A day before the second phase of polls in the state, a video of unconfirmed BJP workers influencing people by giving them sarees and snacks have gone viral. There is no one to authenticate as to who shot the video.A few videos of several politicians have gone viral on social media over the last couple of days. In the latest video that was shot in a rural area shows a group of angry women, alleging BJP party workers for bribing them.The one-minute-and-nineteen-second video seems to be shot on a mobile phone. Another woman is saying that after the meeting they give us snacks worth Rs50 and gave Saree worth Rs100 and asked us to vote for BJP.On Tuesday, a video has been viral of BJP’s Jamalpur Khadia candidate Bhushan Bhatt in which he is seen asking people to come for a public meeting of Narendra Modi and he doesn’t care about Election Commission’s code of conduct. He, in that video is saying to mass that he will give a token for the fuel so that a large number of people can be reached to the public meeting.VIDEO GOES VIRALThe one-minute-and-nineteen-second video seems to be shot on a mobile phone. Another woman is saying that after the meeting they give us snacks worth Rs50 and gave Saree worth Rs100 and asked us to vote for BJP.
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The A 25-year-old woman has lodged a complaint in Nagpada police station against her husband claiming that he has clicked nude photos of her and threatened to make her videos and let them go viral if she did not give him a divorce. According to the complaint filed by the woman, the couple was married in 2013. The woman claimed that her husband wants a divorce from her, and for the past one year, he harassed and assaulted her over petty issues. The complainant claims that her husband could not give triple talaq as she refused it. He became more violent and used to beat her mercilessly. While beating her, the man stripped her and clicked her nude pictures. He further blackmailed her to give divorce legally or threatened to make the photos viral on social media. The woman then immediately left the place and went to her parents’ residence in Agripada and narrated the whole incident. “We have registered a case and the matter is being probed. The husband had threatened to make the photos viral however he did not do that. We will arrest the accused after verifying all the claims made by the complainant,” said a police officer from Nagpada police station.
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<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A fake resignation letter of Gujarat Congress president Bharatsinh Solanki went viral on social media on Thursday. The letter comes a day before Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s two-day Gujarat visit, and amid reports that Solanki is not happy with the selection of candidates from some of the seats. The letter has surfaced a few days after a fake list of Congress’s 77 candidates on the letterhead of Gujarat Congress and bearing Solanki’s signature went viral.In the letter, Solanki states he is resigning from the party over ticket distribution for the Gujarat elections.It also states that Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi was being misled by a section of party leaders.When contacted, Solanki denied having written any such letter and called it the handiwork of the BJP.”I am preparing for our tomorrow’s programme. There is no question of my resignation letter. I am a loyal soldier of Congress party,” Solanki said.
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Uttar Pradesh Minister Om Prakash Rajbhar has given a stern warning to those parents who fail to send their kids to schools.Addressing a party gathering at Rasda, the ‘Divyangjan’ Empowerment Minister, said that parents will be locked up in police stations for five days without food and water if they fail to send their children to school.”If you (parents) do not send them (children) to school, you will be picked up by police. Till now your leader, your son, your brother was trying to make you understand. If you do not pay heed, I will continue to make you understand for six months more,” he said.The minister also said that he is going to enact a law of his choice, and he is even ready for capital punishment for this.However, as the video went viral on social media and stoked a controversy, the minister stood firm on his statement.”I stick to my statement. What wrong am I saying if I am threatening to send them to jail? Why are they not sending children to schools when the government is providing all facilities for education,” he said.
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A local woman BJP leader purportedly slapped a girl here for being friendly with a youth from the minority community, a video of which went viral on social media.The youth in question was arrested on charges of “obscenity” in public place and released later on bail, according to police officials.The incident, in which BJP’s Aligarh city convenor Sangeeta Varshney allegedly slapped the girl twice, took place on Tuesday when she saw her having tea with the youth, according to the police.In the video which has gone viral on social media, Varshney is heard saying, “Tere ko samajh mein nahi aataa kaun Hindu hai, kaun Musalmaan hai. Pyaar se samajhaa rahee hoon, samajh hee mein nahi aa raha. (Don’t you understand who is a Hindu and who is a Muslim. I am politely making this clear, but even then it seems that you are not getting it).”When contacted on Friday, Varshney said, “I do not have any problems with Muslims. But, we have a problem with their policy of alluring Hindu girls (Humme Musalmaano se koi shikayat nahi hai, humme unki bargalaane ki neeti se shikayat hai).”Senior Superintendent of Police Rajesh Pandey on Thursday said that after the slapping incident, a case under relevant sections of the IPC pertaining to obscenity at a public place was registered against the youth.He was arrested but later released on bail, Pandey said..The SSP also said that the girl’s father arrived on the spot and took her away after declaring that he and his family did not wish to make an issue.”Both the girl and her father do not want any action against anyone in the case and they gave this in writing to the police,” Pandey said.
