place in the Masuri area police station, Ghaziabad. A five-storey under-construction building collapsed in the Akash Nagar area on Sunday, 22 July, killing two people and seven others got injured.

UP CM Yogi Adityanath asked the district authorities to lodge an FIR and take action against the guilty.

District Magistrate Ritu Maheshwari said the building was being constructed illegally.“The government will give Rs 2 lakh as ex-gratia to the family of the victim and Rs 50,000 each to the injured.”

 Ram Kumar, IG Meerut said“We will file an FIR and take the harshest action against the culprits,”. He further said that as per the relevant documents the land belonged to a builder, The police have identified four people and are in the process of taking them into custody.

District Magistrate Ritu Maheshwari said an FIR has been registered against the land owner Dinesh and the builder Mukesh singh and Krishna Pal Tomar. The landowner and the builder were booked under the (NSA)National Security Act.

Himanchal: A massive fire broke out at a residential building in Himachal Pradesh’s Mandi district on Monday morning. 

Rajiv Kumar, ADM Mandi said “Five persons lost their lives in the fire that broke out at a residential building at Ner Chowk in Mandi. LPG Cylinder blast seems to be the reason behind the fire".

According to the sources, several others are feared trapped inside. Three fire tenders are at the spot and rescue operations are underway.

A magisterial probe has been ordered into the incident.