2 Women Killed In Celebratory Firing During Wedding In UP’s Moradabad


Lucknow: 

Two women were killed in celebratory firing during a wedding in a Moradabad village in Uttar Pradesh, while a young bride in the national capital was injured in a similar but separate incident, police said on Friday.

Around midnight when some members of the wedding party started the celebratory firing in Mukutpura village, two women — Rusum, 43, and Kusum, 50, — were killed on the spot, while four others were injured.

The Station House Officer (SHO) of Mudhapande police station said prima facie it appeared strange and unusual that six women were killed or injured in celebratory firing, adding that a probe was underway.

In a similar incident in the national capital a 19-year-old bride was injured early on Friday after a bullet during celebratory firing hit her ankle during her “jai mala” ceremony around 12.45 am on Friday at the Shakarpur Community Centre, a police officer said.

Deputy Commissioner of Police Pankaj Singh said a manhunt was on to trace the accused.





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1 Killed, Another Critical After Firing In Bihar


Police suspect it to be a case of robbery but is investigating in detail.

Hajipur: 

A professor of a private college and his cousin were shot at by a group of men on Wednesday in Bihar’s Hajipur area. The two were on a rickshaw and were travelling from Hajipur railway station towards their home in Yusufpur.

While the cousin Angad Kumar died on the spot, the professor Anil Kumar was admitted to Patna Medical College and Hospital. Doctors say he is seriously injured and is critical.

Police suspect it to be a case of robbery but is investigating in detail.

More details awaited.

(With Inputs from ANI)





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In Delhi Firing Case, Ex-Bihar Lawmaker Raju Singh Taken To UP To Recover Blood-Stained Clothes


Renu Singh is a former member of the Bihar legislative council.

New Delhi: 

A Delhi Police team has taken former Bihar MLA Raju Singh to Kushinagar in Uttar Pradesh to recover the blood-stained clothes of his driver which were allegedly dumped there while they were on the run after a celebratory firing incident in Delhi in which a woman was killed, an official said Sunday.

The five-member team of officials from Fatehpur Beri Police Station has also taken along with them Raju Singh’s driver Hari Singh.

The 42-year-old woman, an architect, suffered critical injuries after the former MLA allegedly fired celebratory gun shots in the air during a New Year’s Eve party at his farmhouse in south Delhi’s Vasant Kunj. She died on January 3.

The victim, Archana Gupta, who was a resident of Gautam Nagar in Hauz Khas, had gone to the party along with her husband and daughter.

The ex-MLA, who had unsuccessfully contested the 2015 assembly election in Bihar on a BJP ticket, and his driver Hari Singh, had fled Delhi after the incident. They were arrested after being detained on January 2 from Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh.

Officials on Sunday said that during questioning, it emerged that the accused duo had dumped Hari Singh’s clothes somewhere in Kushinagar, so the team reached there on Saturday and is likely to return on Monday.

According to sources, the police are trying to determine the route that was taken by the accused duo while fleeing.

On Saturday, police arrested the younger brother of Raju Singh for allegedly tampering with and destroying evidence. Raju Singh”s wife Renu Singh and Raminder Singh, who worked for the leader, were arrested earlier also for allegedly destroying evidence.

Renu Singh is a former member of the Bihar legislative council.

Police have also spoken to Archana Gupta”s husband and daughter who were present at the party when the incident the took place.

They were questioned for not making a PCR call to police about the incident. However, Gupta’s family claimed that they immediately rushed her to the hospital, a police official had said.

In his complaint to police, Gupta’s husband had said that they were at the farmhouse on Monday night to celebrate the New Year along with friends and around midnight, two-three rounds were fired by Raju Singh. Immediately, he noticed his wife falling down and bleeding.

Police had said that they did not receive any PCR call from the farmhouse and only got to know about it after a call from the hospital authorities.

When police reached the farmhouse, they learnt that certain evidence were destroyed, police had said, adding the floor was washed and they did not find any empty bullets.





