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Jaish-e-Mohammad’s ‘commander’ Noor Tantray killed in Pulawama wanted to join BJP in 2003 to eliminate top brass

Noor Mohammad Tantray, the ‘midget’ terrorist killed in Pulwama encounter on Tuesday, wanted to join the BJP to eliminate its top leaders way back in 2003.Also known as Peer Baba, the four-feet-tall Kashmir chief of Jaish-e-Mohammad even went to the BJP headquarters at 11 Ashoka Raod in New Delhi. He managed to get a form to get himself registered as an active member, snoop on the leaders and attack them, a plan that never materialised. Before he could have succeed in his conspiracy, the Anti-Terror Unit of Delhi Police’s Special Cell, then headed by Deputy Commissioner of Police Ashok Chand nabbed him and his associates from Delhi with huge cache of arms and ammunition.Tantray also went by the name Gulzar Ahmed Bhat or Uwais was a resident of Darganjgund in Pulwama’s Tral area and was arrested in Delhi in August, 2003.“Tantray was a member of JeM, a terrorist organisation banned under Prevention of Terrorism Act, 2002 and was arrested for entering into a criminal conspiracy with four others (Rashid, Mohd Sahid, Habeeb and Khurshid Ahmed Butt, all said four others having since been killed in different encounters with security forces), to commit terrorist acts and wage war against India,” Chand told DNA.He was convicted in 2011 for life. He was languishing in Tihar Jail and was out on a parole since 2015 and thereafter started reviving the JeM in south and central Kashmir.In 2003, on August 29, the Special Cell received an intelligence inputs about Jaish terrorists being engaged in supply of arms, ammunition and explosive material transported in wooden boxes of fruits and vegetables by trucks from Kashmir to Delhi. The vehicles were also used to take back Hawala money from Delhi to Kashmir for being used for terrorist activities.On a specific information about a truck bearing registration number “153” of Jammu and Kashmir having reached Delhi with certain quantity of arms, ammunitions and explosives, efforts were made through a team headed by then Sub Inspector Govind Sharma, who is now Assistant Commissioner of Police, to locate the vehicle.It was learnt that truck bearing number JK-03-0153 had actually entered the fruit market in Delhi’s Azadpur at 10:55 pm on August 28, 2003. Since the truck could not be located in the market, extensive search was launched in surrounding areas. On August 30, 2003, at about 2.00 pm, then Sub Inspector Umesh Barthwal is said to have located the said truck parked in Qutub Road parking lot. A police officers comprising, amongst others, of then Inspector Hriday Bhushan was deployed to keep a watch over the truck in secrecy.At about 7.45 pm a short statured person later identified as accused Noor Mohd Tantray was seen approaching the truck and having a talk with the driver who was later identified as accused Parvez Ahmed Mir and cleaner later identified as accused Farooz Ahmed respectively of the truck.Tantray along with other two boarded the truck, thereafter three wooden boxes kept in the tool box were taken out. All three were nabbed and the three wooden boxes unloaded from the truck were opened and checked and beneath the fruit, 10 hand grenades, 10 grenades shells and one under barrel grenade launcher were recovered.Tantray during interrogation revealed that the consignment of explosives was to be delivered by his associates Zahoor in Pakistan and Aslam of Sikandrabad in UP, who were to meet him in front of Indraprastha Park on outer ring road in Nizamuddin. A team of police personnel at 9.15 pm in private cars and reached the park near and about 10.45 pm, a Maruti car bearing registration no. DL3C N8749 came from the side of Nizamuddin flyover and stopped.From the said car, two persons allegedly alighted and stood nearby and challenged by the police and when asked to surrender but instead of compliance the said they started firing at the police. The police returned the fire in the course of which both the said persons came to be injured and later scummed to injuries.In Delhi, Tantray had made his in house no A-44 at Mohindra Park in Azadpur as the base to carry out terror attacks. During search of his place, police recovered computer with its accessories, stereo cassette players, sets of Nokia, 10 channel cordless telephones, cash, Hawala money in the sum of Rs 19.20 lakh and certain incrementing documents. Sources said that these documents contained a form for BJP membership.The police team lead by ACP Rajbir Singh, who has since died, had then nabbed the accused under supervision of then DCP Ashok Chand. Chand retired from Delhi Police as Joint Commissioner in 2015.

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CRPF hails amnesty scheme for stone-pelters

Giving a thumbs up to the amnesty scheme for first-time stone-pelters, Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) on Saturday said that the large-hearted approach will help to encourage more people to shun the path of violenceLast month, the Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti announced a major amnesty scheme and ordered the withdrawal of cases against 4,327 youth involved in 744 incidents of stone pelting and other law and order problems.”The amnesty given to first-time stone pelters is a good step. It will encourage people to shun the path of violence. These people should now take advantage of the large-hearted approach (of the government) and channelise their energy in a positive way”, said Ravideep Sahi, Inspector General of CRPF Srinagar.Most of the stone pelters, who were granted amnesty, were involved in the cases of 2016 unrest. More than 90 people have been killed and over 13000 people injured in the unrest, which began after the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen poster boy Burhan Wani on July 8, 2016. Over 1,100 people, mostly teenagers, have suffered injuries in their eyes in incidents where security forces fired pellet munitions to quell the mobs across Kashmir.Officially, the state government said only 76 people including two cops, have died in the summer unrest. More than 4,113 policemen got injured in the four months of unrest last year. Around 2,371 law and order incidents were reported since the killing of Burhan Wani on July 8, 2016, till November 2016.Meanwhile, the homecoming policy of the security forces for the local militants has yielded positive results. “We have got successes and many people have left violence. It is an opportunity for the youth to rectify their mistakes and rejoin the mainstream”, said Sahi.

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Man held at IGIA with gold worth Rs 45 lakh

A passenger trying to smuggle in gold by hiding it in a metal strip in his trolley bag was held by the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) on Tuesday. The man had arrived from Dubai and was travelling to Bangkok.According to senior officers, the passenger was carrying nearly 1.5 kg gold, worth Rs 45 lakh, concealed in his hand baggage. “At 5.15 am, during the pre-embarkation security check at the International Transfer Security Hold Area of IGIA, assistant sub-inspector Biman Biswas noticed a suspicious image in the hand baggage of a passenger, while conducting an X-Ray screening. The passenger was identified as Abdul Nizar, an Indian who had arrived from Dubai by flight AI 996 almost an hour ago and was scheduled to travel to Bangkok by the Air India flight AI-332 the same day,” said Hemendra Singh, AIG and PRO, CISF.The passenger was then asked to open the bag for physical checking. Sub-Inspector Santosh Kumar Saha of CISF then recovered three packets of saffron, weighing nearly 3 kg and also an extra strip affixed on the inner border of the baggage.”The extra strip was affixed by a screwdriver and wrapped with black cello tape for concealment. It was also noticed that the strip was coated with mercury to avoid detection during screening. During interrogation, the passenger revealed that the extra strip had gold weighing about 1.5 kg,” Singh said.

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Jaipur: Experts to unveil cop’s murder case

The police has arrested three people Tejaram, Vidhya Devi, Sugna Devi but the absconding Nathuram Jat accused in the case of the shooting police inspector S Periapandian of Maduravoyal police station in Chennai on a lime kiln located in Ramawas village of Jaitaran, Here, the FSL team and the Ballistic expert reached the spot and examined the crime scene. The team investigated that if Nathuram Jat snatched the revolver of the police inspector intentionally shot him or accidentally fired on Periapandian. It is worth mentioning that the service revolver of Inspector Periapandian and the other CI PM Munishekhar’s service revolver was handed to the state forensic laboratory yesterday.The Chennai team previously told that Periapandian was killed by Nathuram but the Pali Police had feared that Periapandian was shot due to the team’s mistake. The Joint Commissioner of Chennai police, Santosh Kumar, also reached Jaitran. He got full details of the incident from Jaitaran CI Virendra Singh and CI PM Munishekhar of Chennai Police. Pali Superintendent of Police Deepak Bhargava told that The scientific investigation of the firing during the capture of the accused and the death of Chennai Police Inspector Periapandian has started. The Pali Police has handed over the arms of both inspectors to State Forensic Laboratory so that it can be ascertained as to what pistol the bullet was from and from how much distance it was fired.Forensic and Ballistic Expert also started the investigation this morning.Three police teams were mobilized under the leadership of police officers Jatran, Anandpur Kalu and Ras Thanprabhari is in search of the accused. The teams have searched hotels and highway motels near Jaitaran. The accused reportedly pulled out Pandi’s revolver from the holster and shot at him. Jat managed to get away. Search operationThe railway stations and bus stands of Beawer, Ajmer, Jaipur, and Pali were also searched. Jaipur Airport was also searched due to the possibility of escaping of the accused from the airplane to Chennai-Bangaluru.

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Cops use baton to curb agitators in Udaipur

Day after prohibitory orders were clamped in Udaipur and Rajsamand districts with threat of massive protests – particularly in Udaipur city – the orders did little to maintain law and order in the city. Massive protests occurred in the city resulting in clashes between cops and agitators. Stone pelting also occurred between the agitators and cops as the latter resorted to baton charging at the protestors several times. Interestingly, sources revealed that majority of the protesters were not from Udaipur but had landed in the city in the wake of the agitation.Since morning, people started gathering in the town hall ground and by afternoon the numbers had swelled substantially. People raising slogans for Shambhu Lal – the man who murdered Afrazul – reached the bus stand and then to Chetak circle.Since the administration had already imposed prohibitory orders, the police started dispersing the crowd. However, as the people tried to put a resistance, the cops retaliated and resorted to baton charge. The protestors even pelted stones at the cops. When the cops retaliated, the agitators ran away and tried to find a sanctuary in the houses but the alert cops found them and arrested them.However, the issue flared up after protesters entered the court premises. This resulted in a clash between cops and lawyers. The police took out a route march from Chetak circle to Court circle and the Inspector general and Superintendent of Police (SP) themselves took control.Meanwhile, the cops arrested at least 50 persons and additional forces were deployed to avoid any eventuality. Meanwhile, the ban on internet services was further extended for the next 24 hours. Four police officers were injured in the scuffle.Held in CityAfter the video of Updesh Rana, a native of UP, went viral wherein the man was seen giving support to murder accused Shambhu Lal while calling for a protest in Udaipur, the state police was on its toes in order to halt Rana’s advance towards Udaipur. Since his entry into Udaipur had been banned, the cops were on the lookout for the man and the Bagru police of Commissionerate detained and arrested the man. After his arrest, he was taken to police station wherein a magistrate ordered him to judicial custody. “The man has been put under judicial custody,” sources said.

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25-year-old event anchor found dead, family demads CBI probe

After a semi nude body of a 25-year-old event anchor was found dead on the second floor duct of the high rise building in Malad, the family members are suspecting foul play into the entire incident and have demanded that the incident must be probed by the Criminal Bureau of Investigations (CBI). The Malwani police have so far taken the statements of the friends of the deceased and a case of accidental death has been registered in this regard.According to police, Arpita Tiwari, is a resident of Mira road. Arpita on Sunday had visited her friend’s 15th floor residence at Manav Thal building at Malwani in Malad West. Tiwari works as an event host and anchors different events. Tiwari allegedly locked herself inside the washroom and jumped out from the window at around 3 am on Monday.Also readMumbai cop turns thief, walks away with ammunitionAt around 7 am, one of the friend woke up to answer nature’s call and found that the washroom was locked from inside and despite repeated knocks on the door went unanswered. Her friends later on using force opened the door and found glass of the washroom window being tampered. At around 7.30 am her friends found the body on the second floor’s duct. Later they informed the police about the incident.Also readNavi Mumbai suicide: Woman’s body not fit for donation, say copsThe sister of the victim on Wednesday claimed that Tiwari cannot end her life and it can be a case of murder. “The incident must be probed by the CBI and the culprits should be put behind bars”, Tiwar’s sister said. Dipak Phatangare, Senior Police Inspector, Malwani police station said, “So far a case of accidental death has been registered and we are investigating further. If we find any foul play into the incident. A case will be registered.”

