Police officer Kamal Singh Chauhan said that the police recovered flesh, skin and body parts of a bullock, knives used for slaughtering the animal and a country-made pistol from the spot.
The police had filed a chargesheet in the Uttar Pradesh train blast case against four accused including Hilal, Nafikul, Obedur Rehman alias Babu Bhai and Mohammad Alam Giri Hussain alias Ronny. A local Jaunpur court had awarded death sentence to Rehman and Ronny in August, 2016. Rehman is lodged at Jaunpur jail while Ronny is at Naini Jail in Allahabad.
Ramesh Chandra Shukla was shot dead in Kanpur last October, allegedly by train blast case accused Atif Muzaffar and Mohammad Danish, also from the same city.
“ATS had requested for Abdullah’s 10-day custody to question him at length,” Inspector General (ATS) Asim Kumar Arun said. Officials said the Saharanpur SSP has been asked to probe how Abdullah managed to get a passport using a local address.
According to ATS, Ahirwar allegedly shared sensitive information about the movement and arms training of the Army establishment in Jhansi Cantonment to ISI when he was posted at the SDM office.
Police said that Abdullah, 26, was staying in the state since 2011. The ATS have also detained three other youths for questioning in connection with the arrest, they said
The Aligarh District Jail, where Iqbal has been lodged since 2012, had only last year found out that the 64-year-old was a Pakistani citizen. The state prison department intimated the Union Ministry of Home Affairs, which further informed the Pakistani Embassy.
The convict Irfan alias Naka, a resident of Mugulshah village in Najibabad, is lodged at Bijnor district jail since his arrest in 2014. The deceased include Irfan’s son Islamuddin (19) and brothers Naushad (22) and Irshad (19), who were burnt alive when they were asleep.
The incident occurred in Shahpur police station area a few weeks before communal riots broke out in Muzaffarnagar in 2013.
“During investigation, we found more than one FIR was lodged against Chandrashekhar in one incident. We now have merged 14 of the cases with five cases,” said Prabhal Pratap Singh, Additional Superintendent of Police.
Mohammad Atif (27) and his neighbour Asif Iqbal (26), are residents of Jajmau area in Kanpur. Iqbal is the cousin of group member Saifullah, who was gunned down in an encounter by the UP Anti-Terrorist Squad in Lucknow on March 7 soon after the blast.
(LeT) operative Mohammad Saleem Khan had allegedly attended the camp then. Lakhvi is the prime accused in the 26/11 Mumbai attack in 2008. Saleem’s name had earlier came to light during questioning of Shareef and Mohammad Kausar, who are facing trial in the Rampur CRPF camp attack case that took place on December 31, 2007.
A sub-divisional magistrate (SDM) has been probing the complaint submitted by Sunil Kumar, head of Veerpur Chhabeelgarhi village.
Police said Ram Prasad had fixed Chandani’s marriage and wanted her to snap ties with another youth.
He is survived by his wife Mamta, father Jasbeer Singh and elder brothers Rahul Rana and Ajay Rana. Mamta, who had already shifted to Jaipur, reached Saharanpur on Saturday.
Tragedy struck on Friday evening when Singh was killed in firing by Pakistani army in Sunderbani sector of Jammu and Kashmir. His body is likely to reach his village of Bhagwanpur in Saharanpur’s Bargaon area on Sunday.
“The probes were ordered to find out on whose direction the historysheets were destroyed and also if there a need to reopen their historysheets,” said Kumar.
Saleem is an accused in a case and faces the charge of providing money to alleged trained ISI agent Aftab Ali, who was arrested from Faizabad district in May
In 1983, a man named Narendra Singh, resident of Khojarampur village, alleged that his uncle Dev Singh was murdered over a land dispute with a local resident named Karan Singh.
According to officials, the CCTV footage showed the Unchahar constituency MLA on the particular seat a day before the explosive was recovered from under the cushion.
The government and security agencies have declared the find a “terror act” and lodged a case on charges of waging war against government against unidentified perpetrator(s).
Police are yet to receive a forensic report of the cell phone of one of the accused, which had been sent for examination.
Komal, an undergraduate student, had eloped with her neighbour Salman, a daily wage labourer, on June 25. A week later, she was scheduled to marry a youth chosen by her parents.
To raise Rs 1 lakh for Sandhya’s surgery, the parents had sent an application seeking the amount to the government in May. As per records, Rs 50,000 had been transferred to the hospital on June 10, a week after her death.
Police arrested Sandip Kumar, a resident of Muzaffarnagar, in connection with the case. He was also allegedly part of the LeT group that ambushed a police patrol and killed six security personnel, including SHO Firoz Dar.
The NIA, which has been probing the case since 2015, is now awaiting a forensic laboratory report on the CCTV footage that allegedly showed the six terrorists fleeing their rented accommodation after the blast in Bijnor city on September 12, 2014.
“I have sent an email to Thailand Embassy in Delhi, requesting them to provide information about Gupta. So far, we have not received any reply,” said SP, Deoria, Rajeev Melhotra.
Awasthi, Shahjahanpur VHP secretary, had allegedly announced a Rs 50 lakh reward for anyone who cuts off the former minister’s tongue on June 29.
Police arrested retired IG SR Darapuri, a retired Lucknow university professor and NCP state president Ramesh Dixit and six others from the Lucknow Press Club where they were supposed to hold the seminar.
Police said that the arrested persons were holding a rally in support of 41 people from Gujarat who were detained at Jhansi railway station on Sunday evening.
Ajay Kumar, SHO of Chandpur police station in Bijnor, said the FIR was registered on Friday under IPC Sections 124 A (sedition), 131 (abetting mutiny), and 505 (statements conducing to public mischief).
Two police complaints have been registered against Azam Khan in Uttar Pradesh's Hazrat Ganj and Rampur Civil Lines police stations in connection with his controversial remarks on the Indian army.
Veterinarians have been directed to collect blood samples of all equines in their respective districts for testing. Meanwhile, owners of the six animals that were euthanised have refused to allow their blood to be tested for the disease.
A police team arrived and found two bodies burnt inside the vehicle, while three others were lying outside. Heavy police force, including RAF, has been deployed in the Yadav-dominated village, which is 32 km from Rae Bareli.
A native of Gorakhpur’s Majhgawan village, CRPF sub-inspector Sahab Shukla (52) was killed while two others were injured on Saturday when Lashkar-e-Toiba militants opened fire on a CRPF vehicle at Athwajan, on the outskirts of Srinagar.
While the villagers have set up a ‘Beti Bachao Sangarsh Samiti’ to pursue the matter, the girl’s father and uncle are set to go on a hunger strike from Sunday.