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French tourists assaulted in Mirzapur: Sushma Swaraj seeks report from UP government

Minister of External Affairs (MEA) Sushma Swaraj on Monday sought a report from the Uttar Pradesh government on thethrashing of French tourists in state’s Mirzapur district.”I have asked for a report from Government of Uttar Pradesh,” Swaraj tweeted.Earlier on Sunday, eight people were arrested in connection with the thrashing of French tourists. A group of foreign tourists from France were allegedly beaten up and molested in Ahraura area of Mirzapur in Uttar Pradesh by a group of local boys. About a dozen French tourists had come to visit Varanasi. On Saturday, they visited a natural waterfall in Lekhania Dari under Ahraura police station in Mirzapur along with an Indian friend. While they were enjoying their visit, three local guys passed lewd remarks on girls and abused them.When French nationals objected, it led to an argument and soon tuned into a fight. Since the locals were less in numbers they left and again returned with 10 more local guys who thrashed French tourists. In the fight a French tourist sustained injuries on his hands, face and neck. The French nationals’ Indian friend told mediapersons that she was also abused, molested and beaten when she tried to stop them from attacking foreign tourists. She alleged that the attackers used sticks to beat them. They were taken to the hospital and given first aid.Also readUttar Pradesh: French tourists molested, thrashed in Mirzapur, eight accused nabbed The SHO Ahraura Police Station Praveen Singh said that an FIR has been registered against 13 people and they have already arrested eight He, however, denied that anyone was seriously injured in the attack. “Only one of them sustained minor bruises and scratches and was given first aid at the Mirzapur Hospital,” clarified the SHO.The DGP Sulkhan Singh has directed the Mirzapur police to arrest remaining accused and take strict action against them. A few months ago, the DGP had suggested CCTV cameras at tourist spots to check such incidents but no headway has been made so far. A German national was thrashed by a railway contractor at Sonebhadra Railway station on November 6 when he ignored greetings of the contractor. The accused was immediately arrested by the police.A Swiss couple was attacked in Fatehpur Sikri in Agra about two months ago by a group of local touts pressing for photographs. The Swiss man had suffered fractures in the attack and couple was treated at Delhi’s Apollo Hospital. Police rounded up about 50 touts and arrested a couple of them involved in the attack after public outrage over the incident. A Russian woman was allegedly raped by a bank manager in Vrindavan in Mathura in October. The bank manager was arrested after she lodged an FIR with the Mathura Police.

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Gurgaon: Woman allegedly molested, thrown out of a moving cab

A woman has alleged that she was molested and thrown out of a moving cab by three men on the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway here but the police ‘forced’ her to file a case of robbery only.However, Gurgaon Police Chief PRO Manish Sehgal, while reacting to the allegation, said the woman had only filed a complaint related to robbery and there was no mention of rape attempt and molestation.An SHO and a woman counsellor have approached the complainant again to know the details of the incident, the PRO said.The woman (30), a native of Himachal Pradesh’s Kangra district who works, said the incident took place on Thursday around 8 pm after she left office and took a private cab from busy Shankar Chowk of neighbouring Gurgaon for Hero Honda Chowk.”While I was waiting for a cab, a taxi stopped near me. I asked the cab driver to drop me at Hero Honda Chowk. I didn’t suspect on the intention of two persons already sitting in it as they appeared as passengers,” She said.”Near Jharsa Chowk, the three men, including the driver, started molesting me. When I resisted their attempts and tried to raise alarm, they tied my hands and legs and choked me,” the woman who works as an executive said.They attempted to rape her too, she said.”In the meantime, two bike-borne police personnel appeared near the spot. After which the trio panicked and sped towards Rajiv Chowk. They then snatched my phone and wallet and threw me out of the moving cab near Rajiv Chowk. They then escaped from the spot,” the victim said.With the help of a passerby, she informed her husband and the couple later approached the Sector-40 police station.”Initially, the police officers did not file FIR of molestation and relevant charges and tried to hush-up the matter by saying that they will visit the spot,” the victim said.”They made us to wait for nearly two hours at the police station and asked to show evidence of molestation. They then forced us to give a complaint of robbery and registered an FIR on the basis of it,” she added.ACP Manish Sehgal told PTI, “The couple gave complaint of mobile and cash theft and we have registered the FIR accordingly. They are satisfied with the police probe.He claimed that the couple in the complaint did not mention any use of force, molestation, rape attempt by the accused.”We have no knowledge of use of any force or molestation.The SHO and woman counsellor also approached and counselled her today asking her to narrate if she was molested.”We are investigating all the angles of the case,” the ACP said.

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Dalits flee Uttarakhand village after youth goes missing following clash

The disappearance of a Dalit youth following a clash between two groups in a remote village of Tehri district in Uttarakhand has prompted 30 other Dalit residents to vacate their houses and take shelter at the block headquarters, police said today. “Dalits of Gangi village, including women and children, have taken refuge at Bhilangana block headquarters citing threat to their lives following the clash. They have refused to go back until the youth is recovered and the accused arrested,” Ghansali SHO Mohammad Akram said. A clash erupted in the village on December 1 after a Dalit youth, named Rakesh, who was supposed to play the ‘dhol’ at a wedding in an upper caste family did not turn up. Also readGujarat Dalits form federation, draft manifesto to press for demandsWhen the groom’s mother went to Rakesh’s place, the youth allegedly kicked her out of the house, the SHO said, quoting a report lodged a day later by a member of the groom’s family. On December 3, Rakesh’s father Sohan Lal and another villager reported that he was missing. They also accused members of the upper caste family of thrashing them and vandalising their houses, the SHO said. Also readCentre offers Rs 2.5 lakh for every inter-caste marriage involving a DalitAkram added efforts were underway to trace the missing youth. District Magistrate Sonika said SDM Ghansali was asked to submit a report in connection with the incident.
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Ex-husband stabs woman for claiming money to wed daughter

A woman was allegedly stabbed by her ex-husband and his kin on Saturday, when she asked him to give some money for marrying off their 18-year-old daughter. The incident took place outside a district court in Surajpur, Greater Noida. Police are trying to trace the assailants.According to senior police officers, the incident took place around 5 pm on Saturday, when the 35-year-old woman who had gone to the court to attend a hearing of her case. It was when she was exiting the court that a group of men attacked her with a knife. She claimed that her former husband and his brothers were a part of the group. Police say that the woman was stabbed on her back and also sustained injuries on her hand.Afsana, the victim, then cried for help and managed to gather locals. She also called up the police, but by the time the police team arrived at the spot, the accused had fled.”The victim was married to one Aslam, a resident of Jewar, two decades ago, and has an 18-year-old daughter from him. Later, due to differences, the couple sought a divorce, following which the woman took custody of the daughter identified as Fiza. Both of them are now married to different persons.”Afsana also told police that she was arranging for their daughter’s wedding and had filed a case against the ex-husband for refusing to provide any financial help,” said a senior police officer.Girish Kumar Kotiya, SHO, Surajpur, said, “The woman told us that her ex-husband refused to cough up the necessary amount and threatened to kill her. The matter is being probed from all possible angles and CCTV footage from the vicinity are also being checked to ascertain the sequence of events. “The woman also told police that after the hearing of her case, Aslam, along with three of his relatives identified as Wasim, Mannu, and Islam intercepted her outside the court. “She was asked to sit in a car. On refusing to do that and raising an alarm, her former husband attacked her with a knife,” he said.
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Youth dies in Kota after falling in well

