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Hyderabad police serve notices to Raja Singh in 2 old cases



Hyderabad police on Thursday issued notices to suspended BJP MLA Raja Singh in two old cases against him even as protests continued for his re-arrest for allegedly making derogatory comments about Prophet Mohammad.

Police officers from Shaninayathgunj and Mangalhat police station issued the notices under Section 41A of the Criminal Procedure Code.

Mangalhat police issued the notice with regard to a complaint booked in February for threatening voters of Uttar Pradesh through a video which had gone viral during Assembly elections in that state.

A case was registered against him on the direction of the Election Commission of India.

Shahinayathgunj police issued notice with regard to a case of making provocative speeches at Begum Bazar in April.

The development came amid the continuing protests against the MLA and a tense situation in parts of Hyderabad.

The serving of notices is being seen as a fresh attempt by the police to prepare the ground for Raja Singh’s re-arrest.

Following massive protests over his offensive remarks, the police had arrested Raja Singh on Tuesday. However, he was granted bail by a city court the same day.

The 14th Additional Metropolitan Court in Nampally, rejected the remand report of the police on the ground that they did not issue notices to the MLA under 141A of CrPC.

Cases against the MLA were booked at various police stations in different parts of Hyderabad and other districts of Telangana for promoting enmity between sections of people on the grounds of religion.

He was arrested in connection with the cases booked at two police stations.

However, during arguments on his bail petition, his counsel had brought to the notice of the court that the police did not follow the Supreme Court guidelines with regard to the cases under Indian Penal Code (IPC) sections which provide for maximum punishment of seven years imprisonment.


Rajasthan Horror: Mother & Uncle Kill 8-Year-Old After Being Caught While Making Out In Bharatpur; Arrested




Bharatpur: A shocking incident has come to light from Rajasthan’s Bharatpur where a woman and her brother-in-law have been arrested for the murder of the woman’s son. The mother and her brother-in-law, who is the uncle of the kid who was murdered, were having an illicit affair. The mother and the uncle of the eight-year-old child strangled him to death. They buried the dead body of the kid after killing him in a field. They murdered the kid over two years ago and were arrested after the police cracked the case.

The incident occurred in February 2021

The incident occurred in 2021 in Chandanpura village which falls under the Rupbas police station area. AS per reports the father of the kid Gyan Singh registered a police complaint after his son Golu went missing in February 2021. The police initiated a search operation after registering the complaint. The police after conducting an investigation found the dead body of Golu after three days from a fiels in the village.

The police were not able to nab the killers of the kid

The police then started an investigation to nab the killers. However, the police were not able to nab the killers of the kid and closed the case after filing an FIR of murder in December 2021. The father of the kid did not give up and was adamant about finding the killers of his son. He filed a petition in the Jaipur High Court and demanded an inquiry into the case. The Jaipur High Court after hearing the matter the court ordered an inquiry into the matter by higher authorities.

The uncle and mother of the kid were having an affair

A team was formed under Nitiraj Singh who is the Circle Officer (CO) of Bayana and the investigation was initiated once agains to nab the killers of the eight year old child. The police then found out that the uncle and mother of the kid were having an affair. The uncle has been identified as Krishna Kant and the mother has been identified as Hemlata. They were called to the police station for interrogation.

They both were arrested after two years of murder

Initially, they denied their involvement in the murder of the kid. However, after a thorough interrogation they both gave up and confessed to the crime. They said that the kid had seen them in a compromising position. They strangled Golu to death over the fear that their affair will be revealed in public. Later they buried the dead of the kid in the field. They both have been arrested for the murder of the kid and are in police custody.

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Delhi: Customers Thrash Employees At Croma Store Over iPhone 15 Pro In Kamla Nagar




Delhi: A video has emerged on social media in which it can be seen that a fight has broken out between the customers and the employees of Croma Store in Delhi’s Kamla Nagar. The fight has been caught on camera and the video of the fight is doing rounds on social media. The video is said to be from a Croma store in Kamla Nagar in Delhi.

Apple launched the iPhone 15 Series in India

Apple had launched the iPhone 15 Series in India and the phone was made available at stores in the country on Friday (September 22). Excitement was high among the iPhone users to upgrade their iPhone to 15 series. The customers lined up outside the stores where the phones were available to buy the phone. Videos also emerged on social media where huge crowds were seen outside the stores to buy the iPhone 15 series.

Employees at the store refused to sell the iPhone 15 Pro to the customer

The video which is said to be from a Croma Store that sells the iPhone 15 series mobile phones. It can be seen in the video that two customers and few employees are exchanging punches and also abusing each other in the store. It is alleged that the fight erupted as the employees at the store refused to sell the iPhone 15 Pro to the customer to which the customer got furious and started to fight with the employee.

The two customers beat the employees with punches

The two customers beat the employees with punches and also dragged and tore the t-shirt of the employee. One of the customers is a Sikh man whose turban fell while fighting with the employee. The other employees at the store tried to separate the customers with the employees who were fighting with each other. However, it is not confirmed that the fight erupted due to the rejection of the employee for selling the iPhone 15 Pro to the customers.

No Police Complaints yet

There are no reports of any Police complaint in connection with the matter. The video is going viral on social media and the netizens are reacting over the video and also taking a jibe at the iPhone users.

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Prime Accused Anees Who Left Woman Constable In Pool Of Blood In Saryu Express Killed In Encounter With UP STF




Lucknow: A man was killed and two were arrested in a joint encounter of Uttar Pradesh Special Task Force (STF) and local police in connection with attack on a woman constable on Saryu Express.

The main accused Anees was killed in encounter in Pura Kalandar, Ayodhya while two of his associates, Azad and Vishambhar Dayal alias Lallu were arrested after the encounter from Inayatnagar.

Prashant Kumar, Special DG law and order said, “The prime accused of the incident of attack on a women constable on-board Saryu Express killed in an encounter with Police in Pura Kalandar, Ayodhya. His two other aides were arrested from Inayat Nagar after an encounter.” The woman constable was discovered unconscious inside a train compartment of the Saryu Express on August 30 at Ayodhya station. Her face was attacked with a sharp weapon and she had sustained two fractures to her skull.

According to the officials, Anees, who was killed in the encounter, had tried to get friendly with the female constable. When the woman rebuffed Aness, he and his two accomplices attacked the woman.

She was injured after hitting her head against the train window. When the train slowed down before Ayodhya, the three miscreants absconded.

The police then released images of suspects, extracted from CCTV footage at the railway platform and also announced a reward of Rs 1 lakh for information on the accused.


On a complaint lodged by the police woman’s brother, an FIR was registered in the case under sections 307 (attempt to murder), 353 (assault or criminal force to deter a public servant from discharging duty), and 332 (voluntarily causing hurt to deter a public servant from duty) of the Indian Penal Code.

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