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5 Injured In Fight After Stone Thrown At Dog Hits Private Property In Delhi


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A stone aimed at a stray dog led to a fight between two groups in North Delhi’s Sabzi Mandi and five people sustained injuries, police said.

Late on Sunday, Mohit, 20, and two of his friends were walking in the Kale Reti lane when some stray dogs barked at them. In fear, one of them pelted a stone targeting a dog but ended up hitting the main gate of a house belonging to one Ram Kumar.

Kumar and his sons — Saurabh and Jatin — confronted the trio and an argument broke out between them, a senior police officer said.

Sharp objects were used in the fight, the officer said, adding five people – Kumar’s sons and the three friends — sustained minor injuries and were discharged from hospital after primary treatment.

“Saurabh and his brother Jatin and Mohit and his two friends sustained blunt injuries, which were minor in nature. They were taken to a hospital, where after preliminary treatment, they were discharged immediately,” the officer said.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (North) Sagar Singh Kalsi said legal action has been taken under Sections 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), 341 (wrongful restraint) and 34 (acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) of the Indian Penal Code after recording the statements from both parties.

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Delhi: Metro cards lead police to accused in Civil Lines businessman’s murder


Three days after a 77-year-old real estate businessman was robbed and murdered inside his house in North Delhi’s Civil Lines, a 16-year-old has been apprehended from Rajiv Chowk Metro station in connection with the crime.

Police had found during their investigation that he frequently travelled on the Metro using a Metro card. Police extracted details of the card and apprehended him when he swiped it on Tuesday evening at Rajiv Chowk.

Police found during their investigation that a day before the incident, he parked his bike near the victim’s residence and then took the Metro from Civil Lines station. This was confirmed via CCTV footage.

Police had, in fact, scanned over 200 CCTV cameras and traced the route of the accused before and after the incident.

“The footage shows that he came to the locality and parked a motorcycle around 10 pm on April 30 before leaving the area. He later reached the Civil Lines Metro station from where he boarded a Metro. He came out at Green Park station and again boarded a train later. He then exited the Metro at New Delhi Railway Station and after spending some time on the premises, boarded another Metro to Samaypur Badli station,” a senior police officer said.

Police found that he was wearing masks to cover his face. “After reaching Samaypur Badli Metro station, he found that the token had expired. He then used a Metro card and, after exiting, boarded an autorickshaw. A team of North district police has also traced the autorickshaw,” an officer said.

Delhi Police then approached the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), asking them to share travelling details of the Metro card of the accused. “Police came to know he had travelled on April 29 from Samaypur Badli Metro station to Vishwavidyalaya Metro station, around 3.20 pm. He returned after 54 minutes,” the officer said.

Police had received a PCR call about the murder at 6.52 am on Sunday. “Ram Kishore Agrawal’s son called and said he found his father with his throat slit around 6.40 am. He was rushed to Sushruta Trauma Centre where doctors declared him dead on arrival. We found that he had four knife injuries on his body,” DCP (North) Sagar Singh Kalsi had said.





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jahangirpuri: SC orders to stop demolition in Jahangirpuri for 2 weeks, says will take serious view if drive went on despite stay | India News


NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Thursday stopped the demolition drive against encroachments in Jahangirpuri area of Delhi for two more weeks, sought responses from the North Delhi Municipal Corporation and Delhi Police on Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind’s charge that it targeted Muslims.
The bench of Justices L N Rao and B R Gavai took serious note of Jamiat counsel Dushyant Dave‘s complaint that the authorities continued with the drive for nearly two hours on Wednesday despite a status quo order from the CJI-led bench. “We will deal with that issue later,” it said and asked north corporation and Delhi Police to file their response affidavits while posting further hearing two weeks later.

Buoyed by the relief in Jahangirpuri area, senior advocate Kapil Sibal, also appearing for Jamiat, requested the court to order a status quo on use of bulldozers against commercial and residential properties of Muslims — who are accused in cases relating to heinous crimes, communal riots or stone-pelting on Hindu processions — in UP, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat.