A 20-year-old youth on Wednesday morning was killed while his 22 years old friend was rescued after they had accidentally fallen into a deep well in an agriculture field near Bishniya Khedi village of Kota district.The two youths along with three other friends at around 2.30 today morning had boarded a passenger train from Kota Railway Station for Ramganjmandi town but being in sleep, missed to get off at station following which they pulled the chain to stop the train and got off near Bishniya Khedi village.The two fell into the well while they were crossing the agriculture field.Five friends, all catering labourers from Kota city, were travelling to Ramganjmandi town at around 2.30 today early morning, told Manoj Sikerwal, SHO at Ramganjmandi police station.The five missed to get off the train at Ramganjmandi railway station following which they pulled the chain and jumped into an agriculture field near village, he said adding two of the five youths identified as Aniket Bairwa and Rajesh Prajapat), both residents of in Kota, could not notice the well in the field due to darkness and fell into the deep well.Police on information reached the spot and two constables climbed down into the well with ropes and succeeded to rescue but Aniket’s body had drowned deep into the water.
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Hawk flies in from Pak with ‘object’

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A hawk fitted with a small “device” was spotted and captured near Sriganganagar town. This has sent shock ripples across the area. The device attached to the bird appears to be some sort of a transmitter. The authorities are planning to conduct an X-ray of it to ensure if any more smaller devices have been implanted into it.The hawk was spotted and captured in village 1V near Sriganganagar town when farmers working in the fields saw the hawk preying on a smaller bird. “The farmers noticed a shiny object attached to the bird. The Kesrisinghpura police was immediately informed,” said Ved Prakash lakhotiya, Station House Officer, Kesrisinghpura police station.Meanwhile, the information was shared with senior officials anmd other security agencies.“The device was removed and sent for investigation. An FSL investigation will reveal if any spying activities were being carried out. There are falconry games organised on the other side of border in which the hawk that goes farthest wins. There is a possibility of the device being used to keep track of the bird. However, an FSL report would clearly reveal nature of the device” the SHO informed.The bird was handed over to the Forest Department at Sriganganagar. There are plans to take the hawk to Bikaner. “We want to ensure that no chips or similar smaller devices are embedded inside the bird and for this an X-ray/scan is a must. Such an X-ray machine for veterinary purposes is available at Veterinary college at Bikaner and the bird will be sent there,” Lakhotiya said.

Shocking: Army jawan in Rajasthan drowns three-day-old daughter in a bucket of water

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>An Army jawan allegedly drowned his three-day-old daughter in a bucket of water in a village in Rajasthan’s Churu district, police said today.The accused Ashok Jat allegedly drowned the infant yesterday inside his house in Ghasla Aguna village and buried her body, a police official said.The infant was born on Tuesday to the couple who have another daughter, the official said. “Jat’s wife Priyanka informed us about the incident following which an FIR was registered. The body was exhumed in the presence of the SDM for post-mortem yesterday,” Ramchadra, SHO Tara Nagar police station, said.No arrest has been made so far and the matter is under investigation, the SHO said.

Watch: 15 people injured as gas balloons explode at function in Chandigarh

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>At least 15 people were injured in a gas balloon blast at a function in Chandigarh on Sunday evening.The incident took place during the annual function of Kota-based Allen Career Institute, which trains students for engineering and medical entrance examinations.Ten students and five teachers were injured when around 150 balloons filled with acetylene exploded on the ground opposite the gurdwara at Sector 34.The injured were rushed to Government Medical College and Hospital.“None of the injured has filed any complaint. We are still deciding if any action needs to be initiated,” Station House Officer (SHO) Ajay Kumar told Hindustan Times.

J&K police personnel to get bullet-proof vehicles soon: Rajnath Singh

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Centre has allocated funds for the purchase of bullet-proof vehicles for Jammu and Kashmir Police personnel, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said during his interaction with cops in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district on Sunday.His announcement comes in the wake of the killing of six police personnel, including SHO Feroz Ahmad, in Achabal area of Anantnag district on June 16. The slain SHO had requisitioned a bullet-proof vehicle in view of the danger posed by militants in south Kashmir, but was not provided one.”We have allocated funds for purchase of bullet-proof vehicles for Jammu and Kashmir police,” Singh said in Anantnag, 52 kilometres from here.The home minister also said the Centre has approved funds for opening a trauma centre for police personnel and lauded them for working in the “extremely challenging conditions” in the Valley.He paid tributes to the sacrifice made by ASI Abdul Rasheed and constable Imtiyaz who were killed in militant attacks in south Kashmir recently.”Their supreme sacrifices have been made for Kashmir. We are proud of the police personnel. You are working in extremely challenging conditions here. I do not have words to praise the bravery of our brave personnel from Jammu and Kashmir police. Even the Prime Minister has praised your courage,” he said.Underlining the priority attached by the Centre to Kashmir, Singh said no other home minister had ever visited the state so frequently. “I have come to the state the fifth time within an year or so.”The home minister said he had come with an open mind and was willing to interact with anyone who wanted to help in resolving the problems facing Kashmir.Singh will interact with CRPF personnel in Anantnag and is scheduled to chair a security review meeting here later in the day.

2 Zambian nationals among 3 held on theft charges: Police

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Three people, including two Zambian nationals, were arrested here for allegedly stealing motorcycles, laptop and other items and selling them, police said today. Sadar Station House Officer (SHO) Inspector Lakhvir Singh said the accused were identified as Joey Mrula, Alan Machile, both from Zambia, and Aman Bagga from Fateh Singh Nagar in Punjab. He said they were operating in Kapurthala and adjoining districts, including Jalandhar. Four motorcycles, one laptop, two mobile phones and two wrist watches, all allegedly stolen by them, were recovered from the accused, he said. He said the Zambian nationals were former students of a private university here and were staying in its neighbourhood after completion of their degrees. They were nabbed when they were waiting for a customer for selling two stolen bikes in Maheru village, he said. They were booked under sections 379 (punishment for theft) and 411 (dishonestly receiving stolen property) of IPC, said the SHO.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

50-yr-old woman stabbed to death by son

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In a fit of anger, a 25-year-old man allegedly stabbed his 50-year-old mother to death after a minor spat this morning in the district’s Kaithoon town, the police said. The woman was a teacher at a government school in Barodiya village, SHO at the Kaithoon Police Station Pushpendra Singh Hada said. The man stabbed the woman in her neck and she died on the spot, he said. His family members, including his father, were present in the house at the time of the incident, the SHO said. The police have booked him under section 302 (murder) of the IPC. He was arrested immediately after the incident, he said. The body was handed over to family members after postmortem and the matter is being investigated, the officer said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Married woman dies in Kota, case lodged against husband

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 22-year-old married woman died this morning in her in-laws’ house in Kanwas town here under mysterious circumstances following which a case of dowry death was lodged against her husband and two others, police said. Divya alias Damyanti Kumawat, wife of Mahendra Kumawat, died under suspicious circumstances this morning, Kanwas Police Station SHO Shyam Vishnoi said. Her father alleged that her husband and in-laws had been torturing and harassing her for a car and dowry ever since her wedding in May 2016, the SHO said. He alleged that her husband had also threated to divorce her. The SHO said her in-laws made a call to her father this morning claiming that Divya was unwell. When he reached their house, he found her body lying on the veranda. Following the father’s complaint, a case of dowry death was lodged against the husband, mother-in-law and sister-in- law, the SHO said. The body was handed over to her family members after post-mortem, he added. He said the accused have been detained for interrogation and an investigation into the matter is underway.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Man arrested for attempt to rape 10-year-old girl

