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Drunk man climbs skywalk in Mumbai to commit suicide, police foil his plan | Watch

According to reports, the man was identified as Shakil Ahiya, a homeless man, who was taken into custody till midnight as the police try to figure out if the man should face any charges for his actions.

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At Mumbai’s Nana Chowk, a drunk man climbed up a skywalk of the Grant Road Station road to commit suicide. However, to his surprise, the man’s intention to commit suicide was intervened by the police, after two hours of reasoning with the drunk man. The police were able to catch and get a hold of him before he jumped off from the top of the skywalk.

In the video, a man can be seen on the edge of the upper part of the skywalk as other police officers and personells, and firefighters are also near the man, however somewhat distant, to console him. The man can be seen talking to the police officers as one police officer successfully grabs onto the man and brings him closer to the crew.

The crew then got a hold of the man and forced him onto his knees before the drunk man could take any drastic actions. The video was caught from a far-off building which had a clear view of the whole scenario unfolding above the skywalk.

Following the incident, many users also came forward adding their witty takes on the incident as one user suggested that such people should be treated with a tranquilizer gun. Another user added that these are the consequences of doing drugs.

According to reports, the man was identified as Shakil Ahiya, a homeless man, who was taken into custody till midnight as the police try to figure out if the man should face any charges for his actions. Although, the reason for him taking such drastic measures remains unclear, however, the blood reports of Shakeel suggest that he was intoxicated during the time of his attempt.

The police and the fire department of Gowalla were informed about the man climbing up the skywalk after which the police informed they swung into action and rushed to the sight and tried to resolve the situation. The incident led to a lot of traffic jams as the authorities blocked the busy road while the man climbed up the skywalk.

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Parliament adjourned till 2 pm after opposition demands debate on the Hindenburg report

Following Budget 20230-24, both houses were to start a separate discussion on the tabled Union Budget 2023 by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Wednesday.

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Parliament on Friday has been adjourned until 2 pm after the Opposition leaders demanded a debate on the Hindenburg report of the Gautam Adani-led group.

Reports said the session in Rajya Sabha was adjourned after Chairperson Jagdeep Dhankar refused to discuss issues raised by the Opposition including SBI, LIC, and other subjects. The Opposition rushed to the Well and raised slogans as soon as Speaker Om Birla welcomed a Parliamentary delegation from Zambia and began Question Hour, reports further said.

Following Budget 20230-24, both houses were to start a separate discussion on the tabled Union Budget 2023 by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Wednesday.

Opposition parties have sought to raise the ongoing Adani fraud issue, Chinese transgressions at the border, and the role of Governors in States. Reports said Communist Party of India MP Binoy Viswam gave a suspension of business notice to Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankar and demanded a discussion on the Adani stock crash and termed the matter as urgent.

Meanwhile, Indian Billionaire Gautam Adani on Wednesday dropped to 15th position on the Forbes richest man list. Reports said the rout has wiped out around $92 billion of the value of the conglomerate’s listed units since last week.

After the Hindenburg report, Adani Enterprises and cancelled its Follow-On Public Offering (FPO). Reports said the company will return money to its investors.

On the other hand, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the Budget 2023 on Wednesday. It was followed by the Union Cabinet Meeting.

The Budget Session started with the parliamentary address by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Droupadi Murmu on Tuesday. PM Modi, in his address, said the Budget 2023 aimed the hopes and aspirations of the common citizens.

In its major announcement, Nirmala Saitharaman on Wednesday shared a new tax regime according to which people earning up to Rs 7 lakh per annum need not to pay any tax anymore.

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Uttar Pradesh: Woman beat man with slippers on busy road in Jhansi, video goes viral | Watch

The video also shows the man saying and asking the woman to go ahead and beat him up. In the merciless beating by the woman, she loses grip of the slipper as it falls from her hand.

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A video has come to light from Uttar Pradesh’s Jhansi where a woman viciously beat up a man with slippers on a busy road. According to reports, the man was claiming that woman was his wife after which the woman went on to unleash the onslaught on the man.

In the video, a woman can be seen holding a man by his wrist and fetching a slipper from nearby the road. The woman then can be seen going on to unleash the assault on the man as she beats up the man with slippers repeatedly.

The video also shows the man saying and asking the woman to go ahead and beat him up. In the merciless beating by the woman, she loses grip of the slipper as it falls from her hand. A group of people can also be seen complacently surrounding the two and watching as the situation escalates further.

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Twitter reactions

After the video went viral, many users came forward and added their take on the incident as one user wrote and said that the man is getting beaten by his own slippers that he was wearing. The user also highlighted the amusement of the situation of a man being beaten with his own slippers.

One user also wrote and questioned the ordeal of the situation and said is it possible for a man to call a random woman his wife, that too in a public place. The user further implied that the reason for the spat between the woman and the man could have been due to some other issue.

Another incident

Another incident recently came to light from Uttar Pradesh’s Mainpuri where a girl gang was recorded viciously beating up a teen. The video of the incident, after it surfaced on the internet, went viral.

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Kerala journalist Siddique Kappan released from UP jail after 2 years

Kerala journalist Siddique Kappan walked out of Uttar Pradesh’s Lucknow jail on Thursday, more than two years after he was arrested while reporting on the Hathras rape case and imprisoned by the UP government under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA).

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Kerala journalist Siddique Kappan released from UP jail

Kerala journalist Siddique Kappan walked out of Uttar Pradesh’s Lucknow jail on Thursday, more than two years after he was arrested while reporting on the Hathras rape case and imprisoned by the UP government under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA).

Kappan was arrested while on his way to cover the alleged gang-rape and eventual death of a young Dalit woman which sparked protests across the nation, and was booked under the anti-terror law for alleged links with proscribed outfit Popular Front of India (PFI). Police had claimed that Kappan was going there to spark unrest.

The Supreme Court granted him bail in that case but the Enforcement Directorate filed a money laundering case against him, preventing his release at the time.

The journalist was initially booked under UAPA for sedition and later, in February 2022, the ED booked him for allegedly receiving money from the PFI.

On December 23, Siddique Kappan was granted bail by the Allahabad High Court in the money laundering case and sureties required for his release were submitted in a court on Wednesday.

Kappan was to be released last evening but the special court judge was busy with a bar council election.

Kappan was arrested in October 2020 while on his way to cover the alleged the gang rape and death of a young Dalit woman in UP’s Hathras.

The 20-year-old woman had died at a Delhi hospital a fortnight after she was allegedly gang-raped.

The victim was suspiciously cremated in the middle of the night in her native village by the district administration, sparking accusations of a cover-up and widespread condemnation of the Yogi Adityanath government.

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