The district administration had, last month, attached around 7,000 quintal sugar, three offices and a farm house at Sikari Khurd. “The stock seized from the distillery unit is worth around Rs 10 crore,” Modinagar Tehsildar Raj Bahadur Singh said.
The incident allegedly took place three days ago in the presence of the village’s panchayat members. Police said the youth was thrashed for allegedly circulating the photograph of a girl on social media.
Following an inquiry, an FIR was lodged under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, and for damage to property, Station House Officer of Jalalabad police station, Harender Singh, said. No one has been arrested so far.
Mukhtar Yadav, Alamgeer, Dayanand and Suhail Ansari were identified by the victim Mohit Jaiswal when he was shown CCTV footage of the barrack and photos of inmates. Police sources said the accused allegedly attacked the victim on Ahmed’s directions.
The victim was allegedly molested on the intervening night of December 29 and 30. A village panchayat, held a day later, allegedly ordered her family to reach a compromise following which the woman shot herself dead with her husband’s licensed gun, police said.
Saqib, a cleric at a local mosque, was arrested from Hapur. Farah said she had boarded Golden Temple Express train from Nizamuddin railway station in New Delhi to her native place Saharanpur on June 17, 2016.
Last week, a group of farmers in Hathras had locked hundreds of cattle in three schools, and had threatened to leave the animals in the sub-divisional magistrate’s Sadabad office if proper arrangements are not made for them.
At around 5.30 pm, police came to know that around 100-150 people had blocked a road near the Atwara police outpost seeking release of the four. Police also came to know that several vehicles with people coming back from the PM’s rally were stuck due to the blockade.