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Two Convicts Attacked at Naini Central Jail

Naini: According to reports, a situation of unrest is slowly escalating at the Naini Central jail. While attacks on the convicts is quite normal, earlier today something gruesome happened that attracted a lot of investigative reports. Two convicts, named, Rajesh Pilot and Shatir Fahim suffered gruesome injuries in a near fatal attack. According to the statements issued by the fellow inmates, there was an issue seething inside the Naini central jail premises which later escalated into something as big as this. Meerut’s well-known criminal, Udham Singh initiated the attack.

Based on the revelations made by the eye-witnesses, a pair of hair-cutting scissors was used for the attack. The victims, suffered stabs on their hands and body but fled at the right moment. At present, police officials and jail authorities have registered a case against Udham Singh. The victims are undergoing treatment and Rajesh Pilot will soon go back to his cell. Shatir Fahim from Banda is critical and we are awaiting official confirmation from the authorities. Moreover, we are also suspecting a political angle in this sudden jail-centric attack.

It is known that Rajesh and Fahim worked with certain political parties, helping them beef up the vote banks. However, with elections approach, certain influential politicians directed Udham Singh and asked them to eliminate these two convicts. Our investigative reporters are closely looking at this case and we will surely expose the true side of this incident.

About Ashutosh Srivastava

Ashutosh completed his schooling from Allahabad, Moradabad and Bareily. Later he took admission in Allahabad University where he entered student union politics. After completing his graduation in 1998, he had gone to Amrit Prabhat’s office with his father’s friend where the Editor asked him to make news out of a press release. Ashutosh was new and obviously made some mistakes. However, his writing style impressed the editor. Ashutosh accepted the offer and entered journalism. Later he joined United Bharat and then never looked back. He worked as sub editor in Dainik Jagran from 2003 to 2007 and then worked for Amar Ujala. Later, he again joined Jagran as a chief reporter and is now working with Our Platforms.

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