Surgical strikes in Pakistan gave public confidence that borders are safe under Modi govt: Amit Shah
Karnataka, Jan 17: The surgical strikes carried out by India inside Pakistan after the terror attacks in Uri and Pulwama had given public the confidence that the nation’s borders are safe under the Narendra Modi led BJP government, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said here on Sunday.
A determined government had responded fiercely to the terror attacks in Uri and Pulwama in Kashmir between 2014 and 2019, he said.
“The BJP government carried out surgical strikes inside Pakistan twice and eliminated terrorists there,” Shah said.
These strikes gave confidence to the public that the nation’s borders are safe because Modi is the Prime Minister and the country is ruled by the BJP, he said, speaking at the Janasevak Samavesha, a public meeting to greet BJP backed candidates who won the recent Panchayat polls in Karnataka.
Out of a total of 5,470 villages, party-backed candidates won in 3,142 villages, he said.
Referring to the ongoing Covid-19 vaccination drive, launched nationwide on Saturday, he said both vaccines are safe and the exercise was being monitored personally by the Prime Minister himself.
Girl ‘stabbed to death’ by her boyfriend
A 16-year-old girl was brutally stabbed to death allegedly by her boyfriend in Delhi’s Rohini On Saturday. The accused have been identified as Sahil and the incident took place in the Shahbad Dairy police station area.
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According to a report by the news agency ANI, Sahil and the girl were in a relationship and they got into a quarrel on Saturday. The accused was going to attend her friend’s son’s birthday when the accused intercepted her, stabbed her multiple times, and also hit her multiple times with a stone.
The police have also filed a complaint into the matter under Section 302 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) at Shahbad Dairy police station, said officials.
Speaking about the incident, Suman Nalwa, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Delhi said, “A murder case was reported yesterday in the Shahbad Dairy PS limits. A team has been formed and an investigation is underway. The accused has been identified. We will soon arrest him.”
A CCTV video of the incident also went viral on social media. It shows the boy stabbing the 16-year-old several times outside a house. Several people can also be seen stopping by while walking on the road. However, no one came forward to save the girl and all of them silently walked away.
Woman ‘dies by suicide’ after her boyfriend refused to marry her due to his sister’s disapproval
A woman died by suicide after her boyfriend refused to marry her due to his sister’s disapproval. The police have booked the boyfriend and his sister for abetting her suicide in Mumbai. The deceased had made a written complaint about the sister’s threatening messages a day before her death.
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According to Hindustan times report, a day after a 19-year-old woman died by suicide, the police booked her boyfriend and his sister for abetting her suicide. The mother of the deceased filed a complaint holding the two responsible for the death of her daughter. The woman was allegedly upset about the man refusing to marry her at his sister’s insistence.
The woman, who lived in Bharat Nagar, Bandra East, had consumed rat poison on May 6. She was rushed by family members to Bhabha Hospital and was later shifted to Sion Hospital where she passed away on Sunday. According to the Bandra Kurla Complex police, while still undergoing treatment, she had handed over a letter to her mother which revealed that her former boyfriend suddenly refused to marry her as his sister did not approve of her.
As per the complaint filed by the mother, the deceased woman had met the 23-year-old man while she was living with her uncle in Mumbra, six months ago. “Around four months ago, she had shifted to the place in Bharat Nagar. She had also told me that she was in a relationship and would get married to her boyfriend after Ramzan,” the mother said in her statement to the police.
A senior officer of the BKC police station said that the complainant had also spoken to her daughter while she was admitted at Sion Hospital. “At the time, she was told that the boyfriend had refused to marry the deceased and had broken up with her. As he was not taking the calls she made, she visited his home where his sister spoke very rudely to the deceased,” said the officer. He added that not only did the sister drive the deceased out of their home but used some harsh words, threatening her to not pursue her brother anymore.
Police said that the mother claimed it was the stress caused by this situation that led to her daughter consuming poison. The mother also mentioned that the sister had sent some threatening and abusive text messages to the deceased, about which the deceased had made a written complaint to BKC police on May 5, a day before she took the extreme step.
The police said they have booked the two accused on charges of abetment to suicide, an intentional insult that causes provocation which will cause him to break the public peace or to commit any other offence and threat to cause death or grievous hurt to another person.
E-rickshaw battery explodes in Lucknow, 3 of a family killed, 2 injured
A woman, her minor son and niece succumbed to injuries caused due to an explosion in an e-rickshaw battery inside their house, under the Babu Banarasi Das police station limits, on Thursday night, senior police officials said on Friday.
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According to Hindustan times report, one Roli, 25, wife of Ankit Kumar Goswami, an e-rickshaw driver, was sleeping in their rented house in Niwazpurwa locality, near Juggaur crossing of BBD police station area, along with her daughter, Siya, 8; son, Kunj, 3, and her seven-month-old son, Chotu. Her niece, Riya, 9, was also with them.
“The man was charging a couple of batteries of the e-rickshaw inside their room. Prima facie, it appears that one of the batteries exploded due to overcharging on Thursday at around 5 am,” said station house officer (SHO) of the police station, Vinay Kumar Saroj.
Goswami, who had gone outside the house to attend a nature’s call, narrowly escaped the explosion that shook the entire neighbourhood.
Roli and the four children who were inside the room sustained injuries and were rushed to a nearby hospital.
“The woman, along with her son, Kunj, and niece, Riya, succumbed to injuries on Thursday night. The infant and her daughter are currently in hospital,” said the SHO.
Police sent the bodies for a post-mortem examination on Friday and is probing the matter.
According to locals, the family was a native of Barabanki and were living in Lucknow in rented accommodation.
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