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20 Dogs Poisoned To Death In Uttar Pradesh

In a shocking incident from Uttar Pradesh, about 20 dogs were found to be poisoned by an unidentified person in the village. The UP police has lodged an FIR.

Dead Dogs Have Been Buried

As per the latest reports, an FIR has been registered against the unidentified person in the village. The 20 dogs were found dead in the Shrinagar area in Uttar Pradesh’s Mahoba. The complaint against the unidentified person was filed by Basaura village head Sukh Nandan Prajapati.

Talking to the media, Station House Officer (SHO) Anil Kumar said that the dead dogs have been buried and all of them were strays. According to the reports, the dogs were reportedly given bread with poison in the village on both Saturday and Sunday.

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Prajapati further informed the police that they have so far noted at least 20 dogs, but the number might go up as they further investigate. Chief Development officer Hari Charan said that the matter is currently being investigated.

Former UP Governor Booked Under Sedition

In another update from Uttar Pradesh, former UP governor Aziz Qureshi has been booked under sedition by the UP Police. This comes after BJP Leader Akash Saxena filed a complaint regarding his alleged recent remarks regarding Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s government.

As per the reports, Aziz Qureshi allegedly compared the Yogi government to “demons”. Following this, Saxena filed a complaint against Qureshi saying that the alleged remarks made by the former governor were derogatory and may lead to “communal riots” between the two communities.

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For now, Aziz Qureshi has been booked under  sections 153A (promoting enmity between two groups on grounds of religion, race), 153B (imputations, assertions prejudicial to national integration), 124A (sedition), and 505(1)(B) (intent to cause fear or alarm to the public), a senior police officer said.