Marina Beach in Chennai had submerged due to the recent heavy rains in the city. However, the beach was cleaned by the police personnel and Greater Chennai Corporation (GCC) workers on November 14. Moreover, the Triplicane Police station was also cleaned by a team of police personnel along… read-more
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In the midst of heavy rain in Chennai, police inspector Rajeshwari, carried an unconscious man on her shoulder to an auto rickshaw and rushed to the hospital on November 11. She stated that they were working on removing a tree that fell in the cemetery, when she received information about the man. Furthermore, Rajeshwari told ANI, "I assured them not to worry… read-more
In Maharashtra's Palghar district, police arrested a man, and retrieved Ganja worth Rs 25,000. Crime detection unit of Mira Bhayandar-Vasai Vihar Police Commissionerate nabbed the accused, identified as Rizwan Abdul Khan (24). Furthermore, a case was registered under the NDPS Act at the Pelhar police station against the accused. The MBVV police said, "Over 2.4 Kg ganja was recovered from him".
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According to reports, 34 child-friendly police stations will be set up by the Odisha Government across the state, in order to eliminate the stress of children. Furthermore, each police district will set up such a station. “All of these proposed police stations will have special facilities for children and special logos, plaques, libraries for children featuring a variety of books, magazines and newspapers.”, read the CMO’s statement.
Police Commemoration Day is celebrated on October 21 every year to pay tribute to all the police who lost their lives on duty. Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath attended the event to commemorate the personnel at Lucknow. Meanwhile, Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray and Deputy CM Ajit Pawar also attended the event in Mumbai, to pay tribute to the police personnel.
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Owing to the bribery case, Vijay Belge, a senior inspector at Mumbai's Andheri police station has been suspended. Reportedly, Belge has been accused of not taking any actions against a dance bar operating under his jurisdiction. However, a senior police official said, "last month there was a raid on a dance bar following which an inquiry was initiated against him. After the inquiry, he was suspended on September 29.”
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A Madhya Pradesh based Couple were forced by fellow villagers to dance with tyres around their necks as a punishment for eloping. The incident came to light when a video of them being punished went viral on social media and a case against the aggressors was registered. A 13-year-old was also seen in the video, being punished for helping the couple. The Police have arrested three suspects so far.
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
Assam Police General Director, GP Singh confirmed on September 18 that two militants of the ULB (United Liberation of Bodoland) have been killed on September 17 during a fire exchange. As per police reports, the two militants were killed by the Assam Police at their camp in Assam's Kokrajhar district. However, pistols and grenades were also recovered at the camp of the Militants.
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Karnataka police arrested a sub-inspector on September 1 for forcing a Dalit man to ''lick urine on the floor''. Reportedly, the incident took place at Gonibeedu police station in Mudigere taluk on May 10. However, the victim was in custody based on villagers' oral complaints about creating confusion between a couple. Besides, the district court has sent the sub-inspector under 14 days of judicial custody on September 2.
Courtesy: Hindustan Times