By 8 pm, Sathe, 59, and Kumar, 32, were dead, with the flight being operated as a part of the Vande Bharat rescue mission skidding off a Kozhikode airport runway into a valley. Kumar’s family said wife Megha is yet to be informed about his death.
“I was boiling milk for my granddaughters when I heard her screaming for help. She was on her balcony, covered in blood. I told the children to go inside the house. I was scared and didn’t want them to see the little girl," said the woman, who lives in Outer Delhi.
A senior doctor at AIIMS, where she is admitted, said, “She suffered severe injuries to her private parts and head and was put on a ventilator. Doctors performed two surgeries and her condition is better now. She is in the ward and on oxygen support.”
The accused, Amit Pulami (28), hails from Nepal and had come to Delhi a year ago. He lives with his wife and two children, and works at a warehouse in Gurgaon. He was arrested from Southwest Delhi’s Mahipalpur.
One of the kidnappers was traced and arrested. A day later, police arrested Upender, the child’s paternal uncle, who allegedly planned the kidnapping to get money from his brother Tarun. Police said he was in debt.
A drain, which runs between the WHO site and the JJ colony, overflowed, leading to the collapse. With minutes to spare before their one-two storey homes on the banks were swept away, families ran for their lives, leaving belongings behind.
The woman said she worked at the private lounge in Terminal 3 of IGI airport. The complaint states that the woman was removed from her job on Tuesday as she couldn’t “give sexual favours” to the senior managers.
In the FIR registered Saturday, Benn stated, "I was walking towards the place where my staff had cornered the dog. A man asked me what I was doing. I told him we were catching street dogs for sterilisation and will drop them back in a few days."
Police said the baby was crying and his family couldn't be traced immediately. The officers gave him some water. "He stopped crying after some time and slept. He had minor injuries on his hands so we shifted him to LBS Hospital," said Vijender.
Many houses in the area don’t have regular supply of drinking water, and residents said arguments do break out, especially since the lockdown was implemented in March and shops that supplied water downed shutters.
A nurse, who did not wish to be identified, said, “We are scared as the hospital doesn’t have adequate infrastructure to deal with Covid patients. When I was evicted, I had to take help from doctors, who spoke to the landlord.
DCP (Southwest) Devender Arya said the four accused -- guard Rajesh (18), Gyanender (22), Om (18) and Pramod (26) -- were arrested on Sunday from Lakhimpur Kheri near the Nepal border. Police said all hail from the neighbouring country.
The Police also said that nobody has been arrested in the cases yet. The accused were given notices and the court will hear the case on June 25 and later in July. The accused persons had come from 36 different countries to attend the congregation.