Sibal said the SC must send a strong message across the country and the world that the “rule of law” is alive and kicking in India. “This country cannot be governed by the whims of a political party,” he said and requested the court to protect the properties of accused persons, who are innocent till proven guilty in a court of law.
The bench refused and said, “We are not going to stay demolition drive against illegal structures and encroachments across the country.” Sibal pleaded the court to direct the states to at least stop use of bulldozers. The bench said, “Demolition of illegal structures always needed bulldozers.”

Senior advocates — Dave, Sibal and Sanjay Hegde (for Jahangirpuri incident), and P V Surendranath (for Brinda Karat) — repeatedly told the SC that they are not politicising the issue but alleged that the demolition drive was carried out after Delhi BJP chief Adesh Gupta wrote a letter to the north corporation for razing of illegal structures. Surendranath claimed that the demolition drive stopped only after Karat’s intervention.
Solicitor general Mehta, appearing for the north corporation and Delhi Police, said: “This is what happens when an organisation like Jamiat files a PIL to communalise an ongoing drive for removal of encroachments and obstructions on public roads and footpaths. Once the organisation succeeds in communalising a routine drive against encroachments, the entire political spectrum jumps in for mileage.”
“Did no property belonging to Hindus face bulldozers on Wednesday?” asked the bench, even as Mehta said, “It is an ongoing demolition drive since January 19. No one can point a finger that a particular encroachment was removed just because the encroacher belonged to a particular community or participated in the communal riots.”
Mehta said the owner of every illegal structure facing demolition had been issued prior notice. “That is why not a single individual has come before the Supreme Court or approached the Delhi high court. Because they know that they have to establish with documents that their structure is legal. The SC and HC have repeatedly held that removal of encroachments on road and footpaths need no prior notice and the law provides that the kiosks, benches and chairs illegally placed on footpaths and roads are to be confiscated.”
The bench asked, “Was the North DMC removing only chairs and benches from the footpaths? If so, why did they need bulldozers?” Mehta said, “The demolition drive against illegal structures on public land and removal of encroachment of public roads and footpaths is an ongoing exercise that was done strictly in accordance with law. The drive began on January 19 and was carried out on February 2, February 17 and April 11. The fifth phase was scheduled for April 20. So, the allegation that it targeted one community is a blatant lie.”
The SG said similar lies were spread relating to a demolition drive at Khargone in Madhya Pradesh to give it a communal colour. “There were prior notices in 2021, hearings were held in 2021 and orders for clearing encroachments and illegal structures were passed. The government was only carrying out the orders irrespective of the religion of the owner,” he said.
“Out of the 100-odd properties that faced demolition in Khargone, 88 belonged to Hindus and 26 to Muslims. The government does not discriminate between communities. It goes by the rule of law. There is a pattern that one particular organisation will file a PIL in the SC attempting to communalise the issue. Thereafter, the entire political spectrum would join the bandwagon to cry wolf. The petitioners and political parties are attempting to extract political mileage by communalising a routine drive against illegal structures,” Mehta said.





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Delhi Cop Hiralal Baliyan, Who Ran His First Half-Marathon At Age 45, Has Won 53 Medals


Hiralal Baliyan had joined the Delhi Police as a constable in 1982. (File)

New Delhi:

Delhi Police Inspector Hiralal Baliyan was 45 years old when he participated in his first-ever half-marathon in 2009. He was hooked and never looked back, winning 53 medals in sprint races and half-marathons over the years.

Mr Baliyan is set to retire on June 30 after completing almost four decades in service during which he won nearly 380 awards, including 126 commendation rolls by the Delhi Police commissioner.

His journey began from Haryana’s Bhiwani district where he was born to a farmer, the youngest among seven children. He was in class 5 when he started exercising daily and over the years fitness became his passion.

“I have taken care of my health since childhood. I always ate home-cooked food and never missed morning exercise,” Mr Baliyan told news agency PTI.