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CRPF jawan opens fire on colleagues in Chhattisgarh camp; 4 killed, 1 injured

A Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) deployed in Maoist-hit Bijapur district of Chhattisgarh opened fire at his colleagues on Saturday, killing four and injuring another, officials said. Two sub-inspectors (SIs), identified as Vikey Sharma and Megh Singh, were among those killed. The fratricide was reported around 5 PM at a camp of the CRPF’s 168th battalion under Basaguda police station area of the Bijapur, Deputy Inspector General of Police (Dantewada range) Sundarraj P was quoted as saying by PTI in Raipur.According to preliminary information, constable Sanath Kumar allegedly opened fire with his service weapon, an AK 47 rifle, leaving four personnel dead on the spot and another injured, he said.Three of the four CRPF men killed in the fratricide were senior to Kumar. Besides two SIs, Assistant SI Rajveer Singh and constable Sankara Rao were also killed in the firing. Also readGadchiroli: CRPF jawan killed, two others injured in encounter with NaxalsASI Gajanand suffered injuries in the incident, the IPS officer said.The bodies and the injured ASI were evacuated from Basaguda to Bijapur at 6 PM. An MI17 helicopter was sent to airlift the injured and the bodies to Raipur, he added.Also read7 securitymen hurt in IED blast by Naxals along Chhattisgarh-Jharkhand borderOfficials said Kumar was soon overpowered and apprehended by other colleagues who were present in the camp. The jawans reportedly had a brawl before the fatal incident took place, they added.The officials did not elaborate on the reasons why the jawan opened.Also readJharkhand: 4 CRPF personnel injured in land mine attack laid by MaoistsThe CRPF is deployed for anti-Naxal operations in the state. (With PTI inputs)

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Love jihad wasn’t the motive, indicates Rajasthan police’s preliminary investigation into Md Afrazul’s death

Preliminary investigations have ruled out ‘love jihad’ behind the gruesome killing of a 48-year-old Muslim labourer in Rajasthan’s Rajsamand district, police said today.Mohammand Afrazul from West Bengal was hacked and burnt to death in Rajsamand by Shabhu Lal Raigar, who was seen ranting against ‘love jihad’ in a video that was shot and uploaded on the internet by his minor nephew.Raigar was today sent to three days in police custody and his nephew to a juvenile home by a court in Rajsamand even as West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee demanded “exemplary action” against him for killing Afrazul.The Bengal government has announced Rs 3 lakh and a job to the labourer’s family.”The accused, Shabhu Lal Raigar, said that he committed the crime over ‘love jihad’, but it has not been established so far that any such theory was behind the killing of the labourer,” Inspector General of Police, Udaipur, Anand Srivastava said.The police is interrogating Raigar to ascertain the motive, the officer said.”Nothing conclusive can be said at the moment, but preliminary investigation suggest that there was nothing like ‘love jihad’. However, the matter is being thoroughly probed on all angles to find out the motive,” Superintendent of Police Manoj Kumar said.Also readMamata announces Rs 3 lakh and job for kin of labourer killed in Rajasthan, accused gets three-day police custodyThe video of the gruesome incident went viral on social media on Wednesday and a day later Raigar was arrested and his nephew detained. He is seen raving against ‘love jihad’, a term used by sections of Hindu activists to describe marriages between Hindu women and Muslim men.”Raigar was produced in the court of chief judicial magistrate of Rajsamand. The magistrate remanded him in police custody for three days. He will be produced in the court on December 10 again,” SHO Rajnagar Ramsumer Meena said.Also read’I am a normal person,’ says accused in gruesome Rajasthan murder videoHis minor nephew was sent to a juvenile home by the court, he said.Meanwhile in Kolkata, Banerjee asked the West Bengal director general of police to speak to his Rajasthan counterpart and ensure security to nearly 3,500 labourers from West Bengal working in that state.”This is a very sad incident… Cannot even think of this. There must be strong and exemplary action against those responsible for the heinous crime,” Banerjee said.Senior TMC leaders, including ministers Firad Hakim and Suvendu Adhikary, and party MPs are slated to go to Malda district tomorrow to visit the labourer’s family, who have described Afrazul as their sole earning member and demanded strict action against Raigar.

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SIT arrests arms dealer in connection with Gauri Lankesh murder

In a big breakthrough in the journalist Gauri Lankesh murder case, Karnataka SIT has arrested a man who sold murder weapon to the suspected killer. According to India Today report, the person arrested is Tahir who supplied weapons to a man, suspected of killing the journalist. Karnataka Home Minister has been quoted as saying that Tahir who is an arms dealer was apprehended by the police. He gave weapons to a person called Sashidhar, who police believe is the main accused in this murder case. However, the state Home Minister said that they are looking for the ballistic report to come to have a conclusive link to connect the two accused with the Lankesh case. Police so far has released three sketches related to Gauri Lankesh’s murder case. Also readGauri Lankesh murder: Killers will 100% be caught in a few weeks, says Karnataka Home MinisterLast month, Karnataka Home Minister Ramalinga Reddy said that killers would be nabbed ‘100 per cent’ in a few weeks. The minister, however, clarified, “Weeks do not mean one or two weeks. It (the arrest of the killers) will happen in a matter of a few weeks. This will happen 100 per cent.” Reddy said whether Lankesh was killed by left-wing or right-wing extremists or was it due to “some other thinking” was “one issue”. Lankesh, known to be an anti-establishment voice with strident anti-right wing views, was shot dead at close range by unidentified assailants outside her residence here on the night of September 5. The Congress government in Karnataka, which constituted the SIT headed by Inspector General of Police (Intelligence) B K Singh, has also announced a reward of Rs 10 lakh for anyone providing clues about the perpetrators of the crime.Also readGauri Lankesh murder case: Two suspects identified, SIT releases sketchesWith PTI inputs

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22-year-old ‘stalker’ held for Insta posts

Thane city police on Tuesday night arrested a 22-year-old, Darsh Satra, for allegedly harassing and stalking a 19-year-old girl through multiple fake Instagram accounts. The accused created over 16 emails accounts and sent more than 400 emails to the victim.According to police, the spate of emails were sent from June 2016 to May 2017. Initially, a case was registered against unidentified persons, after which the police launched a probe and collected over 400 emails. Thane Police department, along with their cybercell, traced the mails to 21-year-old Ashutosh Gotpal, a resident of Nagpada in Mumbai and arrested him on June 18.Satra was arrested on Tuesday. As per the police, Gotpal and Satra are friends and college mates. “The motive was harassment through fake Instagram accounts and by posting defamatory posts mentioning the girl. She blocked many of the unidentified mail accounts, but they continued to harass her,” said Inspector Sanjay Dhumal of Naupada police station, adding, “We have arrested Satra under sections of the Information Technology Act, and he has been remanded to judicial custody.”
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Rajguru brother attack case: 5 held in Rajkot

Rajkot police late on Saturday arrested five persons in connection with assault on Congress Rajkot-2 Assembly constituency candidate Indranil Rajguru’s brother on Saturday night. Later, Rajguru had led a group to Chief Minister Vijay Rupani’s residence, who is contsting against him to protest against the incident, where police had to resort to lathi-charge to disperse the mob.Police arrested Indranil and 200 workers late night and they were released early morning on bail. Gandhigram Police Inspector HR Bhatur told mediapersons on Sunday, “Five persons have been arrested in connection with the attack and they are in police custody.”On Saturday evening, when Congress workers were trying to put hoarding of Rajguru near Brahma Samaj Varanda, some people stopped them. Rajguru’s brother rushed to the spot where Rajesh Dangar and his group were stopping the contractor. On his arrival, when Dangar came to know that he is Indranil’s younger brother, Rajesh and his accomplices attacked him. He suffered head and back injuries and was rushed to a private hospital. Dangar and his accomplices fled.Learning that his brother has been attacked, Indranil with supporters attempted to reach Rupani’s residence to protest against the attack.
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Maharashtra school allegedly expels teen after she files rape complaint, probe on

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 15-year-old girl in Maharashtra’s Latur district has alleged that she was raped by an Army jawan, and when she lodged a police case, she was expelled from her school.The district administration has ordered an inquiry into the incident.”Initial information suggests that the girl was not expelled by the school but was given the transfer certificate on her brother’s request,” Latur district collector G Shrikant told PTI.”I have called the headmaster of the school to find out details,” the IAS officer said. The district administration is investigating the allegations made against the school, he added.On July 19, the girl’s brother went to the school and asked for a transfer certificate and the school handed over the certificate to him the next day, an official said.The army man, who has not yet been arrested, allegedly raped the minor girl in April after promising to marry her, the official said.The girl has claimed that the school expelled her saying its reputation would be tarnished if she continued to study there.An offence of rape was registered in August and nine persons have been arrested in the case, Police Inspector Deepak Shinde of Devani Police Station said.Deputy SP of Nilanga G G Ranjankar said the girl and the army man are from the same ‘Laman’ community and the same locality.Meanwhile, the Maharashtra State Commission for Women chairperson Vijaya Rahatkar today asked Latur Superintendent of Police Shivaji Rathod to submit a ‘factual report’ in the case.

Go to Maharashtra Administrative Tribunal for leave: Bombay HC tells cop seeking sex-change op

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Bombay High Court refused on Monday to grant any immediate relief to a woman police constable seeking directions to the police department to grant her leave of one month to undergo a sexual reassignment surgery.A division bench of Justices SC Dharmadhikari and Bharati Dangre asked petitioner Lalita Salve, who calls herself Lalit, to approach the Maharashtra Administrative Tribunal (MAT) for relief. However, advocate Ejaz Naqvi argued that the plea was not related to service rules of policemen, but dealt with a larger issue of right to live life with dignity and, therefore, needed the court’s consideration.The court then posted the matter for further hearing on November 30.Salve approached the High Court after her leave application was denied by police authorities. According to Salve’s petition, the relief sought is based on medical examination in which ‘Y’ chromosomes were found, and thus, she wants to undergo the surgery to live a dignified life.The plea further claims that the government should bear the expenses for conducting the sex-change surgery and allow her to continue the job as a male constable. Lalita, who now calls herself Lalit, stated in the plea, “Sex reassigning as per her emotional inclination towards straight male is her natural right and in the heart of the fundamental right of the Constitution to live with dignity instead of being a transgender.”The petition also wants the court to quash and set aside a communication dated November 20 issued by the Inspector General (Aurangabad range), denying her a month’s leave to undergo the reassignment surgery. Salve also claims that the state government has not promulgated adequate policy about rescuing such distressed citizens with gender identity trauma. Sexual preferences are part and parcel of rights to privacy of an individual, which falls under the fundamental right to life and liberty as per Article 21 of the Constitution of India, the petition states.Salve joined the Maharashtra Police force in May 2010 as a constable and has been posted at Beed since then. In 2014, she underwent a medical test and claims that male genes were found. In 2016, she took a test at JJ Hospital which suggested that she have a sex change, Salve’s petition states.

