SITAPUR: A 68-year-old retired college teacher was stabbed to death outside a temple in his own village at Sitapur district, sparking sharp criticism by the Samajwadi Party within the law and order Uttar Pradesh.
The episode happened on Friday evening in Sonaran Tola village below Maholi Police Station along with the deceased was identified as Kamlesh Mishra, authorities said on Saturday.
two guys — Mukesh Shukla and Praveen Shukla — the identical village have been detained and their interrogation is happening, Sitapur Superintendent of Police R P Singh stated.
“Kamlesh Mishra had gone to give prayers in a temple out his village around the September 11 day, but didn’t return home until midnight,” he explained.
Mishra was afterwards discovered seriously injured beyond the temple with his family and listened to injuries while being taken to the hospital,” he explained.
Authorities said Mishra was discovered with injures out of a sharp-edged weapon.
Analysis teams are constituted and a stunt is on, the SP said.
The Samajwadi Party criticised the state government over law and order in the nation.
“Jungleraj at Uttar Pradesh. A retired educator, Kamlesh Mishra, who’d gone to give prayers at a temple at Sitapur, was discovered stabbed to death. Extremely saddening. Condolence to the bereaved family,” stated Samajwadi Partry at a tweet from Hindi
“The natives ought to be detained and punished. The aggrieved family ought to get justice. The CM and the DGP of all UP should resign,” it added.