Special Commissioner of Police (Headquarters) R S Krishnia stated that the Delhi Police has a sanctioned strength of 88,823 personnel to maintain law and order, who also perform “additional duties and responsibilities” from time to time.
Sonu alias Satyawan Sehrawat had emerged as Delhi’s most-wanted criminal, with a Rs 5 lakh reward on his head — the same as the reward for India’s most-wanted terrorist and suspected Indian Mujahideen chief Amir Raza Khan.
Hemant’s family, meanwhile, insisted he was in good health, and that he had been murdered. After the family decided to conduct a post-mortem, a case was registered under IPC sections 302 (murder) and 34 at NFC police station on July 19.
“Both arrested persons were acting principals for more than three years and their schools were centres for the DSSSB exam. Their arrest was made late Thursday night after several rounds of questioning,” the sources said.
Investigation has revealed that the men had come to the court complex to allegedly eliminate Rajesh Bawania, a rival of gangster Neeraj Bawana. Instead, they killed Vinod alias Ballu, another undertrial, mistakenly.
According to police, the case was registered under IPC Section 469 (forgery for purpose of harming reputation) on October 24, 2009, after police received a complaint from the media adviser Nitin D Wakankar.
“An enquiry was conducted and a case has been registered under IPC Section 385 (putting person in fear of injury in order to commit extortion). The investigating officer took permission from his senior officers and sent a letter to the website concerned.
The ATRS, an extension of X-ray machine on both sides, will automatically return empty trays for passengers to put their bags, effectively ending the hassle to look for one — and also prevent empty trays from piling up.
The agreement between NBE and Prometric only requires Prometric to retain “candidate data”, which is defined as any data concerning a candidate provided to Prometric by NBE or collected from candidates
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.