- Controversy between uncle and nephew over firecrackers explosion
- uncle shot his nephew, young man wounded
- Police recovered the defendant’s licensed revolver
In Noida, Uttar Pradesh, there was a dispute over the setting off of firecrackers on Diwali. The dispute escalated so much that the uncle shot the nephew with his licensed revolver. Later, the wounded man was admitted to the hospital by the police. At the same time, the defendant Rajbir has been arrested and sent to jail. The police also recovered the used revolver.
The case is from Garhi Chaukhandi from the Phase 3 area of the Noida Police Station. Here on Diwali night, there was a dispute between uncle and nephew over the setting off of firecrackers. After this, members of the Vineet family brought sticks and sticks. Rajbir is Vineet’s maternal uncle in the relationship. The controversy escalated to such an extent that Rajbir shot Vineet.
Fireworks in Delhi-NCR
There is a total ban on firecrackers in the capital Delhi. Due to the very low level of the Air Quality Index (AQI) here, the government did not even allow the sale and operation of green firecrackers. At the same time, firecrackers were also banned in the Haryana districts adjoining Delhi. Despite this, there were many fireworks at Delhi NCR.
Due to the fireworks, the AQI level reached 999 in most of the Delhi and NCR areas. The AQI level reached 999 at India Gate, Jawaharlal Nehru, Srinivas Puri in Delhi and at all stations in Noida and Ghaziabad. The PM 2.5 concentration at the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium at 6 am was 1164 µg / cubic m. It was about 20 times worse than the normal cube of 60 µg / m.