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Former Bihar MLA Raju Singh wife got arrest in Farm house Harsh Firing incident


खास बातें

  1. गोली कांड में पूर्व विधायक की पत्नी भी गिरफ्तार
  2. मौके से खून साफ करने और हथियार छिपाने का आरोप
  3. गोलीकांड में महिला आर्किटेक्ट की हुई थी मौत

नई दिल्ली:

दिल्ली एनसीआर के फतेहपुर बेरी इलाके के मांडी गांव में हुए गोली कांड में पूर्व विधायक राजू सिंह और ड्राईवर की गिरफ्तारी के बाद पूर्व विधायक की पत्नी को भी गिरफ्तार किया गया. पत्नी पर आरोप है कि उसने मौके से खून साफ करवाया था व हथियारों और कारतूस को छिपाने की कोशिश भी की थी. साथ ही जब पूछताछ के लिए पुलिस वहां पहुंची तो महिला ने गोली चलने की बात से भी इनकार कर दिया था. बता दें कि दिल्ली एनसीआर के एक फॉर्म हाउस में नए साल के आगमन के उपलक्ष्य में पार्टी का आयोजन किया गया था. जहां गोली चलने से एक आर्किटेक्ट महिला की भी मौत हो गई थी. 

राजू सिंह के मुद्दे पर जनता दल यूनाइटेड मीडिया से क्यों है नाराज

पूर्व विधायक राजू सिंह और ड्राईवर हरी सिंह को गोरखपुर के पास कुशीनगर से पकड़ा गया जिन्हें गुरुवार को कोर्ट में पेश किया गया था.पूर्व विधायक के खिलाफ पहले हत्या की कोशिश का केस दर्ज किया गया था लेकिन बाद में इसे हत्या के केस में तब्दील कर दिया गया था. जानकारी के अनुसार पूर्व विधायक आदतन अपराधी है उस पर 5 केस पहले से दर्ज हैं. वो हर खास मौके पर फायरिंग करता था. पार्टी में मौजूद लोगों ने उससे कहा था कि जब आप फायरिंग करना तो हमें बता देना, हम साइड से हट जाएंगे. लेकिन विधायक नहीं माना और जानबूझकर अपनी पिस्टल से फायरिंग करता रहा. उसका ड्राइवर हरी सिंह राइफल से फायरिंग कर रहा था. 

नए साल की पार्टी में फायरिंग का मामला: घायल महिला की मौत,गोलीकांड के बाद पूर्व विधायक ने मेहमानों को दी थी धमकी

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8 से 10 राउंड फायरिंग के बाद पता चला कि गोली अर्चना को जा लगी है. पुलिस का कहना है कि इसलिए पूर्व विधायक पर हत्या का मामला बनाता है. पुलिस को मौके से 22 बोर के राउंड मिले हैं. जोकि राजू सिंह अपनी पिस्टल से चला रहा था. यही गोली महिला को भी लगी है. फायरिंग के बाद पार्टी में मौजूद किसी भी शख्स ने पुलिस को फोन नहीं किया ,जब महिला को वसंत कुंज के फोर्टिस अस्पताल में भर्ती कराया गया तब अस्पताल की तरफ से फोन आया. राजू सिंह ने पार्टी में मौजूद सभी लोगों को धमकाया फिर सब वहां से भाग गए थे. पार्टी में करीब 70 लोग मौजूद थे लेकिन कोई भी राजू सिंह के खिलाफ मुंह खोलने को तैयार नहीं है. पुलिस करीब 20 लोगों से पूछताछ कर चुकी है. 

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Delhi : JDUs former MLA shot firing during New Years party, woman injured


खास बातें

  1. पार्टी के दौरान राजू सिंह ने दो-तीन राउंड गोलियां चलाईं
  2. एक गोली महिला अर्चना सिंह के सर में लगी
  3. महिला को वसंत कुंज के फोर्टिस अस्पताल में भर्ती कराया गया

नई दिल्ली:

दिल्ली एनसीआर के फतेहपुर बेरी इलाके के मांडी गांव के फार्म हाउस में नए साल की पार्टी के दौरान एक महिला को गोली लग गई. अर्चना गुप्ता नाम की यह महिला 42 साल की है. महिला के पति विकास गुप्ता ने पुलिस को इस घटना की शिकायत दी. मामले में आरोपी जेडीयू का पूर्व विधायक राजू सिंह फरार हो गया है.

