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Rajasthan crime graph shows steady rise

The state that was considered one of the best for leading a secured life, could be heading for a separate path. With a population of six crore living in the state, it does not mark good to the state’s image when considering that the state stood on the fifth pedestal in the country in number of crimes committed in 2016. The statistics released by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) has shocking facts about the law and order and crime in the state.Interestingly, a dip has been registered in the incidences from 2014, 2015 and 2016. Where in 2014, a total of 2,10,418 incidences were registered, the same decreased in 2015 to 198080 incidences which in 2016 has further decreased to 180398 incidences. However, the state is still on the fifth pedestal in crimes in India.Rajasthan is the eighth state in country with most murders with 1551 murders, the state stands 10th in attempts to commit murders (1632). It is also fifth in incidences of deaths by negligence with a whopping 9345 incidents.WOMEN IN STATEWhile a pandora’s box has been opened with the movie Padmawati and various social organisations have come out openly against the movie, citing honour of women in state, the statistics paint a grim picture for women in Rajasthan. Registering fourth most crimes against women in country, in 2016 a whopping 27422 incidents were reported against women in state. Notably, this is far below the numbers for the year 2014 wherein 31216 incidents were registered, third highest in country.
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UP: After police fails to file FIR, gang-rape survivor reaches SSP’s office with ‘mutilated ear’

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A rape victim on Thursday reached the Aligarh senior superintendent of police’s office with a strange piece of evidence – a severed ear – after previous attempts of registering an FIR at police station was failed.She produced the rare piece of evidence to Superintendent of Police (rural) Yashveer Singh and complained against the police for not taking any action even after two days since she tried registering an FIR, according to a Hindustan Times report.The gang-rape victim also said that the police only made routine visit to her house to collect information. When she and her husband reached the police station to file an FIR, no action was taken but all the other formalities like sending the victim for medical examination was done.The woman was raped by four men, who made unannounced visit to her house, while she was sleeping with her children. After hearing cries, her husband, who was sleeping in a makeshift room outside the house,rushed to the scene. He was assaulted by the suspects who threatened the couple with serious consequences if they told anyone about the incident.In the midst of such drama, the victim allegedly bit off one of the suspect’s ears.Gonda police have now filed an FIR against three people, one Ravi of Dhatauli village, who was part of the crime. It was his ear who the victim has allegedly bitten, police said.

Mumbai Police to use mobile app for internal communication

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Mumbai police will be soon using a mobile application called Samvad for their internal communication. The app is now a pilot project and is being used by the Additional commissioner of Police and Deputy commissioner of Police for their internal communication.According to the police the app is being introduced to enhance the level of internal communication between all the ranks. The police believes that the app will help them to convey orders and send messages to lower ranks and also to give reports to higher rank officers.Besides communicating information, the app will also allow policemen to access police welfare schemes, workshops and health camps. It will be available in both languages English and Marathi.”The app will be available only for police men and the general public can not use it. Now the process is on of registering the police personnel who will get a link via an SMS, which will allow them to download the app through a secure channel. At the moment, the administration is adding all official data on the app”said a police officer.

Court asks for police report on Azam Khan’s remarks on Army

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A court here today asked the police to submit a report on whether an FIR was lodged against senior Samajwadi Party (SP) leader and former Uttar Pradesh minister Mohammad Azam Khan for his “derogatory” comments against the Army. The Chief Judicial Magistrate’s (in-charge) court passed the order on a complaint from the wife of an officer in the security forces. The complainant alleged that Khan, on June 28, had termed the Army personnel as “rapists”, which she said was “derogatory”. It also amounted to sedition and hence an FIR should be lodged against the SP leader, the complaint stated. Registering the application as a miscellaneous case, the court called for a report from the police station concerned as to whether an FIR had already been lodged in connection with the matter or not.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Registration officials directed to return registered docs