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 20-year-old man was arrested today for allegedly attempting rape on a 10-year-old girl in Charthawal village in the district, the police said. Durga Singh allegedly tried to rape the girl, who was playing outside her home, after luring her to another house nearby, they said. The minor girl then cried for help hearing which some villagers rushed to the house and rescued her. They also caught the accused and handed him over to the police, SHO of the Charthawal police station, D K Singh said. A case has been registered on the complaint of the victim’s father, he said adding further probe is on.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Woman kills daughers; makes bid to end life

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A woman allegedly killed her two daughters by throwing them into a pond in village Kishanpur near Chaheru here and then tried to end her own life, the police said. She tried to hang herself to a tree with a dupatta but the branch could not bear her weight, Station House Officer (SHO) Inspector Lakhvir Singh said. Before she could make the second attempt, the village watchman noticed it and raised an alarm, he said. However, her two daughters, aged 3 and 1, did not survive, he said. The woman was arrested and was booked under section 302 (pertaining to murder) of the IPC, the SHO said. He said the woman belonged to Tejpur in Assam. Her husband had allegedly deserted her a few days ago on the pretext that the two girls were not his daughters, the woman told the police, Singh said. Upset at his action, the woman allegedly threw her daughters into village pond where they drowned, he said. The bodies were bought to civil hospital for post-mortem, the police said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Mandawli SHO sent to police lines

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The station house officer of Mandawli police station here has been sent to district police lines, while four other personnel were suspended for failing to curb gambling activities under their jurisdiction, police said today. The orders were issued by Deputy Commissioner of Police (East) Omvir Singh yesterday. “Subhash Chandra Meena, Mandawli SHO was sent to district lines. Four personnel, including a sub-inspector, have been suspended,” said a senior police officer. “It was found that gambling activities were going on in the area. However, the police personnel failed to curb such activities,” he said. An inquiry has been ordered in the matter, the officer added.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Man kills woman after her brother eloped with his sister

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A man has allegedly killed a woman after her brother eloped with his sister in Moosli village here, police said today. The woman’s mother was also injured and battling for her life, they said. Pawan Kumar axed to death Bichhu (26) and critically injured her mother Murti Devi (56) on the intervening night of August 10 and 11, Ellenabad Station House officer (SHO) Subash Chander said. Pawan committed the crime as he was disapproved of his sister getting married to Bichhu’s brother in June against the wishes of the family. “Both Bichhu’s brother Dharampal and Pawan’s sister Rachna are major and got married against the wishes of their families,” he said. Pawan was arrested and charged with murder, attempt to murder and trespass, the officer said. Pawan used a spade to kill Bichhu and critically injure her mother by entering their house, police added.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Man alleges uncle died as BJP leader held up ambulance

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Police have launched a probe after a man claimed that his uncle died while being rushed to a hospital as a local BJP leader held up the ambulance following a minor crash involving his car. Arun Kumar in a complaint claimed he was taking his uncle, aged around 45, to a cardiologist in an ambulance when it hit the car of the BJP leader from Fatehabad at a roundabout, the SHO of the Fatehabad city police station, Atma Ram, said. “The complaint alleged that the BJP municipal council leader allegedly stopped the ambulance for a few minutes after it hit his car. The patient allegedly died as he could not get timely treatment,” he said. “Police have taken cognisance of the complaint and we are probing the matter. However, no case has been registered so far,” Ram said. The BJP leader, however, has trashed the allegations, saying he had a word with the ambulance’s driver after it reached the hospital. He told reporters in Fatehabad that the ambulance hit his car from behind near the old bus stand. He said he asked the ambulance driver to leave immediately on finding it was carrying a patient.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Rajasthan: Five persons were run over by a speeding train at Sawimadhopur Railway Station

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> Five persons were run over by a speeding train at Sawimadhopur Railway Station in Rajasthan today.Two others were injured in the incident, railway police said.The victims were passengers of the Jaipur-Bayana Express which halted at platform no. 1.Few passengers got down from the train on the railway track side instead of the platform side and were run over by the Gandhidham-Howrah superfast express which was passing at a high speed from the station, the SHO of GRP Railway station Kishanlal said.Four of the five deceased were identified as Kamal (19), Nitesh (14), Man Singh and Mukesh (both 35), he said.

Father of boy, who drowned, beats up watershed dept engineer

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A junior engineer was allegedly beaten up today by a man whose son had drowned into a water reservoir in Bundi district’s Dugari village, police said. The accused, Ghasilal Khateek, after an argument, manhandled the victim, Than Mal Nagar. The engineer was in the village this morning to click pictures of the reservoir, SHO at Nainwa Police Station Lakhan Lal Meena said “Khateek has been booked under relevant sections of the IPC. He has apparently alleged that his son drowned as the watershed department had not put a safety fence around the reservoir,” the officer said. The accused fled the village after the incident and efforts are underway to nab him, Meena said. Nagar is posted with the department’s office in Nainwa sub-division. He somehow managed to save himself and flee the spot, he said. The boy was among four children who died after drowning in the reservoir on July 16, Meena said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

2 killed, several injured in bus-tractor collision in UP

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A bus turned turtle after it collided with a tractor in Bidoli village on Meerut-Karnal highway in Shamli district today, killing two people and injuring several others. The two were killed as they came under the bus after the huge impact, said SHO Bhagat Singh, adding their bodies were recovered with the help of a crane later. At least 50 people were injured and rushed to a hospital where 25 of them were stated to be critical, he said. The incident took place when the bus was on its way to Jalandhar from Bahraich district. The deceased were identified as Parvesh (30) and Praveen (28). Senior police officials rushed to the spot after getting the information, said Singh.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Raj: Drunk man kills nephew with sharp-edged weapon

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 25-year-old man was killed allegedly by his uncle who was in an inebriated state, in in Chaupela village of Pali district, police said today. Following a dispute, Babulal Bheel (50) attacked his nephew Chunnilal Bheel with a sharp-edged weapon last night, police said. The body has been kept in mortuary for post mortem. The accused has been booked under section 302 of IPC (Punishment for murder), Rajuram, SHO Khinwara said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Rajasthan: Police constable, man killed in road accident

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A constable of the Rajasthan Police and a 37-year-old man were killed today after their motorcycle was hit by a private bus in Sadar area of Nagaur district. The bus travelling from Deh to Nagaur rammed into the two-wheeler near Amarpura village, killing constable Khojaram Meghwal (47) and Ramchandra Meghwal on the spot, Sadar SHO Ramveer Singh said. The bus driver fled from the spot after the accident. A case has been lodged and hunt is on to nab him, he said. The bodies were handed over to the family members after post mortem, Singh said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Mother kills children, commits suicide in Rajasthan

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 33-year-old woman allegedly committed suicide after killing her two children today in Rajasthan’s Jhunjhunu district, police. Anita Kanwar, a resident of Surjanpura village allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself from a ceiling fan after strangling her daughter Babita(4) and son Chintu (2), Udaipurvati SHO Rajendra Singh said. The husband of the deceased and their other son were allegedly not at their home when the incident took place. The incident came to light after Kanwar’s mother-in-law informed the police after reaching home.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Advocate beaten to death by a group of people in Vaishali

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>An advocate was beaten to death while his associate was injured by a group of people following an altercation between two groups of people over a piece of land in Bihar’s Vaishali district today. The incident occurred at Digghi village under Sadar police station of the district. Sadar police station SHO Chittaranjan Thakur said that the deceased has been identified as Rajiv Kumar Sharma (40) while his associate, who sustained injuries in the incident, has been identified as Sanjay Kumar. Both Sharma and Kumar were attacked by lathi and iron rod by a group of 20 people, he said. Sharma and Kumar used to practise at civil court at Hajipur, SHO said adding that Kumar has been admitted to sadar hospital. Advocates of Hajipur civil court boycotted the work and protested against the incident with the body on Sonepur-Hajipur main road, thus hampering the vehicular movement on the stretch for around five hours, SHO said and added that later blockade was lifted after the intervention of the administration. An FIR is being lodged in this connection, he said. Police have arrested three women in this connection and they are being interrogated at present, he said and added that police are making all efforts to nab the others.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Rajasthan: Rescue operations on to trace missing officer