बताया जाता है कि नए साल की पार्टी के दौरान राजू सिंह नाम के शख्स ने दो-तीन राउंड गोलियां चलाईं. इसमें से एक गोली विकास की पत्नी के सर में लगी. इसके बाद महिला को वसंत कुंज के फोर्टिस अस्पताल में भर्ती कराया गया. अर्चना का इलाज चल रहा है. पुलिस ने इस मामले में मुकदमा दर्ज कर जांच शुरू कर दी है.

दिल्ली: इंद्रलोक इलाके में बाइक सवार बदमाशों ने की फायरिंग, डर के साए में जी रहे हैं लोग

फार्म हाउस राजू सिंह के नाम पर है.राजू सिंह राजनीतिक पार्टी जेडीयू का पूर्व एमएलए है. अर्चना अपने पति विकास के साथ ही फतेहपुर बेरी थाना इलाके की मांडी रोड पर स्थित रोज फार्म में थी. रात करीब एक बजे पुलिस को वसंत कुंज फोर्टिस अस्पताल से सूचना मिली कि एक महिला को भर्ती कराया गया है जिसके सर में गोली लगी है. इसके बाद पुलिस वहां पंहुची और घटना की जानकारी मिली.

VIDEO : मॉल में फायरिंग से दो की मौत

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अर्चना गुप्ता के पति विकास गुप्ता की शिकायत पर पुलिस ने हत्या की कोशिश और आर्म्स एक्ट में मुकदमा दर्ज कर लिया है. आरोपी राजू सिंह फरार है.



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Donald Trump Discussed Firing US Central Bank Chief After Rate Hike: Report


Trump’s frustration with Jerome Powell has greatly intensified in recent days, said the report.

President Donald Trump has discussed firing Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell as his frustration with the central bank chief intensified following this week’s interest-rate increase and months of stock-market losses, according to four people familiar with the matter.

Advisers close to Trump aren’t convinced he would move against Powell and are hoping that the president’s latest bout of anger will dissipate over the holidays, the people said on condition of anonymity. Some of Trump’s advisers have warned him that firing Powell would be a disastrous move.

Yet the president has talked privately about firing Powell many times in the past few days, said two of the people.

Any attempt by Trump to push out Powell would have potentially devastating ripple effects across financial markets, undermining investors’ confidence in the central bank’s ability to shepherd the economy without political interference. It would come as markets have plummeted in recent weeks, with the major stock indexes already down sharply for the year.

White House spokespeople declined to comment, as did Fed spokeswoman Michelle Smith.

Trump’s public and private complaints about members of his administration have often been a first step toward their departures — including former Attorney General Jeff Sessions, his first Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and outgoing chief of staff John Kelly.

It’s unclear how much legal authority the president has to fire Powell. The Federal Reserve Act says governors may be “removed for cause by the President.” Since the chairman is also a governor, that presumably extends to him or her, but the rules around firing the leader are legally ambiguous, as Peter Conti-Brown of the University of Pennsylvania notes in his book on Fed independence.

Such a move would represent an unprecedented challenge to the Fed’s independence. Though he was nominated by the president, Powell was thought to be insulated from Trump’s dissatisfaction by a tradition of respect for the independence of the central bank.

That separation of politics from monetary policy is supposed to instill confidence that Fed officials will do what’s right for the economy over the long term rather than bend to the short-term whims of a politician.

Trump’s frustration with Powell has greatly intensified in recent days, said two of the people. Though Trump’s aim is to stop interest rate increases that slow economic growth, such a move could backfire by roiling already turbulent financial markets.

