Five police officers from Uttar Pradesh have been suspended after gangster-politician Atiq Ahmad and his brother Ashraf were killed in police custody. The officers include Station House Officer Ashwani Kumar Singh and two Constables and two Inspectors. A special investigative team questioned all four suspects and recreated the crime scene on Tuesday. Three gunmen, who pretended to be journalists, opened fire on Ahmad and his brother on live television. The gunmen were seen yelling “Jai Shri Ram” as they killed the two. The police’s Special Investigations Team (SIT) has also questioned the three gunmen. A three-person committee created by the Yogi Adityanath government is conducting a parallel judicial investigation into the murders.
Chief of Army Staff (COAS)General Manoj Pande on Friday said that the resolute and firm manner in which Indian troops stood up to Chinese forces during the Galwan valley stand-off, made the world take note of India’s political and military resolve.
A court here has granted bail to a person allegedly involved in transporting 315 kg ganja from Andhra Pradesh to the national capital, saying neither was the recovery effected from him nor did the police provide transcripts of the phone conversations linking him with the other co-accused.
Amid a new feud between the AAP party and the Congress in Punjab over Sukhpal Singh Khaira's detention in an old narcotics case, Arvind Kejriwal stated that his party is completely dedicated to the INDIA alliance, but no drug addict will be spared.
- In a shocking incident in Uttar Pradesh's Hapur district, a 23-year-old woman was allegedly set on fire by her family after they learned of her pregnancy.
- The woman's mother and brother have been taken into custody, and she is in critical condition with severe burns covering over 70 percent of her body.
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