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Delhi Mundka fire: After company owners Harish Goel, brother Varun Goel’s arrest, Delhi police arrest absconding building owner Manish Lakra

The ground, first and second floors of the three-storey building at Delhi Mundka were occupied by a single company whose owners were also arrested by Delhi Police.

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Two days after company owners Harish Goel and brother Varun Goel’s arrest, the Delhi police on Sunday arrested the absconding building owner Manish Lakra in connection with the fire that broke out yesterday and claimed 27 lives.

The ground, first and second floors of the three-storey building were occupied by a single company whose owners – Harish Goel and Varun Goel – were also arrested by Delhi Police.

A team of Delhi Police has arrested Manish Lakra. Raids were done and he was nabbed, Deputy Commissioner of Police Sameer Sharma said. The police conducted multiple raids in Delhi and Haryana and finally zeroed in on his location, he said.

Earlier, an FIR has been registered against company owners under sections 304 (punishment for culpable homicide not amounting to murder), 308 (attempt to commit culpable homicide), 120 (concealing design to commit offense punishable with impris­onment) and 34 (Common intention) of the Indian Penal Code.

Lakra, a resident of Mundka village, resided on the top floor of the building and went absconding after the incident that claimed the lives of 27 people. However, it has not yet been confirmed whether or not he was present in the building at the time of the incident.

 Two days after the fire incident at Delhi’s Mundka, the Delhi Fire Service Chief Officer Atul Garg on Saturday said that there were many major loopholes in the building that caught fire. The building was not approved and had no Non-Objection Certificate (NOC), he said.

Explaining the loopholes in the building, Garg said that the fire had reportedly occurred due to an electricity blast. There was only one exit gate and no fire protection. He also said that it was overloaded with a lot of equipment and there was no proper compartment. A lot of plastic was used in the factory, he said.

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Delhi Paschim Vihar: Man hits dog for barking, attacks neighbours with iron rod

The bullying of a person has come to the fore in the Paschim Vihar area, Delhi where an annoyed man attacked a dog, its owners, and also neighbours with a rod.

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A heart-wrenching video has come to light which is very disturbing. The bullying of a person has come to the fore in the Paschim Vihar area, Delhi where an annoyed man attacked a dog, its owners, and also neighbours with a rod.

When a family pet dog barked, a man living in the neighbourhood attacked three family members with an iron rod and injured them.

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According to the reports, the young man named Rakshit lives with his family in the Paschim Vihar area. Dharamvir Dahiya, a man living in his neighbourhood street, was going in front of his house on Sunday morning. During this time, his pet dog was sitting at the gate of the house. The dog barked at Dharamvir and some street dogs going after him, which made Dharamvir very angry. He grabbed the tail of Rakshit’s pet dog, started beating him and threw the dog away.

After watching this, Rakshit came out and started refusing Dharamvir. Rakshit alleges that Dharamvir got angry and hit his dog with a brick which hit Rakshit, after which Dharamvir went home and came back with an iron rod. During that time, Rakshit’s maternal uncle and aunt also came out of the house. Dharamvir first hit an iron rod in the dog’s head as soon as he came back, and then attacked Rakshit’s maternal uncle, due to which he fell on the spot.

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Delhi metro: Delay in yellow line due to passenger on track at Jor Bagh metro station

The Delhi Metro Railway Corporation (DMRC) on Monday informed on Twitter that the services have been delayed on a section of the Yellow Line due to a passenger on track.

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The yellow line metro connects Delhi's Samaypur Badli to Gurugram's Huda City Center.

The Delhi Metro Railway Corporation (DMRC) on Monday informed on Twitter that the services have been delayed on a section of the Yellow Line due to a passenger on track. The yellow line metro connects Delhi’s Samaypur Badli to Gurugram’s Huda City Center.

DMRC shared a tweet in which it said that the services have been delayed from Central Secretariat to Green Park due to a passenger on track at Jor Bagh.

As soon as the DMRC tweeted about the delay in the services on the yellow line, the passengers took to the comment section to share their experiences and the trouble they have been facing for a long time.

One passenger commented that no train is going beyond the Central Secretariat. All chaos here. Deboarded all passengers here. Another wrote that we have been waiting for like 20 mins. And asked for de-board twice due to one stupid person.

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People stranded inside the metro stations as well as outside. Not a start you want for a week, wrote another.

Passengers are having a rough time due to the delay in the metro services as one of the users shared his concern that it took him 40 minutes to reach Vidhan Sabha from Azadpur when it usually just takes 10 minutes.

Yet another wrote, that the metro services are delayed on the entire yellow line. From Kashmere Gate to Huda City Centre as announced on platform loudspeakers.

This is not the first time that the metro service has been delayed because of the passenger. On Thursday, the violet line faced a delay in services after a 50-year-old man jumped in front of a train at Moolchand metro station at 5:04 am.

The police rushed to the station as soon as they received the information about the incident. The person identified as Mahendar jumped when the train reached platform number 1 and got injured. He has been shifted to AIIMS Trauma Centre.

The services were delayed from Kashmere Gate to Badarpur Border. Violet Line connects Kashmere Gate in Delhi and Raja Nahar Singh (Ballabgarh) in Haryana.

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Heavy rain hits Delhi-NCR, Orange alert till tomorrow, says IMD

The Orange alert has been issued by the India Meteorological Department not only for Delhi but also for the adjoining areas of Delhi on June 30, 2022. A warning has been issued by the IMD regarding heavy rains in places like Ghaziabad, Gautam Buddha Nagar, Gurugam, and Faridabad.

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The Orange alert has been issued by the Indian Meteorological Department not only for Delhi but also for the adjoining areas of Delhi on June 30, 2022. A warning has been issued by the IMD regarding heavy rains in places like Ghaziabad, Gautam Buddha Nagar, Gurugam, and Faridabad.

Rain has knocked in the capital Delhi. According to the weather forecast, there has been a change in the weather since night and most parts of Delhi are cloudy. In some parts of Delhi, it is raining lightly, since Thursday morning.

It is raining in Delhi’s Dwarka, while it is cloudy in Ghaziabad, the rain is expected at any time here. The Orange alert has been issued by the India Meteorological Department (IMD) for Delhi, and surrounding areas today.

On June 30, there will be a round of rain with strong thunderstorms throughout the day. The India Meteorological Department has said that in the next two hours, there may be rain and thunder in many areas including Delhi.

Effect of rain on mountains

According to the latest information from the India Meteorological Department, there will be heavy rain and strong winds in the mountains today, the effect of which will be seen in the capital Delhi as well. It will rain all day in Delhi on June 30, which will bring down the maximum temperature.

On Wednesday, the humidity in Delhi during the day made people very upset. The Safdarganj observatory recorded a temperature of 40.9 degrees Celsius. At the same time, the maximum temperature was 40.4 in Mungeshpur, 42.1 in Najafgarh, 42.4 in Ayannagar, 39.8 in Lodhi Road, 41.6 in Palam, and 40.7 degrees Celsius in Pitampura.

Orange alert for Delhi-NCR

The Orange alert has been issued by the India Meteorological Department not only for Delhi but also for the adjoining areas of Delhi on June 30, 2022. A warning has been issued by the IMD regarding heavy rains in places like Ghaziabad, Gautam Budh Nagar, Gurugam, Faridabad, etc.

According to the Meteorological Department, intermittent rain will continue throughout the day in Delhi-NCR on Thursday.

After June 30 and July 1, the weather in Delhi is expected to be clear once again on July 2 and 3. However, it will be cloudy and with two days of rain, the weather will remain cool. On July 4 and 5 again rain is expected.

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