A Gondwana Gantantra Party worker, who was in jail after a violent clash with police in Umaria, was referred to Jabalpur Medical College after his health deteriorated. Where he died.
Publication date: Sun 19 Nov 2023 17:57 (IST)
Date Updated: Sun 19 Nov 2023 17:57 (IST)
- Gongpa activist jailed after violent confrontation with police
- Death of Dayaram admitted to medical college in Jabalpur
- Dayaram was arrested from his village
Naiduniya representative, Umaria. Dayaram’s father, Sukhlal Singh Gond, aged 62, resident (Hirauli-Manpur), accused in the violent clash between the Gondwana Gantantra Party and the police on September 26, died during treatment at the Jabalpur Medical College on Sunday morning. The accused has been lodged in Umaria District Jail since the violent encounter and after his health condition deteriorated, he was referred to Jabalpur Medical College.
During the election, Dayaram was said to have died and was kept on a ventilator at a hospital in Jabalpur. However, at that time SP Nivedita Naidu made it clear that Dayaram was alive and undergoing treatment in Jabalpur jail. Jail Superintendent DS Saras also confirmed that Dayaram is alive. However, now Dayaram is no more in this world. Dayaram was an elderly resident of Hirouli village in Manpur district.
Dayaram is an ordinary resident of Hirouli village, but he was arrested by the police in September as an accomplice to the riot and attempted murder by Gondwana Gantantra Party workers. Dayaram was transferred to Jabalpur Jail on October 31 so that he could get better treatment in Jabalpur.
Dayaram was arrested from his village. In this case, his family members said that Dayaram did not go to Umaria to participate in Gongpa’s movement. Dayaram’s family members also allege that Dayaram was severely beaten in prison, as a result of which many of his ribs were broken. While Superintendent of Police Nivedita Naidu and Superintendent of Jails DS Saras said that Dayaram had a heart problem due to which he was first admitted to the district hospital and later referred to Jabalpur Jail for better treatment.