The bull tore the stomach of the farmer guarding the farm in Barabanki, referred to Lucknow

Jitendra Kumar Maurya, Barabanki: A stray bull attacked and seriously injured a farmer guarding his field in Barabanki district of Uttar Pradesh. The family members have admitted the seriously injured farmer to a private hospital in Lucknow. Doctors have put 14 stitches on the young man when his stomach was torn by the horn. According to the information, 25-year-old farmer Abhishek Mishra Somavar, resident of Mohammadpur village of Loni Katra police station area, was guarding the mustard crop planted in his field late in the evening. Meanwhile, a stray bull attacked.

Torn the stomach by penetrating the horn

According to the villagers, when Abhishek Mishra protested while the bull was entering the field, he became aggressive and attacked from the front, due to which the horn of the bull directly entered Abhishek’s stomach. On the sound of shouting, the nearby villagers gathered and after informing the relatives, hurriedly brought the CHC to Trivediganj in a critical condition. Seeing the serious condition, the doctors referred him to Lucknow trauma.


According to eyewitness Pankaj Singh, at around 7 pm on Monday evening, Abhishek was in the field to guard the crop and started stopping the bull going towards his field with a stick. When the stick broke, the bull overturned and attacked again and inserted its horn into the stomach. Abhishek, who was suffering in the field, was hurriedly admitted from the government hospital to a private hospital in Lucknow. Where doctors have put 14 stitches in Abhishek’s stomach. Stray bulls have been creating terror in the area for several months and have attacked people. Complaints about this have been lodged with the block officers as well as on the Chief Minister’s portal, but a false report is put by the Panchayat Secretary that there is not even a single animal, due to which no action is taken and the matter remains in cold storage.

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