Man, woman fall for ‘cheaper’ flats, lose Rs 2 cr

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>After paying nearly Rs 2 crore to purchase their dream homes, Kaushik Ashar and Priti Singh were shocked when officials from Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) told them that the provisional allotment letters that had been given to them were fake.The two are making rounds at the Amboli police station since 2016. So far, two first information reports against five accused have been registered. Three of them are behind bars, while two are out on bail. Ashar and Singh said they fell for the con after the accused promised them a flat at a cheaper rate in flats constructed by MMRDA for its staff in Vile Parle.In Singh’s case, the MMRDA has also given in writing to the accused and the police that the allotment letters issued to Singh is fake and were not issued by MMRDA. Singh had further in May 2017 had filed FIR with the Amboli Police station which arrested five accused. In case of Ashar, the Amboli police station on Thursday registered an FIR under several sections of Indian Penal Code (IPC) for forgery, cheating and creating fake documents.Speaking to DNA, Singh said, “I have paid around Rs 1.55 crore for purchasing six flats of Rs 25 lakh each. I paid the whole amount to the accused because one of the five accused worked with me in my office and told me that they have contacts with officers in MMRDA. However, even one year after paying the amount we had nothing except the provisional letter that turned out to be fake certificate when we checked with MMRDA.”Singh added, “The police later arrested five accused after filing FIR in May but have not filed charge-sheet even after completing 90 days of arrest due to which two accused have got bail. We fear other two will also get bail after their 90 days are completed and they will flee with our money.Ashar, whole filed FIR on Thursday, said, “I paid around 25 lakh because I came to know about it Priti Singh and I trusted her but later we came to know we both were duped when my lawyer checked about the documents with MMRDA.”Meanwhile, Bharat Gaikwad, Senior Police Inspector, Amboli police station, said, “I will not like to comment on part of the investigations in both the case. We will take action according to due process of law.”UPS Madan, Metropolitan Commissioner, MMRDA, told DNA, “We are also enquiring into one such complaint received on Thursday only. We will file a police case so that real culprits are brought to book.”MMRDA constructs various flats for project affected people (PAP) and its staff but general public are not eligible to buy or purchase flats in such apartments.

Open jail inmates can now video call their families

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In a first, state prison inmates can now keep in touch with their families, thanks to the efforts of the state prison department. Inmates can make video calls to their families. There are plans to cover other such correctional establishments in subsequent phases.”We have issued orders that it should start for open jails and women prisons… we will expand it to other facilities later,” said Bhushankumar Upadhyaya, additional director general of police (prisons).”At present, the facility has been made available in the open jails at Amravati and Nagpur where prisoners can make video calls using apps like WhatsApp to their relatives from handsets given to officials … it will also cover prisoners in women jails,” said Yogesh Desai, Deputy Inspector General (DIG), Eastern Region, Nagpur.He added that the phone numbers of relatives on which these inmates would call were verified by the local police. “They will be able to make phone calls once in 15 days. Earlier, they were allowed to make voice calls, and the facility has been enhanced to video calling,” said Desai.”The prisoners who are lodged in the open jails in Vidarbha are selected from correctional facilities across the state… this video calling facility will reduce the expenses of their relatives who have to travel to these prisons for long distances and give them the satisfaction of meeting their family members,” he explained.While convicts are allowed two visits from their relatives, they can make phone calls to their families once every fortnight. Undertrials can meet their relatives once a week.”We are also allowing undertrials to make these video calls at an experimental level. However, convicts are given preference,” said Desai.

Bihar: Special police unit for execution of liquor ban, crackdown on violations

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>With a view to improving the enforcement of total alcohol prohibition in Bihar, the state government has approved the creation of the post of Inspector General of Police (Prohibition), who will head a special unit to monitor the implementation and crackdown on liquor law violations in the state.The decision was taken at a meeting of a cabinet minister of the state, chaired by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday evening.Bihar had imposed a total ban on sale and consumption of liquor in the state on April 5, 2016. However, seizures of a huge amount of smuggled liquor make it to the headlines everyday. To keep a tab on these, the Bihar Police proposed the formation of a special unit, which would exclusively deal with these cases.The IG (Prohibition) will work with crime investigation department (CID) and an SP-rank officer of the department will be a part of his team.“The SP (OSD) will now be SP (Prohibition) and 68 other police department officials, of various ranks, will also be a part of the team,” an official said. According to sources, the unit will have a separate control room and will be free to take over cases related to prohibition, if it deems it fit for a probe.Nitish Kumar, who has been championing the agenda of prohibition, was irked at the recent hooch tragedies, which claimed at least six lives and had asked the cops to step up their action against liquor mafias in the state.

Maharashtra: Eight die after elevator falls in 200 feet deep tunnel

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> In a tragic incident, eight labourers working at an undercover tunnel for Bhima-Nira river linking project near Bhigwan in Pune district lost their lives after an elevator through which they were coming up, collapsed on Monday evening.According to Bhigwan police, construction of an underground tunnel was going on and labourers were working nearly 200 feet below the surface where the incident took place at around 6.30 pm on Monday.”After finishing the day’s work, these eight workers were coming up to the surface with the help of the elevator. However, the cable attached to the elevator tore mid-way and it collapsed in the tunnel and all eight labourers were killed on the spot,” said Police Sub Inspector B N Pawar of Bhigwan police station. According to police, most of the labourers working at the site are from other states. After the tragedy, the police are now trying to ascertain the identity of the deceased workers. The project is under the Krishna Bhima Stabilisation scheme,for construction of 24.8 Km long Nira-Bhima link -5 tunnel. The long-pending ambitious project aims to take water to water-scarce areas.

BMS paper leak: Police hunt culprits

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Amboli police probing the paper leak racket are on the lookout for three more agents who they suspect to be instrumental in the case of a Mumbai University third-year Bachelor of Management Studies question paper.The police suspect that the college technician, Vishal Bagul, who leaked the paper, has sent the question papers to few more agents. They have come across a suspicious email sent by Bagul. Apart from identifying three more agents involved in the racket, police have come across information that the accused has leaked nine papers in the past and has made lakhs of rupees by selling them.”Bagul would charge Rs 10,000 per paper and had started laying down the groundwork for the leak from Diwali. He has been working with the college since 2008, and was aware that the university sends a password to the college principal, and also the technical coordinator working at the institution who downloads the question papers two hours before the exam. The computer servers were linked, so he copied the saved papers from the folder and sent them to his mailbox, and later to the agents,” said a police officer.On Friday, a team led by police Inspector Daya Nayak had arrested ten persons, including a technician working at the college in Kandivli, and six students for allegedly leaking the question paper of the third-year Bachelor of Management Studies exam.THE CASEOn Thursday, an Andheri-based college registered a case at Amboli police station after a third-year BMS student was caught with a mobile phone inside the examination hall, and a leaked paper was found on her phone.

Gauri Lankesh murder: Killers will be caught 100 per cent in few weeks, says Karnataka minister

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The killers of senior journalist Gauri Lankesh, who was shot dead in an audacious attack here over two months ago, would “100 per cent” be nabbed in a few weeks, Karnataka Home Minister Ramalinga Reddy said on Saturday.He said the Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing the killing had clues about the assailants, but those could not be disclosed at the moment.”Who has done it…I am aware of it thanks to an update provided by the SIT. But I cannot disclose it now,” Reddy said at a meet-the-press programme organised by the Press Club of Bangalore and the Bangalore Reporters’ Guild here.”Gauri’s killers will 100 per cent be caught. This will happen in a few weeks,” he added.The minister, however, clarified, “Weeks do not mean one or two weeks. It (the arrest of the killers) will happen in a matter of a few weeks. This will happen 100 per cent.”Reddy said whether Lankesh was killed by left-wing or right-wing extremists or was it due to “some other thinking” was “one issue”.Lankesh, known to be an anti-establishment voice with strident anti-right wing views, was shot dead at close range by unidentified assailants outside her residence here on the night of September 5.The killing had led to a national outrage and protests by several groups over “rising intolerance” in the country and attempts to muzzle dissent, with the criticism targeted at the BJP-led central government and right-wing groups.Reddy had made similar claims about the SIT having gathered “some clues” in connection with the case earlier too.The Congress government in Karnataka, which constituted the SIT headed by Inspector General of Police (Intelligence) B K Singh, has also announced a reward of Rs 10 lakh for anyone providing clues about the perpetrators of the crime.As the killing gave way to a political slugfest, Lankesh’s family had made a plea not to give a political colour to it.They had said the investigators should look into all possible aspects of the case, as reports had emerged about a possible Naxal hand in the crime, besides the suspected involvement of right-wing extremists.

Malwani mishap: Tempo owner held from Malad

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Malwani police have arrested the tempo owner for allegedly causing the death of a 13-year-old girl and injuring other two school students at Malad. The driver of the tempo is on the run since the incident took place on Tuesday.On Tuesday Muskan Memon,13, died due to brain hemorrhage after a speeding tempo first rammed into a stationary autorcikshaw and later ran over the students. Neha Menali (13), Bhupendra Menali (9) and Kamal Menali (12) were also injured into the incident and now are in stable condition. According to police, Pawan Tiwari was arrested on Thursday from his residence. The tempo driver identified as Pappu Pandey fled from the spot after abandoning the tempo and is on the run.Laxman Shinde, Police Inspector, Malwani police station, said, “We arrested the tempo owner for causing death due to negligence and when produced in court he was granted bail. The driver will be arrested soon.”

Rajasthan ACB traps Andhra cops red-handed

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The state Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) has for long been nabbing khaki-clad men from Rajasthan. However, on Monday morning, the bureau sleuths conducted a rare trap, one where the arrested policemen are not from Rajasthan but part of the Andhra Pradesh police. Moreover, the men were nabbed with eighty thousand rupees cash, an amount which they took from a dacoity accused in lieu of removing his case from the case. The accused have been identified as Inspector R.V. R.K Choudhary, Sub Inspector S.K. Sharif, Sub-Inspector Gopal Rao and Constable S. Hariprasad.The arrest was made after meticulous planning by bureau sleuths and resulted on the trap of one Inspector, two sub-inspectors and one constable. “A dacoity had occurred in Vishakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh in which gold had been looted. Though the main accused was arrested, he confessed to the police that he had to pay around 1.20 lakh rupees to a person from whom he had taken a loan. This money was secured from selling gold from the dacoity.The person who got the money gave that 1.20 lakh to one Ramniwas – a native of Barna in Bilara tehsil of Jodhpur – who wanted to start a business with the money with a friend,” officials said.However, this became the bone of contention. “The four cops of Andhra Police approached Ramniwas and threatened him of his name being listed in the case. On November 3, they took Ramniwas with them and kept him with themselves. The man was threatened of being put behind bars in the case and to save himself he would have to cough up 1.40 lakh rupees. Ramniwas was let go for sometime on November 4 but not before they asked him to deposit twenty thousand rupees in an account for them,” said V K Singh, IG – ACB.The men however again pestered for easy money. “However, Ramniwas approached the ACB and registered a complaint. A bid to verify the same was initiated and on 5th November, the four cops took forty thousand rupees, thus verifying their demand while the remaining amount was to be handed on Monday,” the IG informed.“The men were staying at one Shiv Shakti hotel at Boranada in Jodhpur where they called Ramniwas with money. The man handed the money and signalled the team headed by deputy SP Jagdish Soni which immediately raided the place. The cash that was handed was recovered from between the bed and mattress while the cash handed during verification was also recovered. Thus, the men were arrested,” the official said.

Mumbai: Russian national molested in Borivali, case registered

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 25-year-old Russian national living in Borivali was allegedly molested on a street in the area on November 1, and the MHB police registered a case of molestation on November 4 against an unidentified person. The foreigner was on her way towards her residence in Borivali in an autorickshaw, and when she got out of the auto rickshaw, an unidentified man touched her inappropriately.According to police, the 25-year-old Russian woman got married recently and was residing in Mumbai and was on her way back home. As soon as the woman got down from the autorickshaw, a man came from behind and hugged her. The man allegedly touched her inappropriately and fled.”The woman raised an alarm and passer-byes tried to nab the accused, but he fled. The woman later approached us and filed the complaint,” said an MHB police officer.Kajal More, Assistant Police Inspector, MHB police station, said, “We have registered a case under section 354 (molestation) of the Indian Penal Code against unidentified person and are probing further.” is probing the case.

