These are the top stories from the northern region at 5.50 pm
BULANDSHAHR DEL40 UP-3RD LD VIOLENCE
Bulandshahr (UP): Police arrested four people on Tuesday and were hunting for a Bajrang Dal activist in connection with mob violence in Bulandshahr that left an inspector and a passerby dead, as angry families demanded action amid criticism of the UP chief minister and suggestions of conspiracies.
BULANDSHAHR DEL32 UP-VIOLENCE-VILLAGE
Bulandshahr (UP): A day after a mob torched the local police post and shot dead an inspector, a haunting silence prevailed in Chingrawathi village here.
NEWDELHI DEL42 DL-AMNESTY-UP-VIOLENCE
New Delhi: A human rights watchdog Tuesday condemned the killing of a police inspector in Bulandshahr, triggered allegedly over cow slaughter, saying a "culture of fear, hatred and impunity has spread across Uttar Pradesh".
CHANDIGARH LGD17 PB-HC-JAGIR KAUR
Chandigarh: Akali leader Bibi Jagir Kaur was on Tuesday acquitted by the Punjab and Haryana High Court in the case of forcible abortion and abduction of her daughter, who had died under mysterious circumstances in April 2000.
LUCKNOW DES8 UP-BJP MP-HANUMAN
Lucknow: Bahraich BJP MP Savitri Bai Phule Tuesday claimed that Lord Hanuman was "a Dalit and a slave of 'manuwadi' people", joining a row which erupted over UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's statement that the deity was a Dalit.
HANUMANGARH ELX14 RJ-LD PM
Hanumangarh: Stepping up his attack against the Congress, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday alleged that Kartarpur went to Pakistan at the time of independence because the party's leaders of that time had no vision and they did not respect the Sikh sentiments.
JAMMU DES11 JK-BANK-GOVERNOR
Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik Tuesday allayed fears of J&K bank employees and said safeguarding the autonomy and operational independence of the institution would remain the key objective of the state administration.
SRINAGAR DES1 JK-POLL
Srinagar: Voting for seventh phase of the nine-phased panchayat polls began Tuesday at over 2,700 polling stations in Jammu and Kashmir, officials said.
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