The spurned lover, Amarpal, had on Wednesday killed the Class 12 student using a sickle at Ghar Shayam village in the Kandhla police station area of Shamli district.
The defence argued that the victim did not make a hue and cry when the incident occurred and did not inform immediately about it to anyone.
An FIR was registered against 15 persons and superintendent of police Prashant Khare has set up a team to probe the incident, the ASP said, adding that no one has been arrested yet.
On October 9, Manpada police had received information that body of a baby was lying near a building. When they went to the spot, they found that the body was packed in a blue coloured bag and the throat of the newborn was slit, said police.
According to his family, Rakesh would play with the children in the locality in the evening and would “unpack a box of chocolates and distribute it to them”.
Education Minster Manish Sisodia has ordered a magisterial inquiry into the alleged rape of a six-year-old girl at a private school in south Delhi on Wednesday. The Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR) has also been asked to inquire into any lapses in security by the school. The commission will also check if […]
Meanwhile, teachers at the school told The Indian Express that after the Ryan incident — in which a Class II student was killed in the washroom — they have put in place all possible security measures.
Police said the incident took place around 1 pm, when the girl had gone to the washroom on the second floor.
In her statement to the police, the victim’s friend stated, “Sunil suddenly appeared before them and told Pooja to come with him. But she refused. Subsequently, Sunil pulled a knife and attacked Pooja.”
“Police had learnt that Yadav, a member of an international illegal drugs syndicate, was visiting Paharganj to send the drug abroad through courier,” a police officer said.
But after a while a Kissan guard party deployed in the area found one more identical water camphor with the father-son duo, a BSF official said.
A case has been lodged in connection with the robbery and further probe was on, police said.
Police have arrested four people for snatching money and an ATM card from tourists in Udhampur district of Jammu and Kashmir. Vinod Kumar, from Madhya Pradesh, lodged a complaint at Udhampur police station on September 7 stating that he and his family members were robbed while they were returning from a trip to Leh.
The accused was identified as a resident of Odisha, who was living in Sunjawan Morh area here. A case has been registered at Police Station Bahu Fort, Bathindi, a police officer said.
According to police, a safe and a cupboard in the victim’s room — which had been ransacked — had been forced open by the accused. “The victim used to stay in the mezzanine floor bedroom. The ayah used to stay in a nearby room.”