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Drunken LIU cop creates ruckus, spared

india Updated: Oct 07, 2006 01:45 IST

A HEAVILY drunk Local intelligence Unit (LIU) sub-inspector (S-I) created ruckus while nominations for local body elections were going on at the Kalyan Mandap in Mahanagar on Friday.

Though the cops caught the drunken S-I and got his medical examination done, they allowed him to go without initiating action against him under relevant sections of the IPC/CrPc.

It was around 1 pm when candidates for local body election were busy filing their nominations and their supporters raising slogans. Suddenly, a man was spotted hurling expletives and engaging in fisticuffs with people trying to pacify him. 

On getting information CO Mahanagar Dhirendra Rai, who was ensuring security arrangement during nominations, went inside and asked the constables to throw the man out of the room. At this the S-I even misbehaved with policemen.However, CO Rai dragged the man out and brought him to the Mahanagar police station. The man was heavily drunk and was unable to speak properly. He was later taken for medical examination, which confirmed that he was drunk.

The man, who initially, was reluctant to disclose his identity, later identified himself as Anant Asthana, a sub-inspector with the LIU. The cops, however, claimed that a case was lodged against Asthana for creating nuisance at a public place.

Girl’s death: FIR lodged after court order

AFTER MOVING from pillar to post for justice, the father of a 15-year-old girl who was hanged to death for objecting to rape attempt by four youths in Mall area on August 28, finally got justice from the court.The victim’s father Sarju sought the help of senior police officials to get a murder registered but his efforts came to naught.

He knocked the doors of the court that issued an order to the local police to register a case and probe the incident. In the FIR Sarju stated that his daughter had left home in the evening of August 28. As she did not return home, the family members searched and found her body hanging from a tree outside the village. Sarju alleged that Keshan of the same village and others had caught the girl on her way home and dragged to an orchard. When they tried to molest her, she protested In the attempt to overpower her the accused strangled her .

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