Tragic Death of Woman in Land Dispute

After being shot during a land dispute between two parties in Begusarai, a woman passed away while undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Patna late at night on April 27. The news of her death caused a stir among her relatives, and a post-mortem was conducted at Begusarai Sadar Hospital today.

Violent Incident in Sahibpur Kamal Thana Area

The deceased woman has been identified as Kanchan Devi (27), wife of local resident Rahul Kumar Thakur. Her death has sparked anger among the villagers, as the ongoing land dispute between Sikandar Yadav and Mrityunjay Jha in the village has been escalating for some time.

Shooting Incident and Escape of Culprits

On the evening of April 27, a fire was set at Sikandar Yadav’s house on the disputed land, which was quickly extinguished with the help of villagers. It was later revealed that the people from Mrityunjay Jha’s house were behind the fire. When Sikandar Yadav and his family approached Mrityunjay Jha’s house, gunshots were fired, one of which hit Kanchan Devi in the head. The culprits fled the scene, leaving the injured woman to be taken to Begusarai for treatment, where she unfortunately succumbed to her injuries.

Arrest of the Accused Expected Soon

The tragic death of the innocent woman has left the villagers outraged. The two children of the deceased are now facing a major problem of upbringing as their father, Rahul Kumar, works as a railway group-D employee. The police have conducted a post-mortem of the body and are expected to arrest the culprits involved in the shooting incident soon.

बिहार के बेगूसराय में महिला की मौत के बाद परिजनों का रो-रोकर बुरा हाल है। जमीन विवाद के चलते हुई एक गोली लगने से घायल महिला की मौत के बाद ग्रामीणों में कोहराम मच गया। घटना साहेबपुर कमाल थाना क्षेत्र के चौकी गांव में हुई थी। मृतका की पहचान स्थानीय निवासी राहुल कुमार ठाकुर की पत्नी कंचन देवी थी। घटना के बाद आरोपी की गिरफ्तारी की जल्द होगी। इस दुखद घटना से गांव के लोग भी आक्रोशित हैं।

Serving "जहाँ Indian वहाँ India" Since 2014. I Started News Desk in Early Days of India Internet Revolution and 4G. I write About India for Indians.

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