A village sarpanch and his supporters allegedly beat up toll plaza staff and vandalised the booth when they were asked to pay toll fee.A case was registered on Saturday against Pench Ki Bawdi sarpanch Babulal Meena and his supporters under relevant sections of IPC, DSP Ramesh Meena said.According to police, the accused refused to pay toll tax at the Kishorepura toll plaza on NH 52 Kota-Jaipur highway for their trucks and attacked the employees yesterday when they asked for the fees. They also vandalised the toll booth and robbed them off Rs 65000.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Two employees, Sheir Singh and Jitendra Yadav, sustained injuries in the attack and are currently undergoing medical treatment at the district government hospital, police said. The sarpanch and his supporters attacked with sticks and iron rods and beat up the employees, toll plaza manager Ajeet Singh claimed.Police teams rushed to the spot and brought the situation under control. No arrests have been made so far Meena said.
Two minors were detained on Saturday in connection with the alleged murder of a 19-year-old boy by a group of students in a student mess here, police said. “The two minors involved in the murder have been detained whereas the other accused are still at large and efforts are on to nab them,” Mahaveernagar police station circle incharge Kaluram Verma said. The duo would be produced before the Child Welfare Committee (CWC), he said. <!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Satyarth alias Satya Prakesh, a resident of Nabada district in Bihar was attacked by nearly 20-25 students while he was having dinner in a mess. Satyarth died on the spot while another coaching student from Bihar Sandeep Kumar (18), also sustained knife wounds in the attack. Those detained are taking coaching in institutes here, Verrma said. The body of Satyarth meanwhile was handed over to his family after post-mortem and his last rites were carried out in Kishorepura cremation ground, he said. The family members accused the coaching centres of being careless and irresponsible. “They did not even inform us of the tragedy and were continuously making calls for fees. Kota is now no longer a safe place for the coaching students,” one of Satyarth’s relatives said. Yesterday, Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Prasad Yadav expressed concern over the incident. In a letter to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, he requested her to take cognisance of the incident and make sure that the culprits are nabbed soon.