Baliyan, who joined the Delhi Police as a constable in 1982, has had an inspiring career. He participated in the Republic Day parades in 1983, 1984, 1985 and 2022 as well. He was the platoon commander in the silver jubilee parade of the force’s Raising Day on February 16.

He was also a part of the Independence Day parades in 1984 and 1985.

“In 2009, I participated in the Airtel half-marathon for the first time. I was always passionate about fitness but also performed my duty with dedication. In 2014, I took part in the Airtel half-marathon again and completed it in 43 minutes and 12 seconds, securing the 13th place,” the police official said.

Mr Baliyan said there are very few athletes who participate in marathons as well as in sprints of 100 m, 200 m and 400 m because muscle requirement for both are extremely different.

In 2016, he won three gold medals in Annual Delhi States Masters Athletics Championship (100 m), (200 m) and (400 m). In 2017, he ranked 9th in the IDBI Federal Life Insurance New Delhi Half-Marathon. In the same year, he again took part in the annual Delhi athletics championship and won silver medal in the 400 m race, gold in the 200 m race and bronze in 100 m race, he said.

In 2018, Mr Baliyan participated in 10-km NSG marathan to commemorate 10 years of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks and secured the fourth position, while he came fifth in the 11th Edition of Airtel Delhi Half Marathon.

Mr Baliyan also inspired other members of his family to focus on fitness. He ran with his son Manoj Kumar Baliyan and grandson Bhavesh Baliyan in the 2020 IDBI half-marathon.

“I completed Yoga Teacher Teaching Course in 2016. Two years later, I got a masters’ degree in Yoga and Science of Living, along with my two daughters-in-law,” the official said.

As nutrition is an important part of fitness, he earned a diploma in naturopathy from the Akhil Bharatiya Prakritik Chikitsa Parishad.

In his 39-year of service, Mr Baliyan said, he has got two out-of-turn promotions. First was in 2005, when he was promoted to the rank of assistant sub-inspector from head constable. The second one was in 2018 when he became an inspector.

He has so far received 380 rewards, including 53 medals — 16 gold, nine silver, nine bronze in athletics and 19 medals in half-marathons. He has also been awarded 126 commendation rolls by Delhi Police commissioner.

The official said there are four important pillars in life — family, duty, studies and sports. He completed his graduation from Maharshi Dayanand University in Rohtak and finished his LLB in 2007.

“I have always focused on fitness since my childhood. I started working out when I was in Class 5. My dinner time is before 6 pm and after that I only take milk. I just eat cow ghee. I wake up at 5 am in the morning and immediately go to the ground for exercise. We do not use spices, white salt and sugar in our diet. We do not eat fried food either,” he said.

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Man arrested for sexually assaulting, killing Delhi cop’s daughter


Two days after a Delhi Police personnel’s daughter was strangled to death, allegedly by her friend’s husband in North Delhi, the accused was arrested from Jaipur on Sunday, with police saying investigation has revealed he allegedly sexually assaulted the victim as well.

DCP (North) Sagar Singh Kalsi identified the accused as Aman Singh Bisht (25), who worked with an insurance company but lost his job during the pandemic.

“On Friday afternoon, he called the woman to his house on the pretext of seeking her help in buying a saree for his wife. He picked up her from outside her house and took her to his. There, he tried to sexually assault her, and when the woman resisted, he strangled her using a rope and with his hands. He fled the spot afterwards. We have added sections of sexual assault,” Kalsi said.

Bisht’s wife had found her friend’s body lying on the floor of her bathroom and informed the police.

“From Jaipur, he was planning to flee to Nepal,” said an officer.

Police said the victim went to the same school as Bisht, and that he was obsessed with her since then.

In the police complaint, the victim’s mother said that the woman received a call on Friday afternoon from the accused and she went to his house to help him buy a saree for his wife. The family later received a call from the police around 9.30 pm informing them about her death.





