In a shocking event, a molester, out on bail, allegedly harassed the victim and threatened her to withdraw the registered case against him. Identified as Biharilal Yadav, the accused confronted the victim, who filed a case against him and threatened her, demanding withdrawal. The accused was claiming that the police provided him with the address and details. Frustrated, the victim shared the incident on social media, leading to Biharilal's… read-more
A sessions court in Mumbai has granted bail to Bishnu Bhowmik (56,) arrested for calling up the landline number of Reliance Hospital in Mumbai and threatening to kill industrialist Mukesh Ambani and his family. On September 19, the Additional sessions judge AA Kulkarni granted bail to Bhowmik against a personal bond of Rs 15,000. Furthermore, the bail was in view of medical grounds, confirming Bhowmik was suffering from bipolar-disorder.
In Mumbai, the police detained a man, identified as Afzal, who is making threat calls to the business tycoon Mukesh Ambani and his family. Notably, the man called on the landline and threatened the family members, and informed the police, which launched an investigation and detained the person. The police also informed me that the caller was mentally unstable. Furthermore, an FIR has been registered and an investigation is underway.
A criminal case has been filed against BJP leader Ganesh Naik under Section 506 (2) for criminal intimidation and Section 417 for cheating. The woman alleges that she had been in a relationship with the BJP leader for several years and that they even had a son together. Naik had, however, started to avoid her, and had declined to give her any marital rights. She was also met with threats.
Few residents of Manali’s Hurling village for the first time have spotted the Himalayan Serow - a threatened species - in Great Himalayan National Park, Kullu and Chamba region. Forest conservator Anil Thakur believed that it might have wandered from its habitat Rupi Bhawa Wildlife Sanctuary. After spotting the animal, the forest department has called its officials led by DFO Hardev Negi to keep a track of the threatened animal.
Courtesy: The Times of India