Crime branch arrests Pune man after 5 years for looting Rs 50 lakh
Five years after a man near Shindewadi was looted of ₹50 lakh, the crime branch of Pune police have arrested the accused person.
The accused has been identified as Subhash Lalbahadur Singh (36) a resident of Katraj. Acting on tip-off received by police Naik Amol Pawar, a team led by Rajendra Kadam, police sub-inspector and Dinesh Patil nabbed the accused at Katraj. He has been handed over to Rajgad police station (Pune rural police) for further investigation as the FIR is registered there.
According to the police, on October 13, 2014, Singh along with his accomplices blocked the car of the complainant with their bikes, threatened him with sharp weapons and looted away ₹50 lakh cash. Since then the accused was absconding.
A day after Congress appointed former two-time legislator Vikar Rasool Wani its J&K chief, there is indignation within the party as many leaders have termed the decision unfortunate. The Congress on Tuesday appointed Wani as its Jammu and Kashmir chief and senior leader Ghulam Nabi Azad the head of the campaign committee. However, Azad who is the senior-most member of the party, refused to be a part of the campaign committee.
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The government medical college in Amritsar, which is one of the oldest secondary and tertiary medical care institutes of the country, seems to have failed in meeting the expectations of thousands of patients of north India, especially of the Majha region comprising Amritsar, Gurdaspur, Tarn Taran and Pathankot districts, due to several shortcomings, including the acute shortage of super specialist doctors and support staff.
Three days after police recovered a Scooty with mud splattered on its number plates following a shootout with militants in Srinagar on August 14, the Jammu and Kashmir Police on Wednesday asked people in the capital city to verify credentials of buyers from local police stations before selling, renting or lending vehicles. The police also wanted people to contact the police before selling, renting or even lending their vehicles.
The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Wednesday attached the house of a terrorist suspected to have killed a Kashmiri Pandit a day earlier, while Wani, a categorised terrorist of banned Al-Badr outfit's father and three brothers were arrested for allegedly sheltering him. Police said the suspected terrorist, Adil Wani, killed a fruit farmer (48), Sunil Kumar Bhat, in an orchard in Shopian on Tuesday and went into hiding at his house in Kutpora. “Wani's house has been attached,” he said.