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Delhi Woman Tries To Sell Her One-Month-Old For Rs 2 Lakh, Arrested


Delhi police has arrested four people in the case

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A woman and three others were arrested for allegedly trying to sell her one-month-old child for Rs 2 lakh, police said.

To catch the suspects and recover the baby safely, two police personnel posed as decoy customers and struck a deal of Rs 2 lakh to purchase the baby.

The accused have been identified as Praveen Khatoon (45), Santosh (35), Madhu Singh (30) and their associate Satish (35), they said.

A resident of Uttam Nagar, Singh wanted to sell her baby for cash through the three alleged brokers, police said.

They claimed to have saved the girl child from becoming a victim of immoral trafficking.

On Saturday, the police team at Sabzi Mandi in North Delhi received information about the involvement of Khatoon in selling minor children. Acting on the tip-off, a raiding team was formed comprising Sub-Inspector Lalit Kumar and other police personnel.

According to police, Constable Rakesh and woman Constable Anju, posed themselves as fake couple and approached the suspects to purchase a child. After following due procedure, the informer introduced Khatoon and her associate Satish.

Khatoon and Satish told Constable Rakesh that a woman, Santosh, who resides at Mangolpuri would arrange a minor child.

After that the police personnel who posed as decoy customers reached Manoglpuri where they met Santosh who then called Singh at the spot who came with her one-month child at her house, police said.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (North) Sagar Singh Kalsi said that after finalizing the deal, on the pretext of full payment, Constables Rakesh and Anju brought all the four alleged along with minor girl child at Barfkhana, Subzi Mandi here where Constable Rakesh paid Rs 50,000 cash to Khatoon.

“Khatoon kept Rs 10,000 as her share and then handed over Rs 30,000 to Singh, Rs 4,000 to Satish, Rs 6,000 to Santosh,” he said.

“After receiving the amount, accused Singh handed over the child to constable Anju, following which constable Rakesh alerted his staff who nabbed all the four accused and recovered the amount from their possession,” the DCP said.

A case was registered at Subzi Mandi police station.

“During interrogation, Khatoon and Santosh were operating the gang of selling and purchasing of minor child. They searched for people who intended to buy their children for money and made arrangement to sell them, and Madhu Singh wanted to sell her child for money,” Kalsi said.

Mobile phones of accused Khatoon and Satish were analysed and many photographs of children were found in their devices, police said, adding that all the antecedents of the accused are being verified.

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North Delhi: Stalker held for assaulting woman with shaving blade


A 30-year-old woman was allegedly assaulted with a blade by a 21-year-old man in North Delhi. Police said they have arrested the accused, Sushil Kumar, who had been allegedly stalking the woman for months.

The woman sustained minor injuries on her neck.

On Tuesday afternoon, she was dropping her children off at their tuition class when the accused allegedly threatened her with the blade and asked her to get on his bike. Scared, she went with him.

Police said the accused took her to an isolated area and allegedly assaulted her with the blade. The woman screamed for help and locals in the area immediately rushed to help her, police said. The accused saw the crowd and snatched her phone before fleeing on his bike.

The woman lodged a complaint claiming that Sushil, who lives nearby, has been harassing her since April.

DCP (North) Sagar Singh Kalsi said, “We sent our teams to trace the accused. Within 24 hours, we found where he was hiding. We sent our team and arrested him. His bike and the shaving blade he used during the offence were also seized.”


During questioning, Sushil told police he was “annoyed” because the victim was ignoring him.  He had also allegedly threatened and assaulted her in April, but the victim didn’t lodge a complaint then.

“He was frustrated that the woman had rejected his advances and wanted to assault her with an intent to kill her. When the victim screamed for help and locals gathered, he got scared and snatched the woman’s  phone so she would not be able to call police,” said DCP Kalsi.

Sushil is unemployed, said police. A case under IPC sections of attempted murder, theft, stalking, and criminal intimidation has been registered against him.



