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Delhi Police files case over Pro-Khalistan protest in front of Indian High Commission in London

The case was filed under appropriate sections of the IPC, PDPP Act, and UAPA on March 19.

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The Delhi Police on Friday registered a case in connection with the Pro-Khalistan protest in front of the Indian High Commission in London. The case was registered after the Ministry of Home Affairs asked Delhi Police to take legal action, reports said.

The case was filed under appropriate sections of the IPC, PDPP Act, and UAPA on March 19.

Reports further said a special cell has begun the probe into the matter as involves unlawful activities conducted by people holding Indian nationality abroad.

Security was beefed up outside the Indian High Commission in London on Thursday after additional barricades were removed in front of the British embassy in New Delhi. A video also went viral on social media wherein a flock of people of London Metropolitan Police personnel were seen patrolling towards the Indian High Commission.

Earlier, pro-Khalistan protesters waving separatist Khalistani flags and chanting pro-Khalistani slogans made an attempt to vandalise the tricolour hoisted outside the Embassy. The British High Commissioner to India Alex Ellis had described the incident as disgraceful and totally unacceptable.

On Sunday, India summoned the British deputy high commissioner and demanded an explanation for the absence of security.

The protest was triggered after the Punjab Police nabbed several aides of Pro-Khalistani leader and Waris De Chief Amritpal Singh and announced Singh as a fugitive.

On Friday, there are reports that Singh may enter Uttarakhand following which the State Police issued an alert in Uttarakhand districts. Alerts have been issued in Haridwar, Dehradun, and Udhamsinghnagar districts as a precaution in a view of the possibility of Singh entering the state.

Punjab Police arrested as many as 207 people for disturbing peace and harmony in the state and also questioned Amritpal Singh’s newly-wedded wife, Kirandeep Kaur, and his mother Balwinder Kaur.

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Bihar BJP chief Samrat Choudhary compares Congress leader Rahul Gandhi  with Osama Bin Laden, says one cannot become the PM just by growing beard

Choudhary’s comments came months after former Congress leader Rahul Gandhi during his Bharat Jodo Yatra sported a beard

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Bihar BJP chief Samrat Choudhary compares Congress leader Rahul Gandhi  with Osama Bin Laden, says one cannot become the PM just by growing beard

BJP’s Bihar unit chief Samrat Chaudhary was addressing a public rally in Bihar’s Araria district when he compared Congress leader Rahul Gandhi with slain terrorist former Al Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden and said Rahul Gandhi cannot become the Prime Minister of the India just by growing a beard.

Choudhary’s comments came months after former Congress leader Rahul Gandhi during his Bharat Jodo Yatra sported a beard. The BJP leader also slammed Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar that he is going around the country telling everyone that he is the Prime Minister of the country. He said Kumar has lost his mental balance.

He commented on the opposition’s inability to select a Prime Ministerial candidate for the Lok Sabha Elections 2024. He said kumar’s mental state resembled the character of Bollywood actor Aamir Khan in the film Ghajini. A meting of opposition parties is going to take place in Patna to chalk out a strategy for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections and fight united against the BJP.

A range of senior opposition leaders like Sharad Pawar, Mallikarjun Kharge, Mamata Banerjee, Rahul Gandhi and others are going to be a part of the meeting.

Earlier, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sharma had made similar comments on Rahul Gandhi’s look. He had made a comparison of Gandhi with Saddam Hussein and advised him to shave his beard so that he could look like former Indian PM Jawaharlal Nehru. Meanwhile Choudhary said, if BJP government is formed in Bihar action will be taken against those involved in cow slaughter. Continuing on his remarks on Gandhi Choudhary said Gandhi is a child and even questioned his political acumen.

He said although Rahul is 50 years old he lacks the political intelligence comparing him with a child having intellectual capacity of a child. Choudhary even addressed the issue of love Jihad. He said, if BJP government comes to power in Bihar, love jihadists will be identified and prosecuted.

