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Kanpur boys film Instagram Reel atop UP Police jeep, video viral | WATCH

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The Uttar Pradesh Police has launched an investigation after a video showing two young men from Kanpur filming an Instagram Reel while sitting on the bonnet of a police jeep, went viral on social media platforms.

The video, which has been widely viewed and shared on social media networks, shows the two boys—one of whom is reportedly the younger brother of a local gangster—perched atop the bonnet of the police vehicle and posing for the camera amid a blue beacon light flashing in the background.

The video which was posted on Instagram with the caption “King”, showed the two boys climbing on the bonnet of the vehicle as Jalwa Re Jalwa song from the Hindi film Sarkar Raj plays in the background.

According to reports, the video was shot Kanpur’s Bajaria area and the vehicle is registered with the local police station.

Reacting to the viral video, a senior official said that the police has taken cognizance of the incident and initiated legal proceedings against the duo.

The official said that based on the registration plate seen in the video, the police jeep is registered in the name of Additional DG of Police in Kanpur Dehat, adding that the vehicle was sent to the garage for service and that’s where the two boys reported shot the video and posted it on Instagram.

He said that one of the accused has been identified as Faisal, while the identity of the other boy is not known yet.

Tweeting in Hindi, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Sisamu said that as per initial investigations, the police vehicle seen in the video had been sent for repairs at a garage where the boys likely shot the video, adding that legal action will soon be initiated against them.

Meanwhile, the video has sparked a meme fest on social media.

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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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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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Bull tortured to death by villagers in Uttar Pradesh | Watch video

In the video that went viral, a group of villagers can be seen tying a thick rope around the legs and neck of the bull.

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Bull tortured to death

In a tragic incident in Uttar Pradesh, a bull was tortured to death by villagers. The incident took place in Ludhpura village of Bilsanda police station area. In no matter of time, the video went viral on various social media platforms. Multiple social activists and animal rights activists have expressed their anger over the incident.


Reacting to the incident, a social media user and a social activist urged Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to take urgent steps regarding rise in animal cruelty in the state. The activist noted that atrocities on animal are increasing day by day addinf that there is a need for strict action and strict law.


In the video that went viral, a group of villagers can be seen tying a thick rope around the legs and neck of the bull. A villager was also seen pulling a rope through the nose of the bull in a playful manner. In addition, a rope was also fastened around the bull’s mouth while it was helplessly trying to escape from the trap. Succumbing to the injuries and pain, the bull eventually died a painful death.


Besides this incident, there are many other incidents of animal cruelty in Uttar Pradesh . A few months ago, a female dog and two pups were put in a cardboard box and were abandoned near a petrol pump in the Tedhi Bagiya area in Agra. Later a passer-by saw the box and opened it. At that moment, the female dog was unconscious while the pups were caught yelping.


Recently, the Bombay High Court in its ruling in another incident said that animals have emotions, feelings and senses similar to a human being. The court added that the only difference is that the animals cannot speak and therefore though their rights are recognized under the law, the cannot assert the same.

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Uttar Pradesh government cancels pending traffic challans issued between 2017-2021, vehicle owners welcome decision

Transport commissioner Chandra Bhushan Singh instructed all the divisional transport officers to withdraw the challans from the portal once they get a list from the court.

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According to report, the Uttar Pradesh government has cancelled all the pending traffic challans issued between 2017 and 2021. CM Yogiaditya Nath’s office made the announcement in a press release on June 9. Vehicle’s owner praised the decision of the government as a big relief for them who charged with violating traffic rules during these five years.

As per the UP government statement, the government has cancelled the challan of the vehicle owners in the state; concession has been given to the owners who have not paid the challan between January 1, 2017 and December 31, 2021. This applies to all the vehicles, including those pending in various courts.

Transport commissioner Chandra Bhushan Singh instructed all the divisional transport officers to withdraw the challans from the portal once they get a list from the court. He further said that the decision made by the UP CM Yogi Adityanath has been widely appreciated by the vehicle owners with pending challans and this decision will provide tremendous relief to the general public. The government has issued instruction to all divisional transport officers to remove pending challans from the e-challan portal after receiving the court’s list. This cancellation od old challans is in the line with UP ordinance No 2 of June 2023.

This decision was made keeping everyone’s favour in mind.  The farmers were protesting in Noida for the cancellation of such challans. This move paves the way for the waiver of crores of challans across Uttar Pradesh. The drivers, who felt they had been charged wrongly, can file complaints directly on the website. A mobile notification will be sent when a vehicle’s challan is deducted.

The government also specified that the drivers need not to panic during this period. They can fill online traffic challans sitting at home. They can get the detail information by visiting the official website of UP Traffic Police only with their vehicle number.    

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