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Delhi: Students given self-defence classes by NW Dist. Police

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North District, Delhi Police organised the closing ceremony of “Sashakti” program at sports ground Daulat Ram College on Feb 17. Nuzhat Hassan, Special Commissioner of Police, SPUWAC graced the function as Chief Guest. The two-week training program was organised with the help of NSS society of Daulat Ram College from 28.1.2020 to 04.2.2020, (preliminary training) and 10 .02.20 to 17.02.20 (advance training) in which 450 students of Daulat Ram College were imparted training in self-defence. The goal of this program was to reinforce a sense of confidence in girls and to teach them that a girl’s best weapon is her mind. Some ways in which a girl can defend herself seem strange, but are actually very intelligent. In self-defence classes students have been taught to remain calm and use physical tactics in serious situations.

In addition the student participants were also made aware about safety measures as to how to deal with antisocial elements and to prevent chain snatching, stalking, eve-teaching, assault. Apart from this they were also educated about Cyber Stalking, safeguards while using Social Media, Gender Sensitization and Himmat Plus app etc. 

The Parivartan Cell of North District is organising regular Self-Defence Training Programmes for the girls/women in schools, colleges and other places.  

Rajesh Khurana, Spl. CP/Central Range,  Monika Bhardwaj, DCP/North, D K Gupta Addl. DCP I North, Chandra Kumar, Addl. DCP II North, Dr. Savita Roy, Principal Daulat Ram College were also present on the occasion.

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GDA seals illegal buildings in Vaishali, Indirapuram

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Taking decisive action against illegal building plans a team of Ghaziabad Development Authority (GDA) today acted against illegal buildings in Vaishali, Indirapuram and Arthala areas. The houses that were sealed are at Indirapuram’s Shakti Khand-3, HN 330; Vaishali’s NCR Colony, HN 82 and an Indane gas godown at Arthala on Khasra No 1699/2.  

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Ghaziabad: BJP councillor boycotts municipal corporation’s Board Meet; warns of legal action

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Senior BJP councillor (Parshad) of Ward 91 & GDA Board member, Himanshu Mittal boycotted the today held Board Meeting of Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam terming it as illegal.

Mittal has written a letter addressed to Chief Secretary of UP, citing a GO that expressly states that such Board Meets should not be held when the session of Parliament or state assembly is in progress. If such a meet has to be called in due to an exigency, then it should be only held when there is a 3-day postponement of such a session. Mittal writes in his letter that in the face of meeting not getting cancelled he would approach a court of law regarding the ‘illegal’ meeting.

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Delhi: Three notorious highway robbers held by Crime Branch

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The STARS-II team of Crime Branch has been successful in locating and effecting arrest of 3 desperate highway robbers, namely Md. Dulare alias Dilawar (Gang Leader) (Age 35 yrs) R/o J.J. Colony, Bawana, Delhi; Amir Paswan ( 27 yrs) r/o Shiv Mandirwali Gali, Shalimar Village, Delhi is permanent resident of Muzaffarpur, Bihar; and, Sunil Paswan (27 yrs) r/o Shiv Mandirwali Gali, Shalimar Village, Delhi is a permanent resident of Muzaffarpur, Bihar.
On Feb 10, at about 5 am, one constable namely Ravinder Singh of Railway Police Force, presently posted at Mumbai, was on his way to his native place Meerut after deboarding the train at Hazarat Nizamuddin Station, Delhi. He came to ISBT, Anand Vihar, to pursue further journey to Meerut. At ISBT, he was accosted by two unknown persons who posed as passengers looking for a public transport to Meerut. Other members of the gang posing as driver of SANTRO car and passengers came there and they all lured the victim Ravinder to share the car for Meerut. In the car, the gang members beaten up and robbed the victim his belongings. The gang roamed around in Delhi with the victim by confining him in the car and withdraw money from different ATMs in Delhi. They also purchased jewellery from a shop in Rohini area using victim’s debit card. In the night, at about 9 PM, the victim managed to escape in Bawana Industrial Area. The victim then approached the police and on his statement, a case vide FIR No. 36/20, on Feb 10 u/s 392/34 IPC, PS Patparganj Industrial Area, East Delhi was registered and investigation taken up by the local police.

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On 73rd Raising Day of Delhi Police Amit Shah says it’s one of the best forces in world

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Delhi Police organized ceremonial parade on the occasion of 73rd Raising Day at New Police Line Kingsway Camp Ground today. Union Home Minister Amit Shah was the Chief Guest on the occasion. 

