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Video trials: Tihar inmates need not go to court
Tribune News Service

New Delhi, March 25
The Central Jail (Tihar) premises will now be constantly monitored with the aid of CCTVs, to thwart any more attempts at escape. Also, now the jails would be linked to the courts. The decision to install CCTVs was taken after Sher Singh Rana, the main accused in the murder of Samajwadi Party MP Phoolan Devi, escaped from the prison with the help of a policeman.

A Bill, under which the new dispensation will be created, was passed by the Delhi Assembly today.

Rana’s escape from Tihar jail had raised several questions regarding the effectiveness and adequacy of the security system in the prison.

Rana escaped from Tihar last month with the help of a person impersonating a policeman.

This Bill proposes to establish video linkage between the Tihar jail and the courts. Elaborating on the proposal, Ms Dikshit, who piloted the legislation, said this modern and innovative technique would save time and money and facilitate the security of prisoners. According to the statement of objects and reasons of the Bill, the new system will obviate the physical transportation of the prisoner from the prison to the court and back.

The police will no longer be required to escort the prisoners, as the latter will be in jail and only his image will be projected on the TV screen in the court. He will answer the questions posed by the court on the monitor.

Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister said, “Five pairs of studios would be established, covering one court at Karkardooma, one at Patiala House, and three courts at Tis Hazari, linking them with corresponding studios located in the jails, so that five pairs of video-conferencing systems could function simultaneously. The video linkage systems will drastically bring down the number of Delhi Armed Police (DAP) personnel deployed on escort duty. The surplus staff could be used for other duties in Delhi Police. In this way, the government would make a saving of about Rs 4.5 crores per annum.

The installation of CCTVs would also serve as a check on smuggling of prohibited articles like drugs, currency, weapons and telecommunication equipment into the jail premises. Further, the safety and security of the prisoners will improve with the new system minimising inter-gang feuds in the jail vans and in judicial lock-ups.

The prospects of escape during transportation to and from the courts would be bleak as the number of prisoners would be manageable. Prisoners will also get an opportunity to vent their grievances before the magistrates because of the one-to-one video communication facility.



unsafe delhi
70-year-old woman smothered to death
Tribune News Service

New Delhi, March 25
A seventy-year-old woman was found murdered in her house this morning in Arjun Nagar in the Sarojini Nagar area of South-West district. The house had been ransacked.

The victim, Rajrani (70), a retired employee of the Delhi government, was alone at her house when the incident occurred. The murder was detected this morning when the deceased’s son returned home. The victim’s son owns an auto and operates it in Gurgaon.

He told the police that the house had been ransacked. The police said that it looked like the lady was smothered to death as there was no sign of external injuries. A case of murder and robbery has been registered and the police are looking for the culprit.

Rs 1.8 lakh looted in Okhla Industrial area: Three armed motorcycle-borne youths on Thursday afternoon fired at two employees of a petrol pump in the Okhla Industrial Area, Phase- I, and managed to snatch a suitcase containing Rs 1.8 lakh from their possession.

The victims, Kuldeep and Laksman, employees of the petrol pump located near Community Centre in Okhla Industrial area, were injured in the firing and taken to a hospital; they were reported to be out of danger.

The police said that the incident occurred at around 12.30 pm. The employees, who were on a motorcycle, were apparently being followed by the three armed youths for some time. Initially, when the suspects tried to snatch the suitcase, they failed to get hold of it. Frustrated in their attempt, they fired at the employees and sped away.

The police have registered a case of attempt to murder and robbery and launched a massive hunt to trace the suspects with the help of the description provided by the victims. The suspects are reported to be in their late twenties.

5-year-old boy kidnapped by tenant, recovered: With the arrest of two persons, the South district police today claimed to have rescued a five-year-old child from Madhya Pradesh. The boy, Aakash, alias Bhupender, a resident of Sangam Vihar, went missing from his house on March 7. The police, after preliminary investigations, found that some outsider was possibly involved in the crime. On March 12, the boy’s parents received a ransom call for Rs three lakh from. During investigations, the boy’s parents voiced their suspicions about the involvement of their tenant who had gone to Seoni in Madhya Pradesh.