Cleaner held for molesting woman in express train

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 23-year-old railway cleaner was arrested by the Borivli Government Railway Police (GRP) for allegedly molesting a 31-year-old woman inside a Mumbai-bound Kutch Express near Viramgam railway station.According to GRP, the woman had visited Gandhidham in Gujarat for personal work when on Saturday at around 9.30 pm she boarded the general compartment of the train. When it neared Viramgam station, the accused — Bhanupratap Singh, a resident of Kanpur and a contractual cleaner with the railways — touched the woman inappropriately thrice.”The woman later alerted other commuters and they soon holed him up. The train reached Borivli at 1.20 am on Sunday and we arrested the accused after registering a formal complaint,” said a Borivli GRP officer.Abhang Rao, Senior Inspector, Borivli GRP, said, “We registered a case under sections 354 (molestation) of the Indian Penal Code and later transferred the case to Viramgam railway police and handed the accused to the Gujarat railway police.”

How many vehicles checked, asks Delhi High Court

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Delhi High Court on Tuesday sought information from the traffic police and the Delhi government’s transport department about the number of vehicles that have been checked and fines imposed for causing pollution since August. The court sought the data with regard to inspections carried out at the entry points to the Capital.A bench of acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar sought the information and an action plan from the authorities on how they intended to ensure compliance of the law and rules regarding polluting vehicles.It said if the authorities are able to address the issue of air pollution by inspection of vehicular emission, “then air quality in the city would improve positively.”The bench also sought information regarding vehicle inspections carried out by cops in areas falling under the jurisdiction of the police stations of Daryaganj, Dhaula Kuan, ISBT, Anand Vihar, Nehru Place, Raja Garden, Nangloi, Laxmi Nagar and Mukarba Chowk.The Court was hearing a plea by an NGO, Campaign for People Participation in Development Planning, alleging that the rise in vehicle-generated air pollution in Delhi was due to “non-enforcement and non-implementation” of the 1988 Motor Vehicle Act, which prescribes punishment for driving a polluting vehicle.Advocate Anil Aggarwal, who has filed the petition, contended before the bench that the Motor Vehicle Rules empowered a police officer, above the rank of Sub-Inspector, and a transport department official, above the rank of Inspector, to inspect vehicles and impose fines. The court, thereafter, made the Delhi police a party in the case. Earlier, the High Court had cautioned the Centre and the AAP government against issuance of PUC certificates to polluting vehicles in the city.WHAT’S WRONGIt said if the authorities are able to address the issue of air pollution by inspection of vehicular emission, “then air quality in the city would improve positively.” The bench also sought information regarding vehicle inspections carried out by cops.

Maharashtra govt to link land info to courts

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In a major land records reform which will enable buyers to know about the pending litigation on the property that they intend to purchase and ensure that it’s status is clear, the state government is planning to link its registration database with that of various courts in the state. The move, which is part of the ease of doing business agenda, will ease transactions on property and prevent individual and institutional buyers like corporates from being cheated.”This will help people know the litigation or the history of the land before making any transactions for it,” Anil Kawde, Inspector General of Registration and Controller of Stamps, told DNA, adding that the linkage with the revenue courts was likely to happen first.”We plan to put details of litigation for the past 30 years on our website. This will be done through a link between our i-Sarita database and the websites of courts and revenue authorities like district collectors and sub-divisional officers where related matters are heard,” said a senior official from the department of registration and stamps. He added that this would be done by linking their website with those of these authorities.This, the official said, would do away with the need for buyers to approach lawyers to verify the transaction history of the land they intended to purchase. He added that there were instances when parties got to know about the pending litigation on a property after it had been purchased. This integration between the two databases will also eliminate middlemen from the system.”However, security aspects need to be taken care of to prevent hacking and tampering of data,” he stressed.”This will enable people and institutional buyers to know about court rulings, concluded orders and pending litigation on land that they intend to purchase. We are looking at putting these details on our website in a searchable format,” said another official, adding that they were working on the technical aspects of this linkage since the data structures between these systems were different.These data structures will have to be arranged in a format which includes details like survey numbers and talukas. The data will be available through the e-search option on the department’s website where the transaction and registration history of the property like transfer, development, mortgage, sale, and purchase is available.The department logs in around 23 lakh annual registrations across the state, including over three lakh leave and licenses on properties. It is the second highest revenue grosser for the state exchequer after state goods and services tax (SGST) and has a target of Rs 21,000 crore to be achieved in this financial year.

Case registered against seven for forging senior citizen’s docs

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The MRA Marg police have registered a case against seven persons for allegedly forging documents to procure a hawking license from the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). The 72-year-old senior citizen reported the case to the Marine Drive police and was later transferred to the MRA Marg police.According to the police, Mohammed Kutty, a resident of Kerala was shocked to find that his hawking license was misused by another person by submitting documents of his license and morphing the photograph of the license holder. The police are yet to make arrests in the case.”The original documents of the complainant were misused by the accused and a photograph of the latter was attached to it to procure the license. The complainant stated that he only learnt about the incident when he went to renew his license,” a MRA Marg police officer said.”We have registered a case under sections 409 (Criminal breach of trust by public servant, or by banker, merchant or agent) ,419 (Punishment for cheating by personation), 465 (Forgery), 471 (Using as genuine a forged), 472 (Making or possessing counterfeit seal, etc), and 120(b) (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code and we will soon make the arrests in the case and we are investigating further,” said Sukhlal Varpe, Senior Inspector, MRA Marg police station.

One booked for siphoning Rs 65K from postal accounts

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Tilak Nagar police have registered a case of cheating against a postal assistant attached with Rajawadi post office for allegedly siphoning Rs 65,865 from the postal account holders. The police are yet to make arrests in the case.According to the police, the accused is attached with Rajawadi post office and on the post of postal assistant. The accused person allegedly took Rs 65,865 of the various account holders. Complainant Revati Dalvi also alleged that the accused instead of depositing the money, used it for personal gains.The post office during inquiry found the accused person guilty and have initiated action against him.”We have registered a case under section 420 (cheating), 406 (criminal breach of trrust) and 409 (Criminal breach of trust by public servant) of the Indian Penal Code,” said Vijay Khaire, Senior Inspector, Tilak Nagar police station.”We have collected evidence against the accused and are investigating further,” said Khaire.

Madhya Pradesh: BJP MLA’s husband booked for assaulting toll plaza staff

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The husband of a BJP MLA in Madhya Pradesh and three others allegedly bashed up staffers of a toll plaza last night after a dispute over payment of road cess, police said.Sailana Mandi president Vijay Charel (48), village sarpanch Govardhan Adivasi and two others have been booked for storming into the cabin of Salra Pada toll plaza and raining blows on one Prabhu Bogra and others after an altercation over cess payment, Sarvan police station Inspector Madan Lal Meena said today.Vijay Charel is husband of Sangeeta Charel, who is BJP MLA from Sailana.The accused have been booked under sections 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), 504 (intentional insult), 506 (criminal intimidation) of the IPC, the police official added.”We have booked the accused on the complaint of Ajay Khati, manager of Agro Infrastructure which manages the toll plaza,” Meena added.Charel along with three others stormed into the cabin shouting ‘Don’t you know me’, abused and thrashed our staffers, reads the complaint.

60 customers duped by vehicle store owner, sales manager

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Borivali police is on the lookout for an automobile store owner and the store sales manager for allegedly duping 60 persons by taking the advance payment for the purchase of two wheelers, and later fleeing with approximately Rs 20 lakhs. The customers were assured that their two wheelers will be delivered on the day of Diwali.According to police, Sudhir Jain, owner of Jayna motors located at Link road in Borivli, along with the sales manager had taken advance payments from at least 60 customers for delivering different brands of two wheelers, and despite repeated calls from customers, Jain continued to assure the delivery. When the customers reached the store, they found it shut, and later approached the police to file a complaint.”The victims were expecting the delivery of their two wheelers on Diwali, but the accused delayed the delivery. The owner shut his store and went into hiding,” said a Borivli police officer.Gunaji Sawant, Senior Police Inspector, Borivli police station, said, “We have registered a case under sections 420 (cheating) and 34 (common intent) of the Indian Penal Code. We will soon arrest the accused, and we expect the cheating amount to rise to Rs 40 lakhs.”

Traumatised, Nigerian family moves to Delhi

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The family of the 11-year-old Nigerian boy, who was allegedly sodomised by a 38-year-old man in Kaushalya World School, has left Greater Noida and shifted to Delhi. According to a senior officer, the family from Nigeria had been living at Omaxe Palm Greens, an upscale residential society in Greater Noida, for the past five years and made the shift following the incident. “The family has stated that they feel unsafe in Noida now,” said a senior officer.Following outrage over the incident, on Thursday, the District School Inspector sent a notice to the Kaushalya World School stating that they have found the safety measures as per the Central Board of Secondary Education norms unfit. The school administration has been given three days to reply, otherwise, the school’s license will be cancelled. On Monday, an 11-year-old Nigerian boy had alleged that he was being sodomised by a 35-year-old school official inside the premises for the last three to four years. The school official, whose parents also run a bookshop in the school, was arrested from Sigma Sector 2 on Tuesday.

Hookah parlour owner booked in murder case

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Goregaon police have booked the owner of Royal Smoke Hookah parlour in the murder case of a 26-year-old salesman. A minor scuffle inside the parlour had turned ugly on Monday, leading to the murder. The police claimed that the staffers of the parlour allegedly assaulted the youth and his friends after which he was stabbed. So far, six persons have been arrested in the case while seven other accused are on the run since the incident.According to Goregaon police, on October 23, Mayur Panchal, a resident of Jogeshwari, had visited Royal Smoke Hookah Parlour in Goregaon (W). Panchal, who worked in a Powai showroom, along with his friends had entered into a verbal fight with another group of youths allegedly in a drunken state at around 4am. The confrontation went on for an hour when one of the opposite group members removed a sharp weapon and stabbed Panchal.Dhanaji Nalawade, Senior Inspector, Goregaon police station, said: “Staffers from the hookah parlour too were involved in the assault. We have arrested six persons so far, including five parlour staffers and Nasir Sheikh, the owner of the parlour, in the said case. Seven more persons are wanted in the case.”

Three held for trying to abet suicide of transgender activist

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Parksite police on Wednesday arrested three persons for allegedly trying to push a 32-year-old transgender activist to end her life by sending her threat messages. The victim had alleged that because the police refused to file a First Information Report (FIR), she had taken the extreme step in depression. Fortunately, she was saved by her flatmates in a nick of time.Anita Wadekar, a resident of Amrut Nagar in Ghatkopar, was getting life threats for the past three days on her WhatsApp number and over phone calls. Wadekar rushed to the Parksite police station but was allegedly told to go away. Later, when her flatmates were sleeping, Wadekar used a dupatta to hang herself from the ceiling fan. When she pushed the table on which she stood, the thud woke up one of her flatmates and she was saved. Wadekar works as a field officer with Kinnar Maa Samajik Sanstha Trust (KMSST), an NGO which works for the development of transgender community.Vilas Jadhav, Senior Police Inspector at Parksite police station, said: “We have arrested three persons in this regard. One of the accused is on the run. All the accused have been booked under section 306 (abetment of suicide), 511 (attempt to commit an offence), 506 (criminal intimidation) and 34 (common intent) of the Indian Penal Code. We are investigating the case further.”Wadekar was discharged from Rajawadi Hospital on Monday. “I need justice. I have been working for the betterment of our community but anti-social elements are forcing us to indulge in prostitution and begging. Police should take strictest action against the accused involved,” said Wadekar.EXTREME STEPThe 32-year-old transgender activist ​tried to end her life after Parksite police​ allegedly​ failed to take action against her assaulter and refused to file a First Information Report (FIR). ​ She ​hanged herself but was rescued by her two flatmates in the nick of time.

