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.
On June 8, Dalveer Singh, a Jat residing in Sela village of Bijnor district, lodged a complaint alleging that his neighbour Ishkam alias Gotiya had abducted his daughter Nikita (19) when she had gone to her aunt’s residence at Noorpur village on June 5.
The two on the run are Brijveer (36) and Gaurav (22) from the Jat community. Both residents of Muzaffarnagar district, police have attached their properties. Chargesheets have been filed into both incidents, which took place in Muzaffarnagar.
Police suspect that besides a large number of petrol pumps in Maharashtra, consumers were shortchanged in other states too. A similar racket had been unearthed in Uttar Pradesh in April, when the STF carried out raids and arrested 27 petrol pump owners.
As many as five such protests have been held by Dalit women in the past week, following arrests and raids being conducted by police to arrest the remaining accused named in various cases filed over the Saharanpur violence incident.
The move comes after a joint report of the Commissioner and a DIG in connection with lynchings in Saraikela Kharsawan and East Singbhum on May 18-19. At least seven people were killed in the two districts
Raees Ahmed of Moosapur village had married Rehana Begum (34) two years ago. She was his second wife. Around 10 days ago, Raees divorced her saying ‘talaq’ thrice in one go following a marital dispute.
“An inquiry is on against these people and legal action will be taken if the probe confirms that they had helped Chandrashekhar,” said Meerut Zone ADG Anand Kumar. Chandrashekhar had first moved to Delhi and then to Punjab after police started looking for him
The incident he was referring to appears to have happened on May 30 and a case was registered against the accused, a Government Railway Police (GRP) constable. But in court the next day, the woman denied she was raped.
Shamshad, a native of Sambhal’s Panju Sarai locality, has been in prison since April 24 in connection with the case lodged against him under the UP Gangsters’ Act. Bhupendra S Chowdhary, DM of Sambhal, issued the order to attach Shamshad’s properties under the Act on June 3.
Agra Police has arrested the Superintendent of State Women Protection Home for allegedly allowing 45 women and eight minors leave the shelter last month without completing legal formalities and seeking permission from the authorities.
“He was constantly in touch with his handler on the phone. He was also carrying a SIM card from Pakistan and had on him an air ticket from Sharjah to Kathmandu. He had travelled from Pakistan to Sharjah earlier,” DS Chauhan SSB DIG