Case of illegal recovery from detainees Ajmer
Case of illegal recovery from detainees in jail, ACB arrested three including jailer
The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) took action in Ajmer Jail
The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) took action in Ajmer Jail on the intervening night of Wednesday and arrested three, including the jailer. Let me tell you that some time ago a case of Chauth recovery was made by threatening the detainees in jail, torturing them and providing facilities, due to which this action was carried out. In this case, ACB has already arrested 9 accused. Now this number has reached 12.
According to ACB, jailer Jaswant Singh, Rajendra Chaudhary and Anil Singh Chaudhary were arrested during the action. The three accused were arrested by the Special Unit at ACB Ajmer. Which was revealed on Thursday morning. At present, the three accused are being questioned. Along with this, the role of other jail personnel and officers in the case is also being investigated.
The case was revealed in July
Significantly, the entire case was disclosed by the ACB in July. In which the case of Chauth recovery was made by threatening the detainees jailed, torturing them and providing facilities. In July too, the Anti-Corruption Bureau team took major action and arrested two jailmen and four other persons playing the role of middleman. Apart from this, the involvement of a jailman of Jaipur Central Jail and a rogue on parole was also revealed.
Being charged from one and a half to 20 thousand rupees
Investigations had revealed that inmates in the jail were being illegally provided with beedi bundles, cigarette packets, mobile and other facilities. For this, one and a half to 20 thousand rupees were being charged. This gang used to earn black of about 25 lakh rupees every month. This amount was deposited in the bank accounts from the relatives of the prisoners.
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The roof of the two-storey house lowered the bull with the help of a crane
Sector -8 incident of Kudi Bhagatasani Housing Board
A bull climbed onto the roof of a two-storey house on Thursday morning at the city's Kudi Bhagatasani Housing Board. People were shocked to see the bull on the roof of the house. Some people went to the roof and tried to take the bull down through the stairs, but the bull kept jumping on the roof itself. Eventually the people tied the bull and lowered it down with the help of a crane.
Today, a bull reached the roof through the stairs of house number forty in the eighth sector in front of the power house in the housing board. After reaching the roof, the bull began to find a way to come down. Some people who came from there were shocked when they saw the bull on the roof of the house. He begins an attempt to save the bull.
A large crowd gathered on the spot in a short time. Some people went to the roof and tried to bring down the bull by the way of stairs, but the bull did not bother. After all the attempts failed, some people brought a crane. After this, some people daringly tied the bull and covered it with a cloth. The bull was then lowered with the help of a crane. Everyone felt relieved by bringing the bull down safely.
Chief Minister Gehlot said- Modi and his team never believed Mahatma Gandhi
Gehlot said - When there was a war of independence, there were big leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Nehru and Sardar Patel.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He said, 'Modi and his team did not believe in Mahatma Gandhi. He has never had any relation with Gandhi nor with Patel. They are running with both great men for votes.
He was speaking at a membership drive program launched at the State Congress Committee office to commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.
He said, 'When the war of independence took place, there were big leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Nehru, Maulana Azad, Sardar Patel. The RSS and BJP did not consider anyone at that time. Now they are trying to mislead the country by misusing their name. We have to expose them. Sardar Patel, whose name Modi ji repeatedly takes. He imposed restrictions on the RSS after the assassination of Gandhiji.
During this time, the body elections in November in Rajasthan were also discussed. Members of the cabinet, state congress officials and state heads of various organizations were also present in it.
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500 CCTV cameras clips were inspected to focus in on two men, who in the long run drove police to the seven men blamed for looting a goldsmith on gunpoint outside his home in Mukherjee Nagar on September 7. Every one of the seven blamed, including a minor, were caught Wednesday.
The occurrence occurred when Mahender Pal Narang was leaving for home from his shop. "When he arrived at the passage, two men moved toward him and one of them shot a discharge noticeable all around. The other one attempted to grab his sack, however when he opposed, one of the denounced took shots at him, harming his shoulder. Narang pursued the men, however they jumped on a bicycle and fled," said DCP (North West) Vijayanta Arya.
Narang asserted the sack had Rs 5 lakh and 450-gram gold, just as 1,600 US dollars, as he was to head out to the US that night.
As per police, CCTV film spread over passage and leave purposes of Mukherjee Nagar, the Hudson Lane showcase and cramped paths of Indira Vikas Colony. "CCTV film from his shop to his house was inspected and suspicious development of two men outside Narang's shop was taken note. During addressing, the blamed uncovered that two men floated outside the shop and kept a tab on Narang's development. They educated the charged men that he had left for home… they were all in contact," said Arya.
Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal Wednesday propelled 'Tatpar' application, created by the Delhi Police to encourage the conveyance of resident driven administrations. Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik and other senior government and cops were available at the dispatch at India Gate.
"The application coordinates elements all things considered and portable uses of Delhi Police, just as more than 50 different administrations. Through the application, natives can explore the closest police headquarters, prepaid taxi corner, and so on. The client will be given headings just as contact subtleties of the SHO concerned," Delhi Police representative Mandeep Singh Randhawa said. The application will likewise have a SOS catch.
As indicated by police, different units of Delhi Police have created web and versatile based applications in the course of the most recent three years to encourage the conveyance of native driven administrations. "These applications, be that as it may, were required to be introduced independently by the expecting client," said an official.