<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Dodging the police, unidentified miscreants, on intervening Tuesday night plucked an ATM machine containing about Rs 4-5 lakh installed at Central Bank of India branch on Nainwa road in Bundi and fled away by a loading transport vehicle which was also lifted from about 100 meters in the same area. Around four to five youths with covered faces were visible on the CCTV camera.On the report by the bank manager, a case has been lodged.According to Police officials, no night watchman was deployed at the ATM kiosk and the ATM was open to any kind of risk, theft or robbery like incident.The unidentified youths first disconnected the electric supply of the kiosk and plucked out the machine within minutes and fled away by a loading transport vehicle, DSP said and added a loading transport vehicle was last night also lifted (stolen) by unidentified miscreants from about 100 meters away on the same road and police is moving on the investigation with interlinking both the incidents. An employee of the bank, while on the morning walk today morning, noticed the ATM machine missing from the kiosk following which he informed the senior bank branch officials and the police, told CBI bank branch manager Pramod Kumar Ghatiya. The ATM machine, at the time of the incident, is likely to be containing about 4 to 5 lakhs as the ATM was loaded with currency notes two to three days ago, the manager said.
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Three persons today were killed and six football lovers seriously injured after lightning struck them at Tetulia under the jurisdiction of Sonardih police station in Dhanbad district, police said. Tetulia is around 30 km away from Dhanbad and victims were watching a semi-final match of a football tournament at Tetulia Khel Maidan when lightning struck them twice, a police officer said. The deceased were identified as Gopi Bhuiya (16), Akash Kumar (19) and Ashim Ansari (32), the officer said. The injured were identified as Sanjay Bhuiya, Pramod Kumar, Shankar kumar, Ritik Kumar and Saurabh Rajwar, he said. They were admitted to Nichitpur nursing home, he added. Eye witnesses said people on the ground panicked after the lightening strike. Dhulu Mahto, MLA of Baghmara, Officer-in-charge of Sonardih police station RS Sharma and Officer-in-charge of Katras Police station Sushma Kumari went to the nursing home. Mahto said he would talk to the chief minister for immediate payment of compensation to the families of the deceased persons.(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 –>Five more youths were today arrested in the connection with the molestation of two girls in this district whose video had gone viral on social media. One of the accused surrendered before the police following which he was arrested, while the other youths were apprehended in raids were carried out in various areas here, SHO Tanda Rampal Singh Bhati said. The total number of those arrested has reached ten. The case was registered against 14 youths, the police said. Two youths were arrested on Monday. One was the main accused, Shahnawaz, and the other was the youth who was shooting the video on his mobile phone, they said. One of the accused is a minor. The youths have been sent to jail after being produced before Chief Judicial Magistrate Pramod Kumar. The matter will now be presented before the CJM on June 9. Meanwhile, members of the Hindu Mahasangh staged a rally in front of the office of the superintendent of police demanding immediate arrest of the remaining youths. In the video, the group of boys could be seen waylaying two girls in a desolate village area of Tanda town in Rampur district. The boys were seen molesting and groping one of the girls. One boy even lifted her. While the girls were seen pleading with them to let them go, the boys were seen laughing and a few of them shooting the incident.(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 –>A 14-year-old boy was killed and over a dozen people were injured in an explosion during fireworks at a wedding ceremony here, police said today. The incident took place at a marriage venue on Murthal Road during marriage celebrations last evening, they said. The injured are receiving treatment at the civil hospital here. The police have lodged a case against three persons, including the marriage venue’s owner, Sadar Police Station in-charge Bijendra said. The venue’s owner, Pramod Kumar, said it was clearly stated in the agreement that those booking the marriage palace will not be allowed to bring in arms and ammunition or any kind explosive items, including firecrackers. The people who had booked the venue did not respect the agreement, he claimed. According to the post-mortem report, the boy died due to injuries to his chest, police said. The body has been handed over to his family members today, they said.(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 –>As much as 16.51 per cent cash deposits out of the total 1.09 crore deposits made across the country during the demonetisation period were now under the scanner of Income Tax (I-T) department, officials said today. Addressing a press meet here, Principal Commissioners of I-T, Thane, Sri Krishna and Pramod Kumar said notices were being sent to 18 lakh depositors across the country via e-mails and mobile messages seeking explanation about the source of funds. These form the deposits during the period of November 9 -December 30, 2016 and include deposits above Rs 5 lakh and some in the range of Rs 3 lakh to 5 lakh, they said. The government has launched the ‘Operation Clean Money’ under which “suspicious” account holders have to register themselves and explain source of funds to the I-T department. Entire process can be completed on-line and depositors need not visit I-T offices. The time limit given for the reply to notices and compliance is 10 days, Krishna and Kumar said. In case there is no compliance within 10 days, the I-T department will inspect these “suspicious” accounts and take appropriate action against the depositors, they said. It has come to notice that in some cases money had been deposited in dormant accounts. Also, in some cases cash had been put in accounts by unknown non-account holders, the I-T officials said.(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 –>The single-member judicial commission investigating the Jawahar Bagh episode, that left 29 dead in Mathura, will hold a fresh hearing from 16 to 24 January.The commission’s chief and former Allahabad High Court judge Mirza Imtiaz, and secretary Pramod Kumar Goyal will arrive in Mathura on January 16, an official release said.The commission has to submit a report in this connection to the Uttar Pradesh government on March 31.Twenty-nine people – including then SP (City) Mukul Dwivedi and Station House Officer (Farah) Santosh Yadav – were killed during clashes on June 2, 2016 between police and the supporters of cult leaderRam Vriksh Yadav who had encroached upon the 270-acre Jawahar Bagh, a government land.The probe commission was formed on June 6 and its tenure has been extended thrice.