Mumbai: Nearly, nine people should dead while 19 others injured in firing between two groups who clashed over land in Ghorawal village in Sonbhadra district.
“We can’t tell exact numbers as of now. Nine persons brought to a district hospital. Some are injured, some are dead,” District Magistrate Ankit Kumar Agarwal told ANI.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath took stock of the situation and expressed grief for the families of the dead. In addition, he instructed the District Magistrate to provide immediate medical treatment to the injured.
CM directed the DGP to personally monitor the matter and ensure effective action in the case. All those injured were rushed to a hospital. Their condition is being said to be critical.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath took stock of the situation and expressed grief for the families of the deceased. Further, he directed the district magistrate to provide immediate medical attention to the injured.
The CM also directed the DGP to personally monitor the case and ensure effective action in the matter.
As per reports, an initial investigation revealed that both groups clashed on a piece of land. However, one side did not pay attention and on the other side, despite the warning, went to work on the disputed land. This prompted the latter to set an open fire on those who worked on the disputed land.