भड़काऊ पोस्ट पर हरियाणा पुलिस द्वारा गिरफ्तार किए जाने के बाद 14 दिन की न्यायिक हिरासत में भेजे गए मोनू मानेसर
गोरक्षक मोनू मानेसर को मंगलवार को हरियाणा पुलिस ने गिरफ्तार करने के बाद 14 दिन की न्यायिक हिरासत में भेज दिया। जानकारी के मुताबिक, मानेसर के एक बाजार से गुजरते वक्त उन्हें हिरासत में लिया गया। पुलिस ने कहा कि उन्हें 28 अगस्त को सोशल मीडिया पर भड़काऊ पोस्ट के आरोप में हिरासत में लिया गया था। एडीजी लॉ एंड ऑर्डर ममता सिंह के मुताबिक मानेसर ने सोशल मीडिया पर भड़काऊ पोस्ट की थी।
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Bajrang Dal member and cow vigilante Mohit Yadav alias Monu Manesar was arrested by the Haryana Police on September 12. He was accused for uploading “objectionable and inflammatory” posts under a fictitious name on social media. Sources said, “After the violence on July 31, Nuh police had been regularly scanning social media posts for objectionable content. In one such case, a person was found putting up series of objectionable posts.
Courtesy: The Indian Express
In a horrific incident, a class X student was burnt alive in Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh. A few people, including the prime accused named Venkateshwar Reddy poured petrol on the innocent child and burnt him alive. As per victim's grandfather, the accused was harassing Amarnath's sister, following which he warned Venkateshwar and had fight with him. A case has been registered and an investigation is underway.
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Amid the ongoing chase for Khalistani pto leader Amritpal Singh, his wife Kirandeep Kaur has been stopped from boarding a flight. As per sources, Kaur was boarding a flight for Amritsar, when she was stopped. Although she has not yet detained, the Punjab Police is interrogating her about her husband and wanted Khalistani Amritpal Singh. Furthermore, the immigration department is also questioning Kaur.
The Bathinda Military Camp fire incident saw an update after the Punjab Police and Army official detained the accused for killing four jawans. Notably, the police detained one Gunner Desai Mohan, an army personnel posted at artillery unit. The police said Desai confessed to his crime that he stole bullets to kill four collegues. As per the initial investigation, personal reasons could be the reason behind the crime, details awaited.
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Telangana Police arrested YSRTP President YS Sharmila, while she was trying to lay seige the Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) office in Hyderabad. However, the police stopped Sharmila, asking her to leave the area, and when she continued the protest, the female police personnel detained her. Notably, YS Sharmila along with her supporters called for the protest against the paper leak issue, demanding a CBI probe.
Amid the second multilocation Public Front of India (PFI) raids, 30 people associated with the PFI were detained in Delhi. On September 27, raids were carried out in Nizamuddin and Shaheen Bagh, in the national capital as part of a crackdown against the outfit. The Special Cell of the Delhi Police conducted raids and said, "We have conducted raids at multiple locations."
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BJP leader Suvendhu Adhikari has been detained by the Howrah Police, after a clash between BJP workers- police, during the Abhiyan Nabanna clash. On September 13, Adhikari, Locket Chatterjee and Rahul Sinha were detained and taken to Kolkata Lal Bazar Police station. The BJP criticised the Mamata Banerjee-led TMC has turned the state into North Korea. Notably, BJP called for Chalo Nabanna Abhiyan, against the TMC Government.
A clash broke out between BJP workers and the West Bengal Police force, during "Abhiyan Nabanna". Notably, on September 13, the BJP called for a rally to Nabanna, without police permission. In regard to this, the City Police deployed close to 3,000 officials to restrict rally to reach to Nabanna, the headquarters office of the Trinamool Congress (TMC.) In addition, during the clash, many BJP workers were detained in WB.
BJP's Tajinder Singh Bagga was detained from his Delhhi residence, by the Punjab Police on May 6. According to ANI, the leader was arrested for allegedly threatening Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal. Furthermore, Tajinder's father and BJP leaders in Punjab called the action to be a misuse of power for targeting Bagga and condemned the arrest. As of now, the BJP leader is in Janakpuri Police Station.