Around this time, more ransom calls were received by the family; the caller also threatened to kill the boy on March 18. The latter also made the boy speak to his parents. In view of the parents’ suspicions, police teams were sent to Seoni, where the suspects, identified as Nand Kishore, alias Nandu (28), and Gajendra Kumar (30), both residents of Madhya Pradesh, were apprehended on the basis of the description provided by the boy’s family.

During interrogation, the suspects confessed to having committed the crime for money. Nand Kishore told the police that the boy was with one Inder Paul at Bawaria village. 



Metro’s Rithala section to open without fuss 
Tribune News Service

New Delhi, March 25
While the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation is yet to finalise its decision on a fare hike, it has announced the opening of the Inderlok-Rithala section of the Metro on March 31, but without any fanfare or elaborate inaugural ceremony. The new leg of the Metro will increase the total length of Delhi Metro line in the Capital to 20.974 kms. Sources in the DMRC said that they are ready to meet the target of commissioning the Inderlok -Rithala section by March 31 and all preparations have been made for the plying of Metro trains on schedule on the section having eight stations.

Last time, Prime Minister A B Vajpayee had inaugurated the Shahdara-Tis Hazari Section. However, this time it would be a quiet affair. The prime minister had inaugurated the Shahdara-Tis Hazari Metro Rail in December 2002 and the Tis Hazari-Inderlok section in September last year.

The Inderlok-Rithala section of the Delhi Metro is the extension of R1 and R 2 section, which is presently operational between Shahdara and Inderlok, covering a total distance of 12.192 km. With the opening of this section the total distance covered by Delhi Metro would increase to 20.974 km. This section is fully elevated with the Metro running 12 meters above the ground level. This segment of Metro would have eight stations, including Kanhaiya Nagar, Keshav Puram, Netaji Subhash Place, Kohat Enclave, Pitam Pura, Rohini East, Rohini West and Rithala. All of them are elevated stations with rail level varying from 13 meters to nine meters between all the stations.

Each station will have three lifts; a Customer Care Service has also been installed in every station. A total of 21Ticket Operating Machines have been installed at the eight stations.

Adequate arrangements have been made for the power supply with auxiliary substations being set up at every station, which is normally fed from Rithala/RSS by duplicate 33 KV cables through the ring main system.

The platforms are 185 meters long and 4.25 meters wide and are designed to accommodate passengers, who in emergency conditions could be evacuated within minutes.

The DMRC is currently running seven trains with a capacity of 1,500 each for the Shahdara-Inderlok section, which would be increased to 16 trains with a six-minute frequency at peak time with the opening of the new section.



NDMC forced to part with prime land
Nalini Ranjan

New Delhi, March 25
The Land and Development office of the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has decided to hand over about10 acres of prime land, in front of Birla Mandir on Mandir Marg, on lease to the Tourism Ministry.

This land had earlier been given to the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) by the agency in 1990 for being developed as a tourist spot for thousands of devotees who visit the temple every day.

After taking possession of the land, the NDMC built 13 small shops on a petty chunk of land. In due course, the number of shops rose to 28, though most of them are tea and pan shops.

In 1998, the NDMC considered a proposal to construct a huge underground parking and a business centre on the land. However, the council did not take further initiative on this front. In the absence of any development work and proper maintenance, the parking mafia encroached upon the land. Ultimately, the NDMC officials were summoned last month by the Land and Development office to give a clarification in this regard.

The NDMC could not give a satisfactory reply as to why that land could not be developed properly. When contacted, the NDMC spokesperson, Mr Madan Thapliyal, said that the land was disputed, so they had decided to defer the construction work. However, the Land and Development office has denied this charge and pointed out that the NDMC was only trying to cover up its negligence.

Meanwhile, the tourism ministry is understood to have shown interest in the site and plans to beautify it. As a first step, the ministry plans to demolish all the shops and erect a boundary wall to check the encroachments.

Engg college students caned

Sonepat: Hundreds of students, including girls, of CR State Engineering College, Murthal, were lathicharged by the police when they blocked the GT road for more than half an hour today in support of their demands. Later, the employees and students continued their dharna for the fourth day in front of the office of the Principal and director of the college. Their main demands included appointment of the regular principal.

