A passenger on board an IndiGo flight announced just before take-off from Delhi that he was COVID-19 positive prompting the pilot to return to the parking bay; The owner of the explosives laden Scorpio SUV which was parked outside Ambani's residence was found dead today; Now, certain services regarding the Driving License and Certificate of Registration can be availed completely online. All this and more news at 9 PM.
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The crime branch of Delhi police received a complaint from a businessman alleging that he received a phone call on his mobile phone stating that "Shakti" is calling from Tihar Jail, Delhi. The caller threatened the complainant and demanded Rs. 2 crore from him and gave him two days to arrange it. He threatened him to pay the demanded money else he will face the consequences. In this regard, police registered a case, and an investigation was taken up. On the basis of technical surveillance, it was revealed that the suspects were active in the area of west Delhi. Immediately the police team conducted a raid to nab the culprits. Sincere efforts of the team yielded results and one of the suspects Satish Kumar, was apprehended from the area of Uttam Nagar. During sustained interrogation, he confessed his involvement in the crime. At his instance, his associate namely Deepak Sahrawat who had made the extortion calls to the complainant was apprehended from his house. Police recovered a car and four mobile phones from their possession.
A girl allegedly committed suicide in Ambala's Kalpana Chawla Polytechnic College hostel on February 04. Police reached the hostel and found her hanging from ceiling fan. Post mortem will be done and probe will be conducted to ascertain reason of death.
Mortal remains of Havaldar Nirmal Singh arrived at his native place in Ambala on January 22. Singh lost his life during ceasefire by Pakistan along Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district in January 21. The Pakistan Army resorted to unprovoked firing along the LoC in the Krishna Ghati sector of Poonch. Havaldar Nirmal Singh of the 10 JAK Rifles unit of the Army was critically injured in the firing and succumbed to injuries.
Farmers of Ambala held a tractor march on city roads to support the farmers sitting at Delhi borders. The farmers are sitting at Delhi borders to protest against Centre's newly enacted farm laws. On January 08, the 8th round of meeting between farmer leaders and the Centre ended without any conclusion and next round of meeting will be held on January 15.
Amid rising fuel prices in the country, people are opting for other substitutes for commuting and because of which sales of electronic vehicles have increased drastically in country. People of Ludhiana are purchasing electronic vehicles. According to Managing Director of Avon Cycles Onkar Singh, "After fuel price hike, demand for electric cycles has gone up by 10-15% in last 2 months. We've launched E-bikes, which will be available in North India from next week." With the prices of petrol inching closer to Rs 100 per litre, the demand for battery-operated scooters is on the rise. People want to save on fuel costs and as a result they are opting for electric vehicles.
Farmer protests continued at Delhi's borders and other states. Protesting farmers also paid homage to soldiers martyred in Pulwama. On February 14, 2019, forty CRPF soldiers had died in Jammu and Kashmir in a terror attack. Farmers held candle light vigil and raised slogans of 'jai Jawan Jai Kisan', 'vande mataram', 'bharat mata ki jai' and 'inquilab zindabad'. Similar candle light march was organised in Punjab's Ludhiana. The march was reportedly organised by Bharatiya Kisan Union. Slogans critical of the Central government were heard at the Ludhiana march. Meanwhile, farmer leader Rakesh Tikait addressed rally in Haryana's Karnal. He said, “Both ‘kisan and jawan’ have only asked for law repeal so far. We have not raised slogans for ‘gaddi wapsi’ (vacate the thrown).” Watch the full video for more.
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