The four were arrested during a blockade on Landran Road, Kharar, while on their way to execute; each a .315 bore and a .32 bore pistol and six live cartridges were recovered
Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIA) staff arrested four people for possession of two illegal weapons and six rounds of cartridges.
The accused, identified as Sanjay Kumar and Rahul of Ekta Colony, Balongi, Parshottam Kumar of Ranjit Singh Nagar, Kharar, and Shiva of Guru Nanak Colony, Balongi, have been sent for police arrest.
CIA Inspector Shiv Kumar said the four were arrested while on their way to commit a crime. “Their interrogation will show their main cause of roaming in the neighborhood with weapons,” he said.
Police had placed a blockade on Landran Road, near Bhuru crossing, after a tip-off. The suspects were arrested on the spot, but not before attempting to flee in a Verna car.
The CIA team each recovered a .315 bore and a .32 bore pistol and six live cartridges from them. Police are currently investigating their involvement in other criminal activities.
Hate speech, journalists beaten at ‘Hindu Mahapanchayat’
Hate slogans were allegedly shouted and seven journalists attacked a “Hindu Mahapanchayat” led by controversial seer Yati Narsinghanand in the Burari outside Delhi on Sunday, an event that police said was organized without official approval. Police said they refused permission for the event, as did the land-owning agency Delhi Development Authority. Hindu Raksha Dal chief Bhupinder Tomar alias Pinki Chaudhary was also present at the Mahapanchayat. The journalists were taken to Mukherjee Nagar police station.
Three men arrested for murder of businessman in Welcome area
Three men, between 22 and 30 years old and with no previous criminal records, were arrested on Sunday for an alleged contract murder of a 37-year-old businessman last week in the welcome area of northeastern Delhi, for which they were promised. 3 lakh and paid 20,000 as token money, police said on Sunday.
Delhiwale: Time Traveler
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The panel of the center takes over the affairs of Delhi Gymkhana
The Union government on Sunday appointed a six-member panel to formally take the lead over the Delhi Gymkhana Club, two days after the National Company Law Tribunal allowed the center to take over the management of the club. “Yes, it is correct that after the government appointed six members in accordance with NCLT mandates, the council took the lead,” said BJP lawyer and spokesman Nalin Kohli, who is among the members.
Ludhiana | Fleeing jeep driver kills scooter driver, 2 injured
A man was injured after a speeding Mahindra Thar jeep collided with his scooter at the Kochar Market on Saturday night. The victim’s wife, who was riding on pilot, was seriously injured in the accident. Initially, the accused, Palwinder Singh from the village of Talwara, who came from Pakhowal Road, crashed into a golf cart and injured the seller. As he tried to flee the scene, he hit the victims’ scooter.