30 booked for crashing wedding, attacking organisers

  • | Monday | 4th December, 2023

Ghaziabad: Thirty people — 15 of them identified — were booked on Sunday for allegedly crashing a wedding and attacking the organisers when asked to leave. The incident happened on November 25 during a marriage function in Vijay Nagar, Ghaziabad. The brides mother filed a police complaint, saying the accused — Jaggu and his friends — insulted and attacked the wedding guests. The accused called their associates, who arrived with sticks and started fighting with the guests. They also robbed the guests of gold and silver ornaments and cash intended for the bride. They touched some of the women inappropriately and hit them when the women resisted. They fled the spot only when we contacted police, said the mother. Nimish Patel, the ACP of Kotwali area, said that based on the complaint, police have registered an FIR against 15 named persons, including Jaggu, his son Irfaan, Umar and others, as well as 25 unidentified persons under IPC sections 147 (rioting), 148 (rioting, armed with a deadly weapon), 149 (every member of unlawful assembly guilty of the offence committed in prosecution of common object), 354 (molestation), 394 (voluntarily causing hurt in committing robbery), 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace) and 506 (criminal intimidation). Police teams are now looking for the accused and checking wedding video clips to identify all the unidentified persons, said Nimish Patel. We also published the following articles recentlyComplaint against unidentified person for using GCA logoPorvorim police register offence against unidentified person for fraudulently representing as Goa Cricket Association (GCA) secretary and using GCA logo; Complaint filed by GCA secretarys legal representative, advocate Siddesh Prabhudesai; Accused impersonated GCA secretary, used GCA logo to advertise league tournament on December 10; Accused circulated advertisement on social media, misleading public; Offence registered under Information Technology (IT) Act.Kolkata couple, 51 guests donate blood at pre-wedding eventAyush Damani and Ayushi Sanghvi chose to have a blood donation camp as part of their pre-wedding celebrations. The camp, organized by Project Life Force, collected blood from 53 people at the event. The units of whole blood collected went to Bhoruka Blood Bank. Ayush and Ayushi expressed their gratitude for the opportunity to donate blood, with Ayushi pledging to continue donating in the future.Ambulance driver killed, another injured in attack by unidentified men in Navi MumbaiAn unidentified group attacked an ambulance in Navi Mumbais Nerul area, resulting in the death of a 30-year-old ambulance driver, Yuvraj Amrendra Singh. The incident took place near the entrance of D Y Patil Hospital, where four unknown persons intercepted the ambulance. Singh was forcibly removed from the ambulance and assaulted with a bamboo stick, while the vehicle was damaged. Another person in the ambulance, Dyaneshwar Nakade, managed to escape and inform the owner. The Mumbai Police has registered a case and is making efforts to apprehend the accused.

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