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A video of a woman raising “Bharat Mata ki Jai” and “Vande Mataram” slogans on Independence Day in Srinagar’s Lal Chowk has gone viral on social media. In the 45-second video clip, Sunita Arora, is purportedly seen raising slogans in the heart of the city, where over 200 activists of BJP’s youth wing, who wanted to hoist the national flag at Lal Chowk, were detained yesterday as a precautionary measure. Arora, a Kashmiri Pandit, said she wanted to convey a message to the “misguided youth” to return to the mainstream. Arora, after returning here from Srinagar, said she felt proud chanting slogans while being encircled by policemen near the historic clock tower in Lal Chowk and faced 20 security check points to reach the spot with “the national flag hidden in my purse”. The woman claimed she crossed almost two dozen security points on foot, pretending that she was out for a “morning walk” and extended greetings to senior officers en route to Lal Chowk, where she unfurled the tricolour. The video of Arora’s act has garnered huge viewership on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter with thousands of people ‘liking’, ‘sharing’ and ‘retweeting’ it.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Four persons were allegedly thrashed by a vigilante group on the suspicion of being cow smugglers in a remote tribal village in Betul district, with the video of the incident going viral on social media.The alleged cow smugglers were arrested but the assailants were absconding, police said.After a video of the incident, which reportedly took place last week, went viral on social media, police registered separate cases against the assailants as well as the alleged cow smugglers.The video showed the four youths tied up and being beaten brutally in front of a crowd at the village, about 110 km from Betul district headquarters.Sub Divisional Officer of Police Prem Singh Thakur said yesterday that, “A case was registered against Shyam, Manak, Sundar Parate and others (part of the cow vigilante group) for assault”.All of them were absconding.Also, another case was registered against the four persons, all residents of Rehatgao in neighbouring Harda district, for alleged cow smuggling, he said.”These cow smugglers have been arrested. We are investigating the video clip, and will take further action accordingly,” the police officer said.
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Powai police on Thursday registered a first information report (FIR) against an unidentified man who allegedly flashed at college girls who were on their way home. The girl who filed the complaint was with her three friends when a youth stalked them on the two wheeler. The girls managed to note down the number plate of the bike the accused was riding when he flashed in front of the girls and fled. The incident occurred near Eternia Building at Hiranandani, Powai.”A case has been registered under sections 354 D (stalking) and 509 (word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman) of the Indian Penal Code against the unidentified person. We are trying to identify the perpetrator. CCTV camera footage near the area is also being checked for any leads,” a police officer said.Following the incident on Thursday afternoon, the girl first contacted the police control room to seek help. However, they received no response. It was only after the second call that a lady constable arrived at the scene, but by then the offender was gone.The Mumbai police has also initiated a departmental action against a police constable at police control room for alleged dereliction of duty. “The call made by the girl was not promptly attended, and action has been initiated against the constable,” said the spokesperson for Mumbai police department.Earlier…On Wednesday, cops arrested a 20-year-old for allegedly flashing at a woman at CST railway station. The incident had occurred on June 29, but it came to light after a video went viral on social media.
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Rajasthan Minister Rajkumar Rinwa courted controversy on Sunday by saying that politicians who raise questions on those guarding our country should be killed.The comment made by the minister belonging to CM Vasundhara Raje’s cabinet has gone viral on social media.Rinwa said that those who make statements against security forces should be cut into pieces.He said, “All these politicians who give statements against those who protect our nation should be chopped. I look forward for such a law to be made in our constitution.” (Aaj jo kamine neta hai jo hamare rashtra ki raksha karne waalo par statement deta hain.. Sanvidhan mein aisa niyam banaye jaay ki unki **** kaat diye jaay,” the minister said.”Those who give statements against those working in environments like 50 degree and zero degrees … should be finished off in five minutes..One should not even wait to lodge a case against them,” the minister can be heard saying in the video.
