Doctors and officials might not agree that dengue has taken a menacing shape. However, its scare certainly has. While dengue has taken several lives in Lucknow in past around a month, its scare unfortunately led to a murder of a farmer in Mohanlalganj’s Bhawani Kheda village.
The trigger for the murder was dumping of filth in front of his house by the farmer. According to Mohanlalganj inspector Rampal Yadav, Ram Kewal (48) is a resident of Bhawani Kheda and had domesticated pigs in his house. To feed them, he used to bring leftover from hotels and dhabas. On Monday, his neighbour Ramkishun objected to filth and garbage loitered in front of the house.
Ramkishun said that because of uncleaned surrounding, dengue has spread in the area and the garbage dumped in front of his house too might lead to dengue. This led to confrontation between Ramkishun and Ram Kewal’s family members.
However, neighbours somehow pacified the two.
On Monday night, Ram Kewal was going to the room that he had got constructed on his field. However, Ram Kishun and his sons Dilip and Surendra waylaided him on way and hit Ram Kewal by an axe. Ram Kewal shouted for help and fell down in the field bleeding profusely. The accused ran way from the spot by the time villagers reached and found Ram Kewal dead. The police also rushed to the spot on receiving the information. The police have sent the body for the post-mortem examination. Ram Kewal’s family members accused Ramkishun, his sons Dilip and Surendra and daughter Gudiya of killing him.
Earlier, interestingly, Ram Kishun and Ram Kewal’s dispute in the afternoon had reached the police outpost from where some cops at come to the village and had warned Ram Kewal not to spread garbage.
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