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Rescue operations were underway for the second day today to locate the body of Sub Divisional Officer Rameshwar Meena whose official jeep was swept away while crossing a bridge over a swollen river. “More than 50 people of rescue teams with boats and divers are engaged in rescue operations but the body cannot be found,” SHO Kalinjara Police Station Ravindra Singh said. “The river is swift and it is most likely that the body has been swept far away,” Singh said. He said locals were also assisting in rescue operations. Meena was going to Kushalgarh from Banswara in the jeep along with his driver when the there was an increase in flow of the water and the vehicle was swept away. The driver was rescued after a distance of nearly a kilometer. Meena was 59 years old and was due to retire in a few months.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

7 policemen injured in stone-pelting in UP’s Muzaffarnagar

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Seven policemen were injured when a mob allegedly pelted them with stones during a protest against an anti-encroachment drive in the district, police said today. A police team yesterday went to Toda village to remove encroachments on a street when the protesters started hurling stones at them, station house officer (SHO) Amardeep Lal said. “A case has been registered against 55 people, while four persons have been arrested till now,” said the SHO, adding that a police constable, posted elsewhere, was also involved in the attack. The injured policemen, including two sub-inspectors, have been admitted to a hospital.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

J&K police bust Lashkar-e-Taiba module, arrests UP resident

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Jammu and Kashmir police have busted a major Lashkar-e-Taiba module and arrested two militants including a Hindu ultra from Uttar Pradesh in south Kashmir district of Anantnag.Sandeep Kumar Sharma alias Adil and Muneeb Shah of Kulgam was arrested by the police after a tip off about their involvement in several terror cases in south Kashmir.Sharma was a close aide of slain militant commander Bashir Lashkari who was involved in the killing of SHO Achabal Feroz Ahmad Dar and his five cops.In fact Sharma and Shah were part of the Lashkari led group who ambushed the vehicle of Dar at Thajwara on June 16 killing SHO and his five cops in cold blood. Lashkari and his Pakistani aide Abu Maaz was neutralized recently by the security forces and Sharma and Shah were on the run.“He (Sharma) joined Bashir Lashkar of LeT and worked as his key aide. He was present in a house at Brinty Dailgam when the encounter took place on July 1 in which Lashkari and Abdu Maaz were killed. During the encounter he was rescued along with other members of the family by the police”, said Munir Ahmad Khan, Inspector General of Police, Kashmir zone.On further enquiry, Khan said it was revealed that Sharma along with other individual hatched a criminal conspiracy for providing shelter, ferrying of terrorists from one place to other and actively participating in the terrorists cases.IGP Kashmir said the investigation is in process and the duo has been arrested. “On the direction of LeT the subject (Sharma) along with his associates received terrorists and dropped them at different sites for the terror action in south Kashmir. He also concealed weapons looted from police guards in a vehicle and shifted them to difference locations on the directions of LeT”, he said.Khan said investigation so far conducted has revealed that LeT in league with criminal network is raising money for terror activities by looting banks and ATMs in the south Kashmir region.

BJP worker held for duping man on false promise of job to wife

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A BJP worker has been arrested from the district for allegedly duping his colleague on the false promise of giving a government job to his wife by claiming to be the representative of Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh, police said today. The accused- Netram Chauhan (38)- was arrested yesterday from Saraitola village under Kotra Road police station limits and cash of Rs 20,000 was recovered from him. The action was taken based on the complaint lodged by the victim Dilip Kumar (26), Station House Officer (SHO) Kotra Road Salim Tigga said. “As per the complaint, Chauhan, who works as a driver with a steel industry here, had promised his colleague Dilip Kumar that he would provide a job to his wife. He demanded Rs 3 lakh from him for the purpose,” he said. On May 23 this year, the complainant gave Rs 20,000 to Chauhan along with educational qualification certificates and other documents of his wife. That time, Chauhan assured him of getting the appointment letter within 10 days, the officer said. When Dilip did not receive any appointment letter within the promised time, he contacted Chauhan. However, the latter assured him that his money was with him and his wife would get the job next year. “When he realised that he has been duped, Dilip filed a police complaint,” the SHO added. The accused was arrested from his village under section 420 (cheating) of the IPC and Rs 20,000 was seized from him, he said. Chauhan was produced in a local court yesterday, which sent him to judicial remand for 14 days, the SHO said. According to police, Chauhan is a local BJP worker and has duped several people on the pretext of providing jobs posing himself as the representative of the chief minister. Further investigation is on, police said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Noida: 2 women arrested for duping IPS officer’s brother

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Two women were arrested here today for allegedly duping the brother of an IPS officer of Punjab of Rs 84 lakh, police said. Ritu Malhotra and Pooja Sharma were arrested from sector 31 by a team of Punjab police, SHO, Anil Shahi said. The victim, Rajkumar, had lodged a report in Mohali alleging that representatives of a company had approached him and told him they buy gold and sell it off at profit and they pass on profit to company s investors. He had invested Rs. 84 lakh in the company in 2014. Later, company promoters had closed the office and fled.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Bikers shoot biz man dead

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A businessman was shot dead by two unidentified miscreants on a bike on Monday when he resisted their attempt to rob him in Bhojpur village, located in Ghaziabad.The victim has been identified as Brijesh Kumar, 25, a businessman from Ghaziabad.Police stated that the incident took place around 2 pm when Kumar along his wife went from their home in Modi Nagar to Bhojpur village on a bike. They were going to attend a family function.”We were going to the village to attend our relative’s function and had a bag of cash with us. When we got near Bhojpur village, two unidentified men on a bike started following us and were continuously driving side by side with us,” said Kumar’s wife who refused to give her name.”After some time, they stopped us in a deserted area and tried to snatch the cash. After an altercation, they fired a bullet at my husband and fled from the spot,” she added.A PCR call was made and the police reached the spot. The victim was rushed to a nearby hospital where he later succumbed to his injuries.”The miscreants had their face covered so their faces could not be seen. We have registered a case of murder against two unknown people. Kumar had lost a lot of blood due to which he succumbed to his injuries,” said RK Rathi, SHO, Bhojpur.

Drunk relative of politician abuses cops in Gurgaon

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The relative of a Haryana politician allegedly abused traffic policemen in an inebriated state when his car was stopped at a checkpost during a drive against drunken driving here, officials said. Police officials said his vehicle was impounded but he was let off with a warning. The incident took place yesterday morning outside Sahara Mall. The man, in his mid-30s, even refused to undergo breathalyser test. Sector 29 police station SHO Vikas Kaushik said that the vehicle was impounded, but an FIR was not registered in the matter. According to eyewitnesses and police sources, the man created a ruckus after his car was stopped for a routine check. He flaunted his political connections and abused the policemen, they said. He smashed a beer bottle in his head and alleged that police personnel had hit him with a baton, a police official said. He also showed cut marks in his forehead to the policemen present there. “The cut marks shown by him were not inflicted by baton charge,” the traffic police in-charge present at the spot said. The whole episode was videographed as police record such drives against drunken driving. The PRO of Gurgaon police said that the gravity of the incident was not so serious and therefore, he was let off after warning.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