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281 people arrested in Delhi for violating firecracker ban, shows data



The arrested 281 people — 138 for selling and supplying firecrackers and 143 for bursting them — between September 29 and Diwali on Thursday, according to data provided by the force on Friday.


Firecrackers weighing a total of 19,702.489 kg were seized during the period.





Ahead of the festive season, the Delhi government had announced a complete ban on firecrackers till January 1, 2022.


The has registered 125 cases for selling and supplying of firecrackers and arrested 138 people from September 29 till Thursday, it said.


It registered 210 cases for bursting of firecrackers and arrested 143 people.


The last year had released data of PCR calls received and firecrackers recovered on Diwali night, but no such data was given this year.


The Delhi Police contacted 699 schools in the capital to spread awareness about the ban on firecrackers among children, it said, adding that the maximum of 125 schools were contacted in Shahdara district, followed by 95 in north and 83 in outer north district.


A total of 706 teams were constituted to enforce the directives. The maximum number of 152 teams constituted in east district, followed by 95 in northwest district.


The police had said that even though most of the manufacturing and storage units were shut in the capital, people engaged in the business managed to procure firecrackers at lower prices from neighbouring states of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana in huge quantities.


Firecrackers were burst at several areas in the capital on Diwali.


Residents of Lajpat Nagar in South Delhi, Burari in North Delhi, Paschim Vihar in West Delhi and Shahdara in East Delhi reported incidents of firecracker bursting as early as 7 pm on Diwali despite the ban.


Last year on Diwali, the Delhi Police received over 2,000 PCR calls from people complaining about the bursting of firecrackers. Over 1,300 kg of crackers were seized.


The total number of people arrested on Diwali last year was 850.

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Delhi: Two arrested with 500 kg of firecrackers in Sadar Bazaar


Delhi Police have arrested two men with over 500 kg of illegal firecrackers in North Delhi’s Sadar Bazaar. The accused bought the firecrackers from Hapur in Uttar Pradesh and were transporting it to Delhi in their pick-up van when the police caught them.

On Tuesday morning, the patrolling staff found the vehicle parked near a hotel in Sadar Bazaar. The staff approached the accused who initially lied that they were carrying household items. When the police checked the vehicle, they found 591.5 kg of firecrackers packed inside plastic bags.

The accused, identified as Faiz (19) and Billu (21), were apprehended from the spot along with their driver. During interrogation, Faiz told the police he hails from Hapur and sells firecrackers. To help vendors in Delhi where firecrackers are banned, he had planned to get it from UP and earn “quick money”.

His friend, Billu, lives in Meerut and had helped him purchase the items.

Sagar Singh Kalsi, DCP (North), said a case has been registered against them under Sections 286 (negligent conduct with explosive substance) and 188 (disobedience to order promulgated by public servant) of the Indian Penal Code and various other Sections of Explosive Act.



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Delhi: Man arrested for snatching woman’s gold chain in Burari


Days after a 42-year-old woman was attacked and her gold chain was snatched outside her house in North Delhi, the police have arrested a 28-year-old man in connection with the incident. The accused, identified as Sonu, is involved in more than 16 cases of snatching and robbery, said the police. The accused and his brother-in-law Sanju (24) would conduct recee on bikes, and target women and old people on the roads, added the police.

On October 12, the woman was standing outside her house in Burari when the duo spotted her, said the police. They stopped their bike near her and snatched her chain. The woman resisted the robbery bid but fell to the ground and injured herself, said the police.

The police registered a case and recovered CCTV footage outside the house but found that the bike did not have a number plate.

Sagar Singh Kalsi, DCP (North) said, “our team scanned more than 100 CCTVs and suspects were identified based on the footage. Informers were deployed to trace the accused. Late on Tuesday, Sonu was arrested.” The police said they have recovered the bike that was used at the time of the incident.

Sonu told the police about Sanju’s role in the crimes and the cops are searching for him. The two are also involved in Arms Act cases in Delhi, said the police.



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