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Punjab jailbreak: ‘Harminder Mintoo was in touch with terror groups in Pak,’ says Punjab DGP

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF) chief Harminder Singh Mintoo, who had escaped from Nabha jail in Punjab along with five other inmates on Sunday and was arrested by Delhi police from Nizamuddin railway station, was in touch with terror groups in Pakistan, Punjab police said on Monday. “Mintoo was in touch with associates of terror groups in Pakistan,” Punjab Director General of Police Suresh Arora said this evening.The dreaded terrorist would be subject to “intensive interrogation” when he would be brought from Delhi, the DGP said. “We will put him to intensive interrogation after we bring him to Punjab,” he further said. On Sunday, Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal had voiced apprehension that Pakistan could be behind the sensational Nabha jailbreak, saying the neighbouring country was “desperate to revive terrorism” after Indian army conducted the surgical strike across the LoC. “Pak desperate to revive terror post surgical strike. Could be behind jail break,” Sukhbir had tweeted.Mintoo, who was wanted in ten terror offences, was arrested by Punjab Police after he was deported from Thailand in November 2014. DGP further said that Parminder Singh Pinda would also be questioned when he would be brought to the state.Pinda was arrested on Sunday evening from Kairana in Uttar Pradesh’s Shamli district by UP Police. In a sensational jailbreak, Mintoo escaped on Sunday along with five other prisoners after armed men in police uniform stormed the high-security Nabha prison in Patiala. He was nabbed from Nizamuddin railway station in Delhi on Monday.

Nabha jailbreak: Pakistan could be behind the incident, says Punjab Deputy CM

Chandigarh: Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Sunday voiced apprehension that Pakistan could be behind the sensational Nabha jailbreak, saying the neighbouring country was “desperate to revive terrorism” after Indian army conducted the surgical strike across the LoC.

Rapid Action Force men at Nabha Central Jail, which was stormed by armed men. PTI

Rapid Action Force men at Nabha Central Jail, which was stormed by armed men. PTI

“Pak desperate to revive terror post surgical strike. Could be behind jail break,” Sukhbir, who also spoke to the National Security Advisor Ajit Doval after the incident, tweeted.

The Deputy CM, who also holds Home portfolio, however said that the state government would uncover the conspiracy behind the jail break incident at all cost.

“We will uncover the conspiracy behind terrorist – gangster Nabha jail break at all cost.”

“State police is investigating conspiracy between terrorists and gangsters to disturb peace in Punjab before elections,” Sukhbir tweeted.

Officials said Sukhbir apprised Doval of the details of the incident and updated him on the steps being taken to apprehend six culprits.

In a sensational jailbreak, a group of armed men in police uniform today attacked the high-security Nabha Jail and fled with six prisoners, including Khalistan Liberation Front chief Harminder Mintoo.

First Published On : Nov 27, 2016 16:46 IST

35-year-old Dalit man beheaded in Uttarakhand for using flour mill; accused arrested

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A 35-year-old Dalit man was beheaded allegedly by a primary school teacher who accused him of rendering “impure” a flour mill by using it before the upper caste villagers in Uttarakhand’s Bageshwar district, a senior police officer said on Friday.Sohan Ram died when he was assaulted with a sickle by Lalit Karnatak after he protested an insulting remark against his caste, Bageshwar SP Sukhbir Singh told PTI on phone.The accused was arrested on Thursday and sent to Almora jail this morning, the SP said, adding that he was charged with murder and under provisions of the SC and ST (Prevention Of Atrocities) Act.The incident occurred on Tuesday evening in Kadaria village of Bageshwar bordering Pithoragarh. The victim Sohan had gone to a flour mill owned by Kundan Kumar Singh to take back his wheat flour, the SP said.When Lalit, who teaches at a primary school in a neighbouring village, saw Sohan at the flour mill, he made an insulting remark on his caste, saying the flour mill had been “rendered impure” by him.As Sohan protested, Lalit attacked him with a sickle on the neck in a fit of rage, beheading him.According to villagers, both Dalits and upper castes had been using the mill. But in view of the ongoing Navratri festival the upper castes had issued a diktat to the Dalit families to use the mill only after flour has been prepared for offering to deities.

SAD to contest UP assembly polls with like-minded parties; alliance with BJP ‘rock solid’

New Delhi: Punjab’s ruling Shiromani Akali Dal on Monday decided to contest the 2017 Uttar Pradesh assembly elections with like-minded parties, but made clear that its alliance with BJP is “rock solid and intact”.

AD president Sukhbir Singh Badal. AFP

AD president Sukhbir Singh Badal. AFP

The decision was taken at a meeting of Akali leaders here, where SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal said the party wants to ensure due recognition for Sikhs and the Punjabi community by expanding in the state.

