Land dispute: Disgusting! Uncle shoots niece on Daughters Day
Land dispute: Disgusting! Uncle shoots niece on Daughters Day

Lucknow: While everyone was wishing their daughters on Daughters' Day on Sunday, an uncle shot a 21-year-old niece in Azamgarh District of Uttar Pradesh. The seriously injured girl has been admitted to the district hospital. Police have attributed the incident to a property dispute. In Keshavpur Mahmoodpatti village under Gianpur Kotwali area of Azamgarh district, there has been a long-standing fight over property between two parties. The two sides started arguing over something late in the evening due to the old rivalry.

The villagers on the spot were present there. Meanwhile, Abhishek Yadav alias Zinak's 21-year-old niece Anamika alias Ritu was coming home after tuitions. Then her uncle shot her. The bullet hit the student in the neck and she fell to the ground bleeding. Her uncle fled the spot after the incident. The injured student was rushed to the District Hospital. The condition of the student undergoing treatment at the hospital is said to be critical.

On receiving information about the incident, field officials Sagadi and Gianpur Kotwali rushed to the spot and launched an investigation. The two sides have been reported to have an old land dispute. Azamgarh SP RA Siddhartha said that at 5.30 pm, the incident took place at Village Keshavpur in Thana Gianpur in which a 21-year-old girl named Anamika was shot. The injured has been rushed to the district hospital for treatment where his condition is said to be out of danger.

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