Former Pakistan CM Imran Khan has been booked for the threatening judge and senior police officials. On August 20, Khan, the Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaff (PTI) addressed a meeting at F-9 Park, and allegedly threatened a female magistrate and the Islamabad Police, following which a case under Anti-Terrorism Act was registered. Furthermore, the live broadcasting of Imran Khan's speech was also stopped, as confirmed by the local media… read-more
Two Afghan nationals are among the four persons recently arrested in Delhi's Bhogal, in connection with an India-Afghanistan drug syndicate. Those involved in this syndicate would manufacture and adulterate heroin in the local areas, the probe has revealed. One investigator, who is privy to the details of the case, has shared that the man leading the syndicate is based in Dubai.
As many as 146 people have been booked over the Hubli stone pelting incident. Among those arrested was AIMIM political leader and the Hubli unit president, Dadapeer Betgeri. It is known that out of the 146 persons, around 145 of the accused have been sent to Hubli, Ballari, Dharwad, Mysore, and Kalbugri jails. All of them would reportedly remain in judicial custody for more than one month.
The Assam Police have booked three people for plotting the assassination of State Finance Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma. Identified as members of the rebel outfit United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA), one among the arrested was ULFA’s vice-chairman Pradip Gogoi. The nabbed accused had reportedly planned to assassinate Himanta using explosives and firearms. The city court has granted a three-day custody of the trio to the Assam Police.
Courtesy: Times Now