IPS Mamta Bishnoi's brother commits sui Bikaner
IPS Mamta Bishnoi's brother commits suicide
At the time of incident sushil`s mother, sister-in-law and their childrens were present at home
IPS Mamta bishnoi`s brother Raj kumar bishnoi living in a vedh magharam colony, commited sucide by shooting himself in his house. SP pramod sharma said that around 8 pm shushil sharma turned off his security camers and then shot himself with their licensed revolver. IPS Mamta also left with her husband Rahul Baruth after receiving information about her brother's suicide. Only after his arrival, Rahul's body will be taken to the hospital.
The police have neither received a suicide note at the scene nor found any reasons for his suicide. Sushil's mother, sister-in-law and their children were present at the time of the incident. SP, Additional SP City and CO City reached the spot as soon as the incident occurred at eight in the night.
Everyone is so shocked while listening this news. Now police is finding the answers of this case which is became a big highlight for the police department. Media is asking questions form his sister IPS mamta bishnoi. Police said that we will inform the media when we get some information regarding this case.
Firing on Farmer
Seven people on two bikes opened fire on the farmer with indigenous cuttings
On Wednesday evening, a farmer on his way home from a farm in Madhodiggi village, ten km from the town, was attacked by seven people. He beaten the first farmer with sticks and hair. After this, the native escaped by firing from the cuttles. On the information of the villagers, police reached the spot and took the injured person for treatment. He has been referred to Bikaner.
Madho Diggi resident Brijlal Od was coming home from the farm at seven in the evening. Meanwhile, seven unidentified people riding on two bikes stopped him. Started beating her with sticks and hair. The villagers reached there, firing before the native cuttings. Police reached the spot on the information of villagers. The injured Brijlal was first taken to the local CHC for treatment.
He was referred to Bikaner after first aid there. The police team raided several places to arrest the attackers, but did not succeed. No one had registered a case in this regard till the writing of the news.
North west railway hubli team wins railway road cycling competition
South Western Railway wins Hubli in Railway Road Cycling Competition
In the 57th All India Railway Road Cycling Competition, the 60 km team time trial was held on Thursday for the second day. In this, South Western Railway Hubli finished first, host North Western Railway second and Northeast Frontier Railway Guwahati's team third. Sports Secretary Omprakash Jat informed that there will be a 120 km mast start group race on Friday. Players will also participate in this group.
Players earning first place will be selected for the upcoming competition. To promote cycling in Bikaner, an open cycling competition will be organized for under-16 and under-18 children. It is worth noting that in the competition, the Central Railway Mumbai, Eastern Railway Kolkata.
Northern Railway New Delhi, North East Frontier Railway Guwahati, North Western Railway Jaipur, Southern Railway Chennai, South Central Railway Secunderabad, South Western Railway Hubli, Western, with international players from India. More than 120 players from Railway Headquarters like Railway Mumbai, MCF Rae Bareli etc. are participating.
Sd college student protest in sri ganganagar
Students protesting in Sriganganagar, shut down many colleges, demanding release of detained partner
The dispute that began in the city's SD College reached the streets on Friday. Students closed many colleges in the morning. Also blocked the road. Demonstrators demand that the students detained on Thursday be released. At the same time, police from several police stations reached the spot.
Please tell that classes were being closed due to the student college president of SD College being given the student union president's office and providing books in the library. Meanwhile, the police took a student into custody from the college administration.
Angry students demonstrated in front of the police station. Here the college administration has said that the students were threatening the lecturer on the pretext of closing classes. He tried to make peace in college. This will not be allowed in college.
The students warned that if their demands were not met, they would go on strike in all colleges.The sit-in demonstration is currently going on. Students of many colleges are shouting slogans against the administration on the spot. At the same time, the police is engaged in explaining.
Bikaner witness less rain
After 22 days of rain, rain fell 9.8 percent this year
On Sunday, after the departure of the monsoon, the clouds were again kind. The city blossomed after the past monsoon rains. Due to the heat and humidity, people were waiting for the rain. Drizzle started in the evening with strong winds and thunder clouds and five minutes of normal rain. The last rain in the city was on 31 August.
