Unidentified criminals looted Rs. 7 lakh from a staffer of a petrol pump in Jharkhand’s Dhanbad district on Wednesday, police said.
Police said that Ashish was a member of the Bihar-Jharkhand Special Area Committee (BJ-SAC) and had been the mastermind behind several operations over the last few years.
Congress claimed that on the eve of polls, arrest warrants have been issued against two of its MLAs to prevent them from voting.
The present domicile policy of the government is against the interests of the tribal and original residents of the state.y, JMM is leading the organisation of the Bandh on 11th and 12th June.
No students will face problems in getting admission in colleges, as there is still time, says JAC Secretary Mohan Chand Mukim.
CM will monitor the distribution process every three months and also agriculture directors shall visit Sikkim to study organic farming.
Two seats – one held by the BJP (M J Akbar) and the other by Congress (Dhiraj Prasad Sahu) – are falling vacant this June
An aide of a BJP MLA was on Tuesday arrested by Chatra police in connection with the murder of a local TV journalist on May 12.
According to the police, the two persons, arrested Monday, have been identified as Birbal Ganjhu and Jhaman Ganjhu.
The members include, popular Hindi film director Imtiyaz Ali and also renowned writer Amitav Ghosh, besides several noted personalities related to theatre, films and folk institutions in the state.
According to the domicile policy, anybody who has lived in Jharkhand for 30 or more years for business, employment or any other reason and has immovable property will be considered a resident of the state.
JMM called the bandh in protest against the state’s new domicile policy that defines that anybody who has lived in Jharkhand for thirty or more years will be considered as a resident of the state.
Police said that, while possibility of woman being subjected to sexual assault, was not yet ruled out, there were working on all possible angles to ascertain the identity and motive of the culprits.
At the time with the BJP, Marandi was the first CM of the newly carved out state in 2000.
The party, however, is battling dissent over the selection of its candidates. In Panki, it has fielded Lal Suraj, an outsider who recently switched sides from the JMM.