Cross-country woman biker Sana Iqbal dies in car crash in Hyderabad

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Cross-country woman motorcycle rider Sana Iqbal, who undertook a solo expedition to raise awareness about suicide and depression, died in a car crash near Hyderabad early on Wednesday morning, police said.Her husband was injured in the accident that took place on the city outskirts around 3.30 am, a police official said.Sana (29) and her husband Abdul Nadeem were travelling in a car and heading home in Tolichowki here when it rammed the median on the Outer Ring Road, said Narsingi Police Station Inspector G V Ramana Goud.”Sana’s husband Abdul Nadeem was driving the car. Sana, who suffered severe injuries in the mishap, was shifted to a nearby hospital but was declared brought dead. Her husband, who received injuries, is undergoing treatment,” Goud said.The Hyderabad-based rider hit the headlines a few years ago when she undertook a solo motorcycle expedition across the country to raise awareness about suicide.The focus of her campaign was to educate people, particularly students, against committing suicide.A case under IPC section 304A (causing death by negligence) and other relevant sections was registered, police added.

Pillion rider dies after biker rams into auto on highway

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 16-year-old biker met with an accident leading to the death of the pillion rider on the Western Express Highway. The Kasturba Marg police have registered a case of causing death due to negligence against an unidentified biker. The police will also initiate action against the minor biker who had gone for a ride with his friend.According to police, the teen and his friend (also a minor) were residents of Railway colony in Dahisar. They went for a ride on the highway and stopped an autorickshaw near Devipada junction at Borivli. At the same time, a biker, who was riding rashly, rammed into the autorickshaw, which in turn, knocked the pillion rider from the bike that had stopped near the rickshaw. The pillion rider fell on the ground and died on the spot due to head injuries. The minor biker too sustained injuries on his leg.Satish Raorane, Senior Police Inspector, Kasturba Marg police station, said, “We have registered a case against unknown persons under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code and are checking the CCTVs of the location.”

Man kills wife, claims she drank poison

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Nizampura police, on exhuming the body of a 28-year-old woman, found that her husband allegedly killed her and then buried her corpse in a pit he dug himself.The accused, in order to prove his innocence, claimed that his wife had consumed poison and died.According to the police, Banya Korde, 28, a resident of Katai in Bhiwandi of Thane district, allegedly killed his wife, Laxmi, on Saturday night and later buried her corpse in a burial ground.Their neighbhour, Shobha Dabhale, 35, had heard Laxmi’s screams and had tried to help her.In her complaint to the police, Dabhale alleged that she saw Banya assaulting Laxmi brutally. When the neighbours enquired about Laxmi’s health, Banya claimed that his wife had consumed poison and died.”The locals gathered at his residence and grilled the accused after which he revealed that he had killed his wife. They later informed us about the incident and we took him in our custody. We asked the accused to identify the spot where the corpse was buried,” said a Nizampura police officer.”We sent the corpse for a post-mortem. The accused assaulted the woman brutally following which she succumbed to her injuries. We have arrested him under sections 302 (murder) and 201 (destroying evidence) of the Indian Penal Code,” said RE Yadav, Senior Police Inspector, Nizampura police station.

Aarushi Talwar verdict: Allahabad HC slams CBI for its ‘patently absurd’ theory and ‘impossible hypothesis’ on Hemraj’s murder

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Allahabad High Court has castigated the CBI for its theory on the murder of domestic help Hemraj in the Aarushi murder case, saying it is an “impossible hypothesis” and “patently absurd”.In its 273-page verdict acquitting dentists Nupur and Rajesh Talwar in the murder of their daughter Aarushi and Hemraj, it also said the prosecution “miserably failed” to prove that the Talwars had destroyed material evidence and added that the finding recorded to the contrary by the trial court could not be maintained.Analysing the prosecution case, a division bench of justices B K Narayana and A K Mishra refused to agree with the submission of CBI lawyer Anurag Khanna that the conduct of the dentist couple on finding their only daughter murdered, as noticed by the witnesses, was another circumstance which indicated their complicity.
ALSO READ After release in Aarushi murder case, Talwars to visit Dasna Jail every 15 days to check inmatesThe court said it was unable to agree with the contention of the probe agency as “different persons react differently in a given situation”.Justices Narayana and Mishra made the observations last week while allowing the appeals of Nupur and Rajesh Talwar against a Ghaziabad CBI court verdict sentencing them life term for the murder of 14-year-old Aarushi and Hemraj.
ALSO READ When perceptions trump proof: Talwars now face an uphill battle in the court of public opinion”The prosecution theory that the appellants had hidden the dead body of Hemraj on the terrace of their flat is patently absurd and improbable…,” the court said.It said this theory contemplated an “impossible hypothesis” that the body was hidden by the Talwars on their terrace with the intention of disposing it of on getting a suitable opportunity.The court said the theory was based on the hypothesis that the Noida Police would not be able to find the body on the terrace on May 16, 2008 when Aarushi was found dead in her room in the Talwar residence by her parents with her throat slit.Hemraj’s body was found the next day. The Central Bureau of Investigation had taken over the probe into the case from the Noida Police.Coming down heavily on the prosecution, the court said on careful evaluation of the evidence of four police personnel, it transpired that the prosecution witnesses made material improvements in their evidence tendered during the trial.Their testimonies during the trial were “conspicuous by their absence in their previous statements recorded under Section 161 Cr.P.C. (by the police),” it said.The witnesses were the Superintendent of Police, Mahesh Kumar Mishra, Inspector Data Ram Naunaria and Sub Inspector Bachchoo Singh, the judges said, adding that contrary to his previous statement, Mishra had stated in court that Rajesh Talwar was reluctant to identify the body of 45-year-old Hemraj.Similar was the case with Naunaria and Bachchoo Singh, they said.Justices Narayana and Mishra said the circumstances lent credence to another theory that the murder of Hemraj was committed on the terrace of the flat near a cooler.They said as the prosecution failed to pick up fingerprints of the persons who had put the cooler panel on the body of Hemraj, the court did not consider it proper to presume that the panel was put on the body by the Talwars in the absence of cogent evidence.”In fact, the CBI has miserably failed to lead any evidence which may even remotely suggest that Hemraj was murdered in the bedroom of Aarushi and then his dead body was wrapped in a bed sheet and dragged from Aarushi’s bedroom upto the terrace,” the judges said.The court also said that the non-breaking of the terrace door lock was not on account of non-availability of the key of the terrace door but due to the negligent and callous approach of the Investigating Officer of the case, Data Ram Naunaria.Moreover, the prosecution has failed to prove by any cogent evidence that the Talwar duo, despite being in possession of the key of the terrace door lock, had refused to make it available to the police, they said.”The prosecution’s allegation in this regard, therefore, is baseless and wholly irrelevant for fastening the appellants with the guilt,” the court said.

Mamata Banerjee condemns death of Sub-Inspector Amitabha Malik who was attacked by GJM supporters

Updated: Oct 14, 2017, 10:02 PM IST, PTI
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today recalled meeting the slain Sub-Inspector Amitabha Malik in Darjeeling and hailed the cop as a “good and courageous officer”.Malik was killed and four other policemen were seriously injured when Gorkha Janmukti Morcha supporters, owing allegiance to its chief Bimal Gurung, allegedly fired at a police team in a forest area near Darjeeling yesterday.The chief minister expressed shock at the untimely demise of Malik and said her government will always stand beside the bereaved family and extend all cooperation.
ALSO READ GJM violence: Cop killed, two injured in fire exchange in Darjeeling”I met him in Darjeeling. He was a very good and courageous officer,” she said.State secretariat sources said that the DGP Surajit Kar Purokayastha would visit Darjeeling next week.

Lost your chappals? Pune rural cops will probe if case serious enough

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>While many of us might have experienced a situation wherein police delay registering a genuine complaint of theft or robbery, Pune rural police have proved to be an exception to this.The cops have found it serious enough to entertain a case of a missing sandal of a person.In a quirky instance, one Vishal Kalekar, a resident of Rakshewadi in Khed tahsil of Pune district, had on October 3 walked to the police station to report that his brand new sandal was stolen from outside his apartment and insisted on filing an FIR.And the Khed police registered a case of theft under section 379 of IPC against unidentified persons after the 36-year-old Kalekar insisted on doing so, a police official said.Kalekar lives on the third floor of Palash Residency apartment on the Takalkarwadi Road in Khed, the official added.”We have registered an offence of theft in this case and our probe is on,” Pradeep Jadhav, Inspector of Khed police station told PTI over phone today.Asked whether he had faced such instances in the past, the official said one can’t say who will come with what type of complaint.”As of now we only can say that an offence of theft has been registered against unidentified persons and nobody has been arrested yet,” he said.As per the complaint, the incident occurred in the wee hours of October 3, between 3 am and 8 am, when some unidentified persons came inside the building and allegedly took away his new black sandal worth Rs 425, an official said.After Kalekar approached the police, onduty police Y M Gaikwad registered an offence of theft and he was given the copy of the first information report (FIR).The Khed station officials today confirmed that police Naik S M Dhole is investigating the case.

Return Rs 5L? Man decides to kill lender instead

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A man was so upset about returning a loan that he decided to commit murder rather than return the money. The bizarre state of affairs came to the police’s notice when they interrogated one Nadeem who decided to kill his friend Akhtar Abbas, rather than return the Rs 5 lakh he owed him.During the early hours on Thursday, a night patrolling police team intercepted a two-wheeler on which two men were carrying a bulky package. On being stopped, the vehicle initially slowed down but then sped away leaving behind a bag that was carrying a carcass. The cops tracked down the vehicle and zeroed in on the accused in the crime.On interrogation, the accused revealed the names of others involved in the crime. They were identified as Shareef alias Pravej (29), Khalid (41) and Sobi Khan alias Raja (20). However, the two masterminds behind the murder, Nadeem and Gulfam, are still absconding, police said.During interrogation, the other men revealed that Nadeem decided to kill the deceased with the help of his friends.”The deceased, Abbas was shot in the head and molten plastic poured on his head to stop the bleeding,” said DCP (Northeast) Ajit Kumar SinglaSingla said that it was Sub Inspector Dinesh Kumar and Head Constable Ashok who had spotted the two-wheeler on Thursday and tried to stop it.”This was when the bag fell from their scooter but the riders sped away towards Gautampuri. On checking the bag, police found the dead body of a man wrapped in plastic. The body was partially burnt with both its legs tied together with a cord,” Singla said.Following technical surveillance, the police then traced the two-wheeler with the help of its registration number and the owner was identified as one Mohammad Khalid, the elder brother of one Nadeem, who was later identified to be the mastermind of the case.”During investigation, it was revealed that construction work was going on at the sites owned by Nadeem. One of these sites in Jafrabad was checked and at the first floor, blood stains and burnt material were found.”It was also revealed that one Sharif alias Pravej from Gautampuri and Sobi Khan alias Raja, used to work for Nadeem. Meanwhile the deceased was identified as Akhtar Abbas who dealt in properties,” the DCP said.Abbas had been demanding money from Nadeem, leading to various arguments between them, following which Nadeem conspired to eliminate him with the help of his associates.”Late night on Wednesday they called Abbas from his residence and consumed liquor at the site in Jafrabad. Nadeem then shot Abbas in his head and then poured melted material on the head of the deceased to control the bleeding. They then tried to burn the body to conceal its identity,” the DCP said

