His trip to the national capital began on Sunday afternoon, when like any ordinary citizen, he purchased an 'unreserved' ticket from the booking counter of Jhinjhak railway station in Kanpur Dehat and boarded the general compartment of Mahananda Express to reach Kanpur Central to catch Shramshakti Express to witness the swearing-in ceremony of his brother Ram Nath Kovind on July 25.Pyare Lal and seven other members of the family, including sister-in-law Vidhyawati , nieces Kamlesh and Hemlata...
KANPUR: Bharatiya Janata Party MLA from Sikandara in Kanpur Dehat district Mathura Prasad Pal (72) passed away after prolonged illness early on Saturday morning.As per family sources, he breathed his last at around 5 am near Mathura while he was being taken to Medanta hospital in Gurugram.His body was later taken to his native village Maidu Taharpur, where Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath flew down from state capital to pay his tributes.
KANPUR: Miscreants looted a bank in Jalaun district on Friday morning after hurling crude bombs and decamped with cash to the tune of Rs 3.5 lakhs.The police claimed that the brazen dacoity was executed in just two minutes. "Going by the CCTV footage procured from the bank, the robbers had entered the bank at 11.04 am and after committing the robbery came out at 11.06.
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