Farmer Jagir Singh (90), who died on December 31, has been called for an investigation by Delhi Police's Crime Branch regarding the Republic Day violence. As per the deceased's son, Jagir Singh was bedridden for the past year and never participated in the protests. Moreover, the family claimed Jagir's two brothers, who were summoned, are innocent. Meanwhile, Bharatiya Kisan Union's (Ekta) Buta Singh Burgill has assured legal help to the… read-more
Courtesy: The Tribune
Delhi's RK Puram Police Station now houses a well-resourced library within its premises to encourage economically weak children to educate themselves. Dubbed as 'Delhi Police Public Library', the facility possess a seating capacity of 100 students and renders thousands of books and magazines besides a smart classroom with computers and internet connectivity. Moreover, coupling with an NGO to offer counselling and free competitive exam… read-more
Courtesy: The New Indian Express
The Delhi Police has disclosed that during COVID-induced lockdown, cases of cyber frauds rose by 190% in the national capital. Notably, while over 62% of the registered complaints were related to digital financial frauds, 24% linked with social media, and remaining others were associated with hate mongering. A steep hike was also observed in fake Facebook profiles and duping through fraudulent bank KYC-verifications. However, the police said … read-more
Courtesy: The Print
The Delhi Police has arrested the 'most wanted' miscreant of the Red Fort violence incidence, Maninder Singh, who was seen swinging swords during the tractor rally. The police have also recovered two swords from Maninder's house in Pitampura's Swaroop Nagar. Maninder (30), who is an AC mechanic and a sword trainer, confessed to have been radicalized by various Facebook posts. Moreover, he also revealed of brainwashing six other people from… read-more
Courtesy: The Indian Express
The Delhi Police on February 15 informed that three people aaccused of duping Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's daughter of Rs 34,000, were arrested from Uttar Pradesh. As per the police, the culprits - Kapil Kumar Rajouria (18), Wajid (26), and Manvinder Singh (25) were nabbed by tracing the bank accounts. Reportedly, the fake bank account belonged to Rajouria, who lent it to Wajid for commission of the fraud.
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
The Delhi Police on February 13 arrested a 21-year-old climate activist, Disha Ravi, from Bengaluru for allegedly editing the controversial toolkit shared by Greta Thunberg. Disha, one of the founders of the "Friday for Future" campaign – a global climate movement initiated in August 2018, was arrested from her house. Earlier on February 4, the police had registered an FIR after climate activist Thunberg tweeted the toolkit showing her… read-more
Accused of contributing to Red Fort mayhem, actor/activist Deep Sidhu and Iqbal Singh were taken to the violence site to recreate the scene on February 13. Reportedly, Delhi Police's Crime Branch tracked the route taken by the culprits, their activities and the events unfolded at Red Fort on Republic Day. Out of several accused, Sidhu and Iqbal, who were carrying a cash reward for their arrest, were nabbed this week.
Courtesy: The Indian Express
Republic Day violence victim Navreet Singh's grandfather Hardeep Singh has moved the Delhi High Court soliciting court-sanctioned Special Investigation Team (SIT) inquiry into the former's death. CCTV footage released by Delhi Police suggests that a collision with barricades and subsequent tractor overturn caused the death. However, Hardeep Singh, backed by forensic interpretation, alleges that Navreet was shot by policemen following which he… read-more
Courtesy: The Statesman
The Delhi Police on February 9 arrested actor-activist Deep Sidhu for his alleged role in the Republic Day tractor rally violence. Reportedly, protesting farmers had also accused him of fueling the violence at the tractor rally and the Red Fort on January 26. While different teams of the police had been tracing the actor, the Delhi Police had also announced a reward of Rs 1 lakh for providing leads on the actor.
According to the government sources, the initial investigation has revealed that the toolkit document shared by climate activist Greta Thunberg was prepared by a pro-Khalistani group, ‘Sikh For Justice'. The sources alleged that the Canada-based Sikh outfit prepared the Anti-India campaign toolkit to make it relevant even if the laws were repealed. Reportedly, the PowerPoint presentation toolkit has also architected plans to malign India’s… read-more
Courtesy: Times of India