"Security cover provided to Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal remains unchanged," informed Delhi Police PRO Chinmoy Biswal after some news reports said that the security provided to Chief Minister has been scaled down. Delhi Police PRO said that there has been no reduction in the number of security personnel provided to the Chief Minister. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal is under Z plus security by Delhi Police which comprises pilot, escort, close protection team, house guard, spotters, search and frisking staff etc in the form of 47 plainclothes security personnel and 16 uniformed CRPF personnel," he added.
The All India Trinamool Congress announced its new poll slogan with Assembly elections in West Bengal just months away. The slogan is 'Bangla nijer meyekei chaye', which means Bengal wants its own daughter. It is understood to be an allusion to the ruling party labelling Opposition BJP 'outsiders' in the state. Meanwhile, soldiers of the Central Reserve Police Force were seen arriving in various parts of the state. Watch the full video for more.
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Ahead of West Bengal Assembly elections, c (CRPF) personnel arrived in parts of WB. They arrived at Birbhum on Feb 20. Similarly, 12 companies of CRPF reached at Durgapur railway station. CRPF is in West Bengal to maintain law and order situation.
SN Shrivastava, the Delhi Police Commissioner said that terrorist organizations try to do some terrorist incidents in the national capital to get attention. But Delhi Police's Special Cell is capable of stopping such incidents. Police have arrested 32 terrorists and prevented many terrorist incidents in the previous year.
The Economic Offences wing of Delhi Police have arrested K Ponniah for inducing and duping investors in the name of investment in a housing project. The alleged persons falsely assured the complainant that he has commenced construction and would complete the project. However, even after 5 years of investment, no possession was given to victims. It is found during the investigation that the accused constructed two towers namely Tower No 24A and 24B in Village Poachanpur, Dwarka Sector 23 Delhi in collaboration with land owner. Later, it was found that the accused had been taking bookings of flats that were owned by the land owner as per the collaboration agreement.
Speaking on the cyber crime issue, Delhi Police Commissioner, SN Shrivastava said that cyber crime has risen while digital payment methods increased during the lockdown. But the way the Delhi Police acted, it has been reduced. The police have conducted a lot of awareness campaigns to educate people. If people do not come to greed and pay attention to the police and government's advice, then the cyber crime will decrease.
ITV News has obtained footage of Shamima Begum after she learned she cannot return to UK. Ms Begum was seen staying silent as she walked through a refugee camp in Syria, where she is staying. The Supreme Court ruled today that she should not be allowed to return to the UK to pursue an appeal against the removal of her British citizenship.
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A British-born woman who went to Syria as a schoolgirl to join Islamic State should not be allowed to return to Britain because she poses a security risk, the UK's Supreme Court ruled on Friday. Adam Reed reports.
Jammu and Kashmir Sports Council is conducted screening of players for upcoming National Soft Tennis Championships. The trials are being conducted screening committee under the supervision of Divisional Sports Officer at Multi Sports Activity Centre, Gindun Stadium in Rajbagh, Srinagar. Professional coaches are conducting the trials for the upcoming National Soft Tennis Championships."We appreciate that the government is taking trials so that we can excel and get a better opportunities in the championship, said player Arif Farooq.
A youth from Kashmir is making the valley proud by his efforts towards the society. Ehtisham Khan bagged Youth Icon Award for his contribution and participation in the field of sports, social work and representing the Nation (India) at different International platforms. The Association of People of Asia's Jammu and Kashmir chapter felicitated Ehtisham Khan with the prestigious award. Ehtisham hails from Srinagar's Batamaloo and he is pursuing his bachelor's degree in engineering. He started his career in snow skiing and represented J-K, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh at the national level in snow skiing. Khan is also a bronze medalist in rock climbing, an ultra-marathon runner, a mountain biker and a founding member of the J-K Mountain Biking Association. The award was conferred in recognition of his contribution to society, sports and for representing India at different international platforms. APA aims to promote peace, create conditions for social betterment and communal harmony. Ehtisham Khan is pursuing a degree in Engineering from Yogananda College of Engineering and Technology.