Sibling rivalry leads to vehicle vandalism at Pune’s Sasane nagar
The fight between two brothers led to one of them vandalising as many as eleven vehicles - 10 two-wheelers and one four-wheeler at Sasane nagar of Hadapsar area on Saturday night.
According to the police, the main suspect has been identified as Satturya alias Rajesh Newase, who is on bail in an attempt to murder case. Newase allegedly resorted to stone pelting and vehicle vandalism. He was initially caught by residents but he managed to slip away due to commotion that prevailed after the vandalism. A large number of policemen including senior officials rushed to the spot on being informed about the vandalism.
Sunil Tambe, incharge, Hadapsar police station sad that ten vehicles are damaged. More than a dozen youth armed with sharp weapons, iron rods and sticks resorted to vehicle vandalism. “Newase had a quarrel with his brother after which he took to vandalism,” Tambe said.
The police have booked ten people apart from Newase on charges of endangering the lives of citizens, destruction to public property among other relevant sections.
“ We will order a massive crackdown on repeat offenders of the crime. More details are being sought and strict action will be taken ,” he said.
The crime registration statistics of city commissionerate states that as many as 350 vehicles were vandalised in different parts of Pune in the past two years. 300 vehicles were found to be burnt by miscreants In the last one year, nearly 150 vehicles have been vandalised.
The Yellow Line of Delhi Metro goes all the way from Samaypur Badli in the north to Green Park and Mehrauli in the south, to HUDA City Center in Gurugram. Now, the fiercely individualistic Gurugram has its own metro service. Rapid Metro originates from Cyber City and culminates at the evocatively named Sector 55–56 metro station.
Carrying on with their sporting legacy in global events, Haryana athletes stamped their authority once again to bag 20 medals for India in the Commonwealth Games held in Birmingham; nearly 35 percent of the medals won by India. India won 22 gold, 16 silver and 23 bronze to finish at the fourth spot behind Australia, England and Canada. Amit Panghal from Rohtak's Mayna village also won a gold in men's flyweight (51kg) in boxing.
Haryana home minister Anil Vij on Monday said the state police will dig out and solve every layer of the case pertaining to recent death threats and extortion calls that four Haryana legislators had received. According to the home minister, three MLAs from Punjab and two MLAs of the Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi had also received such threatening calls.
Bathinda MP Harsimrat Kaur Badal on Monday asked Union power minister RK Singh to place in Parliament the details of the meeting held with the state governments and farmer organisations on the Electricity Amendment Bill. Speaking in the Lok Sabha on Monday, she asserted that the agriculture ministry had given a written assurance to the farmers' organisations that these Bills will be placed in Parliament after consultation with them.
In a well-crafted move, at least 19 Congress MLAs had moved adjournment motions seeking a debate on law and order. The speaker, Gian Chand Gupta, however, said Congress' adjournment motions along with that of INLD MLA Abhay Singh Chautala had been converted into calling attention notice and clubbed with the admitted calling attention notice of Independent MLA Balraj Kundu. Endorsing Hooda's views, Congress Legislature Party leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda also lodged a protest.