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24-year-old law student shot dead near Delhi’s Burari after argument

DELHI Updated: Nov 10, 2017 22:36 IST

HT Correspondent  copyright Hindustan Times

The victim, Ashish Bhardwaj, was with two friends when the biker stopped them and asked them what they were doing in the area late in the night.

A 24-year-old law student was allegedly shot dead by a motorcycle-borne attacker when he was out for a stroll at night in north Delhi’s Hardev Nagar near Burari on Thursday.

The victim, Ashish Bhardwaj, was with two friends when the biker stopped them and asked them what they were doing in the area late in the night.

An argument ensued and a scuffle broke out between them, during which the biker allegedly took out his gun and shot Bhardwaj on his neck. He died on the spot and the biker fled, said police.

Bhardwaj, who hailed from West Champaran district in Bihar, was a final-year student at a private university in Gurgaon. He lived with his brother Rajnish Bhardwaj in a rented flat in Hardev Nagar.

Rajnish is a postgraduate student from Delhi University. Their father, Ved Prakash, is an advocate in Bettiah, Bihar.

Jatin Narwal, deputy commissioner of police (north), said the crime was reported to the police control room at 11.45pm on Thursday.

“A case of murder was registered at the Burari police station. We have got some clues about the attacker. He has been identified. We are conducting raids to nab him,” said Narwal.

During the investigation, Narwal said, it was learnt that Bhardwaj was out for a stroll with his friends Himanshu and Anoop. A man carrying a double-barrel gun on his shoulder interrupted them on a Splendour motorcycle, he said. The biker asked the three what they were doing outside in the neighbourhood late at night.

When the three asked him to mind his business, the biker started abusing them. This started an altercation in which the biker threatened to shoot them, added Narwal.

“A scuffle broke out between them during which the three dragged him down from the motorcycle. When they tried to snatch the gun, the biker fired a bullet that hit Bhardwaj’s neck and he collapsed,” said Narwal, adding that after the shooting, the biker fled on his motorcycle.

Bhardwaj’s friends rushed him to a nearby hospital where the doctors declared him dead. His brother and other family members were informed about his death, police said

HSC graduate in Mumbai arrested for posing as doctor with dead brother’s degree, killing patient

The accused was operating a dispensary in Deonar, where he displayed his dead brother’s Unani degree, since the past four years.

Updated: Nov 11, 2017 15:33 IST

Megha Sood
copyright Hindustan Times

The accused, Shahbaaz Alam Siddiqui, has been arrested for causing death due to negligence, cheating and forgery. (HT)

The Deonar police arrested a man on Thursday for posing as a doctor and administering an injection to a 25-year-old patient, killing him.

Police said the man, Shahbaaz Alam Siddiqui, had studied only till Class 12. He set up a dispensary, where he had been displaying his dead brother’s Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery degree for the past four years.

Police said the patient, Pradeep Jadhav, was a resident of Sanjay Gandhi Nagar in Govandi. As he was suffering from fever, he went to Siddiqui’s dispensary on November 5 as it was near his house.

Siddiqui gave Jadhav medicines after examining him. As his condition did not improve, Jadhav revisited the dispensary the next day. This time, Siddiqui gave Jadhav an injection and a few medicines and told him to rest.

On November 7, Jadhav went back to the dispensary, which was shut. He then went to a doctor at Tata Nagar. On November 8, he returned to the dispensary, but found it locked again. He then went to Shatabdi Hospital.

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“The hospital authorities sent Jadhav to Rajawadi Hospital as his case was serious. From there, he was sent to Sion Hospital, where doctors told him to admit himself to KEM Hospital on Wednesday. He died on the way to KEM,” said inspector Nana Shinde, from Deonar police station.

Shinde said the post mortem report suggested that the injection was to blame for Jadhav’s death. Siddiqui was held for death due to negligence, cheating and forgery under the Indian Penal Code, and sections of the Medical Act.

“Siddiqui had learnt to administer injections from his brother, Deepak,” said Shinde.

Police said Deepak had committed suicide in March two years ago in the officer’s room of the Mankhurd police station. The 29-year-old had been brought to the station for questioning in connection with a case of milk theft. He hanged himself using a pair of trousers that belonged to a policeman

Husband denied bail in dowry death case

on: November 10, 2017In


JAMMU: Principal Sessions Judge Kathua M.A Chowdhary rejected bail application of Dinesh Kumar TSM Aircel, who was allegedly involved in dowry death case.

As per prosecution case, Sneh Lata (24 years), wife of petitioner/accused Dinesh Kumar, on July 16, 2017, had taken some poisonous substance and on being referred to GMC Hospital Jammu, had died on July 17, 2017. Subsequently, the inquest proceedings were initiated. During inquiry, it was found that the petitioner had got married to the deceased on January 26, 2015 and a daughter was born out of the wedlock and it was alleged by the father of the deceased that the petitioner Dinesh Kumar used to drink heavily and raise demands of dowry and also used to beat her and subject her to cruelty. On July 16, 2017, the deceased had rang up her father at 9.00/10.00 PM and narrated that she was assaulted by her husband and on the same night at 1.38 AM, he received a telephonic call from GMC Hospital Jammu, that his daughter had died and that the deceased had committed suicide due to cruelty.  As such, a case vide FIR No. 52/2017 for the commission of offences punishable under Sections 498-A and 306 RPC, was registered with Police Station Billawar, and after investigation, the petitioner/accused was found to have committed offence punishable under Section 304-B RPC.

Justice Chowdhary on perusal of the case file and without going into minute details of the proof placed on record observed that there is no material on record at this stage to form an opinion that there are not reasonable grounds for believing that the accusation against the petitioner/accused is ‘prima facie’ not proved.

In Hyderabad, Techie, Businesswoman Arrested For Creating Fake Facebook Account Of Woman

The 41-year-old software employee, and the businesswoman, aged 25, were arrested on Wednesday from Moulali on charge of cyberstalking, Rachakonda Commissioner of Police Mahesh M Bhagwat said.

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During interrogation, the two accused confessed to the crime (File)

HYDERABAD:  A software professional and a businesswoman have been arrested in Hyderabad for allegedly harassing a 36-year-old assistant professor after uploading her personal photos on social media with abusive comments.

The 41-year-old software employee, and the businesswoman, aged 25, were arrested on Wednesday from Moulali on charge of cyberstalking, Rachakonda Commissioner of Police Mahesh M Bhagwat said.

The accused woman was a business partner of the software professional. Both were staying in the same apartment complex as the victim, who worked as an assistant professor at a private college in the city.
The accused committed the offence due to some dispute between the families of the software professional and the victim, the commissioner said.

During their interrogation, the two accused confessed that they created a fake Facebook account and posted a personal picture of the victim with abusive and vulgar comments, Mr Bhagwat said.

On October 21, the victim lodged a complaint with the police, who registered a case under relevant sections of the Information Technology Act and on Wednesday arrested the two accused, police added



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