A case has been registered for killing and injuring two women with sharp-edged weapons in village Chironj under Baroni police station. After the incident, the accused escaped.
Niwai. A case has been registered for killing and injuring two women with sharp weapons on Thursday night in village Chironj under Baroni police station. After the incident, the accused absconded and after hearing the screams of the women, villagers gathered on the spot and informed the Baroni police about the incident.
Thanadikari Kailash Vishnoi told that at 8 pm on Thursday night, Ram Gyan son Ramprasad Jat resident Sirohi Police Station Duttwas reached his wife’s maternal grandfather in Chironj and his grandmother-in-law Narmada (65) wife Shravanlal Jat and maternal mother-in-law Premdevi (35) wife Khemraj with a sharp weapon Attacked and injured. As soon as the incident was reported, the police reached the spot and took the injured women to Tonk Hospital for help.
Where the condition of both of them was worrisome, the doctors referred first aid to Jaipur. Where his treatment continues. Vishnoi said that the wife of the accused Ram Gyan got fed up with her quarrelsome marriage and got married, due to which Ram Gyan reached his maternal grandmother and escaped by attacking her grandmother and maternal mother-in-law with a sharp weapon.
Three hours later, with the help of the villagers, Ram Gyan, who was hiding in the bushes near the Vaishno Devi temple near the Banas river, was arrested. In the case, on Friday, Khemraj’s son Shravanlal Jat along with the villagers reached Baroni police station and filed a case against two other people including Ram Gyan for the murderous attack.
Three injured including mother and daughter
Palai. Uniara-Gulabpura National Highway NH 148 was hit by an unknown vehicle of three persons on the road on Thursday night. All the three injured, who were lying unconscious on the road, were taken to Nainwan Hospital for treatment by the ambulance of Palai toll plaza. The injured include mother and daughter, who were raffled off to Bundi after first aid.
According to the information, 40-year-old Ramesh, a resident of Satkhalia Manpura, 45-year-old neighbor Ramghni and his 8-year-old daughter Lakshmi were going to their village from Nainwaan by bike. Ramesh parked the bike on the roadside near Kaspuria village and started talking on the phone, at the same time the unknown vehicle collided with them, leaving all three injured.