Inspector Harinder Singh Sekhon of the Chandigarh police has made the city and his department proud by winning the bronze medal in Men physique category at the America Amateur Olympia 2019 bodybuilding competition.
The accused, Tej Pratap Singh Virk, owner of Hotel Central Park, Sector 17, Chandigarh has been acquitted from Section 306 (abetment to suicide) of the Indian Penal Code, from the Court of District and Sessions Judge, Paramjeet Singh.
While drivers have always been distracted by passengers, loose items in the vehicle and radio, distraction due to the use of mobile phone for talking, texting or surfing takes this problem to a whole new level.
According records, the fraud pertains to 2011, when the Chandigarh Excise and Taxation department during the analysis of the returns found that Rs 5.93 crore VAT was outstanding for which the taxation authority issued a demand notice to Ind-Swift.
Police, however, did not issue a single challan for the offences like driving without licence, driving motor vehicle on cycle track, number plate not legible, driving without seat belt and dangerous driving.
A Chandigarh Police inspector committed suicide Wednesday by jumping off a building. The police statement says he was suffering from depression due to a departmental inquiry against him regarding a 2018 case
Shivam’s father, Vijay Tiwari, said in his complaint that his son had complained of stomach ache and started vomiting on Saturday night following which he was taken to the Derabassi civil hospital and admitted there.