7 JeM men on the loose; forces revisit J&K security bases

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>With seven Jaish-e-Mohammad fidayeens still on loose, security forces have decided to revisit the security of the camps and conduct fresh security audit of all bases to thwart the nefarious designs of the terrorists.The decision was taken in a security core group meeting held here on Friday. Top officers of the police, Army, paramilitary and intelligence agencies participated in the meeting, which was chaired by Jammu and Kashmir director general of police SP Vaid and general officer commanding 15 corps Lieutenant General JS Sandhu.“Security of all the camps is being revisited. It has been decided to carry out fresh audit of the camps, vital installations and other security establishments in the Kashmir,” said an officer requesting anonymity.The decision to conduct fresh audit comes four days after security forces repulsed a Pathankot-type terror attack when three Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) fidayeens were neutralised soon after they stormed the highly fortified Border Security Force (BSF) camp, neighbouring Srinagar International Airport and Air Force Station. An Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) of BSF was killed and three others injured in the operation that lasted for 10 hours on Monday.This was the second attack in less than two months in which Jaish-e-Mohammad fidayeens stormed the security forces camp in the valley. Three of the fidayeens were killed when they attacked the District Police Lines Pulwama on August 26. Eight security force men –four each from CRPF and Jammu and Kashmir Police –were killed and six others injured in the encounter.A 17-member group of Jaish fidayeens were pushed in from Pir Panjal into J&K to replenish the terrorist ranks in July following the drubbing of the cadres in the valley. More than seven fidayeens are still on loose and security forces have intensified their operations to neutralize them before they could plan anything serious.MORALE DOWN155 terrorists including top commanders of the Hizbul Mujahideen and LeT have been eliminated by the security forces so far this year.
This has hit the morale of the terrorists who have gone in to hiding to avoid being killed by the forces.

Pune student tries to kill two teachers over haircut order

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Angry over being told to get a haircut, an 18-year-old student attempted to murder two teachers of his junior college with a sharp weapon inside the college campus near Wagholi on Ahmednagar road on Friday.The student, identified as Sunil Bhor, fled after the attack.The incident took place on the campus of Jogeshwari Mata College in Wade Bolhai area at around 8 a.m. on Friday. According to police, two teachers of the college, Dhananjay Abnave and Darshan Chaudhary, have sustained serious injuries. Following the attack Lonikand police have registered a case of attempt to murder under section 307 of Indian Penal Code against Bhor. Police have also filed charges under the Atrocity Act for making casteist remarks against Abnave.Sub-Inspector Annasaheb Tapare, who is investigating the case, told DNA, “Sunil studies in the 11th standard in the same college and Abnave is his class teacher. Sunil had grown long hair and a couple of days back, Abnave had asked him to get a haircut.””On Thursday, after having a haircut, Sunil came to the college wearing a cap. Seeing him wearing cap, Abnave asked him to remove the cap if he wanted to attend classes. Instead of removing the cap, Sunil chose to leave the college premises and did not attend the college on that day.”On Friday morning, all the students of the college had gathered on the college grounds for morning prayers but Bhor was not present. “After the prayer, all the students were going into their respective classes and Abnave was keeping a watch on them. When most of the students had gone inside the classrooms, Sunil entered the college carrying a sharp weapon with him and attacked Abnave,” Tapare said.When Abnave collapsed due to the sudden attack, Chaudhary tried to save him but was also attacked by Bhor. “He made some castiest remarks against Abnave before fleeing from the college premises,” Tapare added.Capped madnessAfter having been asked to get a haircut, Sunil came to college wearing a cap. When asked to remove it, he left angrily and didn’t attend classes. He returned next day with a weapon

MSRTC busts fake compensation racket, two booked

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Thane Nagar police have registered a case against a doctor and an advocate for allegedly submitting bogus documents of Shahpur tribals to claim compensation from Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC).The two accused allegedly used bogus documents of Thane Civil hospital to claim compensation for accident victims. Rs 1,16,75,000 was claimed on behalf of 26 persons who were not involved in any accident.The MSRTC while clearing the compensation for the victims came across two incidents related to accidents which had taken place involving a Shahpur to Junavli bus and a Kude to Bhiwandi bus. The compensation claims were kept under watch, when the name UR Vishvakarma, an advocate and another Dr. Mihir Rananvare came to light as people who repeatedly claiming compensation on behalf of victims. The modus operandi of the accused was to submit bogus certificates of Thane Civil hospital to claim that they were involved in a mishap while travelling in MSRTC bus.”We clear crores of rupees as compensation claims of the commuters travelling in the MSRTC buses. The advocate and doctor used bogus documents of poor tribals to claim compensation. We cannot deny that they have also managed to withdraw compensation in similar such accident cases.”, said a senior MSRTC official..”We have registered a case under section 418(Cheating with knowledge that wrongful loss may ensue to person whose interest offender is bound to protect),465(forgery),468(forgery for cheating) and 471(using genuine a forged) of the Indian Penal Code against two persons. The MSRTC officials learnt about the racket when they were investigating the claims of two accidents which had arrived for clearance.”, said MV Dharmadhikari, Senior Inspector, Thane Nagar police station.Booked The duo has been booked for cheating and forgery under IPCCase unearthed when claims of two accidents arrived for clearance

CRPF, BSF give differing accounts of BSF camp attack

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A day after Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) claimed that one of the holed-up fidayeens in a Border Security Force (BSF) camp tried to pose as a CRPF trooper and took position with soldiers, BSF maintained the militant was forced to came out of the administrative block before he was neutralised near the temple.Security forces had repulsed a terror attack on Monday when three Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terrorists were neutralised soon after they stormed a secured BSF camp near Srinagar International Airport and Air Force Station. An Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) of BSF was killed and three others injured in the operation that lasted for 10 hours.Ravideep Singh Sahi, CRPF Inspector General, Srinagar sector told a news channel, “The terrosist was wearing a camouflage dress of the CRPF. He was aiming towards the building where our forces were also aiming. When an officer turned to a soldier to hand over more ammo, they spotted the stranger.”On the other hand, Police sources said the third militant holed up in the administrative building was smoked out after forces used tear gas shells. “The forces used rockets to create a hole in the room where the militant was hiding. They fired tear gas shells inside the room and suffocated the militant forcing him to come out,” an officer said.KK Sharma, Director General of Border Security Force, said BSF officers with the help of CRPF and Speacial Operations Group (SOG) of Jammu and Kashmir police forced the third terrorist, who was hiding in the administrative block, to come out before he was neutralised.”Rashtriya Riffles (of the army) handled the outermost cordon. CRPF and SOG laid the intermediate cordon. Our job was to flush out the fidayeen. Our officers led the operation. With the help of CRPF and SOG, we forced him to come out of the administrative block, and when he came out, CRPF, SOG and BSF handling the intermediate cordon killed him near the temple,” said Sharma.Elaborating, Sharma said the militant threw the grenade when he came out of the building and that is how he was identified as he was wearing a military uniform as well.ATTACKING IN CAMOUFLAGEThree terrorists wearing CRPF camouflage attacked a BSF camp near Srinagar on Tuesday.
While a joint team of BSF and CRPF killed two, third hid himself.
After a 10-hour-long operation, all three terrorists were neutralised.
While the operation was a joint effort, the forces have varying accounts of the incident.

After Honeypreet’s arrest, hunt for Aditya Insaan intensifies

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>With the arrest of Honeypreet Insaan, who topped the list of wanted accused in case pertaining to Dera violence, the hunt has now intensified for convicted Dera chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim’s Man Friday, Aditya Insaan.”We have been carrying out continuous raids for all accused, but our emphasis was on locating Honeypreet since she is considered the closest to Gurmeet. She was with him when the verdict was announced as well. After her, the two key accused are Aditya Insaan and Pawan Insan, the next closest aides of the Dera chief,” said Haryana Inspector General AS Chawla.Dera chief’s spokesperson, Aditya Insaan was booked for sedition and inciting violence among Dera followers who had gathered in Panchkula on August 25. Rahim’s close-aide, he had been actively involved in Dera operations.During interrogation, Honeypreet will be questioned about the whereabout of the two key accused. “She will be asked about the persons who she remained in touch with after the verdict, and whether Aditya Insaan was one of them,” a member of the Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing the case said.Honeypreet, followed by Aditya Insaan topped the list of 43 accused released by Haryana Police in the case related to the violence that led to the death of 41 people in the state, including 35 in Panchkula. As many as 1,078 persons have been arrested in various cases registered in the aftermath of Dera violence.

The inside story of the Srinagar BSF encounter

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A nine-hour long gun-battle was what it took to neutralize the three Jaish-E-Mohammed (JeM) terrorists who had infiltrated inside the 182nd Battalion Camp of the Border Security Force (BSF) in Srinagar in the wee hours of Tuesday but security forces have reason to believe that there are four more JeM cadres who are still roaming free in the Valley and plotting another fidayeen attack.“There is credible information that 10 JeM terrorists had infiltrated into the Valley a few days back. Three of them were killed in the encounter in Pulwama where they attacked the District Police Lines. Of the seven who were remaining, three were neutralized today. That still leaves us with four more terrorists who are still out there planning the next fidayeen attack,” reliable sources told WION/DNA.The BSF Battalion Camp that came under attack today is located in close proximity of the Srinagar International Airport, in the Humhama area falling in Budgam district. And while security agencies maintained that the airport was not the target, the possibility of them using this camp as a base to launch an attack on the airport was not being ruled out completely.The three terrorists who were gunned down today had been spotted in a black-coloured Alto car on the Pulwana-Budgam border late Monday night. Two of them were clad in BSF uniform while the third was in civilian clothing, sources said. In the wee hours today, these terrorists used a wire-cutter to cut the perimeter wire of the BSF camp to get inside. “It appeared to be a brand new, newly-purchased wire-cutter,” a source said.As soon as the three terrorists gained entry inside the camp from the back side of the Subordinate Officers’ (SO) Mess, they ran into different directions. While one of them dashed toward the Administrative Block, the second made his way to the SO Mess and the third made a run towards the canteen.It was then that the terrorist who was running towards the canteen—wearing civilian clothes–was challenged by a BSF sentry. “This terrorist responded with firing a burst but was not good enough for this sentry who took him out swiftly,” a source revealed.The other two terrorists managed to enter the Administrative Block and the SO Mess, respectively. “It was in the SO Mess that this terrorist martyred the BSF Assistant Sub Inspector. Before he could cause more damage, he was overpowered by the JCOs there who snatched his weapon and neutralized him,” the source said.Meanwhile, the terrorist who entered the Administration Block opened fire and injure an Exchange Operator and 2-3 more BSF personnel, one of whom was hit by a bullet in the abdomen. This terrorist was finally neutralized when he tried to escape from the Administration Block by running away.Sources said the three JeM terrorists were heavily armed. They were carrying AK-47s and Pakistani-made Shaheen pistols. A US-made sabre knife (having a compass) was also recovered from one of the killed terrorists.