3 men die of asphyxiation trying to rescue calf from deep well

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Three men died of asphyxiation when they went down a 60-foot well to rescue a calf in Mangrole area of Baran district, police said today. The calf had fallen in the abandoned well in an agricultural field in Rawal-Jawal village yesterday evening. Six people went down the well to rescue the calf. While three people died of asphyxiation, three others were pulled out by villagers in unconscious state. The deceased were identified as Rameshwar Mali (25), Jitendra alias Jitu Mali (19) and Om Prakesh Mali (45), Mangrole police station SHO Jagdish Prasad said. The injured were rushed to a local hospital from where one of them, Raju, was referred to Mharao Bheem Singh (MBS) Hospital in Kota, he said. Several villagers, who had rushed to the well after the incident was reported, were also affected by the poisonous gas emitting out of the well and complained of vomiting and irritation, the SHO said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Uttar Pradesh: Under Yogi rule, cop brutally killed, service pistol looted

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In what appears to be an open challenge to cops in Uttar Pradesh, unidentified assailants brutally killed a sub-inspector rank police officer and looted his service pistol in Bijnor district late on Friday night.According to reports, the body of SC Malik, a Station House Officer (SHO), posted at Balawali under Mandawar Police Station in Bijnor, was found in a sugarcane field. Malik had left Mandawar Police Station at around 8 pm for the Balawali police post and was reportedly attacked by unidentified assailants when he reached Gopalpur village.The cop’s throat was slit and fingers chopped off with sharp-edged weapons. After killing him, the assailants threw his body in a sugarcane field and escaped with his service pistol. The SHO’s family in Meerut has been informed about his death.“His body bore many injury marks with sharp-edged weapons. His service pistol is also missing. We have sought his mobile call details to gather some clues,” said SP Bijnor Atul Sharma. The District Magistrate Jagat Raj said that the police have taken the case as a challenge.Despite tall claims made by the Yogi government, the state is still grappling with a deteriorating law and order situation.

Top LeT militant trapped in security farces’ cordon: Police

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A top Lashkar-e-Taiba militant, involved in the killing of six policemen last month, was among the four ultras trapped in a security forces’ cordon in Anantnag district of Kashmir where a civilian woman died in crossfire today, police said. “Bashir Lakshari and three terrorists are trapped in the security forces cordon in village Brenti in Anantnag. The trapped ultras were involved in the killing of an SHO and five other policemen in Achabal area of south Kashmir on June 16,” a police spokesman said. A woman was killed after she was caught in the exchange of fire between security forces and the militants during the operation. Tahira, 44, sustained injuries during the encounter and was rushed to the district hospital, where she died later, officials said. Security forces launched a cordon-and-search operation in Brenti-Batpora in Anantnag early today after they received information about the presence of the militants, a police official said. He said the search operation turned into an encounter after the militants opened fire on the security forces. A police spokesman said the militants were using civilians as human shields and that efforts were on to rescue them. The operation was still on. On June 16, SHO Feroz Ahmed and five other policemen were killed on the outskirts of Anantnag district.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Workers ransack Priyagold unit,17 held

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>At least 17 people have been arrested and 300 others have been booked for rioting and creating a ruckus at the factory premises of Priyagold Biscuits in the Udyog Vihar area of Greater Noida on Thursday.The incident occurred after news spread that an official had slapped a labourer. This was followed by labourers gathering and creating violence inside the company. “We have arrested 17 labourers of the company and have lodged an FIR against 300 unknown people for damaging, rioting and unlawful assembly,” said SHO, Surajpur, Manish Saxena.The mob ransacked the office premises on the ground and first floor, broke down windows of the office building, damaged cars parked on the premises and had a scuffle with the management staff. Company officials said that the mob was instigated by some outsiders.Police teams tried to control the mob which had gone unruly but stones were pelted at them when they tried to intervene.Meanwhile, the general manager of the company denied all the allegations of a company official slapping a labourer.”The workers were annoyed with some issue. They were alleging that some officers favoured another group which is a non- issue. They have damaged a lot of the property and even manhandled the company’s officials,” said DK Tyagi, General Manager, Priyagold Biscuits.He added “We have filed our complaint as we have around 1000 workers so we can’t identify who were actually involved in the violence.”

Out to defecate, 16-year-old raped, murdered in Rajasthan

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 16-year-old girl, who had gone to defecate in a field, was allegedly raped and murdered in a village in Rajasthan’s Baran district, police said today. The victim’s father in his complaint said his daughter was found naked and seriously injured by villagers behind a power-house near his house on Tuesday night, SHO at Narghgarh Police Station, Mukesh Meena, said. The officer said she was rushed by locals to a government hospital where doctors declared her brought dead. “The complaint was lodged yesterday and after post-mortem the body was handed over to the family,” the SHO said. “The father has claimed that a youth was seen standing near the body. But he fled the spot after seeing people approaching him,” Meena said. The complainant said his daughter had gone to defecate at a nearby field at around 11 pm on Tuesday when the youth caught hold of her and then raped her, the officer said. The accused, who is absconding, has been booked under relevant sections of the IPC, including rape and murder, and provision of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses Act, the SHO said. The matter is being investigated, he said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Teenage boy dies after performing dangerous stunt in Haryana

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 17-year-old boy, son of a daily wager, lost his life after being made to perform a dangerous stunt of burying himself in a sandpit for an entire day in a village in Panipat’s Samalkha town. “Sumit was buried in the five-foot-deep pit when the stunt started on June 24 evening and also tied up in a sack and wooden planks were nailed on top. “When he was brought out the next day, he was unconscious, but after being taken to a hospital in Panipat district, he was declared as dead on arrival,” Samalkha Police Station’s SHO, Jitender Singh said today. A case of culpable homicide not amounting to murder has been registered against five persons, including the main organiser of the stunt show, he said. The boy’s family has alleged that the organisers had delayed in rushing him to hospital immediately. The SHO said that once the hospital authorities declared the teenager as dead, “they panicked, left him there, and escaped”. Singh said the show was organised in Chuklana village by some villagers hailing from a nearby village, but they had “not taken any permission” for it. He said the show had started on June 18 in the village and was organised on a panchayat land, he said. Asked why the police had not acted in time to stop the show from running as no permission had been taken by the organisers, the SHO said, “Such small shows keep on taking place in villages and no life threatening stunts are performed. “However, on Saturday evening the burial stunt was performed, which the organisers should not have gone ahead with.” The organisers used to collect money from the audience during various shows which were performed through the week. Mam Chand, the boy’s father, who hails from Kurad village in Panipat, in his complaint said that the organisers had approached him on June 16 for taking his son along for the show and promised to pay some money. Living in extreme poverty, the man allowed his son to take part in the show. The boy was made to do various tasks for a week before being buried in the pit, which was supposed to be the grand finale, police said, adding one accused has been arrested in connection with the case.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Woman arrested from Gurugram for extorting money from lawyer

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 40-year-old woman was today arrested from Gurugram in Haryana by the city police for allegedly extorting money from a lawyer. The accused, Anita Chaudhary (40), had got in touch with Sandeep Gupta, a lawyer from Kota, through a social networking website, the police said. Gupta, in his complaint to the police, stated that the accused had expressed interest in investing in immovable assets. Last week, she came to Jaipur and stayed overnight at a hotel with him, the complainant added. The next morning, the accused, allegedly posing as a Crime Branch officer, demanded Rs 5.5 lakh from Gupta. She got Gupta to sign a stamp paper to pay Rs 5 lakh to her and to deposit Rs 10,000 in her account through internet banking, said Brijbhushan Agarwal, SHO, Adarsh Nagar. “Acting on the information, we arrested the accused from Gurugram and secured her police remand from the court. A case has been registered and she is being interrogated regarding her past involvement in similar cases,” he added.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Another farmer commits suicide in CM Raje’s home district

