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Even after being dropped from BJP's national executive, Varun Gandhi is continuing his criticism of the government.

BJP MP Varun Gandhi on Saturday posted a video of an Uttar Pradesh farmer setting his crop on fire after failing to get it sold and wrote the need of the hour is to rethink agriculture policy. "Where has the system brought the farmers!" he said. In the video, a person can be seen setting the crop on fire despite people trying to stop him. Varun Gandhi said the farmer is Samodh Singh who has been going from mandi to mandi for the last 15 days to sell his crop, but he has not been successful.

Varun Gandhi has been critical of the BJP government's policies regarding farmers' issues of late and was dropped from the BJP's national executive after he voiced his opinion about the Lakhimpur Kheri violence on social media.

After the Lakhimpur Kheri violence, the BJP MP warned against the attempts to turn the Lakhimpur Kheri incident into a 'Hindu vs Sikh battle'. "To use the word 'Khalistani' liberally to describe the protesting farmers is not only an insult to the generations of these proud sons of the Tarai who have fought and shed blood on our borders, it is also extremely dangerous for our national unity if this provokes the wrong kind of reaction," he said.

"An attempt to turn Lakhimpur Kheri into a Hindu vs Sikh battle is being made. Not only is this an immoral & false narrative, it is dangerous to create these fault-lines & reopen wounds that have taken a generation to heal. We must not put petty political gains above national unity," Varun Gandhi tweeted.

Varun Gandhi had also shared a video of the Lakhimpur Kheri violence and said, "The video is crystal clear. Protestors cannot be silenced through murder. There has to be accountability for the innocent blood of farmers that has been spilled and justice must be delivered before a message of arrogance and cruelty enters the minds of every farmer."

Two days ago, Varun Gandhi shared photos of Terai flood and questioned the meaning of governance if "every response in individual-led". Source : ht

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The latest inquiry against Singh is based on a complaint submitted in April by police inspector BR Ghadge. An FIR was registered against Singh in April on the basis of Ghadge’s complaint alleging criminal conspiracy, destruction of evidence, and under the SC and ST (Prevention of Atrocities Act)

The Maharashtra government has given the go-ahead to the state Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) for another open inquiry against former Mumbai Police commissioner Param Bir Singh over corruption charges, people aware of the matter said.

ACB is conducting a separate inquiry against Singh on the complaint of police inspector Anup Dange, who has alleged that Singh demanded Rs2 crore for reinstating him through a relative when he was under suspension last year.

The latest inquiry against Singh is based on a complaint submitted in April by police inspector BR Ghadge. A First Information Report (FIR) was registered against Singh in April on the basis of Ghadge’s complaint alleging criminal conspiracy, destruction of evidence, and under the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities Act).

In his complaint, Ghadge accused Singh of corruption and taking money for postings of senior inspectors.

Singh did not answer phone calls and messages for his comment.

The state home department gave the go-ahead for the second probe on Monday. ACB can now call witnesses, suspects, record their statements and issue lookout circulars.

Under open inquiries, ACB generally carries out preliminary probes against government employees, scrutinises their transactions, banking activities, financial dealings, property details to see if they have amassed any assets disproportionate to their known sources of income.

If any cognisable offence is indicated, the ACB registers an FIR under the Prevention of Corruption Act and begins an investigation.

Complaints started piling up against Singh after he wrote a letter to chief minister Uddhav Thackeray this year alleging that former Maharashtra home minister Anil Deshmukh allegedly asked Mumbai police officers to collect Rs100 crore every month from the bars and restaurants. The letter prompted a Central Bureau of Investigation probe against Deshmukh and forced him to resign. Soure : ht                                            

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Anatomy of planned desecration and riots in Bangladesh

Written by Monday, 29 January 2018 07:48

The Sheikh Hasina government is trying to unearth the conspiracy behind the planned desecration, which is believed to have been carried out by rabid Islamists belonging to Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh. The three accused men are: Iqbal Hossain, Fayez and Ekram Hossain.

