Nagpur Police Control Room receives call claiming 25 men with guns surround Dilip Joshi’s Mumbai house
Nagpur Police Control Room received a call on February 1 claiming that 25 armed men with weapons and guns were deployed outside the residence of actor Dilip Joshi, who essays the character of Jethalal in television show Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah at Shivaji Park in Mumbai.
The caller, who’s name is Katke, told cops he’d heard some people talk about 25 armed men entering Mumbai to carry out these activities. After tracing the number, it was learnt that the number belonged to a boy who worked in a SIM card company in Delhi. Also, the boy’s number was spoofed without his knowledge and the call was made using his number with the help of a special app.
The Nagpur Control Room immediately alerted Shivaji Park Police Station and initiated an investigation by registering a case there. Cops are now on the lookout for the real caller.
The same caller had earlier warned the Nagpur Police Control room about bombs that were reportedly planted near actor Amitabh Bachchan and actor Dharmendra’s residences. The caller even mentioned industrialist Mukesh Ambani’s name in the list.
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Kerala court remands 11 women to judicial custody for thrashing man, his family
A video of 11 women beating up a man and his family, started making rounds on social media. Following which a court in Kerala’s Chalakkudy sent the women to judicial custody.
The women thrashed the man because he allegedly morphed a photo of the church’s pastor he was earlier part of and shared it on social media. Investigation was underway as the church’s authorities had registered a case against the man with Aloor Police.
The attack took place while the case was being investigated. The man has been identified as Shaji. His wife Ashlyn, son Sajan and relatives Anwin and Edwin were beaten up after being pulled out of their car.
The women have been slated under section 307 (attempt to murder) of the Indian Penal Code.
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Delhi New Year horror: Autopsy reveals Anjali’s brain matter missing
Anjali, a 20-year-old Delhi woman who died after being dragged for several kilometers stuck under a car, had multiple injuries. Her autopsy revealed that her brain matter is missing and she has a fractured skull.
As per the autopsy report, Anjali did not suffer any injury that suggests of sexual misconduct. She was the sole income producer in her family. The cause of her death has been listed as shock and haemorrhage.
According to the report, ribs from the back were exposed as her skin was peeled away, the base of her skull was fractured and she suffered with spine and lower limb injuries.
The report states that the injuries may have collectively caused her death.
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