Watch | New video emerges of Satyendar Jain having food inside jail cell
It was earlier reported that Jain had lost about 6 kg as he was keeping a fast and only ate fruits. But the new video, which has gone viral on social media, shows the AAP leader eat various packaged food items from. But the new video, which has gone viral on social media, shows the AAP leader eat various packaged food items from.
From Delhi's Prisons Minister to prisoner, does Satyendar Jain still control Tihar?
As per an Enforcement Directorate (ED) report, Jain has access to all privileges like home-cooked food and massages in his cell. In a recently submitted report before a Delhi court, the probe agency has stated that Jain is being given "special treatment" in his Tihar Jail cell in the form of head and foot massages, fruits, food and papers. He is allowed to meet people, including other accused, beyond permissible hours. As per the CCTV footage, in violation of the rules, jail superintendent met Jain every day to enquire about his well-being, it claimed. Jain's wife, Poonam Jain, also visits him often in the cell.
The Wire files police complaint against its ex-consultant
Delhi Police on Saturday had registered an FIR against 'The Wire' and its senior editors based on a complaint filed by Malviya, alleging that the portal forged documents with a view to malign and tarnish his reputation. The complaint has been filed against 'The Wire' founder Siddharth Varadarajan, founding editor Sidharth Bhatia, editor M.K. Venu, deputy editor and executive news producer Jahnavi Sen, Foundation for Independent Journalism and other unknown persons.
Italia detained, questioned for ruckus outside NCW office, clarifies Delhi Police
Police has made it clear thar Italia wasn't grilled in connection with his comment on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but in connection with the ruckus which was created by the AAP workers outside the NCW office. Italia was summoned by the NCW to record his statement over his comment on PM Modi, as the NCW said that his comment also insulted women.
AAP's MCD poll in-charge Durgesh Pathak joins ED probe in excise policy scam
Durgesh Pathak reached the ED office at around 10.30 a.m. He signed the entry register and went inside the building. Sources said that recently when the ED conducted raids in the case, Pathak was found at the house of Vijay Nair in Mumbai. Nair is an alleged accused in the matter. At that time the ED had reportedly seized his mobile phone, and a few more things were recovered from his phone.
3 separate FIRs lodged after ACB raids, AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan's aide arrested
Apart from registration of FIRs, the police have arrested the AAP MLA's close aide Hamid Ali (54), a resident of Jamia Nagar in Arms Act case. Notably, Khan was also arrested on Friday. "One illegal weapon and some live cartridges were recovered from Hamid Ali's house. He was arrested in this case," Deputy Commissioner of Police (southeast) Esha Pandey said. The second FIR was registered against Kaushar Imam Siddique alias Laddan, a resident of Jogabai Extension, also under the Arms Act.
Delhi HC orders FIR against BJP leader Shahnawaz Hussain
Shahnawaz Hussain was challenging a local court judgement dated July 12, 2018, which dismissed his revision petition on July 7, 2018. "In the present case, there seems to be a complete reluctance on the part of the police to even register an FIR. In the absence of the FIR, at best, the police could have, as correctly observed by the special judge (trial court), conducted only what is a preliminary inquiry. The very fact that it was only a reply that was filed by the police before the metropolitan magistrate, sufficiently establishes that it was not a final report that was submitted by the police," Justice Asha Menon said in the order passed on Wednesday.
Sanjay Arora appointed as new Delhi Police Commissioner
Arora, a 1988-batch Tamil Nadu cadre IPS officer was till now serving as the Director General of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police. The post of Delhi Police Commissioner would have fallen vacant after July 31, as the current Commissioner Rakesh Asthana's tenure was set to end this day. Asthana, a 1984-batch IPS officer of the Gujarat cadre, was appointed as Police Commissioner of Delhi in July, 2021, just four days before his superannuation.