The Bangladesh Police said they have identified the man who placed the Quran in one of the Durga Puja pandals in Comilla on October 13, an act which triggered violence and led to the killing of three people. He has been identified as 35-year-old Iqbal Hossain from Sujanagar area of the city.

According to local media, 41 suspects have been arrested for the Comilla incident and four of them are Hossain's associates. Two of the associates have been identified as Fayez and Ekram Hossain.

The photos of the three accused men in the Bangladesh communal violence case.

According to Dhaka watchers, the Sheikh Hasina government is trying to unearth the conspiracy behind the planned desecration and then fan up communal flames against the minority Hindu community in the south of the country. While evidence is being pieced together, there is a strong possibility that rabid Islamists belonging to Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh, who are supporters of the Taliban, would be behind this orchestration of communal violence. The objective was not only to embarrass the Sheikh Hasina government but also put a strain on excellent bilateral relations between two neighbours.

The media in Bangladesh quoted police officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity, to report that the dark green-coloured Quran, which was found placed below the feet of Lord Ganesha in the Puja pandal in Comilla, was not printed in Bangladesh but brought from Saudi Arabia by Fayez.

The officials said that Fayez returned to Bangladesh from Saudi Arabia a year ago and set up a mobile service shop in Comilla. On the day of the incident, he brought the people of the area to the pandal and Ekram called up the emergency services numbers 999 to inform the police that a Quran was found in the Puja area.

They said the Quran is believed to be Fayez's personal copy of the scripture.

"We didn't see the scripture. Suddenly, two young men got excited and started shouting, 'Quran found in puja mandapa, Quran found in puja mandapa'," media quoted Subodh Roy, president of the puja celebration committee as saying.

Fayez later hosted a Facebook Live video, in which he said provocative things, media reports in Bangladesh said. Both Fayez and Ekram are currently in police custody.

Iqbal Hossain was identified by the police after analysing video footages of the CCTV cameras installed at the Durga Puja venues. He has not yet been arrested.

In the footage, Hossain is seen taking the Quran from a local mosque and walking into a Durga Puja venue. He was later seen walking away with the club of Lord Hanuman, a report in Dhaka Tribune said. Source : ht

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Police register FIR in Mumbai high-rise fire

Written by Friday, 19 January 2018 09:20

The blaze had erupted on the 19th floor of the One Avighna Park building around 11.45 am on Friday. The fire brigade had categorised it as Level-4 (major) fire.

Police have registered a first information report (FIR) in connection with the fire in a 61-storey residential building in Currey Road area of central Mumbai, which resulted in the death of a security guard as he fell from its 19th floor, an official said on Saturday.

"A case has been registered against the owner of the building, its occupant, the fire safety maintenance contractor and others under IPC sections 336 (rash or negligent act that endangers human life or personal safety of others), 304 (A) (causing death by negligence) and under sections of the Maharashtra Fire Prevention and Life Safety Measures Act at Kalachowki police station here," the police official said.

The blaze had erupted on the 19th floor of the One Avighna Park building around 11.45 am on Friday. The fire brigade had categorised it as Level-4 (major) fire.

Arun Tiwari, a 30-year-old security guard of the building, had got trapped in a flat on that floor and in order to save himself, he held on to the railing of the flat's balcony for some time before falling to death. The fire brigade personnel had rescued 16 stranded persons.

"Initially a case of accidental death was registered," the official said. Police are probing the incident, he added. Source : ht

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The Enforcement Directorate’s investigation is based on the Central Bureau of Investigation’s (CBI’s) First Information Report (FIR), which was registered in November 2020 regarding alleged mass coal pilferage in Eastern Coalfields Limited mines in Kunustoria and Kajora regions of the state.

