In Jharkhand’s Bokaro, a man has been brutally beaten to death over an alleged inter-community love affair, informed police on October 7. The incident reportedly occurred in Dhawaia village, under the limits of Mahuatand police station. Reportedly, the victim hailed from the Muslim community, and had an affair with a woman belonging to a different community. The victim was initially provided medical treatment, but later succumbed to the… read-more
A man in Ranchi has been arrested for allegedly vandalising an idol of Hanuman inside a temple on Ranchi’s main road. The arrest was reportedly made based on CCTV footage and eye witnesses. According to the police, the atmosphere became tense soon after the incident. However, the situation seems to be under control now. Meanwhile, adequate force has been deployed in the area to avoid any untoward incident.
In Jharkhand’s Dumka, four members of a family, including three women, were allegedly forced to consume human excreta, in a suspicion that the family was practising witchcraft. The incident occurred in Aswari village, and according to the police, the family was also tortured with a hit iron rod. The police further stated that the women were brutally thrashed and have been shifted to Saraiyahat Community Health Centre for treatment.
In the ongoing Ranchi violence case, Chargesheet has been filed against 11 accused by Jharkhand Crime Investigation Department (CID), informed officials on September 10. Reportedly, the incident took place on June 10, and an FIR was filed at the Daily market police station. As per NHRC guidelines, the case was transferred to CID in the last week of June.
In Jharkhand’s Dumka, a group of students after failing in the exams, tied the teachers to a tree and beat them up, for giving them poor marks. An FIR has been filed against 11 students and a headmaster. According to the complaint, the headmaster allegedly gave the instructions to the students to carry out the act. The attack was carried out after the students invited the teachers for a meeting.
The state of Jharkhand has reported four cases of Swine Flu, informed Jharkhand National Health mission on August 28. The cases have been reported form three districts, which are Bokaro, Ranchi and Giridih. The health department further stated that officials in the state are on high alert, and are ready to take measures to control the spread of Swine Flu. Further details on the matter are awaited.
In Jharkhand, class 12 student Ankita Kumari, who was allegedly set ablaze by Shahrukh, succumbed to her injuries in Dumka district, on August 28. The accused, who committed the crime amid unrequited love, has been arrested, confirmed the Dumka Superintendent of Police Ambar Ladka. "We will apply at fast track court for a fast trial. People are cooperating with us", said SP Lakda. Furthermore, CrPC Section 144 has been imposed.
In Jharkhand, four children and a woman who were allegedly trafficked have been rescued from Delhi, confirmed officials on August 21. While the girls were trafficked Jharkhand's Pakur district, the woman from Sahebganj district. This is not the first trafficking in Jharkhand, in the past 49 people have been kidnapped for the human trade business, and rescued. The nodal officer of Integrated Rehabilitation Resource Centre (IRRC), New Delhi… read-more
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The Jharkhand Congress is in the midst of a political uproar caused by the Bengal police's arrest of three party legislators with substantial amounts of cash. After the trio were detained and a purported attempt to overthrow the government was thwarted, the party appeared to be serious. Congress is likely to propose a motion to remove the arrested MLAs from office.
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Five persons have been detained in West Bengal, including three Congress MLAs from Jharkhand. The MLAs were discovered with Rs 50 lakh cash in their vehicles. A driver and an assistant have also been detained by police. On July 31, the three arrested MLAs appeared in Howrah District Court. Following the event, the Congress Party suspended three MLAs. The state CID has taken up the probe from … read-more
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