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A video purportedly showing Maharashtra Minister of State for Home Ranjit Patil’s father V N Patil abusing and slapping a school employee today went viral on social media.V N Patil himself is a former member of Legislative Council. An FIR was also registered against him over the incident which allegedly took place at a school in Murtijapur tehsil of Akola district.According to sources, V N Patil, whose foundation runs a school, was visiting another school in the tehsil to check why children were enrolling there in large number and not in his school.When one of the employees of that school began to shoot a video of his visit, he got angry, sources said.When contacted, Ranjit Patil told PTI that his father has denied abusing or slapping anybody.”A police case has been registered. My father has denied abusing or slapping anybody. Police investigation is on and facts will soon come out,” the minister said.
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 23-year-old woman has approached Mulund police after photographs of her went viral on social media. The woman’s photographs, accompanied by her mobile number and a message saying, ‘I am free, call me for fun now’ have been posted on various groups and pages on Facebook.The victim told police that she receives numerous calls daily from unknown persons as a result. According to the police, the woman, who works with a private firm, initially ignored the barrage of calls she would receive. However, while browsing Facebook, she stumbled upon the groups and pages where her pictures were posted.The woman told her parents about the incident, who in turn lodged a complaint with the police. “I do not know who is targeting me. The incident has shaken me. I continue to receive calls despite registering a case,” said the woman.A police probe revealed that unknown people created a fake Facebook account with pictures of the victim under the name ‘Riya Paveen’. It is from this account that the accused have been posting vulgar pictures of the victim.”We have registered a case and we are doing our best to nab the culprits. We have requested the BKC cyber police to provide us with technical support. It has been established that the culprits have been using the victim’s WhatsApp profile pictures,” said an officer associated with the case.Cyber harassmentThe woman’s photographs, accompanied by her mobile number and a message saying, ‘I am free, call me for fun now’, have been posted on various groups and pages on FacebookA police probe revealed that unknown people created a fake Facebook account with pictures of the victim under the name ‘Riya Paveen’.
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Women employees of a pub here beat up an alleged molester with slippers in full public view, a video of which has gone viral on social media. The incident occurred on MG Road on Saturday night. A man in an inebriated condition approached a woman employee of a pub and grabbed her from behind. Soon after, some of her colleagues rushed to her rescue and started thrashing him with slippers. The video of the incident rocketed around the Internet. Eyewitnesses alleged there was no policeman around when the incident took place. “We have deployed male and female constables in civil dress to take action against miscreants. We have issued strict directions to police personnel to file an FIR forthwith if the victim approaches police,” Manish Sehgal, ACP and PRO of Gurgaon Police told(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A constable posted at Karhal gate police outpost was today arrested for allegedly outraging the modesty of a woman on May 25, police said. The 30-year-old woman had gone to the police outpost to enquire about a case when the policeman misbehaved with her. The incident was also recorded in a mobile phone, they said. The clipping went viral on social media following which the state government ordered strict action against the constable in question. Superintendent of Police Rajesh S said constable Ishwar Dayal was arrested after an FIR was lodged against him at Mainpuri police station.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>With incidents of question papers being leaked at the Krantijyoti Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPP) refusing to ebb away, university students have now alleged that the exam papers for all branches of its engineering stream have gone viral on social media.Last week, it emerged that the question papers of the second year mechanical engineering course were leaked. The leaked question papers includes the xerox copies (images) of questions and answers, and were allegedly circulating on WhatsApp. Pune university, however, has labelled this as case of copying. The university has denied the possibility of a leak, saying that the question papers are emailed to colleges an hour prior to the commencement of the written exam.The mystery as to how the xerox copies of the questions and answers were available with students still remains unanswered.
Police say the men were part of a group which groped and abused two women and filmed the incident.
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A tribal couple was allegedly stripped and beaten up by family members of the wife for having married against their wishes in the Banswara district, a video of which has went viral on social media. Taking note of the shocking video, the Kalinjara police station have registered a case in the matter under various sections of the IPC and IT Act. So far, four accused incident have been arrested. The incident happened on Sunday in Shambhupura village in Banswara district where a newly wed couple were stripped off and beaten by a group of 15-20 people. “We came to know about the matter when a video circulated on social media on Tuesday night. Four persons have been arrested including girl’s father,” Banswara collector, Bhagwati Prasad told(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Last week, a video of CRPF jawans getting ambushed by Kashmiri youth went viral on social media, angering millions of Indians.While several individuals hailed the jawans from not retaliating, others asked why they kept quiet.It has now been revealed, thanks to a 2012 post in defence forum of India that the military has a code of conduct that must strictly be observed by all ranks.As per the document the guidelines, issued by the Chief of Army, says, “Remember that the people you are dealing with are your own countrymen; your behaviour must be dictated by this single most consideration. Violation of Human Rights, therefore, must be avoided under all circumstances, even at the cost of operational success.”In addition, the document asks the military to be compassionate, help the people, and win their hearts and minds. “Minimum force should be used and collateral damage should be avoided,” the document adds.You can read the entire document hereWatch the video hereHowever, questions were raised on Friday when a video of a man tied to an army jeep did the rounds on social media. While the Army is conducting an investigation into the episode, from the looks of the code, those responsible for the action seem to have violated it.