Even routine changes at the top of central banks create uncertainty in markets as investors try to assess how tough a new leader may be in preventing the economy from overheating and accelerating inflation. Another problem with dismissing a sitting Fed chief may be finding a replacement who wants assurance that he or she won’t succumb to the same fate as Powell.

Trump is in the midst of a rolling shake-up of his administration. Since the November midterm elections, he’s announced the exits of Sessions, Kelly, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and Defense Secretary James Mattis. At the same, the threat of a government shutdown has added to the sense among investors of disarray in Washington.

Equities just recorded their worst week since 2011, with the S&P 500 falling 7.1 percent and the Nasdaq Composite descending into a bear market. Trump has laid a lot of the blame on the Fed, saying at one point in October that the central bank was “going loco” for raising rates.

Some of Trump’s ire has been directed at Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin for his part in persuading the president to select Powell to lead the Fed.

Powell has borne the brunt of the criticism recently, peppered by public complaints about interest rates from the president and at least one of his advisers. Less than two weeks ago, before the Fed’s latest rate decision, Trump said Powell was “being too aggressive, far too aggressive, actually far too aggressive.” He told Reuters the central bank “would be foolish” to proceed with a rate hike.

The Fed announced a widely anticipated rate hike on Wednesday and Powell signaled he’ll be more cautious about tightening next year. But investors’ concerns over the chairman’s comments led to U.S. equities to record their steepest declines for any Federal Open Market Committee announcement day since 2011.

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Two US Airmen, HIV-Positive, Sue Military For Firing Them


Pentagon gave the decision last month to discharge them from the military.

Testing positive for HIV was difficult enough. Getting forced out of the military by the Air Force because of the diagnosis proved even harder.

So say two US airmen who filed suit on Wednesday against Defense Secretary Jim Mattis in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, arguing that the Pentagon’s decision last month to discharge them from the military because of their HIV status violates the constitution’s equal protection clause and federal law. They have asked the court to strike down the decision.

Both active-duty airmen tested positive for HIV last year during Air Force screenings. After they started antiretroviral treatments, their doctors deemed them asymptomatic and physically fit to deploy, and their commanders backed their continued service. They intended to pursue lengthy Air Force careers after serving for more than half a decade in logistics and maintenance roles.

Last month, however, the two airmen received word that they had been deemed unfit for military service and would be discharged. The stated reason: The U.S. military bans personnel with HIV from deploying to the Middle East, where the majority of Air Force members are expected to go.

“Policies singling out service members living with HIV for starkly different treatment are an unfortunate vestige of a time when HIV was untreatable and invariably fatal,” the airmen argued in the complaint. “These anachronistic policies are no longer justified in light of modern medical science.”

Both airmen say they can head to the Middle East with no problem, so long as they take a supply of medication with them. But the ban on HIV-positive service members there officially renders them unfit to deploy worldwide, placing them in a category of service members Mattis wants pushed out of the military. They weren’t offered alternative jobs, which both airmen said they would have accepted.

Since taking over at the Pentagon almost two years ago, Mattis has made it a priority to whittle down the number of U.S. service members unable to deploy for various reasons.

Known colloquially as “deploy or get out,” the policy he spearheaded came into effect this fall. Under its guidelines, any service member who is deemed unable to deploy for 12 consecutive months will be evaluated for separation. Pregnant and postpartum service members are excluded. Those suffering from wounds received in action receive “special consideration.”

“You’re either deployable, or you need to find something else to do. I’m not going to have some people deploying constantly and then other people, who seem to not pay that price, in the U.S. military,” Mattis told reporters in February. “If you can’t go overseas (and) carry a combat load, then obviously someone else has got to go. I want this spread fairly and expertly across the force.”

The two airmen, who filed suit using the aliases Richard Roe and Victor Voe to avoid the stigma of publicizing their HIV status, say they can in fact go overseas and carry a combat load. Their doctors agree. The ban on them deploying to the Middle East, they say, is forcing them out of their jobs, even though those living with HIV elsewhere in the military have been retained.