It will be recalled that Mr Ahsok Lavasa, Commissioner of the Rohtak division, has been holding the additional charge of Director and Principal ever since the regular Principal, Dr Ranjit Singh, submitted his resignation four months back.

Strongly condemning the lahticharge, the students alleged that they were protesting peacefully in support of their demands. Incidentally, their main demand is the appointment of a regular principal who can redress their grievances. They pointed out that they had been trying to meet the officiating principal for the last many days but without any success.

The students also alleged that heavy fine was being imposed and no receipts were being issued. Moreover, the security arrangements on the college premises were pathetic and hardly any attention was paid to the problems of the students. The students and the employees have resolved to continue their agitation till the government is forced to reverse its decision. OC



A mushaira with Hussain as backdrop
Tribune News Service

Hussain’s work will bring out the reach of the Urdu language
Hussain’s work will bring out the reach of the Urdu language.

New Delhi, March 25
Mushairas (Arabic for a gathering of poets) have done much to keep the Urdu language alive in the sub-continent. As a part of this exercise to rev up a language, which cynics say is decaying, Urdu poets from India, Pakistan and China will participate in ‘Mushaira Jashn-e-Bahar’ on April 9 at Shankar Lal Hall in the Capital.

The mushaira, being organised by the Jashn-e-Bahar Trust, will bring together some of the well-known Urdu poets from the sub-continent. Painter M. F. Hussain’s 16 ft by 7 feet work will form the backdrop of the mushaira.

The work combines Hussain’s bold strokes with elements of calligraphy and poetry that represent the sweep, the reach and openness of the Urdu language.

The Jashn-e-Bahar Trust, founded by Urdu activist and writer Kaamna Prasad, has been organising the mushaira, which has become an important event on Delhi’s cultural calendar. This year the event is being organised in collaboration with the Sahitya Akademi.

The invitees to the mushaira include Zhang Shi Xuan, the famous Urdu scholar from China, Ahmad Faraz, Iftekhar Arif, Kishwar Naheed and Syeda Shahida Jafri from Pakistan, Nida Fazli, Prof Shehryar, Javed Akhtar, Rauf Khair, Preetipal Singh, Munnwwar Rana, Rahi Shahabi, Manzar Bhopali, Lata Haya, Ruksana Jabin and others from India. Hopefully, the mushaira will pass down the love of the Urdu language to the coming generations.



Sonepat RWA to file PIL on unscheduled load-shedding

Sonepat: The Sonepat Residents Welfare Association and the Sonepat Citizens Welfare Forum have decided to file a PIL in the Punjab and Haryana High Court against unscheduled power cuts being enforced by the Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (UHBVN) in the city and its suburbs for the past few months.

According to a report, this decision was taken at a joint meeting of these organisations held here today. The representatives of the District Bar Association, political parties, social and voluntary organisations and trade unions also took part in the meeting.

The meeting adopted a resolution voicing its grave concern over the recurring load-shedding and urged the state government to order a high-level probe into the working of the UHBVN.

By another resolution, the meeting demanded immediate compensation of Rs 50 lakh to consumers for enforcing unannounced, unscheduled and unorganised power cuts, making the lives of the consumers miserable.

It was also decided to gherao the officials and sub-stations of the UHBVN in the area, if the latter failed to ensure uninterrupted power supply to the consumers.

The meeting also constituted a sub-committee of lawyers who will file the PIL in the Punjab and Haryana High Court. OC



Remaining BJP candidates on March 27
Our Correspondent

Bhiwani, March 25
The state BJP president, Prof Ganeshi Lal, disclosed that announcement of the candidates for the remaining five seats of Lok Sabha would be made in the final list of the party on March 27.

He said that no political party had candidates for parliamentary seats. Talking to mediapersons at the residence of newly inducted leader Om Prakash Maan here today, he said that workers sammelan of mandal and district presidents, general secretaries and other office-bearers would be held at village Nirjan in Jind district on March 31, wherein nearly 3,000 core workers would participate. He said that the BJP workers would go door to door and give people coupons of Rs 50 and Rs 100, besides a card of achievements of Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee government.

They would register new primary members for the party, he said. Prof Ganeshi Lal claimed that INLD and HVP were not mass based parties and Congress would be the main contender.

