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Retired teacher shot at on Wednesday dies during treatment, FIR lodged

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ALLAHABAD: The retired teacher who was shot at near Abdalpur village under Soraon police station on Wednesday evening died while undergoing treatment at SRN hospital on Friday. On the complaint of the retired teacher’s son, an FIR was registered against a person of Malakchaturi village in Soraon with whom his father was in a monetary dispute. The retired teacher had given a statement to the police making the same allegations. Police had started the investigations and is making efforts to nab the culprit.

It may be mentioned that a resident of Lakhrawa Sangipur in Pratapgarh district, Ramsewak Yadav was a retired teacher. One of his daughters lives in Katra area of the city and is preparing for competitive examinations. On Wednesday evening Ramsewak had gone to meet his daughter and was returning on his motorcycle. He had reached near Abdalpur village in Soraon when he was shot at by some persons on a motorcycle. Ramsewak received a bullet injury in his stomach and collapsed while the assailants fled the scene.

Ramsewak was admitted to SRN hospital by SHO Soraon SK Sharma who also reached the scene on receiving the information. Ramsewak died while undergoing treatment on Thursday. On the complaint of Ramsewak’s son Rambahadur Yadav, an FIR was registered against Ramkumar alias Gopal of Malakchaturi village in Soraon. In his statement given to the police bfroe his death Ramsewak had informed that he was in a monetary dispute with Gopal.

He had also raised suspicion that Gopal may be behind the assault. Soraon police has started the investigations but Gopal is still out of the police net. Ramsewak was retired from Primary school at Pipri Saraichandika. He had left behind a son and five daughters. His murder caused resentment among the family members and villagers who demanded immediate arrest of the accused.

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Kamil completed his schooling from reputed Saint Joseph’s College. After school Kamil had planned to do bachelor’s course in business administration and then MBA from some reputed college. His further plans were to take his family business of garments to a higher level. However, his destiny landed him to the Mass Communication department of Amity University at Lucknow. He worked in a Hindi Newspaper in Lucknow for some months but then returned to Allahabad due to some family problems. Here he joined reputed local English Newspaper Northern India Patrika and he is now with us. Kamil has a flare for investigative journalism and exposing corruption in government schemes. Mobile Number - +919599132830

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