Police filed case against bjp leader rashmi sharma on harsh firing in mathura on diwali


 पुलिस उनके खिलाफ शस्त्र अधिनियम के अंतर्गत मामला दर्ज कर जांच कर रही है. इस प्रकरण में पुलिस को कार्रवाई के लिए पुख्ता सबूत खुद पार्षद रश्मि शर्मा के ही फेसबुक वॉल से मिला. 

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Firing Between Police, Maoists In Chhattisgarh’s Bijapur A Day Before Elections: Updates:


Updates: Firing Takes Place Between Police, Maoists In Chhattisgarh Day Before Elections

An encounter is underway in Chhattisgarh’s Bijapur between security forces and Maoists (Representational)

New Delhi: 

An encounter is underway in Chhattisgarh’s Bijapur between security forces and Maoists. News agency ANI has reported that one Maoist has been killed in the ambush while one has been held. Security forces have also recovered arms and ammunition from the Maoists even as the operation continues. The encounter come just a day before the first phase of polling in Chhattisgarh.

Elections to the 90-member Chhattisgarh Assembly will be held in two phases on November 12 and November 20. The counting of votes will be held on December 11. In the 2013 Assembly polls, the BJP had won 49 seats, the Congress 39, the BSP 1 and Independent 1.

Here are the LIVE UPDATES of the encounter in Chhattisgarh

The exchange of fire in Bijapur took place at a forest in Bedre area when a team of the Special Task Force (STF) was out on an anti-Maoist operation, news agency PTI quoted a senior police officer. A body of a Maoist clad in “uniform” and a rifle were reportedly recovered from the spot.

The encounter come just a day before the first phase of polling in Chhattisgarh. 

Elections to the 90-member Chhattisgarh Assembly will be held in two phases on November 12 and November 20. The counting of votes will be held on December 11. In the 2013 Assembly polls, the BJP had won 49 seats, the Congress 39, the BSP 1 and Independent 1.

A set of 6 IEDs were planted in a series and were set off in one go between village Gome and Gattakal in Koyali beda, news agency ANI said.

A senior police officer said a BSF team came under attack when it was patrolling the area. A BSF jawan has sustained injuries in the blast. 

The encounter is taking place in Antagarh village in Kanker district, 175 km from state’s capital Raipur.





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BJP leader Rashmi Sharma harsh firing in Mathura on Diwali 2018


सुप्रीम कोर्ट के तमाम आदेशों की धज्जियां उड़ाते हुए मथुरा की बीजेपी पार्षद रश्मि शर्मा ने दिवाली के मौके पर हर्ष फायरिंग की.

मथुरा बीजेपी पार्षद पर चढ़ा सत्ता का नशा, दिवाली पर की हर्ष फायरिंग

रश्मि शर्मा के नाम से किसी भी गन का लाइसेंस नहीं है.





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Australia vs South Africa: Faf Du Plessis Takes A Stunner As Dale Steyn Returns To His Firing Best


Steyn pitched the ball up to Short and the batsman came hard at it as he looked to play it through covers, but only managed to find a thick edge and a flying Faf did the rest. 

Steyn has returned to Australia two years after he was ruled out of the first Test at the WACA Ground with a shoulder injury.

Extensive rehab repaired the shoulder, but more injuries followed. A heel issue forced him out of the dramatic Test series against Australia earlier this year.

But having played through nearly a full season of County cricket in England this winter and returned to the international arena in both Test and ODI cricket in 2018, the right-armer is back bowling as fast as ever.

As far as the match is concerned, the two sides are meeting for the first time since the Test series in South Africa this year boiled over with Australian players attempting to alter the ball with sandpaper.

Despite Australia being without banned Steve Smith and David Warner and their poor ODI form, Du Plessis said his team won’t be taking the home side lightly.





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Police arrested main accused of JVH mall firing case in Varanasi


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17-Year-Old Student Dies After Celebratory Firing At Wedding In Uttar Pradesh


A case of murder has been registered against four people by Uttar Pradesh police. (File)

Muzaffarnagar: 

A Class 8 student who was injured in celebratory gunfire during a wedding at Belda village in Muzaffarnagar has died, the police said today.

17-year-old Adil was hit by a bullet on October 27 when someone fired in the air. 

He was admitted to a hospital where he succumbed to his injuries on Thursday, said police official BP Singh.

