The Uttar Pradesh government has suspended a care taker of the Noida Juvenile Home, after the media reported torture, abuse, and prevalence of disease in the home. A committee was earlier set up and three people were accused of being involved in the abuse. The government team, however, found the allegations true against only one employee, Prakash Chandra, and suspended him on Saturday.According to a senior official, the commission observed that the objective of a juvenile home was to guide youngsters found involved in criminal activities towards the correct direction for introspection and improvement. This juvenile home, however, was pushing these youngsters towards crime-oriented activities by treating them in a grossly negligent and cruel manner.“We found allegations against Chandra to be true. So, we have suspended him of his duties,” a senior official said.The affairs inside the juvenile home, located in the Old Court building in Noida’s Phase 2, came to light after a District Legal Services Authority (DLSA) inspection on October 7, in which the authority noted several serious issues, such as torture, extortion by senior inmates, and skin problems among the juveniles.During inspection, the inmates showed their injury marks and named seven “seniors” who were in cahoots with certain officials of the Home.
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<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The CRPF s Jharkhand Sector today observed the International Women’s Day by entrusting important duties such camp security management, manning the control room to women officers and personnel. To mark empowerment of women, duties such as, camp security management, functioning of control room and other important duties in the sector headquarters were entrusted to the women officers/personnel posted in this sector, said a press release. The objective was to dispel the impact of gender bias and to empower women in increasing their contribution in building a strong nation, Deputy Commandant (Public Relations Officer) Prakash Chandra Badal said in the release.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Both Congress and BJP in Uttarakhand have expelled a number of rebels contesting against official nominees fielded by the two parties for the February 15 assembly polls in the state. They were expelled for six years for breach of discipline as they refused to listen to their respective party leaderships and did not withdraw from the fray in favour of official nominees on the last day for withdrawal of nominations yesterday. While Congress expelled 24 rebels which includes Aryendra Sharma who is contesting as an Independent against PCC chief Kishore Upadhyay from Sahaspur in Dehradun district and former cabinet minister Shoorveer Singh Sajwan from Devprayag, the BJP has expelled 17 rebels. Expelled rebel Congress leaders apart from Sharma and Sajwan are Laxman Singh Negi, Navin Bisht, Haji Noor Hasan, Rajni Rawat, Ramsingh Kaida, Gopal Chamoli, Murarilal Khandwal, Vijay Pal Singh, Jitendra Tiwari, Brij Rani, Ravish Bhatija, K L Arya, Harendra Singh Bora, Devkinandan Shah, Renu Bisht, Kuber Singh Kathayat, Pradip Thapaliyal, Prakash Chandra Ramola, Vipul Jain, Arjun Sonkar, T C Bharti and Sarika Pradhan. Rebels expelled by the BJP are Surat Ram Nautiyal, Asha Nautiyal, Dhanilal Shah, Premlal Trikutiya, Om Gopal Rawat, Rajeshwar Prasad Painuli, Lakshmi Aggarwal, Sandip Gupta, Ravindra Paniyala, Kushalpal Saini, Kavindra Ishtwal, Kishan Singh Bhandari, Pramod Nainwal, Hem Arya, Harnedra Singh Darmyal, Kumari Seema Chauhan and Rajiv Aggarwal.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)