Left, AAP, Congress: Usual suspects make it to FIR in staged Jamia protests

jamia-violenceThose listed in the FIR registered are associates of political parties such as the Congress, Aam Aadmi Party and the Left. Delhi police officials say that the violence was pre-planned and there was a sustained effort on the part of all these persons to trigger a chain of events.

New Delhi: Kasim Usmani, Chandan Kumar, Asif Tanha, Asif Khan, Ashu Khan, Mustafa and Haider are some of the names that have been listed in the FIR registered by the Delhi Police in connection with the violence that broke out at the Jamia Millia University on Sunday.

What is interesting about these names is that all are associates of political parties such as the Congress, Aam Aadmi Party and the Left. The BJP has been stating repeatedly that the protests relating to the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill have been engineered by political parties and that a deliberate attempt has been made to put out a false narrative.

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FIR lands former NRC coordinator Prateek Hajela in fresh trouble

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Prateek Hajela

New Delhi, Nov 29: There is fresh trouble for former NRC coordinator Prateek Hajela after an FIR was filed against him. The FIR filed by the Assam Public Works, an NGO alleges huge misappropriation of government funds in updating the NRC in the state.

The FIR was filed with the CBI, but the agency is yet to take cognisance of the same. The complainants have demanded a high-level probe into the matter.

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Misbehaved with women, damaged police vehicle say cops in FIR against JNU students

jnu-protests1New Delhi, Nov 20: In the FIRs that have been filed in connection with the protests that took place at the JNU, the police had accused some students of misbehaving with women.

The FIR further accuses the students of damaging a Gypsy of the area SHO.

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Manipur: FIR against former CM Ibobi Singh for financial irregularities

ibobisinghThe Imphal police have registered an FIR against former chief minister of Manipur, Ibobi Singh and five others in a case of alleged financial irregularities to the tune of Rs 185.79 crore.

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FIR against Krishna and co.

In a set back to Union External affairs minister, S M Krishna, the Lokayukta police have filed an FIR against him in connection with the illegal mining case.
The FIR which is also filed against former CHief Ministers Dharam Singh and Kumaraswamy reads thus:
As per the orders of Addl. City Civil and Sessions Court in P.C.R.27/2011, on 08/12/2011 a case has been registered in Crime No. 63/2011 in Bangalore City Lokayukta Police Station under Sees. 13(l)(d)(e) of Prevention of Corruption Act -I5S4, Forests (Conservation) Act – 1980, u/s 104 and 104 (c) of Karnataka Forest Act,Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulations) Act – 1957 and u/s 204, 405, 406,463, 465, 468, 471 r/w sec. 423 and 120(b) of Indian Penal Code against S.M.Krishna ,N.Dharam Singh, H.D.Kumaraswamy and others.
A private complaint had been filed alleging that Krishna, Dharam Singh and Kumaraswamy had shown favour as a result of which illegal mining prevailed during their tenures as Chief Ministers.

In addition to the three former Chief Ministers, FIRs were also filed against 11 bureucrats.
J Abraham, had filed a complaint in the court of Lokayukta judge N K Sudhindra Rao. The court had two weeks vack directed the police to probe the matter and submit a report by January 6.
the Lokayukta police say that they would start probing into the matter on the basis of this complaint. In order to commence the probe, they first needed to file a first information report. A report of the investigation would be submitted to the court on January 6th as per the order of the court.