In quest of employment, a young man from Arrah, Bihar, traveled to Haldwani, Uttarakhand. After getting shot during the recent unrest here, he passed away. Prior to learning about the position, the family was in mourning after receiving a death notice from the Uttarakhand Police. The family then made their way to Nainital with their relatives. According to him, the son’s body was discovered on the Banbhulpura railway station’s track. On his head, they noticed multiple bullet marks.
In actuality, Prakash Kumar, a 24-year-old inhabitant of Chhinegaon in the Sinha OP area of Agra, and the son of Shyamdev Singh, had traveled to Uttarakhand in pursuit of employment. In the meantime, Haldwani saw rioting following bulldozer action due to encroachment. He was shot on the Banbhulpura railway station’s track in this, and he passed away. A tsunami of grief descended upon the family upon learning of his passing.
The Decreased Took All The Responsibilities Of The House
Deepti Singh and Nargis Singh, the deceased’s sisters, stated that their younger brother Prakash was responsible for all household duties. He spent five years looking for work in Bihar. In the meantime, there will be employment in Nainital, according to someone. On February 6th, after hearing this, he traveled to Nainital. He was on the phone with everyone. He last spoke with his younger brother, Akash, also known as Abhiraj, on February 8 at approximately 8:00 p.m.
Family Asks For Help From Government After What Happened In Haldwani
Deepti, the deceased’s elder sister, has asked Uttarakhand, Bihar, and the Central Government to conduct an inquiry into her brother’s death. “My brother was not a terrorist,” he declared. He took a bullet. My brother would not have traveled to another state to work or perished in a violent accident if he had been employed here. We want the BJP administration to support the family and conduct a thorough investigation into the crime.