The Delhi high court will on Tuesday hear a plea filed by Trinamool Congress (TMC) general secretary Abhishek Banerjee and his wife Rujira, challenging summons issued to them by the Enforcement

Directorate (ED) in connection with its investigation into an alleged coal scam case. Abhishek is the nephew of TMC supremo and West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee.

The Enforcement Directorate’s investigation is based on the Central Bureau of Investigation’s (CBI’s) First Information Report (FIR), which was registered in November 2020 regarding alleged mass coal pilferage in Eastern Coalfields Limited mines in Kunustoria and Kajora regions of the state.

Both Abhishek and Rujira sought the Delhi high court’s direction to set aside and quash the summons issued to them. Last week, the petitioners sought direction from the ED to not summon them to New Delhi and carry out the investigation in Kolkata, by saying that they are permanent residents of the city and the coal scam case pertains to the state of West Bengal.

According to the plea, the ED issued fresh summons to Abhishek on September 10, under Section 50 of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002, requiring the personal appearance of him along with a voluminous set of documents on September 21 in the national capital.

The TMC general secretary and his wife have alleged that they have serious worries about the fairness of the investigation being carried out by the ED, "owing to the fact the respondent is adopting a pick and choose attitude with regard to certain people and is giving undue benefit and protection to complicit individuals and in return extracting false, baseless and malicious statements from them", news agency PTI reported on Monday.

The plea also read that the central agency was selectively leaking information to the media, with an intention of harming the reputation of the petitioners and encouraging a media trial.

Previously, the ED asked Abhishek Banerjee to appear before it on September 6, while Rujira on September 1. Rujira had expressed her inability to appear before the ED on September 1 by citing the ongoing coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic and requested the agency officials to visit her residence in Kolkata.

“This refers to summons dated August 18, 2021, asking me to appear in person in New Delhi on September 1. I am a mother of two infants, and travelling to New Delhi physically alone in the midst of the pandemic will put me and my children at grave risk,” she said in a letter addressed to ED’s assistant director Sumat Prakash Jain. Source : ht

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A Delhi court has awarded Rs 2.7 lakh maintenance to a woman who left a lucrative career in showbiz to be a housewife in 2000, and taken note of the uncertain nature of the film industry and the difficulties she may face in regaining a “foothold” in it.

Additional Sessions Judge A K Kuhara allowed the woman’s appeal seeking enhancement of maintenance in a domestic violence case lodged against her husband and raised the amount from Rs 1.7 lakh to Rs 2.7 lakh per month.

The court noted in its recent ruling that she was a filmmaker who had studied in the US and it was not easy for her to revive her career as she had remained away from her profession for 17 years.

“It is an admitted fact that appellant has done a course in Film Making from United States of America. She got married with the respondent (husband) in the year 2000 and since then she is not working,” the judge said.

Her qualification can be utilised only in the film industry which offers a “very uncertain career” and works on the principle of “out of sight, out of mind”, he added.

“To regain her foothold in the film industry will not be an easy task, considering the mental state she must be having after her marriage broke,” he stated.

The court also observed that a woman should not be dependent on a man for survival but at times even a working woman is devastated when her marriage crumbles.

It referred to gender equality in society and expectations that a woman should not be dependent on a man for her survival and sustenance, particularly when she has “capacity” to make her own living.

“At the same time one has to consider the fact that many a times even a working women is so devastated when her marriage life crumbles that it take considerable time for her to gather the strength to bear the reality,” the court said.

The judge also said that the husband maintained a high standard of living and the Rs 1 lakh awarded to the woman by the magisterial court was not sufficient.

“I would say that the husband is maintaining a high standard of living which a person cannot achieve and maintain with the sum of Rs 1 lakh per month. Needless to add here that appellant being the wife is entitled to live the same lifestyle,” the judge said.

The court also rejected the husband’s contention that his wife had committed adultery, saying the matter was subjudice before a competent court and it was only an allegation which was not proved yet.