After 22 days, the clouds were kind to the city. Kolayat Kakadwala, Lunkaransar also received heavy rains. Despite this, Bikaner district has reduced 9.8 percent rainfall. The district has received 200 mm of rain instead of 221.80 millimeters. Last year, there was 253 mm of rain instead of 221 mm, which is 53 mm more than this year. Now there will be no monsoon rain as the monsoons are gone. Now due to western disturbance or low pressure area, rain may occur.
The entire division has received 11.1 percent less rainfall. The worst effect was on Sriganganagar where 39 percent less rainfall was received while Churu district received 18.9 percent more rainfall. Hanumangarh also received 26.7 percent rainfall. In the rural area, Nokha recorded the highest rainfall of 295, Kolayat 275, Bikaner tehsil 215, 114 in Pugal, Khajwala 110, 224 in Lunkaransar, 128 in Chhattisgarh, 216 in Sridungargarh and 197 mm in Bajju.
Bikaner city has received 226 mm of rain. The average 200 millimeter has been released. The surprising thing is that in September there is no rain except a few. The rains have come only till the end of August. On Sunday, the maximum temperature was 37.2 and the minimum temperature was 26.8 degrees Celsius.
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Woman and man beaten up in Nagaur, Rajasthan
In Rajasthan, a case of beating of women and men has come to light after being found in objectionable condition.
Law and order in Rajasthan is getting worse day by day. The police's failure is continuously seen . On Monday, a video of Nagaur district of the state went viral on social media, in which a woman and a man are being urinated after being brutally beaten. Both their hair was also cut. After the video went viral on social media, the administration came into action and Additional Superintendent of Police reached the spot. However, Nagaur District Collector and Superintendent of Police shied away from speaking about it officially.
After much effort, I spoke to Additional Superintendent of Police Nitish Arya and told that he himself went to the spot. The family members of the woman are involved in beating and urinating. At present, the case is being investigated. Only more can be said after investigation. He denied that the woman was urinating. However, the villagers have spoken of both drinking urine, cutting hair and beating them.
Know what is the matter
In the village of Nimbi Jodha of Ladnu tehsil of Nagaur case, two days ago, a woman and man were caught by villagers in an objectionable state. After holding both, they were first insulted in the middle of the village and then a panchayat was called. In the village panchayat, the panchs gave a decision to cut the hair after beating the woman and man. According to the decision of the panchayat, both of them were first beaten and then called a barber from the village and their hair was cut off in the middle of the chaupal. After cutting the hair, the Panchas pronounced the decision of both of them to urinate. Both of them were also fed urine from the bottle. Despite all this, the Panchas ordered the blackening of the face to insult them more.
Both of them were blackened on this. For this, Greece was ordered from a bicycle shop in the village itself. All this happened among the crowd of people and about two hundred people watched this entire episode with their own eyes. Someone from the crowd made a video of the entire incident, which went viral on social media on Monday. When this incident went viral on social media on Monday, the district administration and police officers came into action.
The woman's son is also among those beaten up in the video. According to villager Lilaram, a man and woman were caught by their relatives while making illicit relations. After this, the people of the place seized both women and men on the spot. The hair of both was cut and the man's face was blackened while crossing the limits to teach them a lesson. After this, he was fed urine from a bottle. At the same time, the woman was also assaulted. It is also seen in the video that during this time, women and men standing there are watching the spectacle.
Late in funeral due to flight
Even after giving 1.08 lakh rupees for air travel tickets, two brothers could not see the last of their brother
The family was crying at the Mumbai airport waiting for the flight to come to Jodhpur on Sunday afternoon. The flight was to fly from Mumbai at 9.30 am to reach Jodhpur at 11.20 am. On the death of his brother living in Dhundhara, two brothers had immediately booked four tickets for 1.08 lakh rupees so that they could have a final darshan. Air India officers at the airport are coming for the flight - they are coming and saying, keep increasing the time. Meanwhile, IndiGo flight from Mumbai also flew at 11.30 am.
Finally, Air India flight left at 3:30 pm and reached Jodhpur at 5.15 pm. Both brothers could not pay their last respects to their brother. Air India flight from Mumbai to Jodhpur leaves at 9.30 am daily. Chhatrasinh of Dhundara, who has been doing business in Bengaluru for nearly 40 years, was informed on Saturday evening that brother Kalyan Singh, living in Majhal village of Dhundara, has passed away.
