Union Minister Ajay Mishra Teni's son Ashish Mishra has been sent to judicial custody following his arrest in connection with Lakhimpur Kheri violence in Uttar Pradesh on October 9. However, a local will decide whether he'll be sent to police custody for three-day on October 11. Police have arrested two out of seven accused mentioned in the FIR. Notably, eight people died in the violence, including four farmers.
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About ten Australian police officers sustained injures during a large protest in Melbourne, which resulted in the arrest of around 253 people on September 18. Reportedly, the protesters called out protest against the extended lockdown imposed by the Australian government, however, Police Commander Mark Galliot said, "protesters came only to pick a fight with the police." Galliot further criticized the protester's actions and called it a "… read-more
To counter terrorism in India, Delhi Police's special cell has arrested six alleged terrorists from different cities, operating under the guidance of Pakistani agency ISI and "D company". Reportedly, they are planning to carry out dreaded serial blasts in different parts of the country. The police said they have recovered IEDs, grenades, Beretta pistols, and ammunition. Furthermore, the interrogation is underway, police added.
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Mumbai-based YouTuber Gautam Dutta was arrested by the ANC (Anti-Narcotics Cell) officials for the possession of "high-quality charas", on September 3. Dutta was apprehended by ANC officials during their patrol in the Juhu-Versova district, and upon searching his bag, nearly 1Kg "Charas" (worth Rs 50 lakhs) was found. Dutta was eventually arrested and booked under Section 8 of the National Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985.
In the latest development, Former Maharastra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh's lawyer Anand Daga has been taken into police custody. However, the transit remand was passed by the judicial magistrate after which he was brought to Delhi for further investigation. Two people have been arrested under the case including a CBI sub-inspector and will be presented before the competent court, said CBI.
The special cell of Delhi police has arrested the most wanted gangster "Kala Jatheri" and woman don "Anuradha" on July 30. Jatheri was active in multiple Indian states for offenses like extortion and Murder, while Anuradha was active in Rajasthan and was associated with kidnapping, extortion, and murder conspiracy. Police are probing for Jatheri's gang members who are apparently disseminated across various Indian states.
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The promoter of the Ambience group, Raj Singh Gehlot was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on July 29 on charges owing to bank loan fraud of Rs 800 crores. Reportedly, he will probably be presented before the court as he is booked under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). The probe found that the money was “sanctioned by a consortium of banks for the hotel project, was siphoned off by AHPL."
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A 14-year-old boy has been arrested by the police under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act 2012, for impregnating a minor girl in Tamil Nadu's Melur. Reportedly, the boy and the girl were classmates in a nearby school and infatuated with each other thus involved in a physical relationship without knowing the implication. Later the girl complained of ill health, resulting in the revelation of the truth.
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Concerning the 2016 land deal in Pune, Girish Chaudhary, the son-in-law of NCP leader Eknath Khadse was arrested and questioned by the Enforcement Directorate on July 6. However, he will be presented in front of a special court for cases registered under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act. Earlier, Khadse was also summoned in 2016 under the same case and was recently questioned for 6 hours in 2021.… read-more
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The Bombay High Court has granted transit anticipatory bail to Journalist Rana Ayyub, giving her protection for four weeks, from being arrested. She had shared a video of an elderly Muslim man being assaulted in Ghaziabad. Following which, the Loni Border police registered an FIR against her, on June 15. The FIR stated that the video was shared without verifying it's authenticity.
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