(नयी दिल्ली)दिल्ली पुलिस ने भगोड़े देश द्रोही शरजील इमाम को बिहार से गिरफ्तार किया
दिल्ली पुलिस की अपराध शाखा ने मंगलवार को जवाहरलाल नेहरू विश्वविद्यालय के छात्र शरजील इमाम को बिहार के जहानाबाद से गिरफ्तार कर लिया जिस पर देशद्रोह के मामले दर्ज किये गये हैं।
आई आई टी से स्नातक और अब जेएनयू के इतिहास अध्ययन केंद्र में अध्ययनरत पीएचडी छात्र शरजील पर नागरिकता संशोधन कानून के खिलाफ प्रदर्शनों के दौरान कथित भड़काऊ भाषण देने के मामले में कई राज्यों में देशद्रोह के मामले दर्ज किये गये हैं।
अपराध शाखा के पुलिस उपायुक्त राजेश देव के अनुसार शरजील इमाम को जहानाबाद से गिरफ्तार कर लिया है।’’
पुलिस ने बिहार निवासी इमाम का पता लगाने के लिए पांच दलों को तैनात किया था। उसे पकड़ने के लिए मुंबई, पटना और दिल्ली में छापे मारे गये।शरजील के साथ ही उसकी माँ और दो भाइयों को भी हिरासत में लेकर पूछताछ जारी है
(Chd,Pb)19 IPS Officers Shuffled in Punjab
Total 19 IPS Officers are Shuffled
The Punjab government on Monday transferred 19 IPS officers including a DGP and four ADGPs
Director General of Police (Intelligence) V K Bhawra was appointed the DGP Home Guards and Director Civil Defence
Additional Director General of Police (Security) Varinder Kumar has been given the charge of the ADGP (Intelligence) while ADGP (Crime) Gurpreet Kaur Deo has been shifted to the Community Affairs Division.
ADGP S K Aasthana has been posted as ADGP Human Rights while ADGP Shashi Prabha has been made the ADGP Lokpal.
Inspector General Naresh Kumar was appointed as the ADGP Crime while IG Ram Singh was made the ADGP Modernisation.
IG S S Srivastava has been posted as ADGP Security while IG B Chandra Sekhar has been given the charge of ADGP Crime.
IG Parveen Kumar was made the ADGP Prisons while IG A S Rai was posted as ADGP HRD.
IG V Neerja was made the ADGP Welfare and Anita Punj has been posted as ADGP Punjab Police Academy, Phillaur.
Vibhu Raj, Gurinder Singh Dhillon, M S Chhina, Mohnish Chawla, SK Singh and Hardial Singh Mann were the other IPS officers who were given new postings
(New Delhi) Govt Failing to Save MAHARAJA So Air India Is On Sale
Air India employee unions meeting in Delhi to discussthis privatisation of airline:
The government on Monday announced sale of 100 per cent stake in debt-laden Air India as it issued the preliminary bid document for the strategic disinvestment with the deadline for submitting expression of interest set as March 17
As part of the strategic disinvestment, Air India would also sell 100 per cent stake in low-cost airline Air India Express and 50 per cent shareholding in joint venture AISATS, as per bid document issued on Monday
Management control of the airline would also be transferred to the successful bidder
This is the second time in less than two years that the government has come out with proposal for selling stake in Air India, which has been in the red for long
The government has set March 17 as the deadline for submitting the expression of interest (EoI)
AISATS is an equal joint venture between Air India and Singapore Airlines. It offers ground handling services
Air India also has interests in Air India Engineering Services, Air India Air Transport Services, Airline Allied Services and Hotel Corporation of India
According to the document, debt of Rs 23,286.5 crore would remain with Air India and Air India Express at the time of closing of the disinvestment
The remaining debt would be allocated to AIAHL
EY is the transaction adviser for Air India disinvestment process
In 2018, the government proposed to offload 76 per cent equity share capital of the national carrier as well as transfer the management control to private players. However, there were no bidders.
(Chd,Pb) Cong Capt Dares SAD to Quit NDA at Centre:CAA Row
Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Tuesday dared the SAD to quit the NDA alliance at the Centre, a day after the party decided not to contest the Delhi assembly polls on being told by the BJP to change its stance over the CAA.
The Punjab CM said Delhi was the second state after Haryana where the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) had decided not to contest the assembly elections in alliance with the BJP.
He said the decision was “motivated by political compulsions” as the SAD had realised that it had “no ground support” and could not win even a single seat.
“Or perhaps, the BJP was not ready to give them what they wanted in terms of seats, prompting them to look for a graceful way out of the situation,” said Amarinder Singh.
(Chd,Pb) Pb Govt Gets Breather From High Court CAT Order Stated :DGP Row
The next date for hearing has been fixed for February 26
The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Tuesday granted stay on the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) order that had set aside the appointment of senior IPS officer Dinkar Gupta as the state police chief.
The state of Punjab on Monday as well as DGP Gupta on Monday had approached the high court against the CAT order.
The petition challenging the CAT order was taken up by a division bench of justices Jaswant Singh and Sant Prakash
The court stayed the CAT order, said senior advocate Puneet Bali, the counsel for DGP Gupta.
On January 17, the CAT had set aside the appointment of Gupta as the state police chief that had come as a big blow to the Amarinder Singh-led state government.