He got his wife, son Nathusinh, younger brother Ranjit Singh and himself booked for a flight to Mumbai for Rs 1.08 lakh so that they could reach the Dhundara village by 12 am on Sunday to pay their last respects. They reached Mumbai from Bangalore in the morning, but the flight continued to lie down. It was said for the first time that this flight will leave at 10.30 am. Even after this, the family started getting late and requested Air India to transfer them to IndiGo flight leaving at 11.30.
The officers present said that our flight would leave at 12.30 pm but did not fly. Meanwhile, both brothers became restless. The passenger present handled them. Passengers also protested in front of Air India employees that when you do not know when the flight will leave, why did not they leave from Indigo. After all, the flight flew to Jodhpur at 3.15 pm, but by then the cremation was done in the village due to the obligation of cremation before sunset. Chhatrasingh and Ranjitsingh could not pay their last darshan despite spending 1.08 lakh rupees due to Air India's lethality. Laxmikant Pitti, a businessman from Jodhpur, went to get his father checked in Mumbai.
Shifting of children
Order to shift children in three days and close teenage homes
The crisis has arisen for the 15 neglected children in Rajsamand Kishor Griha. A crisis has arisen for these children to make other transfers. Commissioner of Child Empowerment Department and Government Secretary Veena Pradhan has issued an order to close government juvenile homes in eight districts of the state including Rajsamand. Orders have been issued to send the neglected children living here to other places.
Under Section 50 (1) for children aged 6 to 18 years who need care and protection under the Children's Care and Protection Act 2015, juvenile homes and child communication houses are built together on Deothadi Road in the city. Orders have been issued to separate the juvenile home and child communication house after objecting under the JJ Act. On this, instructions have been given to vacate the juvenile home in three days. This has created a new problem in front of the children living in adverse conditions.
There are currently 15 destitute and orphan children in the juvenile home. After ordering the closure of the juvenile home in three days, the probation officer issued an order to the State Communications Officer to vacate the juvenile house in three days. In such a situation, they will have to find a new place in three days. So far they have not found any place where the problem of keeping these destitute and orphaned children has arisen. At the same time, the government is now planning to build a safe juvenile home at the division level. By the time the new shelter home will be built, this problem has arisen where the children will be.
Commissioner Veena Pradhan told the order behind closing of juvenile homes, that according to the JJ Act, communication houses and juvenile homes cannot be operated simultaneously. Both types of houses are operating simultaneously in these districts. Dishonest and protected children are living together. Normal children are also being affected due to abusive children. The court had given instructions in this regard several times in the past to separate the two. Seeking to build a new juvenile home, member of the CWC, Gajendra Singh said that in compliance with the JJ Act, the juvenile home and communication house have been separated, but the closure of the juvenile house will cause inconvenience to the destitute children. For which the government will be demanded to build back a new juvenile home.
Jalor sirohi mp devji meet to cm ashok gehlot
Jalore-Sirohi MP Devji Patel, who came to meet Chief Minister Gehlot in the same queue during the Junsunwai
A different view was seen in Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot's public hearing held in Jodhpur. Devji Patel, MP from Jalore-Sirohi, went to meet the Chief Minister along with the general public. On seeing MP Devji, Gehlot spoke to him. Devji Patel sought to punish the guilty doctors in the case of the negligent death of a pregnant woman of the tribal society of Sirohi district. The Chief Minister immediately called the Divisional Commissioner and ordered an inquiry into the matter.
Devji Patel said that he sought time to meet Chief Minister Gehlot, but he was not given time. In such a situation, he reached the public standing here today in Jansunwai. Devji told the Chief Minister that on 2 October, a tribal took his pregnant wife to the hospital in Shivganj for treatment. The doctors there referred to Sirohi as anemic. In Sirohi, doctors demanded blood from the husband of a tribal woman. On the same day a large number of people donated blood in Sirohi.
Many people were returned without donating blood due to blood donation in excess of the capacity of the hospital's blood bank. Despite this, the doctors did not provide blood to a tribal woman and referred her to Udaipur. The woman gave birth to a dead baby due to not receiving blood on time. He blamed the hospital administration for this and demanded action against him. After listening to Devji, Chief Minister Gehlot summoned the Divisional Commissioner and ordered him to take action against the guilty doctors by investigating the entire case.
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.