PANCHKULA: Some unknown individuals had stolen money, gold and silver gadgets from the home of a superintendent working at finance division of Haryana. Police registered a case.
A grievance was given to the police by Urmila Devi, a resident of Sector 14, stating that she had gone for some private work in Delhi on June 18 and as she was getting back from Delhi, her neighbour known as and knowledgeable her in regards to the locks of her home being damaged.
When she reached her home and checked her almirah, she discovered Rs 45,000 money, two pairs of gold earrings and one silver anklet lacking from her home. A grievance was given to the police. Police officers based mostly on the grievance registered a case beneath sections 380 (theft at dwelling home, and many others.) and 457 (home trespass) of the IPC at Sector 14 police station and initiated the investigation within the case.
Rs 40,000 stolen from scooter in Manimajra
Panchkula: Some unknown individual had stolen Rs 40,000 in money and two clean signed cheques from the scooter of a Manimajra resident in Sector 9. Police registered a case.
A grievance was given to the police by Parmanand Saria, a resident of Financial institution Colony in Manimajra, stating that he had gone to the Shiv Temple in Sector 9 and parked his scooter outdoors the temple at round 6pm.
When he reached again from the temple at 8pm, he discovered the lock of the seat within the scooter was damaged and money Rs 40,000, keys of his store and home and two clean cheques saved beneath the seat have been lacking.
He instantly contacted the police and filed a police grievance. Police based mostly on the grievance registered a case beneath Part 379 (punishment for theft) of the IPC at Sector 5 police station and initiated the investigation within the case. Sub-inspector Suresh Pal, the investigation officer stated “We now have registered a case based mostly on the grievance. The investigation is beneath progress.”
Self-defence workshop organised by UT cops
Chandigarh: UT police performed an illustration workshop on self protection on the neighborhood centre of Bapu Dham Colony in Sector 26 on Wednesday. A bunch of 30 women from Bapu Dham Colony demonstrated self protection strategies to keep away from any untoward incident. Praveer Ranjan, director basic od police (DGP), UT, stated extra such occasions will probably be held frequently within the completely different components of town