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Hathras Incident: The first case of death of 121 people was registered in Patna court against Bhole Baba, know what happened so far

Nita Yadav

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Self proclaimed saint Bhole Baba.

The first case has been registered in the first court against Bhole Baba alias Suraj Pal Singh in the Hathras stampede case. Earlier in a message on Saturday, Bhole Baba said that he is saddened by the Hathras stampede incident. He also asked the victims’ families to have faith in the judiciary. Dev Prakash Madhukar, the main accused in the Hathras stampede that killed 121 people, was arrested on Friday night.

What has happened so far?

The first case in the Hathras stampede case has been registered against Suraj Pal Singh. The case was filed against him in the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Patna. Earlier in a video message on Saturday, Bhole Baba had said that he was saddened by the July 2 stampede incident. He said that he had faith in the government and administration. I am confident that no one who creates chaos will be spared.

Bhole Baba, through lawyer AP Singh, said that he has requested the members of the committee to stand by the bereaved families and the injured and provide lifelong support.

Arrest of main accused Madhukar

Dev Prakash Madhukar, the main accused in the Hathras stampede, was taken into custody by the Uttar Pradesh police on Friday night. Madhukar is the ‘main servant’ and he is the accused named in the FIR. The Uttar Pradesh Police had announced a reward of Rs 1 lakh for information about Madhukar’s arrest.

A team of the Judicial Commission reached the Hathras police line on Saturday, which will brief the commission about the inquiry report on the Hathras incident. According to Hathras police sources, they arrested Dev Prakash Madhukar from near Najafgarh on Friday based on technical surveillance. Later he was brought to Hathras. Police sources also said that Madhukar did not surrender.

SIT preliminary report

In Lucknow, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was informed of the SIT’s preliminary report on the stampede. This report was presented by ADG Agra Zone. He was one of the top officials who visited Hathras to oversee the rescue and relief measures after the stampede. The confidential report includes statements from Hathras District Magistrate Ashish Kumar, Superintendent of Police Nipun Aggarwal and senior officials of the health department, who noted the state of emergency created by the stampede.

Rahul Gandhi met the victims

Talking about politics, Leader of Opposition Rahul Gandhi met the families of the stampede victims in the Lok Sabha on Friday. Before meeting the family members in Hathras, Rahul Gandhi stayed in Aligarh and met the relatives of the victims from the district. After meeting the families, he urged Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to provide maximum compensation to the victims without any delay. He also said that he would raise the issue in Parliament so that such incidents do not happen in future.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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