(Chd,Pb)Drug Peddler’s Assets Frozen in Punjab
Assets worth Rs 3.90 crore of eight Tarn Taran-based drug peddlers were frozen under relevant sections of the NDPS Act.
All movable and immovable assets of the peddlers were frozen immediately after police received a clearance from the Union Department of Revenue–the competent authority in this case
Assets frozen belonged to Mukhtiar Singh, alias Kaka, against whom an FIR was lodged in connection with the seizure of 1 kg of heroin.
Properties of Sukhbir Singh, Jasbir Singh, Dilsher Singh, Sukhraj Singh, Sukhbir Singh, Chamkaur Singh and Balkar Singh, were also frozen.
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(Chd,Pb)Drug Peddler’s Assets Frozen in Punjab
(Patiala,,Punjab )DGP Discussed Terror Threat and Drug Abuse in Punjab
General of Police Dinkar Gupta on Saturday held a meeting of senior police officers here and discussed various issues including terror threat and drug abuse, officials said.During the meeting held at Patiala Police Line here, police chiefs of all the districts of the state were present, they said.
To a question on smuggling of weapons through drones from Pakistan, Gupta said all the security agencies including Punjab police are investigating the matter.
DGP said that no one would be allowed to disturb peace in the state and Punjab police was capable of dealing with any kind of situation.
The meeting was attended by Director Bureau of Investigation Prabodh Kumar, ADGP Administration Gaurav Yadav, ADGP Security Virender Kumar, ADGP Law & Order Ishwar Singh, among others.
[Chd,Pb] Rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh Booked For Vulgar Lyrics
Pop singer Honey Singh and music producer Bhushan Kumar have been booked by Punjab police on the charge of using vulgar lyrics against women in their latest song.
The rapper has been booked following a complaint lodged by the Punjab State Women Commission which sought action against him for allegedly using vulgar lyrics against women in the song.
The case has been registered at the Mataur police station in Punjab’s Mohali district.
[Chd,Pb] Punjab Vigilantes Trapped 15 Corrupt Employee During January
State Vigilance Bureau has scored 15 in 11 different trap cases This includes 5 police personnel and 3 employees of revenue department.
As per Chief Director-cum-ADGP vigilance bureau Punjab B.K. Uppal VB said that the Bureau has submitted challans pertaining to 12 vigilance cases in various special courts in the last month. Apart from this, one vigilance enquiry has also been registered to thoroughly probe the corruption cases against public servants.
Giving more details, he informed that special courts have decided two bribery cases filed and contested by the Bureau during last month, in which six accused namely
Sarabdial Singh, Personnel Assistant to former Punjab Minister Gulzar Singh Ranike,
Amrik Singh, Dalip Singh, Ninder Singh Sarpanch,
Mohit Sarin and Maninder SIngh both bank employees, were convicted and sentenced with imprisonments ranging from 6 years to 4 years and fine from Rs. 2,30,000/- to Rs. 30,000 by the Additional Sessions Judge, Amritsar.
Similarly, in another case, Sukhdev Singh, Patwari posted in Taran Taran district was convicted and sentenced with 3 and 4 Years imprisonments under two different sections of PC Act and fine of Rs. 5,000/- by the Additional Session Judge, Taran Taran.
[Ldh,Chd,Pb]Ludhiana Inspector Trapped With Bribe @ Rs 20K
Asst Sub Inspector Mohinder Singh (1514) was nabbed red handed on the complaint of Rachpal Singh Pali of village Lohara, Ludhiana.
As per The complainant accused ASI was demanding Rs 50,000 to help him a complaint case and the deal was struck at Rs. 40,000.
[,Ropar,Chd,Pb] Army Recruitment Scam Unearthed in Punjab
Ropar Police has arrested five persons for their alleged involvement in a state wide Army recruitment scam.
Police has recovered
29 Aadhar cards,
fake documents sets of 48 individuals,
and Rs 8 lakh from their possession.
Sixty eight attestation and
official stamps were also recovered.
These stamps are of different official designations like those of SHOs, Tehsildars, Municipal Councilors etc.
In the last five years, this gang has secured recruitment of 26 individuals in the Sikh, J&K and Artillery regiments by preparing fake caste and residential proof certificates. They used to charge Rs 3-5 lacs from every individual for the recruitment process.
Clerks of the Army recruiting centers in Patiala, Ferozpur and Ludhiana were hand in glove with these perpetrators, who, after taking their cut, verified the fake documents, the spokesperson added.
Initial investigations reveal that Yogesh of Salem Tabri, Ludhiana is the kingpin of this gang, which has, in the last five years, prepared fake documents of nearly 150 individuals hailing from Haryana.
Aspirants from Haryana were roped in by Manjeet and Sunil of Jind as there is less competition in Army recruitment in Punjab. Both Manjeet and Sunil, who run a Army recruitment training academy in Jind, have also been arrested.
Similarly, Manoj and Amit of Ferozpur used to provide recruits to Yogesh from the districts of Fazilka, Moga, Faridkot and Ferozpur.
Names of several Non- Commissioned Officers (NCOs) posted in Ludhiana, Gwalior, Ferozpur and Bhuvneshwar have figured in the questioning of the suspects. These NCOs used to be a link between the recruiting authorities and the aspirants willing to join the Army
[Chd,Pb]Sweet Smuggling in Press Vehicles In Punjab
Food Safety Team Pathankot in two different inspections nabbed two newspaper carrying vehicles smuggling alleged adulterated sweets
Team intercepted a TATA Ace vehicle carrying 150 kg boondi dana and about 100 kg burfi.
The driver disclosed that the boondi dana was associated with Inderjit Krishanlal & Sons, Gandhi Camp Jalandhar and produced a challan for the same but no proof regarding carrying burfi was produced.
In a similar incident, 4.05 quintals of sweets linked with Kishore Petha House, Mukerian, hidden under the newspaper stock is caught
It also had 1000 kg of sweets linked with Lovely Sweets, Nakodar Road, Jalandhar. The samples of sweets namely ladoos, gulabjamun, burfi and gurh-paare were seized.
[Ludhiana,Pb]Hosiery Inferno :4 labourers Killed In Indian Manchester “Ludhiana”
Four persons were killed in a fire that broke out in a hosiery factory at Kalyan Nagar this morning,
The deceased were labourers who were working in the factory at the time of incident
The factory is located in a thickly-populated area of the city
[Chd,Pb]Capt,s Video Goes Viral:Declared Doctored
Video of Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh went viral on social media. But Punjab Police registered a case declaring it “doctored” and “malicious”
User name is Harsh Sofat (@harshsofat9) on a web-based application,
In the video, the voice of the chief minister was altered and deliberately slowed down to create an impression that he is under the influence of some intoxicant
As per Police Chinese app ‘TikTok’, allows users to dub and alter voices on recorded videos,
The video was initially circulated on a WhatsApp group, ‘Youth group nabhaz’, and also uploaded on a Facebook Page, ‘Majha Akali Page.