While claiming victory in all the ten seats of Haryana in the coming Lok Sabha elections, BJP will contest the election in the name of development. Senior party leader Ram Bilas Sharma, district unit president Tara Chand Agarwal, Shankar Dhupar, Om Prakash Maan, Col M. S. Nangal, Dheeraj Saini were among those who present in the press conference.



Cong misleading public on property tax: BJP
Tribune News Service

New Delhi, March 25
Prof. Vijay Kumar Malhotra, MP, has accused the Congress government of “deliberately misleading” the public on the issue of the New Unit Area Method for the assessment of property tax.

Prof. Malhotra said, “it is doubtful if the new method would be able to put an end to the Inspector Raj, but it is certain that it will put in jeopardy the economic welfare of the residents of urbanised villages”.

Attacking the Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit for issuing misleading statements, he described her claims that the new method is a progressive step as “atrocious”.

He said that the “harsh method is unprecedented and that it is for the first time that the residents of urbanised villages have been brought within its purview.”

Accusing the Congress of deliberately hiding the facts, Prof Malhotra said the BJP will give “top priority to the house tax issue”. Prof Malhotra was addressing election meetings in Jia Sarai, Munirka, Vasant Gaon, Adchini and Kalu Sarai.

Rectification demanded in property tax assessment: In a memorandum handed over to the Congress Councillor and Chairman of Rohini Zone, Mr Roshan Lal Ahuja, a delegation of Common Cause Society, Rishi Nagar, raised objection over categorising Rishi Nagar in the ‘D’ category under the unit area system for the assessment of property tax.

Demanding that the area be put in the ‘F’ category, the delegation pointed out that similar colonies like Sant Nagar and Sri Nagar were categorised in the ‘F’ category. They claimed that the civic facilities of these colonies were similar, and therefore, Rishi Nagar colony should be categorised under the ‘F’ category.

Mr Ahuja assured the delegation that their demand would be considered sympathetically and the matter would be brought before the committee.

Navratra Mela: Navratra Mela is being organised at the historic Badri Bhagat Jhandewalan Devi temple. Kirtan was performed at the temple complex by Pawan Anand and party and Kamlesh Chadha and party.

Besides, Navratra Mahotsva is being organised by Indraprastha Kala and Sanskratik Parishad in Kaali Mata Mandir, Deepali Chowk, Pitampura. 



Dowry death accused sentenced to seven 
years in prison 
Tribune News Service

Faridabad, March 25
Dowry related violence continues unabated in the area. The District Court sentenced a woman to seven years of imprisonment for murdering her daughter-in-law for her inability to fulfil her dowry demands.

The District Court held Birma Devi of Ballabhgarh town guilty for burning her daughter in-law for her inability to satisfy her dowry demands. The deceased, identified as Hemlata, had given her statement before a magistrate against her mother-in-law before succumbing to the burn injuries in a hospital. Hemlata was married to one Chakrapal Singh.

In another case recorded by the police in the same subdivision, a young woman was killed under similar circumstances.

Police directed to register murder case

Jhajjar: A local court has directed the police to register a case of murder against six persons, who allegedly killed a youth about two years ago in Khetawas village of the district. According to information, the deceased, identified as Jagdish, was found dead in his village on April 4, 2002. He was cremated without any postmortem examination being done on his body.

However, his elder brother, Shyamnath, who was not present on the occasion, suspected the involvement of some of his family members in the murder. When he approached the police to lodge an FIR against six persons, the police refused to register the case. Later, he filed an application with the local court seeking the registration of the case. Subsequently, the Judicial Magistrate, Amit Sharma, directed the police to lodge a case of murder against the six accused, identified as Mehar Singh, brother of the deceased, Rameshnath, Hawa Singh, Gyaninath, residents of Khetawas village, Kalianath, resident of Jadpura village and Satbir, resident of Gohana.

Man held for murdering his mother

Sonepat: Rajpal, a resident of Sisana village, arrested in connection with the alleged murder of his mother Dhan Kaur, was produced before the Chief Judicial magistrate Pradeep Kumar here yesterday, who remanded him to judicial custody for 14 days. According to a report, Rajpal had murdered his mother in order to grab the land in her name. The body had been found from the fields of the village.

