Ramesh Mishra, principal of Gyanoday school in Thane, had allegedly paid goons to attack a teacher in his school, as the latter had been complaining against Mishra over alleged irregularities, said the police.
Eight persons, including four members of a family based in Maloya and four of a family from Sunam in Sangrur, were arrested.
“The witness immediately grabbed the accused’s shoulder and asked him what he was doing. The accused immediately turned off the recording mode and the entire footage, lasting a total of 12 seconds, was saved into his phone,” said police.
“Bhojpur Police arrested him from near Seemapuri border in Sahibabad on Thursday. One .32 bore revolver and three live cartridges were recovered from his possession. There are more than a dozen police cases against him in various districts,” police said.
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Udayabhanu is the seventh accused in the murder of V Rajeev, 46, who was strangulated at Chalakkudy, Thrissur district, on September 30.
The police have written to the Maharashtra Food and Drugs Authority and handed over the seized gutkha to them. Sale, manufacture and storage of gutkha, pan masala and other forms of chewing tobacco were banned in Maharashtra in 2012.
The shooting sparked panic at the hospital as employees and patients were evacuated into the parking lot.
A suicide note she left behind said she decided to take her life after being assaulted by the principal and physically and mentally humiliated in front of other students in the school on Tuesday, on allegations that she had scribbled some allegedly adverse remarks about a teacher.
The jeweller had approached the police earlier this month stating that Midda, who had collected gold worth Rs 40 lakh from a person in Vijaywada on the jeweller’s behalf, had fled with it. An FIR was registered and the zonal deputy commissioner Vinay Kumar Rathod formed a team to track down the accused.
As per the girl’s complaint, the man was drunk at the time. When she asked him to sit at some distance from her, he allegedly misbehaved with her. The ASI was later arrested by Sangrur police.
Police said they had got information that he had duped over 50 students and taken more than Rs 50 lakh from them. The accused was produced in court and remanded to judicial custody. Several students have since then filed complaints against him.
The twins, Priyansh and Piyush Dhar, died on June 9 and 20, respectively. They had suffered burns from a 33-KV line while trying to retrieve a cricket ball stuck in a tree. The deaths raised concerns about building permits being granted close to high-tension supply lines.
The Additional DCP also said that the accused had been arrested in connection with a murder case in Srinivas Puri in Delhi in 1998.
The police seized two pistols, .315 bore and one single barrel gun along with 5 live cartridges. He purchased these illegal arms from Rajasthan for a sum of Rs 45,000, the SSP said.