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Madras High Court has directed the registration authorities to return the registered sale deed documents to landowners, whose sale deeds were rejected citing objections raised under the Registration Act. The court gave the direction while observing that the officials cannot refuse to register or return registered sale deeds of land to buyers, merely because a religious institution or a local body raises objection to the same under section 22-A of Registration (Tamil Nadu Amendment) Act,2008. A division bench comprising Justices S Nagamuthu and Anita Sumanth made the observations on a batch of writ petitions filed by buyers of land. If such objections are made, the registering authority shall issue notice to parties concerned, hold an inquiry and if there is enough material to prove that the land belongs to a religious institution, he shall refuse to register such deed, it said. The bench further noted that if objections are rejected and deeds registered, remedy for the religious institution is to approach either a civil court or high court for declaration of title. When the matter came up on Friday, the petitioners had submitted that in some cases, registered sale deeds were not returned to the buyers, but, in all cases, sub-registrars had passed one-line orders of rejection. The clause, section 22-A was introduced by Tamil Nadu government to empower registrars to refuse to register sale, mortgage, exchange or lease of lands, if they belonged to local authorities or religious institutions. Recording the submissions, the bench said, “We are conscious of the fact that there is no explicit provision in the Act for issuing such notice to the parties by the registering authority and to hold summary inquiry. But, that would not deprive the parties concerned to have sufficient opportunity in principles of natural justice which is mandatory, as refusing to register a document results in civil consequences,” the judges said. Referring to the orders passed by the registering authorities, the bench said, “The orders are one-line orders which do not even contain the reasons to refuse. These are all non-speaking orders which can be classified as arbitrary orders… Arbitrariness is opposed to rule of law,” it added.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Khattar also directed the police to open legal aid clinics

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>in all districts to educate the people about legal procedures and provide necessary assistance. He also stressed the need to conduct awareness camps at 8,500 places across the State to educate people about legal aid and processes. Emphasising on the need to reform the system so that the people do not feel oppressed by the law, Khattar said that police personnel and staff manning these desks and clinics should be provided soft skill training to sensitise them, the release said. The Chief Minister also directed the officers concerned to prepare plan for promoting Aadhaar-enabled payment system in the State, besides directing Information, Public Relations and Languages Department to implement state-wide mass awareness campaign for promoting cashless transactions. He also directed the Finance Department to prepare plan for providing more incentives for cashless transactions. As many as 41 new services have been identified for addition to those already being provided by the Community Service Centres, and fee for 42 services would be revised to make the Atal Seva Kendras more economically-viable. It was also decided that revised fee and standard operating procedures would be implemented for all Registering and Licensing Authorities (RLAs) and Regional Transport Authorities in the State from April 1, it said. Automated fitness centres for vehicles would be set up in a cluster-wise manner. A model centre has already been established at Rohtak, and this would soon be inaugurated by the Chief Minister. Facilitation desks would also be set up at e-Disha centres and single window would be created for all payments. Having the standardised action taken report (ATR) format for submitting complaints on the CM’s Window, requests for clarifications had dropped by 15 per cent. Since the launch of 47 CM Windows at sub-division level, 5,000 complaints have so far been received, of which 2,000 have been disposed. As per the data analysis, the number of complaints disposed of within 60 days have increased to 60 per cent since weekly review meetings have started as compared to 30-40 per cent complaints disposed earlier, the release said. As many as 88 per cent of complaints received overall in 2016 have so far been disposed. As many as six districts have disposed of 90 per cent or more complaints. About 65 per cent of grievances have been received under 10 departments and 78 per cent of the complaints pertain to ten main issues, of which 50 per cent pertain to four issues namely delay in delivery of public services, allegations of corruption and malpractice, criminal quarrels, theft and threat, and deficiency in services, the release said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

NIA questions J&K govt employees in connection with terror funding case

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Furthering their probe into allegations of terror funding taking place through cross-Line of Control (LOC) trade routes, National Investigation Agency (NIA) questioned employees of the Trade Facilitation Centres (TFCs) in Jammu and Kashmir.NIA sources said investigators, in the past week, questioned several government employees posted at TFC in Uri area however officials did not divulge details on whether the sleuths have been able to find anything incriminating. Sources said NIA sleuths have taken possession of documents related to cross border trade, particularly the import of California Almonds (badam giri), and were currently examining the same for further leads.The probe agency in December last year had registered a case under sections of Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) to probe allegations that “large scale terror funding has been taking place using cross- LOC trade route”. The NIA believes that a percentage of profits in lieu of cross border trade is used to fund militancy in the valley.Confirming the development a senior NIA official told DNA,”The papers have been taken into our possession and our investigators will be examining the same.” According to the official questioning of government employees posted at TFC was a related to the probe but was a routine examination. TFC’s are government built facilities that overlooks trade logistic between two countries.The TFC’s located at Salamabad in Uri district of Baramulla and Chakkan-da-Bagh in district Poonch are among the facilities which have come under NIA scanner. Registering the case last month NIA had issued a statement saying, “A large scale transfer of funds from Pakistan to India has been taking place, through the import of California Almonds (badam giri) via the Cross-LoC trade mechanism through the Trade Facilitation Centres (TFCs).”This is in gross violation of the State policy of prohibition on trade in ‘third-party origin goods’ through this mechanism and Information indicated that these funds are being used for fomenting terrorism and separatism in the state of Jammu and Kashmir,” NIA had said

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