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5,800 people booked in 2 months for drinking in public

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Over the most recent two months, the Delhi Police has booked in excess of 5,800 people under the Excise Act for purportedly consuming alcohol at public spots in the city. Police said the wrongdoers likewise needed to pay a fine of Rs 5,000. A portion of the wrongdoers was likewise reserved under areas of the IPC and the Delhi Police Act for causing a commotion or disturbance subsequent to drinking.

As indicated by information delivered by senior cops, in excess of 5,844 people were reserved under the Excise Act. More than 2,489 people were reserved under the Delhi Police Act and 1,242 were reserved under IPC area 290 (public annoyance). A large portion of the guilty parties was gotten from Outer Delhi (1,908), Dwarka (1,295) and Southwest Delhi (724).

Senior officials said the information was imparted to Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana to make a rigid move against the guilty parties.
Likewise, the Delhi Police additionally recognized 326 ‘areas of interest’ where such episodes happen oftentimes. Police said they have imparted subtleties to the neighborhood police and the traffic unit to make a proper move against wrongdoers and forestall further violations here.

“These are exceptional drives led by beat staff to catch such wrongdoers. We call these individuals ‘open consumers’. Some of them are captured in the event that they don’t help out the police or upset individuals,” said a senior cop from the PHQ.

Among the 326 areas of interest in Delhi, most are in East Delhi (38), trailed by Southeast Delhi (36), Outer (34), Dwarka (33), and Shahdara (32). “The majority of the areas of interest are roads close to alcohol shops, parks, dull stretches, shopping centers, and so forth A portion of the lowlifes likewise litter the public spaces and drive drunk. SHO-level officials have been coordinated to investigate every such case, record them and make a preventive move,” said the official.

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Delhi: Minor accused of the rape killed the witness after coming from Juvenile home

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A terrifying incident took place in the capital’s Mundka area where two minors brutally murdered another minor.

First, both the accused brutally beat up the minor, and then, when he lost consciousness, they slit his throat by taking him to the railway track, where they threw the dead body away and fled from the scene.

According to the update, the minor who was brutally killed was an eyewitness in a rape case. After he testified in court, the accused was sent to the correctional center for children.

Due to this incident, the accused was angry with him and he decided to avenge him with the help of an accomplice. The minor was first beaten up brutally, and then his throat was slit, and after that, he was thrown on a railway track.

The police said that the accused carried out the incident to take revenge. The accused was released from the child correction center in the month of March last.

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Delhi: Man arrested for killing homeless man in hit-and-run

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The Delhi Police have arrested a 31-years-old person for killing a vagrant in a hit and run case in the Outer region on Friday. The Mangolpuri police said that the denounced was distinguished as Ashok, a driver from the area.

The Police said that they received a call from  Ramlila ground where the accident took place. When they reached there they saw that the head of the person was smashed. Once he was taken to the hospital he was pronounced dead and after that, he was kept in a morgue as there were no identification details found about him. After tracing they found the details of the car that caused the accident.

The location of the owner, a Mangolpuri occupant, was gotten in view of the vehicle’s subtleties, and a notification was given to him under segment 133 of the Motor Vehicle Act (duty to give information). The owner said that he had leased the vehicle to the charged Ashok. The police said that the blamed person who was missing from his home.

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Woman allegedly killed by husband in Delhi’s Mehrauli after fight

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On Monday morning police received a PCR complaint that a woman was stabbed to death by her husband after a quarrel. The woman was identified as Renu, 28 years old was taken to Madan Mohan Hospital where the doctors declared that she was brought dead. The police said that her husband Dharmender was an alcoholic. Renu however, worked as a housemaid in Freedom Fighter Colony, and they used to quarrel when he demanded money from her for liquor.

The police also said that Renu did not cook food in the evening, and went to work at 7 am on Monday without telling the accused, who was infuriated and allegedly purchased a knife. from a nearby shop. when she returned at 11 am, they again had an argument. After she refused to cook for him, he stabbed her several times outside a jhuggi in the Harijan Basti compound and fled. As of now, the accused is absconding but the police are after him.

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