1. Nepalese National Arrested in Pune for Assaulting Two Children, Wife. A Nepalese national was arrested and sentenced to police custody on Sunday, 22 March for assaulting his wife and two sons— five and seven— at their Kondhwa residence.
The man was identified as Ekendra Ramsingh Bika, 30; whereas the complainant, who is his wife, was identified as Champa Ekendra Bika, 23, both of whom live near Buddha Vihar in Kondhwa and are native to Accham, Nepal, the police said.
In her complaint, the woman said her husband, who is unemployed, would beat her for not doing household chores. Last week, the man assaulted the elder son using a belt and beat the younger son using his fists on March 16.
2. Arrest of One by Pimpri Chinchwad Police Solves 14 Cases The arrest of Pimpri Chinchwad Crime Branch officials brought to light 14 cases of theft, according to a statement issued by Unit 4 Senior Police Inspector Mohan Shinde.
The accused was identified as Rafik Husain Shaikh, 26 years old, a resident of Hadapsar. The arrest was made by a team led by Assistant Police Inspector Ambrish Deshmukh of Unit 4.
The team investigated cases of house thefts in Wakad and Sangvi and searched a list of on-record criminals when Shaikh landed on their radar.
3. Ahmedabad: 40 People Booked for Defying Section 144 During Janata Curfew The day after dozens of people took to the streets in the Khadia area of Ahmedabad to “celebrate the 5 p.m. commemoration call” during Janata Curfew against the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the police had reserved 40 people, 19 of whom had been named, to challenge Section 144 (no assembly for more than four people) of the Accord. It’s Sunday. A group of 10-15 women participated in garba dance during the procession.
4. Delhi Man Spits at Manipuri Woman, Calls Her’ Corona;’ FIR Filed A 25-year-old Manipur woman claimed she had been mishandled by a man in North-West Delhi Mukherjee Nagar on Sunday night. The woman claimed that when she objected, he spat on her and shouted at Corona before he ran away in his two-wheeler.
DCP (Northwest) Vijayanta Arya said that they had registered an FIR and tried to identify the accused.
The incident came to light on Sunday night, according to the police, when the woman approached the police and reported that she was going to her home in Vijaynagar after buying food from the local market. “In her complaint, she said that she was going through a dark stretch when a man, who appeared to be in his early fifties, made a lewd comment on her. When she objected, he spat on her and managed to escape after screaming at Corona,” said a senior police officer.
5. Maharashtra: 13 Special Squads to Keep an Eye on People Advised Home Quarantine For 14 Days In the midst of an increasing number of cases of violations by those advised to observe home quarantine following the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) on Saturday, the Mumbai Police formed 13 special teams to keep an eye on such cases. Police said there was a chance that people like this, who have been advised to take quarantine at home for two weeks, might be infected. However, they added that there have been cases where people have not followed the proposed measures. Police also said that people like this might face legal action now.
The special squads, according to the police, will be overseen by the Zonal Deputy Police Commissioner. “As there are 13 zones across Mumbai, one team will keep an eye on their respective zones. The squads will monitor the activities of people who have been advised to observe quarantine at home and report to their zone DCPs,” the officer said.
6. Mumbai: Woman Booked for Attacking Secretary of the Residential Complex After He Denies Entry to Her Housemaid The Secretary of the Posh Housing Complex in Oshiwara, Andheri, West, was allegedly assaulted by a resident fellow on Monday morning after he refused to enter her housemaid.
The company, Tarapore Gardens, has imposed a ban on the entry of housewives, drivers, dog walkers, car cleaners and newspaper and milk suppliers to curb the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
According to the police, Capt Rakesh Coelho, Secretary of the Society, stated at 10 a.m. in his complaint. On Monday, 23 March, a resident named Seema Singh insisted that her maid should be allowed to enter the building.
7. Pune: 4 Booked for Threatening Employees, Rainfall Prediction on 24 March, 25 & More Four people, including a woman, have been charged with two separate offenses for allegedly entering the premises of two private companies in Viman Nagar, threatening their employees and forcing them to leave the premises.
According to the police, at 7 p.m., two of the accused, including a woman suspected of having political ties, were forced to leave the premises of a prominent IT company in Viman Nagar. On the 19th of March.
The duo threatened the security guards on the spot, yelling that the company should close its operations due to a coronavirus pandemic, the police said.