Badal, however, put at rest all speculation and said that “the party’s alliance with BJP is rock solid and intact”.

Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Secretary Rai Singh was also appointed as party’s incharge of the state.

The SAD chief formed a 5-member committee to focus on strengthening SAD in UP and identify the potential 40-45 seats it plans to contest in the 2017 assembly polls, keeping in view the number of Sikhs and Punjabi’s population in the state.

SAD is in alliance with BJP both at the Centre and shares power with it in Punjab for the last ten years. Punjab election are also slated in early 2017.

The committee comprising Rajya Sabha MP Balwinder Singh Bhunder, Sri Anandpur Sahib MP Prem Singh Chandumajra, Cabinet minister Gulzar Singh Ranike, President Delhi Unit and DSGMC Manjit Singh GK and senior leader Avtar Singh Hit would submit its report to the SAD President within two weeks.

Elaborating on its the agenda for UP, Punjab deputy Chief Minister said SAD would launch a concerted campaign in UP in order to redress the problems being faced there by Sikhs and Punjabi community besides ameliorating their lot. For this, the need for having an organised party structure in UP is being carefully looked into, he said.

Badal said Sikhs and Punjabi community has done a lot for the development of the state and are the prime contributors to the parameters of progressive index there.

The Punjabi community has still not got its due in UP, which explains and justifies the need for SAD to step in to cater to their needs and aspirations, he said.

“Being the second oldest party in the country’s polity, SAD has a glorious history of playing a yeoman role in freedom movement and after independence too, it was always been in the forefront for the sake of Punjabis, Sikhs and every other community which made it the epitome of secularism,”Badal said.

The SAD President further said that it is the motive of the SAD to harness the capabilities of UP based Punjabis and Sikhs by bringing them all under the unified banner of SAD as various political outfits took advantage of them till now by promising them the moon and applying “use and throw” policy.

“Nobody would dare to even dream of using Sikhs and the Punjabi community as political tools for vote bank purposes,” Badal said.

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal says his car attacked in Punjab’s Ludhiana

Delhi chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s convoy was on Monday attacked on Ludhiana-Ferozepur road in Punjab.The windscreen of Kejriwal’s car was shattered after being hit by a stone.Taking to micro-blogging site, Kejriwal said, “My car attacked with sticks and stones in Ludhiana. Front glass pane broken.”Kejriwal also questioned if Badals and Congress are nervous of him and said, “They can’t break my spirits.”<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Soon after the attack, AAP leader Ashish Khetan tweeted, “In a well orchestrated attack the goons sent by Badals attacked Kejriwal’s car with stones & rods as police stood by.””The attackers came within an inch of grievously injuring Kejriwal. It was by only God’s grace that he escaped unhurt,” he added.Kejriwal had on Sunday accused Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal of trying to mislead people by quoting ‘fabricated statistics’ on drug menace and said his party, if voted to power in the state, would put politicians patronising narcotic trade behind the bars.Taking a dig at Sukhbir who had recently said only 0.6% youths in the state are prey to drug abuse, he alleged that “instead of taking deterrent steps, Sukhbir is presenting fabricated data by claiming the state only has 0.6 per-cent drug addicts. He knows everything, if he doesn’t, he has no right to continue as Deputy CM.”

Drug menace: Sukhbir Badal cites AIIMS study, rubbishes Rahul Gandhi’s remarks

Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Thursday accused Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi of branding the youth of the state as “drug addicts” by “distorting” facts, citing an AIIMS study which says only 0.06% of its population was found abusing drugs.”A recently conducted AIIMS (New Delhi) study has shown the mirror to the anti-Punjab forces indulging in defaming the state by declaring 70 per cent of the youth as drug addicts. “The study shows that out of the 2.77 crore population of the state, only 0.06 per cent was found abusing drugs, which is the lowest percentage across the nation,” he said.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The SAD chief said an “anti-Punjab” campaign was launched by Gandhi who “branded the youth of the state as drug addicts by distorting facts”. He also demanded that the Centre reimburse the state the money spent on the operation carried out by the security forces against the terrorists who attacked the Pathankot airbase, saying “the matter of defence of the Indian territory falls within the ambit of the Union government and therefore, it should bear the expenses”.

