The move comes after a 50-year-old man, who was called in by Delhi Police for questioning in connection with a murder case, allegedly committed suicide by jumping in front of a train at Sonipat railway station.
Police said the shopkeeper, identified as Manoj Kumar (40) has been arrested and a departmental enquiry ordered into the matter. DCP (outer) M N Tiwari confirmed the incident, but refused to divulge further details.
“At 2.45 pm on Wednesday, the complainant and his fiance were inside the park when six persons started questioning them and told them they were indulging in inappropriate act at a public place,” a police officer said, adding that they told them that their parents will be informed.
Besides providing details of his education, Khalid, in the five-page application, has stated that police have not filed a chargesheet against him in the last 18 months, and that he has been in Delhi since his arrest.
Police said the accused was caught while allegedly accepting the bribe. The complainant alleged that he was called to the office of a senior police officer at Pushpanjali Enclave by his personal assistant (PA), and he met the lawyer there.
The Deputy Commissioner of Police (Establishment) has sent out an order asking the joint commissioners of the units concerned to send a “recommendation letter”, through their special commissioners, if they wanted to retain any officer.
Confirming his arrest, B K Singh, DCP (New Delhi) said, “We have arrested Praveen Hooda (32), who hails from Kiloi Dopana village in Haryana, and has been staying at a rented accommodation in Uttam Nagar area. He is married and has two children. Further investigation is underway.”
SP (City), Ghaziabad, Akash Tomar confirmed that they had arrested Machendra Nath alias Pratibhanand, who carried a reward of Rs 1 lakh. “He was arrested on Friday from the railway station. We have recovered a .32 bore pistol and cartridges from his possession,” he said
Initial investigation revealed that two personnel were at the spot but they couldn’t tell police how the constable, Rajesh Saini, died. A case was registered under IPC Section 302 after the family claimed he was murdered.
“After taking charge, Patnaik met officers of both units where he discussed all issues and asked them to start focusing on arms suppliers, robbery, burglary and snatching which directly affected common people,” sources said.
Krishnia, in his order, said, “DCPs of all 13 districts have been directed that internal adjustment should not be made without taking formal permission from PHQ.” He added that non-compliance of the directions will be viewed “seriously”.
An officer alleged that the messages were “objectionable in nature”. Police also found during their investigation that Ward had been in touch with the blind school for the last eight years, and would “make donations online”.
“Mishra told police he was a site supervisor of a Noida college where NEET was held in 2015. But he did not help anyone at the time. He later discovered that supervisors from another college had allegedly earned money after helping some students."
The victim’s mother claimed that she cried for help but no one came forward, police said. On the basis of her statement, a case of murder has been registered and police have started their investigation.
The “bi-monthly performance appraisal form” has several sections, the first among them called “effectiveness in crime control measures”. The section comprises a table to record cases of robbery, murder, snatching, vehicle theft, etc, in the previous year and this one, along with a column for “remarks” by the SHO.
In the unassuming Dariyapur Kalan village, two boys grew up together. From the classroom to the akhara, they were inseparable — till one of them fell in love with the other’s cousin sister, and paid the price with his life. The Indian Express tracks the journey of the killer, Sonu Dariyapur.
DCP (north) Jatin Narwal told The Indian Express that two persons, including the ASI posted with special branch of Delhi Police, were arrested after they received a complaint from the Tis Hazari Court. Further investigations are on.