DelhiDesk A farmer was shot dead in Rupauli village of Purnia district in Bihar for not paying extortion money. The incident has caused a stir in the area, and the family members of the deceased are demanding the arrest of the accused. The farmer, identified as Rajesh Yadav, was shot twice by five armed youths who demanded Rs 15,000 as extortion money before he was killed. The police is currently investigating the matter.
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👉 The case of extortion is continuously coming to the fore in Bihar.
👉 Criminals who have become fearless for not paying extortion money are killing people.
👉 A farmer was shot dead in the field in Rupauli village of Purnia district for not paying extortion money.
👉 There has been a stir in the area due to this incident, with family members in bad condition by crying and relatives demanding the arrest of the accused.
👉 The police is investigating the whole matter.
👉 The deceased farmer has been identified as Rajesh Yadav, a resident of Bairiya village of Tikapatti police station.
👉 5 armed youths came and threatened Rajesh Yadav before extorting Rs 15,000 from him and shooting him twice.
👉 The farmer died while being taken to the hospital.
👉 Relatives are demanding the arrest of the accused.