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By | April 20, 2024



Accident – Death – Obituary News : : 1. Daughter murder news
2. Man kills daughter Patna

A 38-year-old drug addict in Patna brutally thrashed his two daughters and son with a rod, leading to the death of one of the minor daughters. The incident took place in Muzaffarpur district. The deceased was identified as Kriti Kumari (7), while her brother, Ayushman Kumar, sustained severe injuries. The accused, Abhishek Kumar, was arrested by the police. The man beat up his children upon returning home early in the morning. The police sent the body for postmortem and collected evidence. Abhishek has five kids, three of whom lived with him, while two lived with his wife in Sitamarhi.

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Patna: A 38-year-old drug addict brutally thrashed his two daughters and a son with a rod over some dispute, resulting in the death of one of the minor daughters at Pana Chhapra village under Motipur police station area in Muzaffarpur district in the wee hours of Saturday. The deceased was identified as Kriti Kumari (7), while her five-year-old brother, Ayushman Kumar, has been admitted to the hospital with severe injuries.

The police have arrested the accused, Abhishek Kumar, son of Shrinarayan Singh, when he returned home in the afternoon and sent to jail. “The man beat up her three children when he reached home early on Saturday. One girl, aged seven, succumbed to her injuries, while the other managed to escape the attack and informed her grandfather (nana), who lives on the outskirts of the village. The police sent the body to Shree Krishna Medical College and Hospital (SKMCH) for the postmortem. A forensic science lab (FSL) team reached the spot and collected evidence,” said SSP Rakesh Kumar.

RK Pandey, inspector-cum-SHO of Motipur police station, said Abhishek had five kids. Three used to live with him and two kids, including a three-year-old son and a daughter, aged 12, live with his wife Anjali Devi in Sitamarhi.


This horrific incident has shocked the community and raised concerns about the safety of children in the area. Many residents expressed their outrage and called for stricter punishment for perpetrators of such heinous crimes.

In response to the incident, local authorities have urged residents to be vigilant and report any suspicious behavior to the police. They have also assured the community that they are taking the necessary steps to ensure the safety and well-being of all residents, especially children.

Meanwhile, in a heartwarming incident, 111-year-old C Kuppachi, the oldest voter in Kasaragod, cast her vote at home under Kanhangad assembly. She was honored by the district collector for exercising her democratic right despite her age. This serves as a reminder of the importance of civic participation and the power of every individual’s voice in shaping the future of their community.

As the investigation into the tragic incident in Pana Chhapra village continues, the authorities are working diligently to bring justice to the victims and their families. It is crucial for the community to come together to support those affected by this senseless act of violence and to work towards creating a safer environment for all residents, especially vulnerable children.