The DGP further added that the court convicted the accused within 24 days and sentenced him to three years imprisonment under section 363 of IPC, three years under section 366 and three years under section 6 of POCSO Act, which will run concurrently and with a fine of Rs 5 lakh.
Gulab Singh, a tempo traveler driver from Sancholi village of Sohna in Gurgaon, in May approached the High Court through his counsel Atul Yadav seeking directions to the police and lower courts at Sohna, Pataudi and Gurgaon to not summon him in the criminal cases.
The feud began in April 2017 during the sarpanch elections. Balbir’s son Praveen and Krishan, who, according to villagers, has a reputation as a “hot head”, were supporting different candidates. The two got into an argument, followed by a scuffle.
The FIR was lodged on May 22 on the complaint of the Aarcity Regency Park Apartment Buyers Welfare Association, which has accused the directors and promoters of M/s Aarcity Builders Private Limited (ABPL) and Hisar Real Estate Private Limited (HREPL) of cheating.
The thrashing of a SPO of Panchkula police came to light a day after the incident of misbehaviour with a sub-inspector of Chandigarh traffic police, who was also shown at fault in a video clip while kicking and punching a civilian in Sector 34 on Friday.
Avtar Singh, a resident of Panjokhra village in Ambala, was attacked when he was returning from a local restaurant after having dinner with his friends around 9.15 pm. Police said Singh was in plain clothes and he was attacked by half a dozen people.
In a late evening briefing to the media, DGP Sandhu said, “We shall move the followers away from the court complex so that the court proceedings can be held peacefully and without any disruption tomorrow.” “We have arranged the buses for all these followers who have assembled in Panchkula and shall take them out of […]
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