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A “debt-burdened” farmer allegedly committed suicide by consuming poison in Dug town of chief minister Vasundhra Raje’s home district Jhalawar, day after a 66-year-old farmer took the extreme step in the same district. Sheikh Hanif (60) consumed poison at his home last evening, SHO Dug police station Lav Kumar said. He was rushed to a local hospital from where doctors referred him to district government hospital in Jhalawar where he died during treatment, he said. Hanif’s family members said he had borrowed loans from a cooperative society and local money lenders and was facing financial crisis in repaying the said amount as the crops had consistently been damaged in natural calamities for the last three years. The frustration for not being able to repay the amount drove him to commit suicide, they said. However, Kumar denied the debt as reason behind the extreme step by Hanif. He had been suffering from diabetes and a kidney problem for over a year and was under depression. His family members have also not mentioned any debt against the deceased in the report to the police, he said. A case under section 174 of CrPC has been registered in this connection and further investigation is underway, the SHO said, adding the body was handed over to the family members after post mortem. At least four farmers have died or committed suicide allegedly due to debt and financial crises in Hadouti region this month. A 32-year-old farmer, a garlic cultivator, identified as Satyanarayan Meena, resident of Roun village in Baran district, collapsed on June 3 after learning about the garlic purchase price of Rs 5 per kg in vegetable mandi near Aero dram circle. He was rushed to a government hospital where doctors declared him as brought dead. Later, the post mortem report confirmed the death of the farmer due to a cardiac arrest. The deceased had reached the mandi with 46 quintals of garlic yield, but when he heard the prices were as low as Rs 5 per kg, he fainted. On June 21, the dead body of a farmer, identified as Sanjeev Meena (30), resident of Sakrawada village in Baran district, was found hanging from a mango tree in nearby jungles. The family members of the deceased claimed the farmer had ended his life due to heavy debt but the district officials ruled out any such possibility. Meena owned about 12-15 bigas of agriculture land in the village and has had a good yield, officials had said, adding the farmer was not likely to be running under debt. The investigation revealed the deceased farmer was reportedly under depression for past sometime after his mother and 22-year-old younger brother had died in last few years, a police official at Nahargarh police station had said. Similarly, the 66-year-old “debt-ridden” farmer, identified as Bardhi Lal Rathore, had on June 23 committed suicide by hanging himself from a tree in his agriculture field in Suneil town of Jhalawar district. However, the district officials here too denied the farmer having committed suicide due to debt.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

3 Uttarkhand pilgrims killed as jeep falls into gorge

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Three pilgrims including a woman were killed and three others injured when the jeep they were travelling in fell into a deep gorge near Ojri on Yamunotri road this evening. Two of them were killed on the spot while one died during treatment at Barkot community hospital, SHO Santosh Kunwar said. The three injured are under treatment at the hospital and are said to be out of danger. The pilgrims were returning from Yamunotri when the jeep met with the accident. The deceased have been identified as Deepak and Rahul from Mathura and Gauri Sharma from Agra. The injured under treatment are Pankaj Lal, Vinay and Payal Sharma.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

J-K forest dept cracks down on encroachers in Jammu

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Jammu and Kashmir Forest department today launched a crackdown on encroachers and evicted them, retrieving 15 kanals of land in the outskirts of the city. The Divisional Forest Officer, Jammu said that on specific information, a forest team was constituted for dismantling of two structures in the forest land. The team faced stiff resistance by the forest field staff during the operation. However, with the assistance of a police party through SHO, Janipur the forest team was able to control the situation and retrieve back the forest land. A team of forest officials led by the range officer dismantled two structures constructed by one Mohd Aslam in Compartment number 3 in Paloura Block at Upper Roop Nagar and retrieved the forest land, the officer said. 400 feet of fencing was done at the spot to protect the evicted land, he said. The field staff was also directed to ensure strict vigil in the area to prevent any further encroachment. The forest authorities said the anti-encroachment drive in the Jammu Forest Division will continue in the other areas for evicting forest land.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Cop, discom officials beaten during checking of power theft

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A police officer and some officials of a discom were allegedly beaten by residents of Shivpuri locality here when they reached there to check power theft, the police said today. Discom sub-divisional officer (SDO) Vikas Sharma lodged a complaint with police that yesterday an assistant sub inspector (ASI) of police and officials of power utility were beaten when they went to check power theft. Some residents of the Shivpuri locality started beating cops and officials of discom after they found power theft in a few houses, a police official said. In the melee, the uniform of the ASI was torn off after which the policemen and officials of power utility left the spot, he said. Mahesh Nagar Station House Officer (SHO) Subash said a case had been registered against some residents of the locality. The power utility staff has sought immediate action and arrest of culprits within 24 hours.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Facing flak, J&K Dy CM visits slain cop’s home

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Under fire for skipping the wreath-laying ceremony of the police martyrs, Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh on Sunday visited the residence of slain Station House Officer (SHO) Feroz Ahmad Dar.Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists had killed and disfigured six cops, including Station House Officer of Achabal police station Feroz Ahmad Dar when they ambushed his vehicle at Tajwara village in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district.What created a stir was the politicians staying away from the wreath-laying ceremony, both at Anantnag and Srinagar. Wreath-laying for constable Tasveer Ahmad was held at District Police Lines, Srinagar, just 200 metres away from the Legislative Assembly, where leaders including Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh were present for the special session.Accompanied by Director General of Police (DGP) Dr Shesh Paul Vaid and Inspector General of Police, Kashmir Zone, Munir Ahmad Khan, Nirmal Singh offered his condolences to the bereaved family. He assured Abdul Rasheed Dar, the father of martyred police officer, that the government will take care of the family and provide free education to the children.”The Dy CM directed the officials to dedicate a landmark public facility like PHC in the name of martyred SHO. Dr Singh also met with the children of deceased SHO,” said an official spokesman.He also directed the DGP to expedite the case of job for the next of kin of the deceased. “The nation will always remain indebted to Feroz Dar for the supreme sacrifice and devotion to duty,” he said.Fourteen cops and two SPOs have scarified their lives during terror attacks this year. Eight of them were killed since Thursday alone. To show solidarity and concern for the bereaved, J&K police will donate one day salary this month.

Man shot dead by unknown assailant in a mosque in Sonepat

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A man was shot dead by an unknown assailant in a mosque in Sonepat’s Rasoi village, police said today. The 56-year-old, identified as Shabbir, was killed yesterday evening, Station House Officer (SHO), Kundli police station, Inspector Praveen said over phone. The deceased had just finished offering prayers at the time of the incident. “Some part of the attack was caught on CCTV. A masked assailant is seen entering the mosque and running away after shooting Shabbir,” he said, adding the victim died at the spot. “The accused escaped after the incident. A murder case has been registered against an unknown man at Kundli police station,” he said. When asked what could be the reason behind the crime, the SHO said, “we talked to the family and other people who knew the victim and everyone told us that he had no enmity with anyone. Further investigations in the case were going on”.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Man, sister-in-law arrested on charge of cow slaughter

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A man and his sister- in-law were arrested on the charge of cow slaughter after police raided their home in neighbouring Shamli district and allegedly recovered beef. Police said the raid was carried out yesterday after a complaint was received from some villagers that a cow was slaughtered in the household at Bunta village in Garhi Pukhta police station area. Cow hide and slaughter tools were also seized from the house, Garhi Pukhta police station SHO Sunil Dutt said. The arrested were Mubarik (30) and Reshma (27). Tension mounted in the area after the incident, prompting authorities to deploy policemen. In a separate case, police raided a house in Banat town of Shamli and seized buffalo meat yesterday. A case was registered against two persons, police said, adding that they were on the run.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Rajasthan: Cow vigilantes attack Tamil Nadu govt officials transporting cattle, attempt to set truck on fire