“Considering the lifestyle which she is accustomed to, it would be appropriate to increase the interim maintenance subject to the final outcome of the petition under Domestic Violence Act,” the court said.

The court noted that the trial court had awarded Rs 70,000 for alternate accommodation to her.

“It is to be noted that appellant has been living with her husband in New Friends Colony which obviously is a class one colony inhabited by affluent people.

“...reasonable want for accommodation can be met by awarding a sum of Rs 70,000 exclusively for her accommodation and for meeting her maintenance and ancillary expenses a sum of Rs two lakh will be justified at this stage considering the standard of living of husband and which has been enjoyed by the woman in the matrimonial home,” it said.

The woman had challenged a 2015 order of the trial court awarding her Rs 1.7 lakh per month as interim maintenance including accommodation expenses.

In her complaint, the woman alleged that her husband and mother-in-law inflicted extreme torture. She sought maintenance and accommodation allowance claiming her husband’s annual income was over Rs 60 lakh.

The husband, however, claimed innocence and contended that the woman was a qualified woman who has been working in film industry and was competent to earn her livelihood. Source : ht

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Police said the woman from east Delhi’s Ghazipur had an extra-marital affair, and later planned the murder of her daughter with her lover after the child found them in a compromising position.

A six-and-a-half-year-old girl was killed by her mother and her partner in east Delhi’s Ghazipur on Wednesday night, after the child reportedly saw them in a “compromising position”, police said.

Deputy commissioner of police (east), Omvir Singh, said that the 29-year-old woman and her partner, Sudhir, 23, were arrested on Thursday, after neighbours tipped off investigators about their affair.

“The couple planned to kill the girl after she threatened to inform her father,” said DCP Singh. The woman lived with her husband and three children, two sons and a daughter, near Ghazipur Dairy Farm in east Delhi. Her husband is a cart puller. The accused, Sudhir, a labourer, lived in the same neighbourhood.

“The woman had an extra marital affair with Sudhir for some time. She later planned the murder of her daughter with him after the child found them in a compromising position on Wednesday evening . The man slit the girl’s throat, while the mother held on to her hands. Both have confessed to their crime during interrogation,” said Singh.

Police said that on Wednesday evening, Sudhir allegedly entered the woman’s house while her husband was out drinking at a nearby liquor shop. The woman’s minor sons, aged four and two years old, were watching television in another room.

“The woman’s daughter spotted them in a compromising position. She threatened to tell her father, after which the duo took her to a neighbour’s terrace and slit her throat with a knife,” said an investigator.

Police have recovered the knife used in the murder from the house. Police said that after the murder Sudhir left the house while the woman approached the neighbours and told them that her daughter was missing. She then pretended to join her husband and other neighbours in searching for the girl.

Police received a PCR call about the missing girl around 10pm on Wednesday. A police team reached the house and began a search for the girl, a Class 1 student at a government school. Police later found the body on the terrace of the neighbour’s building at around 1.30am on Thursday.

The girl was taken to a hospital where she was declared brought dead. A murder case was subsequently registered at Ghazipur police station.

“Initially, the girl’s mother was very calm during investigation. However, during further probe, we became suspicious about her role because neighbours informed us that she was having an affair with Sudhir who lived in the same neighbourhood. Both were interrogated and they confessed to the crime,” said the officer.

Police said the woman had told her four year old son that his sister was ‘taken by ghosts.’ 

Source : ht

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Amid the speculations of former All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam(AIADMK) general secretary V Sasikalagetting VIP treatment in Parappana Agrahara central prison where she is lodged in a corruption case, a report by the Deputy Inspector General (DIG) (Prisons) D Roopa has asserted that a bribe worth Rs  2 crore was given to the prison officials, including the Director General (Prisons) in order to avail special facilities.

Roopa, in a report to Director General (Prisons) HN Satyanarayana Rao, has said there are speculations that Sasikala paid bribe to prison officials to get special facilities for herself with rumours also of the DG being a beneficiary himself.

