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Alert MSF Officers Saved The Life Of Elderly Man Who Jumped To Railway Track At Mumbai Central

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Maharashtra Security Force (MSF) is always ready to help commuters during their travels. They are often seen in saving the life of passengers by risking their life. And if we go by the latest report, an alert MSF officers have come to the rescue of an old man who wanted to commit suicide at railway tracks of Mumbai Central.

As soon as the train approached to the Mumbai Central Western Line station, The elder man jumps on the track and sat on the lines. The nearby people started shouting and trying to do their best but things look out of control. And here, we see an alert officer Manoj and Ashok risked their life and took the man out from the track.

The good news here was, the train also stopped just on the right time and this is how an elderly man got saved. Later, his family expressed deep gratitude to them.

This bravery act by MSF officers are commendable.

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Pakistan continues unprovoked LoC ceasefire violation in Rajouri

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Pakistan resorted to unprovoked firing and shelling on Indian positions on Monday on the Line of Control in J&K’s Rajouri district.

“At about 3.50 p.m. today, Pakistan initiated unprovoked ceasefire violation by firing with small arms and shelling with mortars along the LoC in Nowshera sector of Rajouri district.

“The Indian Army is retaliating befittingly,” said Colonel Devender Anand, defence ministry spokesman.

Since the beginning of this year, Pakistan has been violating with impunity the bilateral ceasefire agreement signed by the two countries in 1999.

24 civilians have been killed and over 100 injured in over 3,186 ceasefire violations by Pakistan on the LoC since January 2020.

Cross border shelling has brought insurmountable suffering in the lives of thousands of people living in villages close to the LoC whose lives, cattle and agricultural fields stand at great peril when shells start raining from across the LoC.

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Driver dies as container truck touches live wire in Jharkhand

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A driver was electrocuted and a number of two-wheelers damaged in a fire after a container truck came in contact with an overhanging loose high-tension live wire in Jharkhand’s Hazaribagh district on Monday, police said.

The mishap occurred near Kesath village on GT Road that connects Kolkata and Delhi. The deceased driver was yet to be identified.

The driver died on the spot due to electrocution, which also ignited a fire in the vehicle. The villagers called the fire brigade to extinguish the blaze.

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1984 riots: Delhi HC asks Police to continue security for witness

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The Delhi High Court has directed the police to continue providing security to one of the witnesses in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case involving former Congress leader Jagdish Tytler.

A single judge bench of the high court presided by Justice Yogesh Khanna also issued notice to the Delhi Police and the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and fixed the matter for further hearing on November 24.

During the course of the hearing, the Delhi government counsel opposed the plea stating that there is no further need for providing round the clock security.

However, noting the threat perception, the court asked the police to continue to provide round the clock protection to the witness.

The plea filed by the witness through Advocate Maninder Singh sought the court’s direction for providing security to him and his family members in view of the threat to his life and property and to that of his family members if he does not withdraw as a witness in the case.

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