A case of murder has been registered against four people, he said.





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Yogi Adityanath On Death Of Man In Police Firing: Not An Encounter


Opposition parties have demanded the resignation of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath (File)

Lucknow: 

Reacting to the death of a 38-year-old employee of a multinational company in police firing in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said on Saturday that the incident was not an encounter. He said the guilty would not be spared, and a CBI probe would be ordered if required.

Vivek Tiwari, 38, died after he was shot at by a police constable in Lucknow in the early hours of Saturday after he allegedly refused to stop his SUV for checking by the police. The constable and his colleague have been arrested, with a murder case registered against them.

The government has also promised a compensation of Rs 25 lakh and government job for Vivek Tiwari’s wife. Mr Tiwari will be cremated today.

Opposition parties have demanded the resignation of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath after the incident, terming it an example of the dismal law-and-order situation in Uttar Pradesh.

“Samajwadi Party president Akhilesh Yadav, who is presently in Madhya Pradesh, has termed the killing a result of the prevailing ‘jungle raj’ and demanded the resignation of Chief Minister Yogi,” said Samajwadi Party spokesperson Rajendra Chaudhary.

“The language of the Chief Minister, who advocates encounters, has been haughty and this has led to the audacity among the policemen. Governor Ram Naik has also been speaking about improvement in law and order, but it is not actually happening. The chief minister need to take moral responsibility of this and resign,” Mr Chaudhary added.

Congress Legislature Party leader Ajay Kumar Lallu alleged that the incident exposed the real character of the Bharatiya Janata Party, who had come to power on the promise of ending “goonda raj” and “jungle raj”.

“Those, who have the responsibility of checking crime, are flouting human rights for the lure of praise. Since the chief minister is holding the home department, he needs to resign on moral grounds,” the Congress leader said.

With inputs from PTI





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Soldier Missing After Unprovoked Firing From Pak In Jammu And Kashmir’s RS Pura Sector


A BSF soldier, on duty at the India-Pak International Border, is missing after firing from Pak

Jammu: 

A Border Security Force or BSF soldier has been reported missing from along the International Border in Jammu after he was believed to have been hit by unprovoked cross-border fire, officials said today.

They said the incident took place in the RS Pura sector of the International Border after Pakistan opened fire at a few locations on the Indian side including few Border Security Force (BSF) posts.

They said the Indian side is retaliating to the small arms fire from the other side and a manhunt has been launched to find the soldier, who may be present near the fence area.

“The jawan may have been hit. An operation is under way to find him and bring to safety,” a senior officer said.
 





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In Viral Video, Kashmir Family Argues With Troops For Firing Inside House


The incident took place in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kupwara district (Representational)

Srinagar: 

A video has gone viral on social media in Jammu and Kashmir in which a family is seen confronting a security forces team for allegedly opening fire inside their house during a search operation in the state’s Kupwara district.

The video, which is being widely circulated on platforms like Facebook and WhatsApp, shows a man repeatedly asking the security forces personnel why did they open fire inside his house.

“Why did you open fire when there was no one inside? Which law allows you to do this? What authority do you have to harass us inside our homes?” the unidentified man can be heard asking in the video.

One of the security forces personnel, probably an officer, is seen trying the calm the agitated man, his family members and neighbours.

“It was an accidental fire. No one was hurt,” he says.

However, the response failed to pacify the house-owner who can be seen asking the officer, “What would you do if someone would have been hit by the bullet? If you want to kill us, then shoot us directly.”

Police and army officials refused to confirm or deny the authenticity of the video.





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5 Injured In Firing Near Commissioner House In Gorakhpur


One of the victims was earlier threatened by the attackers, claims SSP.

Gorakhpur: 

Five people suffered injuries after unknown armed miscreants opened fire near the Commissioner house today.

According to Gorakhpur Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Shalabh Mathur, three out of the five persons were shot in the leg and were shifted to a hospital in the vicinity for treatment.

He further claimed that one of those who was shot at was threatened earlier in the day by one of the attackers.

“One of the victims was earlier threatened by the attackers. When he was waiting with his friends near the commissioner office, 6-8 people, whom he has identified, opened fire at them. Teams have been sent to nab the accused,” the SSP said.

Meanwhile, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will chair a high-level security meeting later in the day.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)





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