Loss due to undeclared power cut Behror
Loss due to undeclared power cut
Entrepreneur said - loss due to undeclared power cut and fault, improve
Officials of Jaipur Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited held discussions with the Ricoh officials and officials of Neemrana Industries Association and industry representatives in the auditorium of the Ricoh office about the power supply in the industries of Bahrod, Shahjahanpur, Neemrana and Sotanala.
This included unannounced power cuts at Neemrana without notice, frequent faults in EPIP from the old line from the main feeder to the Ricoh office, as well as replacement of careless employees of the 33 KV feeder of the EPIP and new feeders built near the Ricoh office. To be launched as early as possible, adding new grades created in Bahrod Industrial Area to 132 KVA and completing underground work and its DP And faults of small insulators were told about being early.
In Shahjahanpur Industrial Area, to complete the work of under-ground electrification which has been incomplete for 2 years, and to replace these open lines which are more and more faulty than many years old, new lines should be replaced as soon as possible to solve these problems. Gave instructions to. After a long discussion on electricity fuel charge, approval was sent to the State Electricity Regulatory Commission to recommend a reduction in fuel charge.
The power grid approval of the new 132 KVA in Industrial Area Phase 2 was also sent to the higher authorities for immediate action with advance action. Subhash Garg Senior Regional Manager Rico chaired. KK Sharma patron and former president Neemrana Industries Association, Krishna Gopal Kaushik Vice President Neemrana Industries Association, Anil Sharma Member Executive Neemrana Industries Association participated as industry representatives as well as BS Meena Superintending Engineer JVVNL Alwar, SK Gupta Superintending Engineer Power Ricoh, SP Gupta Superintendent Engineer Power Grid Cordy Other officials were present with the Nation Jaipur Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited.
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Robbery in hospital
Stole money from lab drawers, bought new clothes from the market and wore them; Caught again
On Monday afternoon, a young man entered the counter of Diagnostic Lab, located in the Rajiv Gandhi General Hospital campus, stole money from the drawer. After this he went to the market and bought new clothes. Wearing these new clothes, when he reached the hospital again, he was recognized by the lab staff and caught and handed over to the police. The young man was identified by photographs captured in a CCTV camera installed in a hospital lab. The young man caught is Scheme 2 resident Amit Kapoor. He has been arrested by the police on charges of theft.
The employee sitting at the cash counter in the Diagnostic Lab on Monday afternoon locked the drawer of the counter and went to the Chief Medical Officer for some time. At the same time, Amit Kapoor, scheme number two, entered the cabin. In CCTV footage, Amit is seen looking around for a while with a water bottle in his hand. After this, he sits on the stool kept there.
After getting up, the cash dragged out the drawer of the counter rapidly and takes out the money kept in it and escapes. This entire incident was done by Amit Kapoor within just one minute. Kishanlal Yadav, caretaker-in-charge, told that there is a possibility of theft of 8 to 10 thousand rupees in this incident. Nearly 5 thousand rupees have been recovered from the pocket of accused Amit. With some money, he bought jeans and T-shirt from the market.
According to police, the accused is also addicted to drinking alcohol. Kurevel Diagnostic Lab managing director Kuldeep Arya said that after the theft incident, the accused Amit came back to the hospital wearing new clothes after purchasing them from the market. Staff identified him based on CCTV footage
Attepmt to loot SBI ATM In alwar rajasthan last night
Attempt to rob ATMs by holding security guard hostage, miscreants fleeing to see police on patrol
Attempts were made to rob the cash-strapped SBI ATM guard. In the Govindgarh police station area of the district by capturing the weapon point. Just then, the police that Sigma came there left the crook guard and ran towards Sikri road. Due to which about 25 lakh rupees kept in the ATM were saved. On receipt of the information, the police station of Govindgarh reached the spot.
Police said that around 3:30 pm, four crooks came to the SBI ATM riding in the car and started trying to rob the cash from the ATM. During this, two miscreants sat in the car while two miscreants got down from the car and tried to break the ATM.
During this, on seeing Sigma passing through, the crooks ran away with the car towards Sikri road. The police also chase but the crooks did not get caught by the police. Police are trying to view CCTV footage of the surroundings to identify the miscreants. Police say the accused are being searched.
Guard held hostage at the tip of the weapon
Police said that at the time of the crime, the miscreants took guard Hemant hostage at the tip of the weapon and beat him up and made him sit in the car. The 2 crooks sat in the car holding the guard while the two crooks tried to bite him inside the ATM.
Soldier was posted to the 9th Battalion of the RAC, assassinated with a sharp-edged weapon at bedtime
Murder incident in Pacheri police station area in Jhunjhunu district
On Friday afternoon in the Pacheri police station area of the district, unknown people attacked and killed a jawan posted with a sharp weapon on the neck. The RAC jawan was the only one at home during the incident. Looking at the scene, it seems that he was sleeping on the bed during the incident.
On receiving the information, Jhunjhunu Gaurav Yadav along with DSP Mohammad Ayub Khan and Pacheri Thanaprabhari Mona Singh reached the spot. After checking the opportunity, the body was taken to Morchery. Where the dead body was handed over to the family after the post-mortem. The police have started a case by registering a murder case. Initially it is being said to be murdered in a mutual rivalry.
According to information received from the police, the victim of the murder is Dhani Nihaloth, Kuldeep Singh (32) son Chandan Singh Meghwal, resident of Pacheri Kalan. The RAC was stationed at Tonk in the 9th Battalion. Was sleeping alone in his house on Friday. His wife went to Lavani in the field. While father Chandan Singh went to the village.
Chandan Singh reached his house around 1:00 pm. Then the body of his son Chandan Singh was found on a bed in the porch of the house. There was a lot of blood strewn there. His neck was hit with a sharp weapon. A large number of people gathered there when the incident was known. On receiving the information, police officers reached the spot.
JEWELLARY SHOP ROBBED
There is no clue of the miscreants who robbed the showroom operator Jatin by robbing a jewelery of about 50 lakh rupees at New Prakash Jewelers in broad daylight on Sunday at Road No. 3 in Kotwali police station area of the district.
There is no clue of the miscreants who shot the showroom operator Jatin by robbing a jewelery of about 50 lakh rupees at New Prakash Jewelers in broad daylight on Road No. 3 in Kotwali police station area of the district on Sunday. Seriously injured jeweler Jatin Soni is undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Jaipur. Jhunjhunun police have not been able to arrest the miscreants even after several hours of passing.
In this situation, angry business circles and city dwellers called for Jhunjhunu bandh on Tuesday. Due to this, shops remained closed and there was silence in the markets. Hundreds of traders, locals and family members of the jeweler gathered in number, took out a rally. Which reached Jhunjhunu District Collectorate through the markets. Here traders submitted memorandum to the collector. Soon demanded the arrest of the miscreants.
Earlier, a large number of police personnel were deployed at the collector's main gate. Where he also got into shock with the protesters. Let us tell you that at around 2 pm on September 15, some crooks reached New Prakash Jewelers on Road No. 3. Jeweler Jatin Soni and his brother, along with two others, at a gun point, looted jewelery worth Rs 40 to 50 lakh and then escaped.
Meanwhile, when Jatin tried to run after the miscreants, the miscreant shot him. Due to this, Jaipur was referred to when the condition was serious. History heater Yogesh Charanwasi's name has emerged in the incident. At the same time, the Bolero used in the loot has been found in unclaimed condition near the abuser. All the robbers had helmets. Prima facie it emerged that the miscreants used a bike and two Boleros in the incident.