“By becoming the CM, Yogi Adityanath has not only ushered in a feeling of happiness and enthusiasm among the public, but also prevented it from becoming another Pakistan,” Prachi told mediapersons.
Gupta says he supports the crackdown on illegal slaughterhouses, being a Hindu, but underlines, “the fate of every cattle head is slaughter”
He says ‘two people’ gave PM and Opposition advantage in the elections
While the incident had taken place on March 22, action was taken after a video of the same went viral on the social media on Thursday.
"The farmhouse has been sealed and an FIR has been lodged against the ACMO."
In the 23-second video, a man in a black shirt is seen pleading for mercy from the policemen, who ask him to remain quiet and let the barber do his job.
While a few of the alleged attackers were identified, police said the FIR was lodged against 50 people for rioting, disturbing peace and posing hindrance in police’s work.
Meat shop owner Iqbal had threatened to create tension if he was not allowed to run his illegal meat shop.
The corporators who refused to sing Vande Mataram are from the Samajwadi Party.
“We have almost 90 corporators, of whom 18 are Muslims. Only a handful of people have an issue with Vande Mataram; the rest (want to) sing it,” the mayor said.
Later, Vikram Saini says his words were ‘misinterpreted’.
The Police have been conducting raids since Thursday in different areas of Bijnor to nab the 10 accused after a court in Pauri issued non-bailable warrants against them.
A long queue now waits outside his office to get licences to sell meat, but strapped for staff and besieged by pleas, Sharma has other things on his plate
Local activists and villagers say this is not the first time that police have raided the village, which is about 1 km from the Kalkadeo National Park, a heritage site, and has 52 households with a population of around 250 people.
Acting Chief Justice Kalpesh Satyendra Jhaveri directed Additional Advocate General Brahmanand Sandu to file a report in the case on Friday.
In the incident, the accused allegedly assaulted two sisters and their mother
Around 1500 police personnel posted at various police stations in Moradabad gathered at their respective police stations.
The accused, Mohammad Jabbar, allegedly slit the throat of his 15-year-old daughter Gulbasan and dumped her body outside the house of Dilnawaz, a neighbour she was reportedly in a relationship with.
Mohammad Raees, whose shop was also gutted, said he suffered huge loss.
A case has been registered against nine persons, including village head Urmila Yadav, her husband and son Sonu Yadav, all of whom are absconding.