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Army today said it is investigating a video in which a youth was seen tied allegedly to an army jeep as a human shield against stone pelting. “In reference to the video showing a young man tied to an army jeep, the contents of the video are being verified and investigated,” a defence spokesman said here. The video, which went viral on social media here, has led to an outrage with former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, terming it as “shocking”. The video was reportedly shot in Beerwah area of Budgam district where miscreants disrupted polling during Sunday’s bypoll to Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency by pelting stones. It is being widely shared on social networks in Kashmir and is drawing condemnation. “This young man was TIED to the front of an army jeep to make sure no stones were thrown at the jeep? This is just so shocking!” Omar wrote on Twitter. The NC leader, who represents Beerwah seat in the state assembly, said while he understands the outrage generated across the country by a video in which CRPF personnel were being heckled by protestors, he was outraged that the video of the youth tied to the jeep was not generating the same anger. “I understand the outrage the CRPF video generated. I’m also outraged that the video of the youth on the jeep won’t generate the same anger. “Let’s see channels going ballistic and having discussions with outraged panelists now. Probably not since ‘Kashmir is ours’ hell with Kashmiris,” the former chief minister said. Omar demanded an inquiry into the incident. “A warning can be heard saying stone pelters will meet this fate. This requires an urgent inquiry and follow up NOW!” he added.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A video in which a youth was allegedly tied to an army jeep as a human shield against stone pelting has gone viral on social media here, leading to an outrage with former chief minister Omar Abdullah terming it as “shocking”. The video was reportedly shot in Beerwah area of Budgam district where miscreants disrupted polling during Sunday’s bypoll to Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency by pelting stones. It is being widely shared on social networks in Kashmir and drawing condemnation. “This young man was TIED to the front of an army jeep to make sure no stones were thrown at the jeep? This is just so shocking!” Omar wrote on Twitter. Omar, who represents Beerwah seat in the state assembly, said while he understands the outrage generated across the country by a video in which CRPF personnel was heckled by protestors, he is outraged that the video of youth tied to jeep is not generating same anger. “I understand the outrage the CRPF video generated. I’m also outraged that the video of the youth on the jeep won’t generate the same anger. “Let’s see channels going ballistic and having discussions with outraged panelists now. Probably not since ‘Kashmir is ours’ hell with Kashmiris,” the former chief minister said. Omar demanded an inquiry into the incident. “A warning can be heard saying stone pelters will meet this fate. This requires an urgent inquiry and follow up NOW!” he added. Army and defence officials were not immediately available for comment.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The head warden of district jail Karnal was today suspended after a video purportedly showing him dancing with a woman went viral on social media. “Haryana Inspector General of Police (Prisons) has suspended Satwan Singh, Head Warden, District Jail Karnal with effect from April 1, 2017, for his involvement in video of cultural programme at District Jail Jind recently, which went viral on social media,” a press release said here today. The video shows the jail warden performing dance moves with a professional dancer on stage inside Jind jail premises. The warden, who is in uniform, is dancing while another man on the stage can be seen throwing currency notes on the woman dancer.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>As the medical fraternity across Maharashtra is on strike, the Sion Hospital in Mumbai on Monday saw throng of crowd outside its building.The doctors are on strike due to the recent incidents of violence against doctors. This protest comes in the wake of attack on of the doctors of the hospital by a patient’s relatives on Saturday. However, Dean of the KEM Hospital, Dr Avinash Supe has assured that they are making all emergency arrangements so that patients do not suffer.This was another attack after the recent Dhule incident, which took place on March 14. The Maharashtra Police had arrested nine persons accused of beating up a doctor in a hospital at Dhule by a patient’s relatives, allegedly due to delay in treatment.Three FIRs were also lodged in connection with the case.Earlier on March 13, a video footage of a doctor being brutally assaulted at a government hospital went viral on social media, showing a crowd, which included relatives of patients. The incident happened on March 12 night. A probe was later ordered into the matter.
