An FIR has been filed by police against 20 named individuals and 150 unnamed members for rioting and use of criminal force to deter public servants from discharging their duties.
According to the family, Renu received a booking on June 24 and left her home in Ghaziabad’s Indirapuram. A few hours later, the family claimed they received a call informing them that she had been involved in an accident.
The boy stepped on a broken fibreglass sheet on the second floor of a Ghaziabad housing society and fell to the basement
About 800 staff, including engineers, are currently working at the project site and the DMRC has started the procedure for recruitment of around 200 employees for operation and maintenance of this corridor.
According to her family, on the afternoon of December 26, the 15-year-old girl had gone to wash her hands at a tap near her home when she went missing.
A group assembled outside the maulvi’s locked house in Ghaziabad, broke the main gate and vandalised the place while shouting communal slogans.
Around 57 unidentified persons have also been booked under relevant sections of IPC in the case, he said. The police officer said eight police teams have been formed to trace the accused.
Having suffered around 20 per cent burn injuries, the woman has alleged that her former colleague was behind the attack, police said.
Information about the two deaths reached Ghaziabad police from their counterparts in Delhi. As police were investigating, they were told by locals in Khoda Colony about another death that morning, police said.
The post-mortem examination report stated drowning as the cause of death, said Singh. On Monday morning, locals gathered in the area protesting against the incident, leading to traffic congestion.
The post-mortem examination report stated drowning as the cause of death, said Manisha Singh, CO Indirapuram, Ghaziabad.
The girl’s father, Manish Sachdeva, a businessman, her mother Neha Sachdeva, who teaches French at a coaching centre, and her 13-year-old elder sister Pari were not at home at the time.
The girl’s family hails from Mathura and had been living at a local temple in Modi Nagar for around 14 years. The priest’s second child, the Class X student had been reprimanded a day before she went missing, said the police as well as her neighbours.
“Around four-five months ago, the school had said he could not attend classes since his fees had not been paid. We went the next day and deposited the school fee. Due to delay in paying school fees, the teacher hit him,” the boy’s father Sujauddin alleged.
Sources said the revised estimate was submitted by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) two years ago but was pending cabinet clearance. With the approval, the Centre too is expected to release its share soon.