Clash between varsity students: 1 injured, 7 booked; five arrested

  • | Saturday | 2nd December, 2023

Meerut: UP police have booked seven students of Chaudhary Charan Singh University for allegedly creating a ruckusand firing outside the registrars office on Friday. Three separate FIRs in the case have been lodged, of which two have been filed by the students against each other and one has been lodged by the cops at Meeruts medical police station.All three FIRs have been lodged under section 307 (attempt to murder) of IPC, said police.A 24-year-old student, identified as Prashant Chaudhary, sustained a nose fracture, was rushed to a medical facility by the cops, and is said to be stable. SP (city) Piyush Kumar told TOI, The scuffle ensued between Shekhar and Prashant, and prima facie, it happened due to a lack of consensus on the recent protest held against the varsity for not conducting student elections, which was concluded on Wednesday. In the meantime, Shekhar was joined by some students while Prashant opened fire." "Of all the seven booked, five — Shekhar Chaudhary, Prashant Chaudhary, Akshay Baisla, Shan Mohd, and Akshay Singh (ages between 20 and 25) — have been arrested, while Harsh Dhaka and Rohit (known by first name), were at large, the SP said. We also published the following articles recentlyWRD to lodge police plaint over BondvolMinister Subhash Shirodkar has instructed the executive engineer to file a police complaint regarding the Bondvol lake water being drained by tampering with the WRD valve. The lake is a notified wetland under the Calapur comunidade, and the comunidade has filed a complaint and requested an independent inquiry. Santa Cruz sarpanch Jennifer De Oliveira will install CCTV cameras to prevent further incidents.US government may have been spying on citizens with AT&T, claims reportThe US government has reportedly been spying on its citizens for years through the Data Analytical Services (DAS) program, which partners with AT&T to track over a trillion domestic phone records annually. DAS allows federal, state, and local law enforcement to access and analyze phone records, even of non-suspects and victims, using chain analysis to scrutinize individuals connected to suspected criminals. Senator Ron Wyden has expressed concerns about the programs legality and has addressed them in a letter to US Attorney General Merrick Garland. Leaked documents reveal the extensive use of DAS data by law enforcement agencies, including for unrelated cases.

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