Patna: Seven escape from Danapur court docket on denial of bail | Patna Information

Patna: Seven escape from Danapur court on denial of bail | Patna News - Times of India

PATNA: Seven individuals escaped from Danapur sub-divisional court docket premises in Patna on Tuesday after their bail purposes had been rejected. They’d surrendered earlier than the ACJM-III court docket in a case registered after scuffle over the electrocution of three buffaloes at Sigori village close to Paliganj in western Patna.
These escaped had been Sonu Yadav, his brothers Lallu Yadav, Siddhnath Yadav and Upendra Yadav and Siddhnath’s three sons Chandan Kumar, Mukul Kumar and Rajkumar Yadav. The court docket, by means of digital listening to, had rejected their bail petitions and remanded them in judicial custody.
An FIR was lodged by court docket clerk Arvind Kumar with the Danapur police station in opposition to the seven individuals.
Danapur police station SHO Ajeet Kumar Saha mentioned he had by no means heard of anybody escaping from the court docket after surrendering and welcoming one other case. “Police have come to know that each one the seven had been overconfident about getting bail within the case. Once they had been denied bail, somebody advised them to flee as an alternative of going to jail. Then they sneaked out and escaped from the court docket,” he mentioned, including an FIR has been registered and raids had been on to nab them.
Altogether 9 individuals, together with the seven who escaped, had been named accused in two FIRs lodged with Sigori police station on Could 29.
Sigori police station SHO (in-charge) Subodh Thakur mentioned one Shyamdev Singh of Narauli Mathia village had lodged an FIR in opposition to them for scuffle and thrashing. “Earlier than him, Kapildev Yadav had lodged an FIR in opposition to 4 individuals from Singh’s facet with comparable allegations,” he mentioned.
The SHO mentioned bother had began after two buffaloes of Sacchu Yadav and considered one of Vikash Yadav died on account of electrocution after a high-voltage wire broke down on them on Could 28 evening. “Each side picked up a combat. None had been arrested but in reference to the 2 FIRs,” he mentioned.
Thakur mentioned he obtained a name from a Danapur court docket workers that the seven accused within the case had escaped after surrendering and raids needs to be performed at their residences to arrest them. “Nevertheless, none had been discovered when police reached their homes,” he added.

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