The letter, apart from the information about Sasikala, also talks about many other illegal instances inside the prison.

A special kitchen has been set up for Sasikala, which is against the rule of the jail.

Roopa has also mentioned about stamp paper scam accused Abdul Kareem too getting special facilities. “Earlier, he was on wheelchair and court allowed people for his assistance. But now, when he is fine, why is this continuing? In fact, three or four undertrials are there to serve him, who even gave him hands and feet massage,” the letter stated.

She also mentioned that she got medical check-up of jail inmates done and in the drug test it has come to light that many convict prisoners are using various types of drug kits in the jail.

She even exposed that a prisoner in the jail had tried to sexually assault a nurse in the hospital while he was bought for

She even exposed that a prisoner in the jail had tried to sexually assault a nurse in the hospital while he was bought for

She even exposed that a prisoner in the jail had tried to sexually assault a nurse in the hospital while he was bought for check-up, but no action taken over it.

Roopa even pointed out that prisoners are harassing doctors to prepare fake report stating they be shifted to hospital citing health reasons.

She also said that the DGP was trying to interfere with her work. She said a memo was sent by the DGP to her seeking an explanation on why she went to Central Jail on July 10.

Roopa has sent the report to additional chief secretary DGP prisons and home secretary too to take a disciplinary action against the guilty.

 

 

 

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NEW DELHI:  The Anti-Corruption Branch of the Delhi police has started investigating sacked minister Kapil Mishra's allegations of a medical scam on Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's watch.

Mr Mishra, who has been hurling allegations of corruptions almost daily at Chief Minister Kejriwal and other ministers, has alleged a 300-crore fraud in the purchase of medicines by the Health Department. He had complained to the Anti-Corruption Branch, which reports to the Union Home Ministry and has a history of acrimony with the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government.

The allegations revolve around the Delhi government announcing free medicines at all its hospitals.

At a press conference, Mr Mishra said medicines worth crores were requisitioned but they never made it to government pharmacies and are lying unused in stores. Police teams are searching some of these storage areas.

Mr Kejriwal's recent surprise visit to one of the hospitals allegedly revealed irregularities and the lack of medicines and even basic facilities.

The Chief Minister has recommended the sacking of the Sanjay Gandhi Hospital's Medical Superintendent.  Mr Mishra has alleged that the lack of medicines at the hospital reflect a larger scam in the procurement of the medicines.

Mr Mishra, who was Water Minister in the Delhi cabinet, was sacked earlier this month and later suspended by AAP as he launched a fierce attack on Mr Kejriwal, accusing him of corruption.

Yesterday, as Mr Mishra demanded a discussion in the Delhi Assembly on what he called various scams including the alleged medicine fraud, he was manhandled by AAP lawmakers and dragged out of the house by marshals.

 

 

 

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Chandigarh: The Income Tax Department has started an inquiry into the mining contracts allegedly bagged by four former employees of Punjab minister Rana Gurjit Singh, even as the state government ordered a judicial probe in the matter on Monday.

While opposition parties, including the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), demanded sacking of Gurjit Singh, the state irrigation and power minister, pending inquiry in the case, he exuded confidence of coming out clean in the probe.

Questions were being raised over the allotment of mining contracts to Amit Bahadur at Saidpur Khurd village in Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar for Rs 26.51 crore, Kulvinder Paul Singh at Mehadipur in SBS Nagar for Rs 9.21 crore, Gurinder Singh at Rampur Kalan village in Mohali district for Rs 4.11 crore and Balraj Singh at Bairsal village for Rs 10.58 crore.

"An inquiry into the mining contract awarded to four persons whose names have appeared in newspaper reports, has been initiated but it is at preliminary stage now," an income tax official said on Monday.

Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh also ordered setting up of a judicial commission to probe the allegations of impropriety against the state irrigation and power minister in the multi-crore sand mining auctions held recently by the state government, an official spokesman said.

The one-man commission would include Justice (Retd) J S Narang and would submit the report within one month.

The terms of reference for the inquiry commission, formed under the Commission of Inquiry Act, would be notified soon, an official statement said.

Rana has offered to resign in order to ensure a free and fair investigation into the matter, however the chief minister asked him to continue till the outcome of the judicial probe, a decision decried by opposition parties, it said.

The chief minister announced his decision to set up the commission after taking suo motu cognisance of media reports accusing the minister of acquiring certain mines in the names of his company's staff, the statement said.

Rana has denied any links of his company, Rana Sugars Limited, with the auctions and has said his company has no stake, direct or indirect, in the sand mining business.

"There was no question of allowing any deviation from the government's policy of clean governance," Amarinder Singh said, adding he would take all steps to ensure that there was no violation of the trust reposed by the people in his government and the Congress.

In a statement issued, Gurjit Singh welcomed the probe and said he has full faith in the judicial process and expressed confidence that he will come clean.

Opposition parties, the AAP, the SAD and the BJP, have been demanding immediate sacking of Rana for allegedly acquiring sand and gravel mines through "benaami transactions in the name of his former cook and staff".

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has demanded the minister's resignation or dismissal from state cabinet pending inquiry, arguing that otherwise the entire probe would appear to be "meaningless and a farce".

"The belated inquiry ordered by Amarinder Singh into the mining scandal appears to be a tailor-made exercise to absolve the accused minister, Rana Gurjit Singh. We are of the firm opinion that if Rana Gurjit Singh continues to be a member of cabinet, the said inquiry can never be free, fair and impartial," AAP leader and MLA from Bholath Sukhpal Khaira said in a statement.

The party said it would stage a sit-in protest outside the the residence of the Punjab chief minister to press for its demands.

The AAP also sought to remind the ruling Congress of its "double standards" saying it had vociferously rejected the Justice Jindal Commission which was tasked to probe role of former education minister in NDA government in state, Sikandar Singh Malooka, on grounds that he had not resigned from the cabinet.

"The Congress had also staged a 'dharna' to pressure the then Badal government to sack the minister but why different yardsticks now," Khaira asked.

Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) termed the judicial inquiry ordered by the government as "too little too late" and demanded immediate sacking of the minister to ensure a free and fair probe.

"Rana has admitted that his Nepalese cook who earns a few thousand made a successful bid for a Rs 26 crore sand and gravel mining site. Other employees of Rana have also bagged mining sites taking the total amount of investment by the employees to Rs 50 crore. The minister has agreed to all this but has come out with a lame excuse that the employees left his service recently. This is unbelievable," party spokesman Daljeet Singh Cheema said in a statement.

"This is a clear case of corruption, benaami deals and possibly even hawala transactions. It would have been in the fitness of things if chief minister Amarinder Singh had handed over the case to the Enforcement Directorate besides involving the Income Tax authorities," he added.

These agencies would have been able to investigate and bust the money trail which allowed paupers with few pennies in their name to acquire sand mines, he said.

"Obviously all this was done at the behest of Rana Gurjit. If the minister is not sacked it is likely he will be able to influence key witnesses and a fair investigation of the case would not be possible," he alleged.

The BJPs youth wing in Punjab sought a CBI probe in the matter pertaining.

BJP's Punjab unit secretary Vineet Joshi issued a statement demanding the government order a CBI probe to inquire into the mining contracts allegedly bagged by four former employees of the Punjab minister.

The two two-day sand auctions related to 50 mines and they have generated a revenue of nearly Rs 300 crore, leading to the highest ever earnings from the mining sector for the state government.

Another 56 mines would be put to auction on 11 June and the government is expecting to generate another Rs 300 crore from them. The state government's revenue from the mine auction last year was merely Rs 40 crore.

 

 

 

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