He said, the BJP stressed on identifying and deporting Bangladeshi infiltrators from across the border.     

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Gurugram Police arrests couple who used Bumble to honey trap for extortion

The unusual case required different techniques to crack this case, the Police laid a trap and arrested the man red-handed from Moulsari market near sai temple while taking the remaining amount and also recovered Rs 50,000 which was earlier extorted by the duo criminals.  After Phogat’s disclosure, police nabbed the woman from U-Block of DLF Phase-3 in Gurugram on Wednesday.

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Gurugram Police with the accused

An interesting case of honey trap has surfaced, when Gurugram Police arrested a man and a woman who were involved in extorting money from another man. The victim had filed a complained at DLF Phase-3 Police Station on Wednesday.

The accused have been identified as Benita Kumari and Mahesh Phogat.

As per the Gurugram Police, the victim met the Kumari on the Bumble App(a dating app). They decided to meet in a hotel located in Sector-23, Gurugram on May 28, the woman encouraged the victim for booze but he refused to drink beer and came out of the hotel immediately as he realized something was wrong.  

After sometime, the woman called the victim with motive to blackmail, she threatened the victim to file a false case against him based on misbehaved and molestation in Police station. Thereafter, to settle the case with the victim, she along with her companion demanded Rs 5 lakh from the victim and after negotiation it was finally settled for Rs 2 lakh.

On Wednesday, the victim gave Rs 50,000 to Phogat and assured him to give the rest of money in the evening. The victim realized he is getting trapped into something big, he went to DLF Phase-3 Police station and lodged a complaint.

The unusual case required different techniques to crack this case, the police laid a trap and arrested the man red-handed from Moulsari market near Sai temple while taking the remaining amount and also recovered Rs 50,000 which was earlier extorted by the duo criminals.  After Phogat’s disclosure, police nabbed Kumari from U-Block of DLF Phase-3 in Gurugram on Wednesday.

Vikas Kaushik, ACP (DLF) said both the accused became friend in Gurugram and planned to commit crimes. The woman works as an advisor in private IT company and Mahesh other accused runs an NGO in Delhi.

Kaushik said, both of them were running this racket to cheat people through dating App. They call their targets to the hotel and blackmail them to extort money from victims. The woman has filed fake molestation and rape cases against almost five people.

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Wrestlers threaten Asian Games boycott if demands are not met

The protesting wrestlers held a mahapanchayat with Khap Leaders in Sonipat, Haryana today.

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Wrestlers threaten Asian Games boycott if demands are not met

India’s top wrestlers have threatened that they will boycott the upcoming Asian Games if their demands are not met. 2016 Olympics Medal Winner Sakshee Malikkh said talking to the media that the people do not understand their mental state.

The protesting wrestlers held a mahapanchayat with Khap Leaders in Sonipat, Haryana today. Ace wrestler Bajrang Punia earlier had said about sharing the details of their discussion with government with the Khap leaders in the Mahapanchayat.

Malikkh further clarified that Punia, Vinesh Phogat and Malikkh stand together in their protest against BJP MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh as speculations riffed up after Phogat did not attend the meeting with Union Sports Minister Anurag Thakur earlier this week. The meeting Minister Thakur took place for five hours after which the Minister presented a written proposal to the wrestlers. The proposal assured the wrestlers that there would be a thorough investigation in the matter by June 15, but did not mention anything about the arrest of the WFI chief.

It has been two months since the wrestlers have been protesting for the removal and arrest of Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh. The Delhi Police on Friday, took a woman wrestler, accompanied by women police officers to Singh’s office as part of the investigation.

At about 1:30 pm they reached the WFI office and spent half an hour there. During this period the wrestler was asked to recreate the scene of the alleged harassment and recall the places where she was harassed.

Wrestler Vinesh Phogat expressed her disappointment at the media reports that said the women wrestler had gone to the WFI office for a compromise. She tweeted that this was the power of Singh that he can harass women wrestlers use his muscle power, political power and run false narratives and can move freely in the society

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