The Defense Department and the Air Force declined to comment on the legal case, which LGBT civil rights group Lambda Legal prepared with the assistance of OutServe-SLDN and pro-bono counsel at Winston & Strawn LLP.

All airmen diagnosed with progressive illnesses are referred for disability evaluation, according to a spokeswoman for the Air Force. The service evaluates their ability to perform duties, whether the condition represents a risk to their health or that of other service members, and whether the condition imposes unreasonable requirements on the military to protect them, the spokeswoman said.

“The Air Force does not find all airmen with asymptomatic HIV unfit, and has returned more than 150 such Airmen to duty,” the spokeswoman said. She said airmen in career fields with a low possibility for deployment or who are unlikely to deploy due to rank or experience may be returned to duty, “whereas airmen in career fields with a high possibility for deployment may be found unfit.”

In particular, the spokeswoman said, airmen with laboratory evidence of HIV are precluded from deploying to Central Command’s area of operations or the Middle East. The implication is that because the two airmen were in career fields that could deploy there, the Air Force discharged them.

Neither the Air Force nor Central Command provided a rationale for why HIV-positive service members are precluded from deploying to the Middle East, where the U.S. military sees active combat.

Scott Schoettes, a Lambda Legal lawyer representing the plaintiffs, said the ban is arbitrary and inconsistent with the current medical reality for those who have HIV and serve. It is easy for such service members to bring sufficient supplies of medication on a deployment, Schoettes said. For most people living with HIV, medication renders the virus inconsequential to their daily lives, and the virus is suppressed to a degree that they no longer can transmit it to others, the complaint said.

“What we’re really asking for here is that HIV be treated the same as any other medical condition in terms of evaluating whether or not you can deploy with it,” Schoettes said. “It shouldn’t be carved out and specifically categorized as ‘you are nondeployable once you have this.’ “

Those diagnosed with HIV are still prohibited from joining the military.

In an interview with The Washington Post, one of the two plaintiffs, a 26-year-old maintenance airman from California, said he had deployed twice to the Middle East and his job didn’t much require him to leave the confines of a base where medical personnel were on hand. He expressed confidence that he would still be able to do his job there and elsewhere.

“It’s disheartening, to say the least,” the airman said. “I know for a fact that I am a very good. I know I’m good at what I do, and I’m not being afforded the opportunity to give the Air Force what I know I’m capable of doing.”

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6 Dead In Firing By Forces In Clashes After Encounter In Jammu And Kashmir’s Pulwama


Pulwama encounter: Three terrorists, who were hiding in an orchard, were shot dead in the encounter.

Srinagar: 

A soldier and six civilians were killed in an encounter which broke out this morning between terrorists and security forces in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district.

Three terrorists, who were hiding in an orchard, were shot dead in the encounter.

The six civilians were killed in firing by security forces during clashes that followed the encounter.Two of them have been identified as Abid Hussain and Amir Ahmad. Eyewitnesses say they had bullet injuries in their head and chest. Several others young people were injured in the pellet shotgun firing and clashes. Clashes broke out in neighbouring villages too after the death of the civilians. Internet services have been suspended in Pulwama.

A pre-dawn operation was jointly launched by the army, the police and the CRPF after they received specific information about the presence of three local terrorists in an orchard, police sources said.

 





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Boy Killed In Celebratory Firing At Noida Wedding, Groom Among Accused


The incident took place at Ghodi Bacheda village in Jarcha area. (Representational image)

Noida: 

A 14-year-old boy was killed during celebratory firing at a wedding function in Uttar Pradesh’s Noida, police said on Thursday.

The incident took place on Wednesday night at Ghodi Bacheda village in Jarcha area. 

To mark the occasion, someone from the groom’s side opened fire in the air and a bullet hit the boy identified as Gaurav, who died on the spot, according to the police.

His father Jagdish has filed a complaint with the police, naming four persons including the groom, for being responsible for the death of his son.

“A complaint has been filed and we are gathering video and other evidences based on which action will be taken,” police official Ramsen Singh said.





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