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Member of interstate gang held for 7L theft at wedding reception

A member of an interstate gang, who came to Punjab to commit thefts during the wedding season, was arrested in Ludhiana. The arrested accused, Bobby Sagar Gangade, of Jalgaon, Maharashtra, is identified as the mastermind of the thefts. His aide, Arjun, of Gulkhedi Ghadia Village, Madhya Pradesh, is also involved. The victim, Tilak Raj Shad, 68, a resident of Anand Nagar, Haibowal, Kalan, said that he held a reception after the marriage of his son, Akhilesh Kumar Shad, at a resort in Gahore Village, Ludhiana, on January 29th. During the cake cutting ceremony, he said he went on stage after placing a bag containing cash on a chair. Someone stole the bag, and the police were alerted. The investigating officer, Asi Pritam Singh, said that a man present outside the marriage palace identified the suspects and informed them that they lived in a rented accommodation at Sherpur Area, Ludhiana. A raid was conducted at the rented accommodation, and Bobby was arrested and Arjun fled. The accused are members of an organised gang targeting people in different districts. On October 3rd, 2022, Lud

The Times of India 1 Feb 2023 8:43 am

Nashik MLC poll sees low voter turnout

The much-anticipated tough contest for the Nashik graduates' constituency did not reflect in the voter turnout on Monday as only 49.2% of the 2.6 lakh voters in five districts of Ahmednagar, Nashik, Dhule, Jalgaon and Nandurbar exercised their franchise.

The Times of India 31 Jan 2023 6:12 am

Parvez Alam arrested with 31 deadly weapons

Mumbai: A huge consignment of deadly weapons has been recovered in Malegaon, Maharashtra. In this connection, the Maharashtra Police has arrested a person named Parvez Alam. Police have informed that Parvez was traveling in a bus coming from Ajmer with these weapons, and an investigation is currently underway. According to reports, the police seized the consignment of deadly weapons being brought from Ajmer to Malegaon before entering the city. According to the information, Pawarwadi police checked the bus coming from Ajmer by setting up a Naka on the Mumbai-Agra highway. During this time, a cache of weapons was recovered from the bus. Police seized the weapons and arrested 29-year-old Parvez Alam. A case has been registered against the accused Parvez and he is being interrogated. According to reports, Parvez is a resident of Rasoolpura in Malegaon. Superintendent of Police (SP) Aniket Bharti has said that on January 10, 2023, on the basis of a tip-off, Pawarwadi police took this action. In fact, Pawarwadi police station had received information that a consignment of deadly weapons was being brought from Ajmer to Malegaon. As soon as the information was received, Inspector Sudhir Patil along with his team blocked the Mumbai-Agra highway. As soon as the travel bus going from Ajmer to Nashik reached Malde Shivar, the police stopped it for checking. During this time, 31 types of sharp weapons including 8 swords, 8 gloves, and ten large knives were found in a bag. By seizing the weapons, the police are now trying to find out where these weapons were being transported in Malegaon. The value of the seized weapons is estimated to be around Rs 17,400. According to the report, several arms and ammunition have been seized from communally sensitive areas of Maharashtra such as Nanded, Aurangabad, and Jalgaon in the last few months. Man kills his own wife, kept misleading police for one and a half years 'Unnatural s*x and forced to eat banned meat,' Love jihad victim registers FIR Budapest stabbing by a man results in the death of one police officer.

News Track 13 Jan 2023 3:49 pm