Demonstration by Railway passengers

Railway passengers held a demonstration in front of the railway station here today in protest against the mismanagement and failure of the staff of the booking office to issue tickets to them. According to a report, they raised slogans against the railway staff. On receipt of information, some officials reached the spot and pacified the agitated passengers.

Inspections in offices, schools

As many as 13 employees and teachers were found absent from duty in surprise inspections carried out by the City Magistrate, Mr Ashok Kumar, in government offices and schools in this area yesterday. According to a report, the City Magistrate, recommended disciplinary action against the erring officials and teachers. OC



One killed as jeep rams into tree 

Sonepat, March 25
One persons was killed and seven others were injured when the jeep in which they were travelling rammed into a tree on the roadside near Kathura village, about 50 km from here yesterday. According to a report, all the injured persons were rushed to the PGIMS at Rohtak for treatment, where one of them succumbed to his injuries. The deceased was identified as Dassa alias Daya Singh, whereas the injured include Balraj, Pappu, Kala, Jaipal and Anand. The police have registered the case and further investigations were in progress.

The jeep was on its way from Kathura village to Sonepat to attend the BJP election rally to be addressed by the Deputy Prime Minister, Mr L. K. Advani. OC



Sleaze racket rocks Modinagar
Our Correspondent

Ghaziabad, March 25
The arrests of two women, Geeta and Manju, have exposed the ramification of flesh trade in the Modinagar town.
While the role of police itself has been suspicious the elite of the town are also reportedly losing their night’s sleep.

The Partap Pur police arrested Manju Sharma, a resident of Vijya Nagar, and Geeta, wife of Dharmveer Nai, in connection with the murder of Mehboob and dairy owner Babu Khan on Monday.

The women were arrested for their alleged involvement in flesh trade who used to invite their customers and then get them murdered.

Both Mehboob and Babu Khan were enticed to a rented house in Partapur as customers in flesh trade and both were later given poison mixed with a drink with a view to loot them.

During interrogation, Manju told police that she had sold Babu Khan’s ring to a jeweller in Govindpuri market. The jeweller is reported to have silenced police with a fat bribe.

A woman’s involvement had been reported in loot in Tehsil, six months ago, but no action was taken against her as she had reportedly purchased “police protection.”

Geeta and Manju were police informant also. As many as 12 women are said to be involved in flesh trade racket in which some police officials a few of town’s elite gentry are also involved.

Since the police have access to some of the top citizen phones numbers recovered from the mobile phones of these women, the top brass and VIPs are fearing the noose around their necks might be tightened in days to come.



Constable arrested for taking bribe 
Tribune News Service

New Delhi, March 25
The Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) of the Delhi Government today claimed to have arrested Constable Naresh Pal of the Delhi Police for allegedly demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs 1,000 from complainant Lakhan Singh for not sealing his factory.

The complainant was running a lemon soda factory, R.K. Soft Drinks, at Block-L, Raghubir Nagar. He alleged harassment by constables Naresh Pal, Amit Kumar and Dharambir, who were threatening to seal his factory if he did not pay them Rs. 5000.

Finally, the complainant was asked to pay Rs 1,000 as the first installment.

The ACB laid a trap based on his complaint and arrested Constable Naresh red handed, the police said.

Auto-Lifters held: The Crime Branch of the Delhi Police arrested one Jahiruddin alias Baba, a member of the Mahender alias Babloo gang, and Mohammad Anis. A stolen TATA Sumo was seized from Anis. Jahiruddin was arrested from Madipur where he had been living in a rented accommodation. During interrogation, he disclosed that he was a member of the Mahender gang.

He was involved in more than 200 cases of auto thefts and robberies in Delhi and Mumbai. Mahender was arrested recently in the national Capital.

He had come to Delhi from Mumbai as he wanted to form his own gang. He disclosed that the gang members were also involved in snatching cash and jewellery, the police said.



Criminal killed in encounter
Our Correspondent

Ghaziabad, March 25
A dreaded criminal, who was carrying an award on his head, had been killed in an encounter by Indira Puram and Kavi Nagar police. He had been involved in a bank dacoity and the murder of a kin of former Minister Hukum Singh.

