Allahabad HC judges critically after an attack with a bull
LUCKNOW: A Senior Judge Van Was Critically Injured After A Bull Thrown Him On His Two-Wheeler In Gomtinagar On Sunday, The Seventh Similar Attack In Two Months Begged For Urgent Measures To Take Out Runaway Animals From The City Veins.
According To The Police, Justice Rajendra Kumar, A Resident Of Betwa Apartment In Gomtinagar, Was On His Way To A Salon Around 11 Am When He Was Attacked.
“Near Gate 7 of Park, the bull hit the Judge ’s two-wheeler. He lost control and fell on the road, receiving serious head injuries,” said Gomtinagar station house officer RS Sonkar.
Passers-by Informed The Police And Called An Ambulance. He Is Currently Admitted To The Intensive Care Department Of.
SHO Sonkar said a complaint had been lodged by Ashutosh Kumar Singh, the protocol officer of the Judge . “On the basis of the complaint, we have registered a case of negligence against unidentified persons,” he added.
On April 23, A City Trader Died From Injuries Sustained In A Stray Bull Attack Near SGPGI In Vrindavan Yojana.
When Hearing A Case, The Lucknow Bank Of The Supreme Court Of Allahabad Had Also Brought Lucknow Municipal Corporation Because Of The Sloppy Beef Management In The City. The Court Had Asked The Civil Authorities To Come Up With A Concrete Plan To End The Lost Bovine Threat.
In January, The State Government Also Ordered The LMC To Free The Problem Of The Lost Cattle Within 100 Days. The Deadline Has Long Since Passed, But Local Residents Say That Nothing Has Changed.
Manish Agnihotri, Owner Of A Studio Near Gomtinagar, Said Cows, Bulls, And Dogs Provide Every Day Without Provocation. Toe.