Hapur cops destroy 400 silencers of motorbikes

  • | Friday | 1st December, 2023

MEERUT: Taking strict action against loud motorcycles, police seized 400 modified silencers illegally installed on Royal Enfield bikes and crushed them using a road-roller in Hapur.Police said the silencers were seized during the ongoing Operation Patakha. SP Abhishek Verma said there is a ban on loud silencers on Bullet bikes but people continue to use them."This creates noise pollution and the loud sound can be fatal as well.During our campaign, 750 motorists were challaned and silencers removed . This action will continue," he said.We also published the following articles recentlyRadical elements silencing moderate Canada SikhsA vocal protester named Himmat Singh accused the Indian government of orchestrating the killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, who was designated as a terrorist and president of the Surrey gurdwara in Canada. The Justin Trudeau government in Canada endorsed the charge, causing a rift between New Delhi and Ottawa. Himmat Singh also accused ambassador Sandhu of Indias role in the killing of Nijjar. Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), led by Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, claimed that the American phase of the Khalistan Referendum voting would start in San Francisco, California. Indian officials express concern over the militant Sikhs endorsing violence and attacking Indian diplomatic missions.Protest against ECs silence on changing of vote count dateThe NGO Coordination Committee will stage a sit-in protest in front of the Raj Bhavans northern gate in Aizawl to protest the ECs silence on changing the date of counting of votes. The public gathering, called Kristian Ni Serh Humhalhna PunKhawm, will be held from 11am to 1pm on Friday. NGOCC leaders in all 10 other districts are also requested to hold the public gathering at the same time in their district headquarters.Silence isnt consent: Life for raping nieceA 50-year-old Andheri resident was sentenced to life imprisonment for raping his 19-year-old niece and leaving her pregnant. The case was filed under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, but the charges were dropped due to her age. The defence claimed no injuries on her private parts, but the judge stated that absence of injury does not prove falsity or consent. The DNA of the aborted foetus matched the accused, leading to his conviction. The accused was also fined and compensation will be awarded to the victim under the Manodhairya Scheme. The crime was discovered when the victim became pregnant.

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