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Around 50 cow vigilantes targeted officials of the Tamil Nadu government transporting cows from Jaisalmer to their state, pelted stones at a truck and blocked National Highway 15 on suspicion of cattle smuggling in Rajasthan’s Barmer district, police said on Monday.Four persons have been arrested and action against seven policemen including a police inspector has been taken for allegedly not taking the matter seriously and reaching the spot late, a senior police official said.The officials of the Animal Husbandry Department of Tamil Nadu government had purchased 50 cows and calves from Jaisalmer and were transporting them in five trucks with NOC and all required papers and permission from authorities and police when the cow vigilantes attacked them.”The accused tried to beat the officials.They also tried to set a truck on fire but police reached the spot and prevented them. The officials, drives and cleaners were rescued and taken to local police station.”In the meanwhile, several people gathered there and blocked National Highway 15, SP, Barmer, Gagandeep Singla told PTI.The officials had purchased the cows of a good quality breed from different places in Jaisalmer. They had NOC and permission from the SDM and local police station to transport the cows.”The accused pelted stones at trucks and damaged one truck. The cows were rescued and taken to a local cow shelter for the time being,” he said.A case against 50 persons has been registered for voluntarily causing hurt to deter public servant from duty and for assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty and also under the National Highway Act.Chainaram, Kamlesh, Vikram and Jaswant have been arrested in the matter.”The officials informed the police station immediately and sought help but the policemen reached late. On this dereliction, the SHO of Sadar Police Station and six other policemen were shunted to police lines today,” he said.SHO Jairam, Sub Inspector Dhruv Prasad, Assistant Sub Inspector Majid and two head constables and as many head constables were shunted to police lines, the SP said.Meanwhile, the CPI(M) has flayed the BJP after the incident came to light, saying the ruling party’s “divisive” politics is detrimental to the country’s social fabric.”BJP’s divisive politics, the environment of hate fostered by it and no governance, spells hell for our social fabric (sic),” CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury said on Twitter.

Elderly man found dead, woman held for abetting his suicide

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>An elderly man was found dead at his home in Kunwarti village here today, following which a woman has been arrested for abetment of suicide, police said. According to the deceased’s kin, Ram Prasad Sharma (61), who was a priest at the village temple, allegedly committed suicide late last night as he was upset after a woman had accused him of rape and a case was lodged in this regard five days ago, SHO of Bundi Sadar police station Abhishek Pareek said. On the complaint of Sharma’s family members, a case for abetment of suicide was lodged against the woman and his husband, he said, adding the woman has been arrested while her husband is absconding. Around two-and-a-half months ago, the couple had allegedly held Sharma hostage at their home and demanded Rs 5 lakh while threatening to implicate him in a rape case, the SHO said. At that time Sharma paid Rs 3 lakh but they continued to demand the remaining Rs 2 lakh from him. The priest had lodged a complaint in this regard about two months back in Bundi Sadar police station, Pareek said. The woman was arrested and Rs one lakh was also recovered from her. After being released on bail, the woman had allegedly started harassing and threatening the man, the officer said. The body of Sharma was handed over to his family members after post mortem and efforts are on to nab the woman’s absconding husband, the police said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

2 cops face inquiry after man mentions their names in suicide

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A departmental inquiry has been initiated against two policemen after a man, who allegedly killed himself here, accused them of harassing him in a suicide note, a senior official said. Jasbir Singh Bittu (32) hanged himself at his house in Shajrana village, and he alleged in a “suicide note” that his neighbours and the police officials had harassed him, Superintendent of Police Mukhtiar Singh said today. The man was found dead on June 7 and on the next day Assistant Sub Inspector Amarjit Singh was suspended while SHO at Arniwala Police Station, Barjinder Singh, was sent to the Police Lines, he said. “A departmental inquiry has been initiated against the policemen. We are verifying the suicide note,” the officer said. He said the victim, who was associated with the SAD, had alleged in the suicide note that the SHO, ASI and his neighbours were harassing him over a dispute on a water source. His neighbour had lodged a police complaint in the matter a year ago, the officer said. “Hukum Chand, Ashok Kumar, Lal Chand, Ramesh Kumar, Surinder Kumar, Sandeep Kumar, Amandeep and Lachhman Dass, have been booked for abatement to suicide as their names were mentioned in the note,” the SP said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Court dismisses Somnath Bharti’s plea for FIR against police

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A Delhi court today dismissed former Delhi minister Somnath Bharti’s revision plea seeking an FIR against unnamed police personnel for allegedly implicating him in a molestation case. Additional Sessions Judge Savita Rao rejected Bharti’s petition challenging a magisterial court’s order which had rejected his plea to register a case against policemen saying it was a case which should be dismissed with cost. The AAP leader had sought setting aside of the magisterial court’s earlier order and a direction to the additional chief metropolitan magistrate to record pre- summoning evidence in his complaint and summon the accused persons if a prima facie case is made out. Public prosecutor Atul Shrivastava argued that Bharti wanted to divert the court’s attention from the main case in which he is an accused. With this motive in mind, he had sought to make the SHO and investigating officer accused. As per law, he said, a complaint had to be first given to the SHO and the concerned DCP. Only if no action was taken could the complainant move court. And Bharti had not complied with the provisions by directly approaching the court. On November 10, 2014, the court had dismissed Bharti’s plea to lodge a case against the police personnel for allegedly implicating him in a molestation case involving Ugandan nationals, saying “without sanction of central or state government, no cognizance of offence can be taken.” It had said that “any allegation of unfair or biased investigation cannot be separated from the discharge of official duty by IO. Therefore, protection of public servants under section 197 of CrPC would come into play.” Delhi Police had filed a final report against him and 17 others and chargesheeted them for various offences under the IPC, including outraging a woman’s modesty, voluntarily causing hurt, rioting and criminal intimidation. The police had made 41 prosecution witnesses in the case, including nine Ugandan women who were allegedly beaten up and molested by the mob led by Bharti on the intervening night of January 15-16, 2014. The FIR was lodged on January 19, 2014 on the court’s direction after an Ugandan woman approached it seeking a direction to the police to file a criminal case against unnamed persons. The Delhi government had on September 24, 2015 sanctioned Bharti’s prosecution for his alleged involvement in the raid in Khirki Extension area in January, 2014 when he was the law minister in the AAP government. Bharti, in his plea for a probe moved under section 173 (8) of CrPC, had said that police has allegedly suppressed crucial facts, statements of several witnesses and a video recording, which were not taken into account when the charge sheet against him was filed.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Minor charred to death as gas cylinder explodes in house

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>An eight-year-old girl was charred to death after a gas cylinder exploded at her house in a village in Bundi district this morning, police said. Pappu Bhatt (33), a daily wage labourer, was boiling milk on a gas stove in his single-room house in Dora village, while three of his children were playing nearby, when suddenly the domestic gas cylinder exploded causing heavy fire, they said. Deepika, the eldest of Bhatt’s three children, was close to the stove and got burnt alive in the incident, said Sampat Singh, SHO at Dabi police station, under whose jurisdiction the village falls. Bhatt, along with his two other children, somehow managed to escape from the flames with some burn injuries on his legs, Singh said. Bhatt’s wife was out in the neighbourhood when the incident occurred. The explosion’s impact was such that several household items in the house were reduced to ashes, while the room ceiling got cracked in the fire, the SHO said. Bhatt was undergoing treatment at Maharao Bheem Singh hospital at Kota, while his daughter’s body has been handed over to the family after post-mortem. Fire brigade had to be called from Bundi district headquarters and the flames could be doused after hour-long efforts, SHO Singh said. A police case has been lodged.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Jaipur: Five people killed after truck collides with car

