47 child beggars, labourers rescued by police under Operation Muskaan in April
: A total 29 child beggars and 18 child labourers have been rescued by the anti-human trafficking unit of Chandigarh police as part of a month-long campaign that culminated on Saturday.
The police had formed 15 teams of 30 police personnel which were sent to Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Delhi and Himachal Pradesh to trace the missing children.
Nine children were reunited with their families. Forty-eight awareness camps and 4 awareness campaigns were also launched by the police during the April 1-30 Operation Muskaan-VII.
Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), Women and Child Support Unit, Sita Devi discussed the achievements of the campaign.
This venerable stone gateway originally signposted the way to the aforementioned pilgrim town. One of the 14 Mughal-era gateways to punctuate the Walled City’s wall, the graceful Ajmeri Gate today is like a queen without her palace.
Assistant sub-inspector (ASI) Sanjeev Tomar’s quest ended on May 28, when he and members of his team arrested a man named Hari Om for abducting and killing Choudhary. Tomar, 47, now posted with the crime branch, was a constable at the Badarpur police station when the crime took place in 2007.
The approval for purchasing 89 new fire trucks was sought against the condemnation of 60 fire trucks, which have diesel engines and have reached their expiry time of 10 years, and have to be taken off service.
Vaibhav and Ankush were arrested under the provisions of Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). ED said both are directors of Ram Prakash Jewellers Pvt Ltd, which was raided on June 6. After the searches at premises linked to six people including the jewellery firm’s five directors, ED said it recovered ₹2.85 crore and 133 gold coins, alleging that the gold was from “unexplained sources” and was “secreted” in the properties.
Following the latest notification of the Plastic Waste Management Rules, 2022 in February, the central government directed all states and union territories (UTs) to phase out SUPs in a planned manner by July 1, 2022.