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> In a shocking incident of xenophobia, a customer at Irving Wal-Mart asked an employee to ?go to their own countries?. The incident, which was caught on video, went viral on social media. According to local media reports, the employee video-recorded the whole incident, where the person said he wanted a white employee to assist him. The employee, who became a U.S. citizen 20 years ago after emigrating from El Salvador, expressed her disappointment over the incident and said she belongs to a working class society, who pay taxes and have college-going children. What actually happened was, after the woman referred the person in question to a doctor to check his prescription, the latter demanded assistance of a white employee. She then went to her supervisor to express her grievances, which was ignored by the latter as well. The woman began recording the video on her cellphone, after the person complained about a black woman in an electric wheelchair. ?All of these foreigners are living off of us good working white people. Yes, I?m just telling you the truth. It?s all right. I know you ain?t leaving. I know you?re here to stay. Y?all should go to your own countries and fix up your own countries,? the person said to the employee. According to the woman, she never faced such a discrimination in her life earlier. The manager, working at the Wal-Mart on that very day, said he was unaware of the incident and said such situations are investigated internally and directed questions to the corporate media office.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Dismissing allegations that money was sought to issue party tickets to civic poll aspirants, Maharashtra BJP chief Raosaheb Danve today said “disgruntled people” were making up such charges out of “anger and discontent.” The BJP leader said such allegations were “baseless” and “not true”. Danve’s reaction comes after allegations made by some poll aspirants in Nashik that money was being allegedly demanded from them for getting party ticket. A video clip purportedly corroborating the alleged claims had gone viral on social media last week. “There are as many as 1,000 aspirants who had sought tickets and if anybody did not get the same, it is obvious that the person, out of anger and discontent, will level such allegations. “It is easy for any disgruntled aspirant to level such allegations, however, there is no truth in such claims and these allegations are baseless,” said Danve, while answering a specific question that money was sought for issuing AB forms for the upcoming municipal corporation and zilla parishad polls this month.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Video shot by a commuter showing how an alert motorman saved a woman’s life by applying brakes in time at the suburban Charni Road station in South Mumbai has gone viral on social media. Thanks to the 46-second video, the incident which took place nearly two months ago — on December 6 — has come to light, and the Western Railway officials are considering rewarding the motorman Santosh Kumar Gautam. The Churchgate-bound fast local train driven by Gautam, which was approaching the station at the speed of around 70-kmph, halted in the nick of time, just inches from the woman who was walking on the tracks unmindful of the coming train, said a senior Western Railway official. “We have recorded the motorman’s statement and we would like to felicitate him for his presence of mind,” said the official. In the video, shot post-midnight (12.10 am), the unidentified woman, in her fifties, is seen walking along the tracks, oblivious that a train was approaching on the same tracks. Motorman sounded horn, but she did not hear and continued walking. Brakes were applied and the train came to a halt barely inches from her. “When the train stopped, people on the platform helped pull her up to the platform,” said the official.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> In a shocking incident, a 48-year-old widow was dragged on the road, kicked around and abused by a village sarpanch and another man even as she pleaded that the entrance to her house not be blocked by the construction of a water trough in Anantapur district. Though the incident happened in Jallipalli village of Kuderu mandal on Sunday evening, it came to light only on Thursday when the video clip went viral on social media after it was posted by a youth whose identity is yet to be verified. According to reports, Sudha met the headman Nagaraj to complain against authorities’ plan to construct a water tank opposite her house which would cause her inconvenience. But instead of a discussion, Nagaraj along with members of Janmabhoomi committee kicked, slapped and dragged her by the hair. Chandram, a member of the committee, has been identified as one of the attackers. A case has been filed at the Kuderu Police Station against Nagaraju and Chandra under Sections 323 and 354 of the IPC.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)
<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The switch over by Sena leaders came days after party President Uddhav Thackeray announced he will not tie-up with BJP or any other political outfit for polls to the 227-member municipal corporation. Meanwhile, resentment is reportedly brewing in both Shiv Sena and BJP ranks over ticket distribution for the polls, which will decide who rules the country’s richest civic body which has annual budget of over Rs 37,000 crore. Resentment in the Sena came to fore when party cadres locked a local Shakha (branch) in Wadala after it came to light ticket has been given to Yuva Sena treasurer Ameya Ghole, an aide of the youth wing’s President Aaditya Thackeray. In BJP, relatives of several prominent BJP leaders have got party tickets. The BJP could not keep its first list of 61 candidates a secret as it got leaked and went viral on social media. With February 3 being the last date for filing of nominations, both the Sena and BJP understood to have asked their official candidates to submit their papers directly at the respective BMC ward offices.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)