Police added that prima facie, the man, Karan Chandra, died of an overdose of medicines, after 65 used pill strips were recovered from the suite. His body was handed over to his family Saturday, after a post-mortem at RML hospital.
An FIR has been registered against the building owner. Police said that initial investigation revealed two brothers were allegedly illegally running the coaching centre in the building for the past 10-15 years.
Mayor Anju Kamalkant claimed there was no fresh construction taking place, hence no permission had been taken. An East MCD official claimed the building owner was getting repairs done when the collapse took place.
As many as 6,682 shops, local shopping centres (LSCs), marble godowns and industrial units have been sealed since December 2017 by the three municipal corporations on the direction of the Supreme Court-appointed Monitoring Committee.
The EC, in its order, said it had considered “all the documents and relevant facts” and found the tweets violate the Model Code of Conduct.
A BJP supporter on the national stage, Bijender Sharma (62), a resident of Vaidwara, said, “Everyone wants free electricity and water. This gives AAP a clear edge.”
“The PM is wrong when he says the opposition is inciting protesters. We are at the back, people are at the vanguard of this fight to save the Constitution,” he said.
Additional Sessions Judge Ajay Kumar Jain disposed of the plea by advocate A P Singh seeking the documents to file curative petitions for convicts Akshay Kumar Singh and Pawan Gupta and the mercy petition for convict Vinay Sharma.
The petition was filed by Mukesh Kumar Singh, one of the four convicts sentenced to death in the case.The President had rejected his mercy plea on January 17, and his hanging, along with three other convicts, has been fixed at 6 am on February 1.
Delhi Congress chief Subash Chopra acknowledged that doctors are “well-connected with people”. “They deal with them on regularly, and when inside the government, they can address issues that directly affect patients.”
“Delhi people should ask both parties why they instigated violence. The nexus of AAP and Congress is behind the Shaheen Bagh protest,” alleged Prakash Javadekar.
Mustafabad is one of the five constituencies from which both AAP and Congress have fielded Muslim candidates. Within the constituency itself, a women-led protest against CAA and NRC has been taking place for the last week.
“On the complaint of Returning Officer AC-18 Model Town, an FIR against Kapil Misra... has been registered under section 125 Representation of People Act,” said DCP (North West) Vijayanta Arya.
Amit Shah has already held gatherings at 11 places in Delhi, touching all seven Lok Sabha constituencies. Shah will also be holding a volunteers' meet on Saturday at Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Weightlifting Auditorium and nukkad sabhas in two other places.
The rally was held in the courtyard of a market in Rohini’s Sector 9, a constituency that had bucked the AAP wave in 2015. AAP candidate C L Gupta was defeated by BJP leader Vijender Gupta by around 5,000 votes.
While police termed this a “routine security measure” in anticipation of Republic Day and said it is carried out every year, residents raised apprehensions against the backdrop of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the proposed National Register of Citizens (NRC).
Police also arrested a 26-year-old electrician, Md Furkan, for allegedly inciting violence and rioting during the protest. Police alleged Furkan was seen in CCTV footage with a container near a burning DTC bus.
The petition has sought direction to the JNU to “refund the excess fees collected from the students as per the Draft Hostel Manual or in the alternative, for the fee to be adjusted as per the un-amended Hostel Manual in the upcoming Monsoon Semester, i.e., July 2020”.
“We found some sleeping pills and liquor bottles in the room. Prime facie, it appears he died due to an overdose of medicines and liquor, but things will be clear after conducting his post-mortem. There were no injury marks and his body has been preserved at the mortuary in RML hospital,” the officer said.
"It’s very clear that the voter wants to see a face they can trust. Of course promises matter, but people want to repose their trust in a person as he/she embodies the ideology and promises which have been made," says Atishi.