Young Couple's bodies found hanging from tree in Lucknow, UP

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    Young Couple's bodies found hanging from tree in Lucknow, UP

    LUCKNOW: The bodies of a newly wedded couple were found hanging from a tree in Deoria district on Thursday in an incident barely a week after two minors were gang raped and hanged to death in Badaun.

    Families of the couple insist it wasn't suicide, while police suspect a case of robbery and murder, claiming that no cash, jewellery or personal belongings of the victims were recovered from the scene of crime.

    The family members held a protest with the bodies threatening not to cremate them till the accused were arrested.

    According to the police, Nagendra (25) of Sidhua village and Mamta (20) of Farenda were gagged with a cloth. However, the police failed to explain why the 'robbers' would hang the bodies.

    The noose used to hang the couple was at least three feet long. Both the bodies were about five feet above the ground. This means the killers would have to climb up a considerable height to hang the duo of average height.

    Around 7am on Thursday, locals saw the bodies hanging from a tree near Pipra village under Tarkulha police station and informed the police.

    The couple had got married on May 2 and last week Mamta had gone to stay with her parents. Nagendra had gone to get her back and was expected to return by Wednesday evening.
     
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    Couple found hanging from tree - The New Indian Express

    A teenage girl and a college student were found hanging from the branch of a tree at Sakdaha village near Krishnagar in Nadia district, the police said today.

    The police recovered the bodies at 8:30 pm yesterday and sent them for post-mortem.

    The bodies were identified as Anju Biswas (16) and Sabuj Biswas (22), both residents of Sakdaha village. Anju was a student of class-IX and Sabuj was a BA first year student at Majhdia Sudhirranjan Lahiri College.

    The police said Sabuj had a love affair with Anju but Anju's family was opposed to it and arranged her marriage in December.

    On the day of Bijaya Dashami, Sabuj married her by applying vermilion on Anju's forehead and hung themselves at night with a rope from a tree.

    Locals saw the bodies and informed the police.
     
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    Akhilesh Yadav has lost the moral right to govern UP

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    Water cannon is being used to disperse BJP Mahila Morcha workers protesting against the Baduan rape case in Lucknow on Monday. (PTI Photo by Nand Kumar)

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    To say Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhikesh Yadav has not learnt any lessons from Samajwadi Party in the recently concluded Lok Sabha election would be a huge understatement. It will be appropriate to say that Akhikesh Yadav has got into a suicidal mode following the successful coronation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. His Uttar Pradesh is fast descending into lawlessness and people are made to suffer for no apparent fault of theirs.

    Before the 16th Lok Sabha election, the Akhilesh Yadav-led Government gained notoriety for regular communal clashes. The violence in Muzaffarnagar and its inept handling left no one in doubt about the kind of crisis management skills of Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav. After scores of innocents who lost their lives in communal clashes in Uttar Pradesh before the general election, ideally Akhilesh Yadav should have stepped down on moral grounds from his cushioned chair of Chief Minister. But he continued to look the other way around when Muzaffarnagar was burning.

    Now, the people of Uttar Pradesh are unfortunately made to pay the price for the Samajwadi Party’s no show in the 16th Lok Sabha election. Akhikesh Yadav’s Uttar Pradesh has grabbed attention by recent episodes of tragic cases of gangrape of two sisters and subsequent hanging of the victims from a tree in Badaun. The gruesome visuals of those two hapless victims hanging is going to haunt the collective conscience of India for months to come.

    The Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav is yet to show any remorse for the most tragic fates – the poor victims have met with under his watch. On the contrary, he crossed limits by putting a counter question to a scribe asking him tough questions on the lawless situation in Uttar Pradesh. Akhikesh Yadav’s question, “It is not as if you’ve faced any danger?” has shown that he is not cut out for the job he is currently holding. He has been caught unawares of his responsibilities as the Chief Minister of India’s largest State.

    Not only the journalists doing their duties have earned the wrath of Akhilesh Yadav but the Opposition BJP that tried to protest against his Government in a peaceful manner was also not spared. The Uttar Pradesh Police came down heavily upon the BJP workers by subjecting them to the use of water canons to disperse them who had gathered outside Chief Minister’s office to hold protest.

    Akhilesh Yadav cannot provide good governance. He has failed to ensure round-the-clock electricity to his State. Under his watch, the communal tension in the State has gone up all time high. He has failed to initiate any measures for the safety and security of women. When all is not well in Uttar Pradesh, he pretends that there is nothing wrong in his State.

    When he is questioned by media, he loses his cool and gets personal which does not suit the Chief Ministerial post he holds. When BJP protests against the shenanigans of the Samajwadi Party-led Government in Uttar Pradesh, the party workers are made to suffer the police atrocities. This suggests that Akhilesh Yadav has proved his incapabilities as Chief Minister. In his regime, the common man and woman are living under the shadow of constant fear. The anger against his Government is rising.

    If he has an iota of conscience, he should immediately resign on moral grounds before his party gets completely wiped out in the next Assembly election.
     
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