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Uttar Pradesh DGP Mukul Goel removed from his post for disobeying orders

The Director-General of Police (DGP) Mukul Goel has been removed from his post. The state government in a statement said that he was not taking interest in work and was disobeying orders.

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The Director-General of Police (DGP) Mukul Goel has been removed from his post. The state government in a statement said that he was not taking interest in work and was disobeying orders.

It was also mentioned in the statement that the Director-General of Police Mukul Goel has been shunted to an insignificant post of the Director-General of the Civil Defence department.

Notably, for now, the Additional Director General of Police Prashant Kumar is handling his position.

Read Also: Madhya Pradesh Khargone violence: Man who brandished sword, arrested

According to reports, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was unhappy with his performance and last month, he even skipped a key meeting with the Chief Minister on the law and order situation in the state.

For those who don’t know, Mukul Goel took over as the position of the state’s top cop in July 29021. Goes said that he would focus on crime control and ensure that policemen are sensitive and connected to people in the state.

He was a 1987 batch IPS office and had earlier worked as SP/SSP in Almora, Jalaun, Mainpuri, Gorakhpur, Varanasi, Saharanpur, Azamgarh and Meerut districts.

Apart from this, he was also posted in the Indo-Tibetan Border Police and the National Disaster Response Force.

Mukul Goel was born in Muzaffarnagar and is an engineer by training. He also has a degree of B Tech in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi.

Earlier, in 2000, he was suspended after BJP legislator Nirbhay Pal Sharma was murdered and in September 2007, Goel was among the 24 IPS officers suspended by then UP CM Mayawati over some FIRs. He was later reinstated by the Akhilesh Yadav government.

In other news, in Madhya Pradesh’s Khargone violence, a fresh arrest has been made. This time, the man who allegedly brandished a sword during violence at the Ram Navami celebration that took place last month has been arrested. It is reported that he was later chased by Superintendent of Police Siddharth Choudhary.

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Hyderabad police foil terror attack, three persons arrested

Hyderabad Police Commissioner said that Zahed received a consignment of four hand grenades and was going to carry out sensational terror attacks in Hyderabad.

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The Hyderabad police on Sunday arrested three persons for allegedly plotting terror attacks in the city. Four hand grenades, net cash of Rs 5,41,800, five cell phones and a motorcycle have also been seized from the accused.

The accused have been identified as Abdul Zahed (39) of Malakpet, Sameeruddin (39) of Akber Bagh and Maaz Hasan Farooq (29) of Humayun Nagar, Mehidipatanam. Police said that Abdul Zahed was involved in several terror cases in the past and revived his contacts with Pakistan’s ISI. He received a consignment of four hand grenades and terror attacks in Hyderabad.

Hyderabad Commissioner of Police, CV Anand, said that Zahed received a consignment of four hand grenades and was going to carry out sensational terror attacks in Hyderabad. On specific information, the raids were conducted and three persons were arrested at Malakpet.

The Police Commissioner said that three absconding persons Farhatullah Ghouri alias FG, Siddique Bin Osman alias Rafique alias Abu Hamzala and Abdul Majeed alias Chotu all natives of Hyderabad and wanted in several cases were now settled in Pakistan and working under the aegis of ISI. In past, they recruited local youth and radicalized them and got executed terror attacks such as a blast near Sai Baba Temple, Dilsukhnagar in 2002, a bus blast at Ghatkopar in Mumbai and Task Force office blast at Begumpet in 2005. They also attempted to cause blasts near Ganesh Temple Secunderabad in 2004.

According to the Hyderabad police, Zahed has revealed that Farhatullah Ghori, Abu Hamzala and Mazeed revived their contacts with him and they motivated and given financial support to carry out the attacks.

Police said that at the behest of Pakistan-based handlers Zahed recruited Samuddin and Maaz Hasan. During search operations, four grenades were recovered from the trio. He was planning to hurl a grenade targeting public gatherings through his group members.

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Viral: Karnataka man attempts to kiss Cobra, gets bitten on lips | WATCH

Doctors said the youth’s life was saved only because he received treatment timely.

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In an odd act of affection, a man got bitten by a Cobra on the lips when he tried to kiss the snake in the Shivamogga district of Karnataka.

After the incident, the health of the youth deteriorated and was immediately rushed to the hospital, from where he was discharged after treatment. The video of this incident has gone viral on social media and took the users by storm.

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Post-rescue, Alex tried to Kiss the Cobra

Two youths named Alex and Ronnie are reptile rescuers by profession. A few days ago, they received information about two cobra snakes getting spotted at a wedding house. Both of them reached the spot and rescued the snakes, reports said.

After rescuing the snake, Alex started playing with the Cobra and tried to plant a kiss on it but was left in shock when the snake bit him on his lips. Injured Alex was immediately rushed to the nearby McGann Hospital, from where he was discharged after treatment. Doctors said the youth’s life was saved only because he received treatment timely.

Youth dies after a snake bite in Korba

In a recent incident from Korba, Chhattisgarh, instead of receiving treatment after getting bitten by a snake, a man risked his life by believing in exorcism.

Reports said the incident took place in the Ringnia village of Podi block. A man named Dhansay had gone to his farm and was bitten by a poisonous snake.

Instead of taking the injured to the hospital, the family took him to a person from the Baiga community, who performed exorcism upon the injured. In absence of not receiving treatment timely, the poison spread in the body of the young man. He was admitted to a hospital where he was declared dead upon arrival.

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Lucknow cop caught taking bribe on camera, video viral | WATCH

Section 8 of the PC Act which deals with the offence of bribing a public servant, provides for a punishment of up to seven years imprisonment or a fine or both.

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A video of Uttar Pradesh’s Lucknow cop taking a bribe from a youth caught the internet’s attention on Sunday.

The video was shared by a Twitter user who informed that the incident took place near the Charak Police Station in Lucknow’s chowk area. The cop, in the video, could be seen accepting the bribe by the roadside.

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In June, a Sub-Inspector was arrested by the Anti-corruption wing in Lucknow for accepting a bribe in the city. The Sub-Inspector was identified as Pradeep Yadav who was undertraining and was posted at Chinhar police station in Lucknow, reports said.

Yadav had sought a Rs 30,000 bribe from a person who was an accused in a case of assault and breach of peace that took place on May 2 in Kalamunda village in the Jarcha area, the reports said.

A trap was led by the Anti-Corruption team to catch the Sub-Inspector red-handed.

In another bribe incident in Lucknow, a junior engineer was suspended for accepting a bribe of Rs 10,000 to cover up electricity theft.

In August, another incident came to light from Uttar Pradesh’s Noida wherein a constable posted at the Sector 57 police chowki was arrested for accepting a bribe of a whopping Rs 20,000 for releasing a suspected drug smuggler.

The video of the incident took the internet by storm following which the accused cop was arrested and went through departmental inquiry. The Noida police commission said the department won’t tolerate such an attitude and act strictly against officials who try to malign the department’s image.

Corruption punishment in India

The PC Act was amended in 2018 to criminalise the giving and accepting of bribes. Section 8 of the PC Act which deals with the offence of bribing a public servant, provides for a punishment of up to seven years imprisonment or a fine or both.

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