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Uttar Pradesh Bulldozer row: Supreme Court asks UP govt to file affidavit in three days, says no demolitions should be carried out without due process

The bench was headed by Justice AS Bopanna and Justice Vikram Nath. They will hear the matter next Tuesday that is June 21, 2022.

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Uttar Pradesh Bulldozer row

The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Uttar Pradesh government to file a response on pleas by Jamiat-Ulama-I-Hind and others seeking the direction of Uttar Pradesh authorities to ensure that no further demolitions of properties are carried out in the state without following due process.

The apex court also asked the Uttar Pradesh government to file an affidavit in 3 days.

The bench was headed by Justice AS Bopanna and Justice Vikram Nath. They will hear the matter next Tuesday that is June 21, 2022.

Senior advocate C U Singh and advocate Nithya Ramakrishnan for Jamiat-Ulama-I-Hind told the top court that the UP CM had warned of retaliatory demolitions using bulldozers and officials carried out the threat by demolishing houses of riot accused without serving notice as required under the law.

Justices A S Bopanna and Vikram Nath said the process of law must be followed for the demolition of alleged unauthorised structures and that there must be a sense among citizens that the rule of law prevails in the country.

The Bench also said that they can’t stay the demolition but they can ask for the same to be done in accordance with the law.

The court said that the government would get time to file its objections. We should ensure their (petitioners’) safety in the meantime. They are also part of society. When someone has a grievance, they have a right to have it addressed. Such demolitions can only happen as per law. They will hear the case next week.

As the violence erupted in Uttar Pradesh over the remarks of former BJp leader Nupur Sharma on Prophet Muhammad, the Saharanpur police on Saturday shared videos on social media of bulldozers demolishing parts of the homes of the two accused who were arrested for disturbing the peace and social harmony.

Saharanpur SSP Akash Tomar said that a joint team of Saharanpur administration, development authority, magistracy, revenue team, municipal corporation and police was made to take action on the illegal properties of the accused in the violence.

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Fact check: IRCTC to charge full ticket for 1-year-old?

According to the reports, Indian Railways has changed the rule regarding the purchase of tickets for children travelling in trains who are one year old.

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Recent media reports assert that Indian Railways has changed the rule regarding the purchase of tickets for children travelling in trains who are one year old.

According to the reports, there has been a recent change to the IRCTC website’s ticketing policies where passengers with children under the age of five will have to pay the full fare of tickets while booking train tickets.

The new policy of train tickets for children has yet not officially been confirmed and is being rumoured about by many people and news agencies.

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While making tickets for children between the age of five to 11 years, there is an option that has given whether they will take full berth or not. Children in the age group of 5 to 11 years are charged full fare only on taking a berth. Whereas if you do not take a berth, you have to pay only half the rent. Now the news came that railways have started ticket booking for children between the age of one to four years, which is still not confirmed by the IRCTC.

The Passenger Reservation System has not put any option of not taking a berth after filling the names of children between the age of one to four years. Despite the young age, the system does not object. In such a situation, as soon as the name is filled in the application form, the railway is issuing tickets for children between the age of one to four years by charging a full fare.

Disclaimer: The post is being widely circulated on the Internet. APN News doesn’t vouch for the veracity of the claim mentioned in the above post.

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Mass Murder or Suicide? 6 people of the same family found dead in Jammu & Kashmir’s Sidra

Jammu and Kashmir police have appointed a special 4 member Investigation Team (SIT) which will be headed by SP Rural Sanjay Sharma.

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Jammu & Kashmir Mass Murder case

In a shocking incident of Jammu & Kashmir, six people of the same family have been found dead in Sidhra area.

Reports claim that the gates and doors of the house was locked from the inside when police officials arrived at the spot. As per the initial investigation, it does seem to be a case of mass suicide by consuming poison. 

According to the police investigation, the incident took place on Tuesday night, around 10 pm. The Police rushed to the spot after receiving a phone call from the neighbours and they found six dead bodies from two neighbouring houses. The deceased has been identified as Sakina Begum with her two daughter, Nassema Akhter and Rubina Bano, along with a son Zafar Salim and relatives Sajad Ahmed and Noor ul Habib.

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 However, the cause of the death remains ascertained yet but the it is suspected to be a case of suicide as the door of the house was closed from inside.

Moreover, the dead bodies have been now sent for post-mortem. And

Jammu and Kashmir police have appointed a special 4 member Investigation Team (SIT) which will be headed by SP Rural Sanjay Sharma.

As soon as the news got spread in that area, sensation was noticed in Sidra area of J&K, and the two police officials are also asked to stay at the spot.  

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UP’s capital reports theft of chocolate worth 20 lakh from Cadbury godown, FIR filed

The businessman has lodged an FIR in Chinhat police station of Lucknow.

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A unique theft case has come to light from the Devraji Bihar area of Chinhat from the capital of Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow. A theft case of chocolate worth Rs 20 lakhs has been reported this morning.

The thief stole Cadbury’s chocolates of about 20 lakhs stored in the home-made warehouse.

Reportedly, in the absence of Cadbury dealer Rajendra Kumar, the thieves installed a loader outside the house and got into a scuffle after loading chocolates that would cost around Rs 20 lakh.

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Not only this, the thieves also took the DVR of the CCTV camera installed in the warehouse with them so that they could not be identified. The businessman has lodged an FIR in Chinhat police station of Lucknow.

It is being told that businessman Rajendra Singh Sidhu currently lives in Omaxe City, Lucknow with his wife. But he used to live in Chinhat 2 months ago. And now the house has been transformed in a warehouse, and all his consignment was being stored there.

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