Attack on BSF camp in Srinagar not a setback, was repulsed successfully: J&K IG Munir Khan

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Jammu and Kashmir Inspector General (IG ) Munir Khan on Tuesday said that the attack on a BSF camp near the Srinagar International Airport was not a setback and it was repulsed successfully.Killing all three militants in an operation that also claimed the life of an assistant sub-inspector of the force, security forces foiled an attempt by the Jaish-e-Mohammed to storm a BSF camp.The gun-battle also forcing brief suspension of air traffic and closure of schools in the vicinity.”Three terrorists were killed, unfortunately, we lost one ASI. The terrorists were from Jaish-e-Mohammed,” Munir Khan said speaking to media.However, taking a swipe at the media for saying that the attack was setback, the IG requested them to be reasonable before running news.”Such attacks will continue to happen as long as Pakistan is our neighbour. I don’t know how some sections of media are saying it is a setback, it is not. Attack was repulsed successfully,” he said.Khan also said that they are looking for 6-7 terrorists and need to neutralise them very fast.Meanwhile, Home Minister Rajnath Singh complimented the security forces for successfully eliminating the terrorists involved in an attack.Singh said he has spoken to the chiefs of the Border Security Force and Central Reserve Police Force following the suicide attack near the Srinagar airport.”I have spoken to the DG CRPF and DG BSF. It was a good operation that they have conducted,” he told reporters here.

Hooligans thrash garba revellers in Kandivli

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>On Saturday, nine hooligans allegedly assaulted Kandivli residents and pelted stones on them after one of the building’s residents asked them not to ride their bikes rashly. Following this, the hooligans went on a rampage damaging three cars and also molesting a woman. Kandivli police are yet to make arrests in the case.According to the police, the residents of Madhu Kunj, Sakhi and Harshali Apartments jointly organise Navratri celebrations at MG Road in Kandivli West. On Saturday night, Rajesh Kanojia, a 31-year-old car dealer, saw nine persons on three two-wheelers creating a nuisance in the building’s lane. When Kanojia asked one of them not to drive negligently as people were entering and exiting the building, the nine of them allegedly abused and assaulted Kanojia and damaged three cars. Two other building residents were injured during the stone pelting and Kanojia’s wife was allegedly molested by one of the accused.”The building residents tried to pacify the youths but to no avail and they went to assault every person who tried to explain to them. We rushed to the spot but they had fled. The complainant has identified them as residents of Sai Nagar in Kandivli,” said a police officer.”We have registered a case under sections 142 (being member of lawful assembly), 147 (rioting), 324 (voluntarily causing grievous hurt), 504 (intentional insult), 354 (molestation), 336 (act endangering life or personal safety of others), 427 (rash driving) and other relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code. We are yet to make arrests in the case,” said Mukund Pawar, Senior Police Inspector, Kandivli police station.”The police should take stern action against them. It was evident that they had no fear of the law. The police should arrest the accused as they have threatened the building’s residents of consequences,” said Kanojia.

5 injured as groups clash at Navratri venue

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>On Wednesday late night, a dispute broke between two groups outside a Garba Venue in Sola area. The fight erupted after the group of 10 men were not allowed to enter the venue by a bouncer deployed at the gate.The incident took place at around 12 pm right outside the gate of Amiraj farm, when a group of 10 men tried to enter the Garba venue without the pass. The group were stopped by bouncers who were deployed at the gate and were not allowed to enter. Regarding which there was dispute broke between the bouncers and group of men.During the incident, five people were injured, including one of a bouncer who was attacked with an iron pipe. The Sola High Court police got to know about the incident and rushed to spot with a team of policemen and nabbed all the men involved in the dispute.While the injured were rushed to the sola hospital for treatment.Regarding the incident, no case was lodged with the police station after both the parties led to a settlement.SL Solanki, Inspector of the police station, said, “There was no case registered in the matter, after both the parties led to a settlement and no one lodged a complaint.”

LeT terrorists behind killing of BSF constable

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Hajin-Bandipora: Jammu and Kashmir police achieved a major breakthrough on Thursday when they were able to identify the group of Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) militants that killed the BSF Constable Mohammad Ramzan Parrey aka Rameez here on Wednesday night.”There has been movement of LeT militants led by Mehmood Bhai in the area. It was Mehmood and his associates who stormed into the house of Constable Ramzan and killed him. There were three or four of them,” said Nitish Kumar, Inspector General of Police, North Kashmir.Police said the militants have suffered huge reverses in the last few months so they are now resorting to killing innocent and unarmed people.”In the last seven to eight months, more than 14 militants have been killed in the area. Now they are frustrated and it (killing of unarmed BSF man) is the result of that. Only four to five militants are left in this area and Mehmood is their commander in Hajin,” said Sheikh Zulfikar Azad, senior superintendent of police, Bandipora.Security forces are confident that they will neutralise the militants very soon. “We are after them and we will get them,” said Azad.The police are investigating the motive behind the killing of Constable Ramzan, who was on leave and was at his home for over two weeks. Sources said Mehmood’s group was strolling at the river embankment late night when they saw Ramzan talking over the phone.”There was an altercation and they snatched his phone. After 15 minutes they came back and killed Ramzan and injured his family members. We suspect that they saw the pictures of Ramzan in uniform in the phone that tipped them off that he was working in the force,” said a police officer.Police figures reveal that there are 85 militants operating in the three border districts of North Kashmir and most of them are foreigners. “Most of the terrorists are Pakistanis and locals are very less,” said Kumar.

Netas skip slain BSF jawan’s funeral

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>When heavily-armed militants stormed the house of Border Security Force (BSF) constable Mohammad Ramzan Parrey aka Rameez last evening, he chose to fight rather than retreat to safety.A true brave-heart, Ramzan tried to overpower and snatch the riffle of one of the militants who had come to abduct him, something that they had earlier done to 22-year-old slain army officer Lieutenant Ummer Fayaz.But, even as he grappled with one the terrorists, others pumped a volley of bullets into his head and attacked his family members with cleavers injuring his father, two brothers and an aunt. Ramzan’s father Ghulam Ahmad Parrey has slipped into coma.Deputy Inspector General of BSF Arvinder Singh said Ramzan fought bravely despite being unarmed and his martyrdom will not go in vain.”He was a brave man. He fought bravely despite being unarmed. Militants were armed with guns and sharp edged weapons. They fired at him and he embraced martyrdom”, he said.Meanwhile, in a repeat of what has become a practice with politicians in the Jammu and Kashmir, including ministers of the Mehbooba Mufti-led PDP-BJP government, the political class was absent from the wreath laying ceremony of the braveheart today.It was left to the BSF, Army and police officers to pay last respects to the fallen hero of Hajin on Thursday. There was no one from the Jammu and Kashmir government or opposition at the wreath laying ceremony. Even when the body was taken to home no minister, MLA or any political worker joined the last rites of the fallen hero.”Nobody from the government visited us. Only the officers of security forces were present at the wreath laying ceremony”, said Showkat Ahmad Parrey, cousin of the martyr.While all that the Chief Minister did was to issue a cursory statement, condemning the killing, former chief minister and National Conference working president Omar Abdullah too issued a statement condemning the brutal killing.Politicians’ apathy notwithstanding, local people rose as one and observed a total shutdown in Hajin area against the killing.Refusing to bow down to dear, people shut their shops and business establishments in the area as a mark of respect to the BSF constable. “A young man has died, how can we open our shops”, said a shopkeeper sitting on his shop front.Hundreds of people visited the house of the dead BSF jawan.Recalling the turn of events leading to the killing, Ramzan’s cousin told DNA, “Militants asked Ramzan to show his identity card which he refused. There was an altercation and he tried to overpower one of the militants. Other family members too joined in and tried to snatch their weapons. They however opened fire killing him on the spot. Later they attacked our family with sharp knives injuring four of them.”Ramzan, incidentally, belongs to a family which has many others serving the nation. His three cousin brothers are in the army and BSF.A 2011 recruit, the 30 year old Ramzan was posted in 73rd battalion of BSF deployed in Baramulla district. Ramzan had come on leave and was staying with his family for over two weeks. He was scheduled to report to duty next month.A fitness freak, Ramzan was a volleyball champion and was teaching young village kids how to remain fit. “You can see dumbbells and weightlifting equipment is still lying in the floor. He was teaching young kids about fitness”, said a local village boyMeanwhile, police say the killing was the handiwork of the Lashkar-e-Toiba. “Whatever report we have gathered is that there has been the movement of Lashkar-e-Toiba militants led by Mehmood Bhai in the area. It was Mehmood and his associates (who stormed the house and killed Constable Ramzan). They were three to four in number”, said Nitish Kumar, Inspector General of Police, North Kashmir.ON THE BACK FOOTPolice said militants have suffered reverses in the last few months
So they are now resorting to killing unarmed people
The security forces are confident they will neutralise militants soon

Youth clicks suicide selfie on death noose

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 21-year-old youth clicked a selfie with a noose around his neck and sent it to his friends before hanging himself.A suicide note found at his rented Virar residence claimed that an agent had duped him of Rs 60,000 and the money which he paid to the agent was taken as a loan from a money lender by his parents in his native village of Sangamner.Somnath Shinde, residing in the Ghaskopri area of Virar, had been living in a rented flat for the past one month after leaving his native village in Sangamner.In his suicide note, Shinde mentioned an agent, Anand Shinde from Sinnar, who had taken Rs 60,000 for helping him land a good job with the airport authority.Being from a poor family, Shinde’s parents took a loan of Rs 60,000 from a money lender which he claimed he would not be able to pay.”The youth was depressed, and in the suicide note, he mentioned an agent who had duped him of Rs 60,000 after which he decided to end his life,” said a police officer from Virar.”He clicked a selfie while hanging by the ceiling fan with a nylon thread and sent it to his friends and the agent. We have registered a case of accidental death in this regard. If we get a complaint from the parents, we will register a case of abetment of suicide against the agent. We are investigating further,” said Yunus Shaikh, Senior Inspector, Virar police station.

Punjab: Hundreds pay tribute after senior journalist KJ Singh, mother cremated

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Senior journalist K J Singh and his mother Gurcharan Kaur, who were found killed at their residence yesterday, were cremated on Sunday.The funeral pyre was lit by Vijaypal Singh, an elder brother of K J Singh.Apart from the family members, a large number of media- persons and eminent persons from various fields were present.On behalf of Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, his Media Adviser Raveen Thukral paid homage to the departed souls.Veteran journalist Singh and his 92-year-old mother were found killed at their residence here yesterday.While 64-year-old Singh’s throat had been slit, his mother Gurcharan Kaur was suspected to have been strangled at their Phase 3B2 home. The post-mortem was conducted on Sunday at the Government Civil Hospital, Mohali.The Punjab police has set up a Special Investigative Team (SIT) under Inspector General (Crime) to probe the crime.CM’s media adviser Thukral said the killers would not be spared and would soon be in the police net.

Extortion case: Dawood’s brother Iqbal Kaskar’s list had 20 bizmen, say cops

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Thane Police on Tuesday claimed that in the past four years at least 20 builders, jewellers and businessmen from Mumbai and nearby cities were allegedly targeted for extortion money by Iqbal Kaskar and his aides. The police will now record the statement of these ‘victims’ of Kaskar in order to bolster their case against him.Speaking to DNA, a senior police officer, who is privy to the investigation of Kaskar’s extortion case, said, “Though the current extortion took place in 2016, Kaskar and his men are believed to have extorted as many as 20 builders, businessmen and jewellers from Mumbai Metropolitan Region to the tune of crores of rupees.”As per the officer, Kaskar used to operate smartly while targeting his victims. “Two of his henchmen, who are also accused in the current extortion case, used to meet the victims and would dial Kaskar’s number from their phone. They would then make Kaskar speak to the victims.”Since Kaskar used to drop Dawood’s name, too, while threatening the victims, the police are examining if Dawood had a role to play in the extortion threats issued by his brother. “If we get any concrete evidence against Dawood, then we would certainly add his name in the FIR as well. We are probing if calls were made and received from Pakistan by Kaskar and his men,” the officer said.As per the police, the biggest evidence in the current extortion case against Kaskar is that the group had forcibly extorted four flats and Rs 30 lakh in cash from a builder and one of the accused was found occupying the flat when the police searched it. A team of 55 police personnel headed by Senior Inspector Pradeep Sharma arrested Kaskar from his Nagpada residence on Monday night.