The criminal, Jai Darth of Muzzafarnagar, was killed while he was fleeing after snatching cash and a motorbike from a property dealer Dharmindera, who was returning home in Sahibabad on March 23 night.

At Kala Pathar in Indira Puram, the property dealer was beaten up by two armed desperados, who fled after looting his motorbike, driving license and Rs 5,000. Later, Dharmindera had given this information to police who flashed it to all police stations and patrol parties.

At Kanawani culvert, they were seen coming at a high speed. They were signalled to stop by police, but had sped away towards Hindon barrage. From Hindon barrage side, SO Kavi Nagar Shatrugan Upadhyay was coming in their search with his team. Finding themselves sandwiched from both sides by police, they started firing on the police and tried to flee on foot. One of the criminals was felled in police firing while the other succeeded in fleeing.

The killed criminal was identified on the basis of papers found in his pockets.

The SP City, Mr Umesh Kumar Srivastava confirmed that he was a professional criminal Jai Darth of Muzzafarnagar. He was wanted in six cases of murder, kidnapping and loot etc. He is a history sheeter No 134-A of Muzzafarnagar, on whom police had announced an award of Rs 2,500. He was known to commit crimes with new accomplices every time, the SP City said.

Woman murdered to appease beloved

Greater Noida: The police have arrested three men in connection with the murder of a woman in village Devla. Two local-made pistols were also recovered from their possession. One of the accused, Parvez, had murdered the woman to secure his beloved, the police said.

According to the Surajpur SO, Mr Sher Bahadur Singh, the owner of Pahlwan Hotel had spotted the victim’s body in a drain three days ago. She was identified as Radha Devi, wife of a hotel hand, Raj Kumar alias Raju, who had been strangled with her own chuneri.

During interrogation, Raj Kumar named three men who were arrested from the industrial area later. They were Parvez, son of Tejpal of Gurgaon, Ravinder, son of Veerpal of Devla and Jaipal of Nawangpur, Meerut.

Parvez disclosed that he was studying in Meerut and was having an affair with a girl Mamta, whose family was opposing it.

According to the police, after seeing a film, Pervez got an idea to torch another woman in Mamta’s room and prove that Mamta had committed suicide. Radha Devi was enticed into a room of Rahul Public School, where she was strangled.

Since they had failed to arrange a transport for carrying the body to Mamta’s room, in Delhi, Radha Devi’s body was dumped in the drain, the accused confessed.






Inadequate facilities forcing industries 
to migrate: PHDCCI
Tribune News Service

New Delhi, March 25
The PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI) in a recent survey conducted among the industrial units in the Capital has found that a number of them are planning to migrate to the neighbouring states due to inadequate facilities.

The survey has found that the entrepreneurs were dismayed over the lack of proper roads, uninterrupted power supply and encroachment of the public land in the industrial areas.

The Chamber stated that the Delhi Government should immediately make efforts to improve infrastructure and other common facilities to retain and promote the productivity of the existing industrial units.

Keeping in view the road blocks being faced by the industries in these areas, the PHDCCI found that if the state government failed to provide due attention to them, they would not be in a position to sustain their present operations, leading to major loss of revenue to the state’s exchequer.

Commenting on the sad state of infrastructure in these industrial areas, the PHDCCI survey observed that in most of the industrial areas, the government had not provided roads during the past three decades. Absence of rainwater drains, public urinals, streetlights and waste dumping sites had made the situation even worse for their effective operations.

The survey found that in most of the industrial areas in the Capital, jhuggies have been constructed by encroaching roads, parks, footpaths and in many cases even front gates of the factories. Consequently, large number of entrepreneurs were moving out of the city to set up their new ventures in neighbouring states, stated PHDCCI.

A spokesperson of the Chamber in a press statement issued here today stated that there was no coordination between the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) and the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) with regard to development of infrastructure.

He said since the DDA had not handed over the land to the MCD, it was not ready to undertake development works. The PHDCCI has called upon the Delhi Government to come up with new policy initiatives to remove such anomalies.

The Chamber urged the government to come forward to support the small and medium scale units in these areas as they provide employment to thousands of skilled and semi-skilled workers, besides contributing to the state exchequer.


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