Tue, 6 Jun 2017-11:45am , Jaipur, Rajasthan , PTI
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Five persons were on Tuesday killed when an overloaded truck tipped over and crushed their car near Chomu House Circle in the Jaipur city.Police said they discovered the car underneath the truck only after removing the heavier vehicle.”The car was badly flattened and it was hard to take the bodies out,” said Kamal Nayan, SHO of the accident police station (south).The accident happened at around 4 am on Tuesday. Police said the truck was overloaded with sacks of salt.The deceased were identified as Rahul, Roshni, Jyoti, Nitesh and Sweeti, the SHO said.
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Man arrested for branding daughters with hot iron rod

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A man was today arrested for allegedly branding his two teenage daughters with a hot iron rod, the police said here. The incident took place last night when Pappulal, a daily wager, scolded his daughters for playing with other children and trying to mess with a beehive, said SHO, Nagori Gate, Bhanwar Singh. “The girls — Nisha (13) and Urmila (11) — ran away from home, which further angered Pappulal,” he said, adding that he subsequently managed to bring them home. Pappulal then ruthlessly beat up the girls with a rubber tube and then, allegedly branded them with a hot iron rod. Both the girls sustained over a dozen burn marks on their backs, shoulders and legs, said Singh. This morning, Pappulal and his wife left home leaving the girls locked in the house. The girls were not even taken to the hospital by the parents, he added. The girls soon started crying due to pain and the neighbours subsequently informed the police. The police broke into the house and took the girls to the hospital. “We got the medical examination of the girls done and arranged for their treatment at the Mahatma Gandhi Hospital,” Singh said. The police arrested Pappulal under relevant sections of the IPC and the Juvenile Justice Act, while the role of the mother of the girls is being investigated.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Trader looted of car, cash on national highway in UP

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A trader was allegedly looted of his car and Rs 50,000 by four armed men near Nawal village along Delhi-Dehradun national highway here, police said today. The incident occurred under Mansurpur police station area when Naveen Tyagi, a building material trader, was on his way to Mansurpur from Meerut, they said. The accused intercepted his car, stopped it and forcibly entered the vehicle and later dumped Tyagi out, SHO Nitin Kumar said. An FIR has been lodged and probe is on to nab the accused, the SHO said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Minor girl alleges she was gang-raped in Haryana, Rajasthan

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 17-year-old girl, hailing from Bathinda in Punjab, who was rescued form Hisar railway station, has alleged that she was gang-raped at many places in Haryana and Rajasthan. The girl, rescued yesterday, has told the railway police that she had run away from her home. “The girl said that she was gang-raped by some persons in Rajasthan. Then she told us that she was also raped by six to seven persons in Hisar,” the SHO of the Hisar railway police station, Rajinder Prasad, said. “On the basis of her complaint, we have registered a case under relevant provisions of the law. We are verifying the place in Hisar and in Rajasthan where the girl has alleged that she was gang-raped,” he said. Police said they are also trying to locate her family in Bathinda.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

3 labourers killed in mishap at marble mine in Ajmer

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>3 labourers were killed and as many were injured today in Makrana town of Ajmer district after they were trapped under a mound of debris at a marble mine. Deva Ram (30), Rakesh Gurjar (26) and Shrawan Meghwal (35) were killed after a mound of debris suddenly fell on six workers at the mine, said Gomaram Jat, SHO Makrana. The three injured were rescued and rushed for treatment, he added. He said investigation has started and FIR is yet to be registered in the matter.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Youth run over by passenger train in Bihar’s Nawada district

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A youth was killed after he was hit by a passenger train in Bihar’s Nawada district today. The incident happened when the youth was walking on the railway track with earphones plugged in, Government Railway Police (GRP) SHO Karu Choudhary said. Eyewitnesses said that the youth was engrossed in listening to music. He could not hear the whistle of the Gaya-Kiul Passenger train and was run over, the SHO said. The deceased was identified as Rajiv Ranjan (18), Government Railway Police (GRP) SHO Karu Choudhary said. He was a resident of Daniyawan village under the jurisdiction of Roh police station. Ranjan’s body was handed over to his family after post-mortem, the SHO said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

American arrested with live bullets at Amritsar airport

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>An American national was arrested today for allegedly carrying five live cartridges when he was about to board a Delhi bound flight from the airport here. SHO Parmdeep Kaur said that during the preliminary investigations George David Gilbert, resident of New York, told the police that he was shooter and had inadvertently carried the .38 bore cartridges. She said the bullets were found during the screening of Gilbert’s luggage at the airport. The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), which looks after the airport security handed over the American national to the Punjab police which registered a case under relevant sections and arrested him, the official said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

4 booked for raping minor girl, sharing obscene video

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Four youths have been booked by the police in Sikar district for circulating an obscene video of a teenage girl after allegedly abducting and raping her. The accused, all residents of Dantaramgarh, have been booked following the complaint of victim’s father who has alleged that his daughter was kidnapped seven months back. The man, in his complaint has alleged that his daughter was raped by the accused who also circulated an obscene video on social media, SHO Dantaramgarh Surendra Kumar Saini said. The SHO added that the victim is a student of class X. Police have lodged a case under IPC sections 511 (Punishment for attempting to commit offences punishable with imprisonment for life or other imprisonment), 376 (Punishment for rape), 363 (Punishment for kidnapping), 366(A) (Procuration of minor girl), sections of POCSO Act and IT Act. Further investigation in the case is on, they said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Police look for family of 7-yr-old boy who reportedly died in

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A seven-year-old boy, suffering from high fever, reportedly lost his life here last evening as the ambulance that was taking him to AIIMS in New Delhi got stuck in a traffic jam caused by a home-buyers protest over non- delivery of their flats. The Noida police said that it had taken note of the media reports about a child’s death but had not received any complaint or information in this regard, till now. According to reports, the boy, Luv Kush, a resident of Firozabad and was being taken to AIIMS in an ambulance as he was suffering from high fever. An Agra doctor had reportedly referred him to AIIMS. Satish Chandra SHO Expressway police station said,”We had received information about home-buyers blocking the expressway. A police team was sent there and the protesters were dispersed. Regarding the death of the boy, we have no information from victim’s family. We came to know through media reports.” A FIR has been registered against 250 protesters under sections of the IPC dealing with rioting and unlawful restraint, a police official said. SSP Love Kumar said the “Police was trying to connect with the victim’s family members.”(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

2 girls die, seven other pilgrims injured in road accident

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Two girls were killed and seven other pilgrims, including four minors, injured when the jeep they were travelling in collided with a truck on Phagwara- Chandigarh bypass here, the police said today. Members of two families from Sanghel village in Fatehgarh Sahib district were last night on their way to pilgrimage at Radha Swami Satsang Dera Baba Jaimal Singh Beas, SHO Lakhvir Singh said. The pilgrims halted at local Radha Swami Satsang Ghar along the bypass. The jeep driver started driving on the wrong side of the road when they resumed their journey which led to a collision near Khalwara village crossing with the truck, which was going to Chandigarh from Hoshiarpur, he said. Kiran (14) and Puja (8) were killed in the incident while the four injured, including two girls, have been admitted to a hospital here, the officer said, adding one Lucky, who was seriously injured, was later referred to a Jalandhar hospital. A case was registered against both the drivers on the charge of culpable homicide not amounting to murder, rash driving or driving on a public way, causing hurt by act endangering life or personal safety of others, the SHO said. While jeep driver Mohinder Singh was arrested, the truck driver escaped leaving his vehicle behind, he said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

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