4 labourers die cleaning chemical tank in Ahmedabad

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>On Monday, four labourers died at Vatva GIDC while cleaning an effluent tank. Apart from the labourers who lost their lives, two labourers are in a critical condition and on ventilator while a few others are undergoing treatment at LG Hospital.”At least four labourers died of asphyxiation after inhaling a poisonous gas while cleaning a chemical effluent tank in a factory here, police said. Five others, who also inhaled the gas, are in a critical condition,” said Inspector DR Gohil of Vatva GIDC police station.The factory authorities rushed all the labourers to LG Hospital where four of them were declared brought dead while five others are undergoing treatment. “We have started the procedure to lodge an FIR in this regard,” Gohil said.The city’s chief fire officer, Rajesh Bhatt, said the company manufactures dyes and intermediates and had shut the factory’s operation since the past few days for some maintenance work.Preliminary investigation revealed that some labourers, at a factory in Vatva GIDC area, entered the effluent tank to clean it, Gohil said. When the labourers started becoming unconscious due to the poisonous gas, others went inside to save them. However, they too became unconscious.”The tank was used to store the effluent before it was sent for treatment. Though the fire brigade was called to pull out the labourers, the company officials did it by themselves and rushed these labourers to the hospital before we reached the spot,” Bhatt said.(With inputs from agency)IncidentLabourers entered the effluent tank to clean it but started becoming unconscious due to poisonous gasThe factory authorities then rushed all the labourers to LG Hospital where four of them were declared brought dead

‘Dead man’ exposes terrorists in a video

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A chilling video of a youth confessing of being an informer on gunpoint, apparently shot before he was assassinated, has exposed the terrorists in the troubled South Kashmir region.Bullet-riddled body of Ishtiyaq Ahmad Wagay, a shopkeeper of Jablipora in Anantnag, was recovered from Shopian on August 8. Police said terrorists had allegedly washed their hands of the assassination and instead blamed security agencies for the killing.A month later, a 1.39-minute video showing Wagay confessing of being an informer while a suspected terrorist (not in the frame) points AK 47 at him at an undisclosed destination.”I was forced to become an informer. They did not pay me anything. I have shared information about Talha, Musa bhai, Junaid Kandro and Turab. Now they have asked me to track down Daad,” Wagay, dressed in blue Khan Suit, tells the gunmen in pure Kashmiri.Police said 30-year-old Wagay was abducted by the terrorists before he was shot dead. Wagay’s blood-soaked body with multiple bullet wounds was recovered from the Alam Gunj village of south Kashmir’s Shopian district.”What did you gain from being the informer? Aren’t we your brothers? For whom we have left home? We have left for Islam. Now are you confessing that you were informer,” a terrorist not in the frame is heard telling Wagay.Deputy Inspector General of Police, South Kashmir Range, SP Pani said the killing reflects that the terrorists are settling their own scores and committing atrocities on the civilians.”They are fooling the people. They are killing innocent people just to fulfill their agenda. This is absolutely condemnable. This reflects what terrorists are up to,” said Pani.Director General of Police, Jammu and Kashmir, SP Vaid said investigation is on in the video. “We are investigating (the video) to check its veracity,” he said.A spate of civilian killings had rocked south Kashmir last month. Suspected terrorists had killed three persons, including a cable operator, within 24 hours last month.

Hussaini building collapse: FIR filed against SBUT officials

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Almost two weeks after the Hussaini building collapse in Bhendi Bazaar on August 31, that killed 33 persons and injured 17, the JJ Marg police on Wednesday registered a First Information Report (FIR) against officials of the Saifee Burhani Upliftment Trust (SBUT), which is carrying out the Bhendi Bazaar redevelopment project, and other accused.According to a statement issued by the police on Thursday, between March 28, 2011 and August 31, 2017, SBUT officials were aware that Hussaini building was dangerous to live in and Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) had granted permission to demolish it. The statement added that despite officials knowing the consequences if the building collapsed, it was not vacated.The case has, therefore, says the statement, been registered on the complaint made by Police Sub-Inspector Anand Deshmukh against SBUT officials and others under Section 304 (2) (culpable homicide not amount to murder), 337 (causing grievous hurt) and 338 (causing hurt by act endangering life of others) of the Indian Penal Code.”We have registered an FIR after conducting a preliminary inquiry wherein we have found that the SBUT did not take strict action to vacate the building. We are ascertaining which officials from SBUT are responsible for the tragedy,” said Jaideep Gaikwad, Senior Police Inspector of JJ Marg Police Station. He added that that the police will record statements of all the residents of the building and other residents of the area.When contacted, an SBUT spokesperson said, “So far, we are not aware about any case registered against the trust and its officials.”

Amarnath terror attack: People said Abu Ismail should be brought to justice; today there is justice, says J&K police

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Abu Ismail, the Lashkar-e-Taiba commander who masterminded the deadly attack on Amarnath yatra pilgrims in July, was killed by security forces on Thursday along with another Pakistani terrorist, police said.The two were gunned down after a brief encounter that saw the duo running for their lives.”On specific information, a joint operation was launched in Aribagh in Nowgam area on the outskirts of Srinagar city.It was around 4:15 pm that a contact was established with the two hiding terrorists in a house there. In a very brief encounter, both the terrorists were killed,” Inspector General of Police, Kashmir, Munir Khan said.He was addressing a joint press conference along with general officer commanding of the Army’s Victor Force, Major General B S Raju, and IG CRPF Ravideep Singh Sahi.Khan said the other terrorist has been identified as Abu Qasim alias Chota Qasim.”The bodies of the slain terrorists have been kept at the appropriate place for appropriate disposal,” he said.The IGP said two AK rifles, UBGLs and other material were recovered from them.He said Ismail was involved in 15 cases including the July 10 attack on a bus carrying Amarnath yatra pilgrims in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district which left eight of them dead.”After the elimination of Abu Dujana, he (Ismail) had taken over as the chief of LeT in the valley. He was involved in around 15 criminal cases in valley which included murder, dacoities and other militancy related incidents. So, I compliment our teams for executing a wonderful operation with no collateral damage,” Khan said.”The day they (militants) killed yatris, the people said that they should be brought to justice and today they have been brought to justice. It is a great success for the security forces. A chapter of these terrorists has been closed. Tomorrow will be a new day for us. We will start our work afresh.”When the attack took place, there was total condemnation of the act committed by terrorists from all sections of the society and people said loud and clear that these killers must be killed. So, from that day onwards, these killers were our targets and our teams whether they be police, army or the CRPF – were looking for them,” he said.He thanked the people for “expressing that sentiment that time because that was against Kashmiriyat. No Kashmiri liked that”.Asked whether all the militants behind the attack have been neutralised, the IGP said “One foreign and one local terrorists are left.”He said Ismail was an “A++” category militant while Qasim was “A+” category, but refused to share further details of the operation.”It is better not to ask such questions because they are operational details which we do not want to divulge. It is not that whole militancy has been wiped out by their killing. So, it is better not to divulge the details,” he said.Khan said the priority of the security forces is to neutralise the militant leadership in the valley.”Militant leadership is important to be neutralised. That has to be eliminated because they not only are militants but also provoke and motivate children. The priority is to neutralise the militant leadership. You know who are the leaders and they will be our next target,” he said.He, however, said “we have a long way to go and we will keep on trying.”Maj Gen Raju said Ismail’s killing is extremely important because he was responsible for the death of about 14 security forces personnel and eight civilians.”This success is also important because we are expecting vacuum in the foreign terrorists’ leadership of the LeT. After the death of Abu Qasim, then Abu Dujana and now Ismail. In between we also killed (Abu) Ali. Now, we are looking at a serious deficiency in their leadership which should give us more opportunities,” he said.

Yogi Adityanath government stops grant to 46 madrassas: BJP doesn’t respect any religion, says Congress

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A day after Uttar Pradesh government barred 46 madrassas to get the grant, the Congress Party accused Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of not respecting any religion. Speaking to ANI, Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad said that the saffron party does not respect any religion.”The basic difference between our and BJP’s ideology is that the Congress party respects every religion but BJP and its leadership do not support this,” Azad told ANI.The Yogi Adityanath government on Wednesday stopped grants to 46 madrasas across Uttar Pradesh after irregularities were reported in their functioning.The grant to the 46 defaulter madrasas has been stopped from April 2017. The madrasas whose grant has been stopped by the government are from Kanpur, Kushinagar, Kannauj, Mau, Azamgarh, Maharajganj, Siddhartha Nagar, Mahoba, Shravasti, Banaras, Faizabad, Ghazipur, Jaunpur, Barabanki, Sant Kobirnagar, Jhansi districts.At present, 560 madrassas are given grants by the state government across Uttar Pradesh.A joint committee of District Magistrate, District Inspector of Schools and District Minority Welfare Officers was investigating the matter.Following a detailed two months investigation, the government barred the 46 madrassas to get the government grant.

GRP releases sketch of man who pushed woman out of Mumbai local

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Government Railway Police (GRP) from Vasai railway station has released the sketch of a man, who pushed a 19-year-old girl out of a moving train between Virar and Nallasopara after she resisted in handing him money. The GRP is yet to nab the accused and claimed that the accused is the first time offender.On September 8, Komal Chavan, who works at a lottery store in Virar and was going home to Samel Pada in Nallasopara, after completing her shift at 9.30pm. She had boarded the 9.49 Virar to Churchgate local from platform no 2, and a man in his 30s boarded the compartment just as the train began to move. He demanded money forcefully from Chavan, who refused to part with it. The accused then pulled her by her hair and pushed out of the compartment door. Chavan suffered severe injuries and was rushed to a private hospital for treatment.Rajendra Bhosale, Police Inspector, Vasai GRP, said, “We have released the sketch of the offender and have formed various teams and are trying to identify the accused.””It seems that the accused is a first time offender and we will soon nab him. We have few leads in the case and we are investigating further. If anybody have identified the accused, we request them to inform the GRP,” said Bhosale.

After Ryan horror show, police verification of staff, drivers, conductors made mandatory in Lucknow schools

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> The education department of Uttar Pradesh has made police verification of the staff, bus drivers and conductors mandatory for the schools in the state capital here in the wake of the brutal murder of a seven-year-old boy in a school in Gurgaon, Haryana.”We have issued a circular for police verification of the school staff, bus drivers and conductors as most of the schools did not get the antecedents of the drivers of the school buses, private vans or autorickshaws ferrying the kids verified,” District Inspector of Schools (DIoS) Mukesh Kumar Singh told PTI.He said the schools did check the driving licence of the drivers but usually did not scrutinise their past record, which could jeopardise the safety aspects of students.Taking a serious view of the Gurgaon incident, the education department has also banned the use of smartphones by the drivers and conductors of the Lucknow schools.The schools have also been asked to ensure that sharp objects do not find their way into the vehicles ferrying the students as the class 2 boy of the Gurgaon school was found dead in the school toilet with his throat slit.The DIoS said drivers and conductors of school vehicles had been barred from using smartphones as on many occasions, they had been found to have shown “objectionable” content to the children.”We have also asked the schools to ensure that sharp- edged objects are not found in the vehicles. This will be ensured through inspection by both the schools and the education department,” he added.The education department has also asked the parents and school authorities to ensure that they do not allow minors to drive the vehicles.It has also appealed to the parents to be cautious at the time of hiring private vans for their wards.”We have sought the support of both the school management and parents for the safe transportation of children to schools,” the DIoS said.

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