Two get 5-year jail for attempt to murder

  • | Sunday | 1st October, 2023

Kanpur: Additional session judge Avanish Shukla on Saturday convicted two persons Akram and Chotu and sentenced them to five years jail along with a fine of Rs 12,000 each for attempt to murder.According to advocate and additional district government counsel Jitendra Pandey, one Pooja Prajapati a resident of Juhi Kakomi mill campus had lodged an FIR against Akram and Chotu alleging that that on January 18,2013 the accused along with their friends forcefully entered her house and tried to physically exploit her. When she raised an alarm they thrashed her and administered her dye. The prosecution proved its case and the court punished the accused accordingly.Additional district and session judge court no XVIII madam Pratima convicted one Mohit under NDPS act and punished him with two years rigorous imprisonment and a fine of Rs 10,000. According to additional district government counsel Vinod Tripathi, sub inspector Subash Chandra nabbed the accused near Ram Lila ground in Majhawan town on December 11, 2019 and recovered around 600 grams charas from his possession . We also published the following articles recentlyPost additional woman SHO in every district: Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi AdityanathUttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed police commissioners and district police chiefs to appoint a woman Station House Officer (SHO) at an additional police station in every district. He warned that any irregularities would result in immediate removal or termination of service. Adityanath emphasized the importance of womens safety and rights, and announced the launch of Mission Shakti, which aims to raise awareness and educate women about their rights and government efforts to ensure their safety. He also stressed the need for strict action against criminals, regardless of their power or influence.HC directs removal of two district school inspectorsThe Calcutta High Court has ordered the removal of district inspectors of schools (DI) in Murshidabad and South 24 Parganas within two weeks. The court is dissatisfied with the discharge of functions by the DIs and has asked for a compliance report. The order came in response to a petition by a teacher seeking a transfer due to her sons illness. In another hearing, the court ordered the removal of the South 24 Parganas DI for mishandling pension payments. The court will hear a petition regarding a planned rally in Kolkata, and the Bihar cabinet has approved the recruitment of over 69,000 teachers in government schools.

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