The Chief Guest inspected the parade comprising contingents of Anti-Riot Squad, Armed Police, Women Police, Police Commandos, Dog Squad, Mounted Police, Traffic Squad, Mobile Cyber Lab, SWAT and Rakshak Vajra. Contingents of Maharashtra Police, UP Police & Haryana Police also took part in the March Past, which was synchronized with Delhi Police Band.  The Chief Guest conferred medals on 42 police personnel for Gallantry, President Medal of Distinguished Service and Police Medal for Meritorious Service.  The trophy of Best Police Station was bagged by Sadar Bazar Police Station, while Kalkaji Police Station and Farsh Bazar Police Station ended up I & II runners-up respectively.

In the welcome address, the Commissioner of Police, Delhi reiterated force’s commitment in serving the city with utmost dedication and perseverance. He acknowledged that the year gone by was one of the toughest and full of challenges, but with dedication and hard work, the force was able to rise to the occasion, every time. He also recognised the hard work exhibited by every policeman in bringing down heinous crime in Delhi. The CP/Delhi also underlined that Delhi Police is getting technically smarter to keep up with Prime Minister’s vision of ‘SMART Policing’. He appreciated PFWS for initiating a lot of welfare measures for police families and promoting potential sportsmen of police wards under Mission Olympics – 2020. The CP, Delhi congratulated the medallists and the winners of Best Police Station awards.

Speaking on the occasion Amit Shah said: “When you look back on this 73rd Raising Day, you will find that Delhi Police is one of the best police forces not only in the country, but the entire world.” He further said that Delhi Police should feel proud that its foundation was laid by none other than Iron man of India Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel, who was the binding force of this nation. He lauded Delhi Police for maintaining peace and law & order, whether it is any festival, on official events or any international event or conference in Delhi. He further urged to visit Police Memorial, which is a tribute to the sacrifices of our police forces. He also paid tributes to Delhi Police officials who laid down their lives in Parliament attack and other anti-terrorist operations.

The Chief Guest appreciated Delhi Police for its efforts in checking crime against women, implementation of ERSS-112 and leading the fight against cyber crime, in which Delhi Police is also providing technical assistance to police of other states. He announced sanctioning of 9,300 more CCTV cameras for more effective women safety, 4,500 new vehicles including 1,600 additional motorcycles, so that police can serve the city with a strongly equipped force. He also announced Rs. 857 crores under Safe City Project and provision of 700 more flats in Rohini & Narela for providing better housing and work environment to the staff. The Chief Guest also visited the mini-exhibition showcasing the efforts of Police Families Welfare Society.

Kiran Bedi, LG, Puducherry, former Commisioners of Police and several retired as well as serving senior police officers were also present on the occasion.

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Gurugram: Haryana CM says that connectivity of city bus to important tourist places a must

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Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today visited the Camera Museum at Sector 28 Gurugram and gave instructions to DC Amit Khatri to have good connectivity of Gurugaman city bus service with the popular places in the city so that tourists as well as public can reach such places easily by travelling in buses. He said that several old cameras dating back to World War II have been exhibited in the museum along with their history- that makes this museum indeed unique.

The CM was told that several historical cameras from 100 countries have been kept on display at the museum.

While taking a potshot at former CM and Congress leader Bhoopinder Hooda, Khattar said that what the BJP Government has achieved in 100 days cannot be matched by the Congress in 100 days even out of 10 years.

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Ghaziabad: GDA seals 150 illegal flats

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At least 150 flats were sealed and 3 buildings were demolished by a team of Ghaziabad Development Authority (GDA) at Krishna Vatika, Sudamapuri. One mobile tower of Indus Mobile Company was also sealed at Sain Vihar. The GDA team was met with much resistance from the locals however it managed to carry out the drive despite all odds.

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Delhi: Inter-state ‘Lifafa Gang’ of robbers busted; 4 held

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The Crack Team of  Dwarka Police Station North has busted an inter-state gang of robbers known as “Lifafa Gang” with the arrest of its four members, namely Rahul alias Ajay alias Santosh, 34, Mithlesh alias Rajesh, 30, Raj Kumar alias Vikas alias Vicky, 27 and Ashif, 23. One sensational robbery case has been worked out. In addition, three robbed debit cards and one Swift car bearing No. DL-3CZ-9930 used in committing of crime has been recovered.

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Gurugram: Haryana CM lauds Japanese investment in golf event

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Haryana CM, Manohar Lal Khattar today partook as chief guest in an event near IMT Manesar near Hasnapur-Tawdu Road where he felicitated the winners of golf networking event and also launched a booklet on Indo-Japan industrial investment.

Khattar said that India and Japan were working as co-partners in several fields and several global companies of Japan are stationed in Haryana, pertaining to electronics, automobiles, textiles, medical equipment, renewable energy and food processing. This is mainly due to up to the mark law & order and other facilities.

He welcomed the Japanese business class and also thanked them for investing in the state.

-delhincrnews.in reporter