Embarking on controversy UP Women’s Commission member Meena Kumari said that giving mobile phones to girls can lead to rapes. Kumari made the controversial remark during a public hearing of complaints related to women in Aligarh district. "Mothers have a big responsibility. Today, if their daughters are careless, then mothers are responsible for that," she added. Besides, Anju Chaudhary, the commission's vice-chairperson distanced herself… read-more
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In Uttar Pradesh’s Aligarh district, a newlywed man has been stabbed to death by his friends for not providing them with alcohol. The 28-year-old Bablu was unable to arrange liquor for his friends, whom he visited soon after his marriage. In a heated argument, one of the drunk friends attacked and stabbed Bablu. While the police have arrested the main accused Ramkhiladi, they are in search of the absconders.
In Uttar Pradesh's Aligarh, a 30-year-old man was shot down for refusing to offer Rs 200 to an acquaintance. Reportedly, the incident has occurred in the Civil Lines area after the deceased Anwar denied the amount to Asif on November 28. As per the Police Superintendent (City) Abhishek Kumar, the suspect is a drug addict. Moreover, the accused fled away the spot after the murder.
Courtesy: The Times of India
Sharjeel Usmani, a student from Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) who was involved in clashes between AMU-students, police, and security forces during the anti-CAA protests, has been booked under the UP Control of Goondas Act. Reportedly, an externment order has been issued against him, banning his stay in Aligarh for six months. Official order has called Sharjeel "a threat for the public". However, Sharjeel said the actions against him are "… read-more
Courtesy: The Indian Express
Dr Azimuddin Malik, who had rejected the UP Police's “no rape” theory in the Hathras rape case was denied an extension in his service at the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU). Malik, a temporary doctor at AMU claimed that the samples were collected 11 days after the incident and had no evidentiary value. Reportedly, his service ended on October 10. However, AMU authorities have denied any relation between the incidents.
Courtesy: New Indian Express