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Current came during shutdown in Badaun, lineman's death: Angry family reached the night power station, staff ran away from the last way, accused of murder

Current came during shutdown in Badaun, lineman's death: Angry family reached the night power station, staff ran away from the last way, accused of murder

Private lineman, who was on the pole to maintain supply in Badaun, died due to the current. To say that he had climbed the pole with a shutdown, but due to the supply being started, he was hit by the current. All the people of the village, including family members, have gathered at the power house at night. At the same time, a large amount of police force is also stationed at the power house. At present, the body has been left from the family Bareilly. The incident took place in the area without. Bahadur (30), a resident of village Ambiyapur of the same police station area, used to work as a privateman at the power house. On Thursday evening, he climbed the pole to repair the 11 thousand volt jumper. Suddenly, it is currently being currently currently shocked that the current ran in the line. Due to this, he came down severely scorched. While he climbed the pole only after the shutdown. The family members reached the information of the case were taking him to a private hospital in Bareilly but he died on the way. Then some people of the family accused of murder left him with Bareilly. While the rest of the people reached the power house with the villagers. Seeing the anger of the family, the staff escaped by locking from there. These people said that when the shutdown was done, how did the current come. Family members have accused of murder under the conspiracy. Although the police has not been given Tahrir at the moment. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 28th 2022, 3:39 pm
Amitesh Kumar
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