Announcement of reward of Rs 5 lakh for soldiers injured in Gorakhnath temple attack, accused in judicial custody for 14 days

Gorakhpur | Gorakhnath temple attack: Ahmed Murtaza Abbasi, the accused who attacked the security personnel of Gorakhnath temple in Uttar Pradesh, has been sent to jail on judicial custody today. On Monday, the police produced the accused Murtaza in the court of ACJF First amid heavy security arrangements. After which the court ordered to send Murtaza to jail on 14 days judicial custody. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath visited Gorakhpur BRD Medical College and met policemen injured in the Gorakhnath temple attack.

attacked with a sharp weapon
Gorakhnath temple attack: Let us inform that, on Sunday evening, the accused Ahmed Murtaza, who came from Mumbai in the Gorakhnath temple, forcibly entered and attacked two PAC personnel with a sharp weapon. After which other security personnel caught him with great difficulty and took the injured soldiers to the hospital. On Monday, Yogi Adityanath reached the Gorakhnath temple in Gorakhpur and visited the spot.

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Investigation handed over to ATS
ATS and STF are jointly investigating the Gorakhnath temple attack. It is being examined from every angle. This case is also being seen as a terrorist attack. After which its investigation has been handed over to the ATS. The family of accused Murtaza is also being questioned in connection with this incident.

Announcement of Rs 5 lakh reward for soldiers injured in Gorakhnath temple attack
Gorakhnath temple attack: UP CM Yogi Adityanath has announced a reward of Rs 5 lakh for the soldiers injured in the attack. Giving information in this regard, Avneesh Awasthi said that both these soldiers showed bravery and prevented a major attack. In such a situation, CM Yogi has announced a reward of five lakh rupees to the injured soldiers.

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