Bengaluru techie murder: Accused was recent Facebook friend; arrested near Gurgaon

IBM techie Kusuma Rani Singla was found murdered in her apartment in Bengaluru on Tuesday night. The Bengaluru police has stated that the crime was committed by a friend she met on Facebook just three weeks back and the accused has been arrested near Gurgaon.Kusuma had reportedly been transferred from the Gurgaon office to Bengaluru in August 2015 and was looking to get married again and settle down.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A report in Deccan Herald states that a dispute over money seems to be the main motive behind the murder. The daily reports that Kusuma and the accused, Sukhbir Singh, got to know each other on Facebook. They became friends on December 31, 2015 and exchanged phone numbers on January 9, 2016. On January 17, Singh supposedly told her he was coming to Bengaluru and on Tuesday he flew from Delhi to the city. The report adds that once they went to her apartment he asked her for Rs 50,000 as he was not employed. When she refused, he then asked her to pay the airfare back to Delhi. They allegedly got into a fight and then Singh pinned her to the ground and punched her in the face. He then allegedly strangled her with a laptop battery wire.Singh reportedly stole three debit and credit cards, a chequebook and mobile phone. He also withdrew Rs 11,000 from an ATM in Bengaluru and flew to Mumbai and then Delhi where he reportedly withdrew another Rs 34,000 on Wednesday.

Manpreet Badal, estranged nephew of Punjab CM joins Congress

Manpreet Badal, the estranged nephew of Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, on Friday joined Congress after meeting party Vice President Rahul Gandhi.Hectic parleys were held between the former Akali leader and Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh and other senior party leaders before the decision was taken to merge Badal’s outfit, People’s Party of Punjab, with Congress, sources said.The merger was sealed today during a meeting between Badal and Rahul at the latter’s residence here where Singh and AICC General Secretary Shakeel Ahmad were also present, they said.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A formal announcement in this regard is likely to be made soon, they added.Manpreet Badal had unsuccessfully contested the 2014 General Elections from Bathinda on a Congress ticket against his sister-in-law and Akali leader Harsimrat Kaur Badal.He was earlier part of the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) government and held the finance portfolio until his exit from the party over differences with his uncle Parkash Singh Badal and cousin Sukhbir Singh Badal.He had thereafter launched the People’s Party of Punjab.

Supreme Court ban still in place, Centre allows Jallikattu and bullock cart racing

Speaking on the Centre’s decision, Dalit leader D.Ravikumar, general secretary, Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi said, “Centre has discovered a way to bypass SC’s orders to satisfy the aspiration of a section of the people. Why don’t all the political parties who came together to demand lifting the ban on Jallikattu in the name of Tamil culture also do this for larger social issues like common crematoriums?”

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Delhi’s odd-even scheme may beat the odds by evening out pollution

Salve, summed up his argument saying that “The odd-even scheme is an emergency action taken to combat air pollution. However, it is not the only step taken. It complements various other measures put forth by the National Green Tribunal (NGT), and directives passed by the High Court and the Supreme Court.”Number of days in the severe category
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Teaching, singing national anthem not un-Islamic at all: Darul Uloom

Some years ago, the Deoband school had kicked up a big controversy by issuing a ‘fatwa’ that Muslims should not sing the national anthem or ‘Vande Mataram’ as certain portions in these hymns worshipped the motherland as a Goddess. “A Muslim worships none other than Allah,” the Darul Ifta had ruled in response to a question.

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Uphaar tragedy: SC agrees to hear review petition

The trial court had sentenced the duo to two years’ rigorous imprisonment in November 2007. But in December 2008, the Delhi High Court had reduced their sentence to one year.

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Himachal Pradesh: Panchayat polls results declared in 10 districts; both Congress, BJP claim victory

The CPI(M) also made a dent in Congress bastion in Shimla district, winning from two Zila parishad wards. The Panchayats polls in Kangra district would be held on January 10 and 12, while 52 urban local bodies including 29 municipal councils and 23 Nagar Panchayats would also go to polls in a single phase on January 10.

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RSS refuses to spell out timeline for Ram temple construction

Meanwhile, VHP’s Delhi unit said its members should “get ready” to make “all possible” sacrifice for building the temple. “In 2016, the organisation will be strengthened. In 2017, Kar Sevaks should get ready to make all possible sacrifice to construct the temple. The road to construct the temple goes from Delhi. If need be, we also have the option to gherao the Parliament,” Anil Kumar, organisational secretary of Delhi VHP, said in a statement.

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Working on ‘leads’ provided by India on Pathankot attack: Pakistan Foreign Office

An element of uncertainty today crept in over next week’s Foreign Secretary-level talks with Pakistan amid indications that these may be deferred in the wake of the Pathankot terror attack last Saturday.

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Sheena Bora murder case: CBI hasn’t found any material against Peter Mukerjea, says bail plea

“CBI adopting the investigation of Mumbai police in toto and then arraigning Peter as an accused clearly amounts to contradiction of its own stand,” it says.

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Tamil Nadu govt files defamation cases against Tamil and English newspapers

Both the cases were filed before the Principal Sessions Judge, Audinathan, the CPP said.

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