Samajwadi party MLA Radhey Shyam Jaiswals two sons have been booked for firing and injuring a 25-year-old in Sitapur Tuesday.
The police said the incident took place over a dispute of land located at Dhanipur village under Kotwali police station in Sitapur.
Krishna Pal suffered bullet injuries on his leg and has been referred to Lucknow by doctors of the Sitapur district hospital. No one has been arrested.
On the complaint of Krishna Pals father Ram Ratan Yadav,an FIR has been lodged against Radhey Shyams two sons Sachin and Shailendra.
Circle Officer,Sitapur,Akhilesh Kumar Chaurasia said Sachin has registered a cross-FIR against Krishna Pal and his brother Mulayam alleging that they had fired on him.
The police said Sachin claimed to have purchased the land from one Radha. On the other hand,Radhas relative Ram Ratan Yadav claims its ownership.
Chaurasia added on Tuesday afternoon,an employee of the MLA went to the field for farming. Hearing about it,Krishna Pal and Mulayam reached the field and threatened the employee. The employee informed Sachin and Shailendra,who rushed to the field. Arguments took place,which led to the firing. Radhey Shyam is MLA from Sitapur.
Rae Bareli: FIR against sons of SP MLA for demolition
An SP MLAs three sons have been booked for demolishing an under-construction building on the land of a government doctor in Rae Barelis Kotwali area Saturday.
Dr Mohammad Nasir,who joined as Additional Chief Medical Officer in Rae Bareli Tuesday,has alleged that the accused sons of MLA from Bahraich Ram Lal Akela demolished the under-construction building when he refused to give them money that they demanded to allow the construction.
The MLAs sons named in FIR are Ranjeet Akela,Sonu Akela and Vikrant Akela. The FIR also names three aides,Mukesh,Sanjay,Tufail Waris Khand,and around 25 unidentified persons.
Vikrant claimed the land belonged to Khan and Dr Nasir was wrongfully laying claim to it.
I made an agreement to buy the land from Khan around 10 days ago. I paid him Rs 50,000 in advance, said Vikrant.
He said following Khans petition,a court had stayed construction on the land. Sub-Divisional Magistrate Amarpal Singh said the stay had been pending since 2011. I warned Dr Nasir recently after coming to know he was constructing a building on the land, said Singh.
Dr Nasir said: I have come to know he had filed a petition but I have no knowledge on which ground. There is no stay order on the land.