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Swami ji NEVER harassed my daughter !!! She was mentally disturbed & CUT his penis !! Kerala woman !!

Bobbitised godman didn’t harass my daughter, she is mentally unfit: Kerala woman | kerala | Hindustan Times

According to the mother, her daughter has twice in the past attempted suicide by slashing her wrist.

Ten days after a 54-year-old godman was bobbitised by a young woman, her mother in a letter to Kerala Police on Monday said her daughter was not keeping in the best of mental health and the Swami had never harassed her as claimed.

In the letter to state police chief TP Senkumar, the girl’s mother said the Swami never harassed the 23-year-old woman, but chided her for an affair with a friend of hers when he was bobbitised on May 18.

According to the mother, her daughter has twice in the past attempted suicide by slashing her wrist.

She said the Swami had good relations with her family and on that morning he advised her daughter to end the relation with her male friend.

Read: Woman who cut off man’s genitals in Kerala gets support, police to drop charges

Senkumar has forwarded the letter to the officials probing the case.

Meanwhile, the Swami is recovering at the Thiruvananthapuram Medical College hospital where he has been remanded to custody.
He will be produced before a court if discharged before June 3.

The police are yet to decide on the course of action, if any, against the woman.

Banker demands Rs 1 crore for illegal detainment in dowry case

Banker demands Rs 1 crore for illegal detainment
Banker demands Rs 1 crore for illegal detainment

The Mumbai and Kota police face a legal battle after they allegedly wrongfully detained a 29-year-old Mumbai-based Chartered Accountant at Cuffe Parade police station pertaining to an alleged dowry harassment case. The victim has now approached the Bombay High Court with a writ petition demanding Rs 1 Crore as compensation and a contempt of court case be filed against the police teams.

Chandra Prakash,29 a senior bank manager in Punjab National Bank was allegedly picked up by Kota police with Cuffe Parade police in tow from his workplace at Cuffe Parade and was kept detained illegally for several hours without conducting a panchanama nor any legal procedure was followed. After frantic calls were made to senior police officers in Mumbai police department, the Kota police realized their mistake and he was let off.

“It is a clear case of contempt of Supreme Court order that accused in the case of harassment to women by husband or in-laws should be first served with a notice and arrest can be made if he fails to co-operate during the investigations”, said Nilesh Ojha, counsel for Chandra Prakash and the writ petitioner.

A copy of writ petition submitted in the Bombay High Court on 23 May prays, that Mahila Police Thane in Kota and Senior Inspector of Cuffe Parade should compensate the petitioner Rs 1 Crore for illegal detainment and a case against both respondents should be filed for contempt of court order.

“We demand that a case under sections 220(Commitment for trial or confinement by person having authority who knows that he is acting contrary to law) and 341(wrongful confinement) of the Indian Penal code should be registered for harassing my client and detaining him illegally which is against the rights provided by our Constitution”, said Ojha.

Chandra Prakash while revisiting the events on that day revealed, “Despite me co-operating with the police investigations they reached my workplace where they defamed me and were treating me as a hardened criminal. They themselves as the law enforcers were breaking the law by keeping me illegally detained. But now I want justice and want the police officers to be punished.”

Meanwhile, Mumbai police from their twitter handle tweeted to a query which reads, “We have told Kota police to follow legal procedure. You can ask your lawyer to discuss the case with them.”

Suresh Kumar Jogi, one of the respondent in the case, denied the allegations and said, “We had asked him to accompany us for investigation purpose. We have not detained anybody illegally and follow every procedure.”

Ghanshyam Meena, Senior Police Inspector, Mahila Police Thana, “We have asked him to co-operate with the investigations which he failed and we will reply to the Bombay High Court regarding the issue.”

Rashmi Jadhav, Senior Police Inspector, “We have just shown them the address after the Kota police approached us for help. The case is with Kota police and we are not involved in this incident.

Wife listens over phone unfazed even as her lover kills husband – The Times of India

Wife listens over phone unfazed even as her lover kills husband – The Times of India on Mobile
KOLKATA: A missing engagement ring helped the police crack the mystery behind the murder of a travel agency owner, Anupam Singha (32), around two weeks ago. The vic tim’s wife Ma nua and her lover, Ajit Roy alias Bubai, were arrested from Barasat in North 24Parganas on Wednesday and sent to 10-day police custody .
Calling it a “pre-planned and a rare, cold-blooded murder”, police said Roy called up Manua and made her listen to her husband scream while being murdered. Manua apparently remained unfazed even as Roy kept hitting her husband with a blunt weapon and he was screaming for life !!!!

Singha was found killed at his home at Taltala in Hridaypur on May 3, when no one else was around.

A resident of Barasat’s Hridaypur and an employee of a money exchange firm, Singha, also owned a tour agency . He got married to Manua around one-and-a-half years ago, after a five-year relationship. But soon after their wedding, Manua reportedly began having an affair with Roy , who lived in the same ne ighbourhood as her parents’ place at Barasat’s Nabapally.

Cops suspect Manua got involved with Roy in absence of her husband, who would often have to travel to conduct tours for his agency . “Trouble broke out when Singha came to know about Manua’s affair. He threatened Roy with dire consequences if he dared to get in touch with his wife again. After this, the duo conspired to kill him,” a police officer sa id. Singha was found murde red at his home on May 3.

During investigation, the police found that all the valu ables in the house were in tact; only the engagemen ring that Singha never par ted with since the day he go married was missing.

“Singha’s family mem bers pointed out that the ring that he always wore was mis sing. Later, we found it in his wife’s custody and that trig gered our suspicion. We also got to know about her extra marital affair. Her paramour took the ring off the victim’s finger after murder him and returned it to Manua,” the of ficer added.

“Manua initially tried to misguide us but we nailed her role, given the inconsis tencies in her statements. We will take the duo to the spot to reconstruct the murder,” sa id Abhijit Banerjee, ASP North 24-Parganas.

Ex-CJI’s relatives hid crores of income, reveals I-T probe – The Times of India

Ex-CJI’s relatives hid crores of income, reveals I-T probe
NEW DELHI: The income tax assessment report of former Chief Justice of India K G Balakrishnan and his relatives, which has been placed in the Supreme Court, revealed that his family members had not disclosed crores of income which was found out by the department during assessment of their assets.

The report was filed by the Centre in the SC, which is hearing a PIL seeking an SIT probe against them alleging that properties worth crores of rupees were purchased by his family members during Balakrishnan’s tenure at the top court.

The report contains assessment of incomes of his daughters, sons-in-law and brother from financial year 2005-06 to 2012-13. The report said there was nothing against the

ex-CJI but revealed that members of his family had undervalued their assets and finally settled the case after paying tax on the income assessed by the I-T department.

It says that income as per ROI of his son-in-law P V Sreenijan in 2009-10 was Rs 26.61 lakh but the assessed income was found to be around Rs 1.64 crore.

Similarly, his income was shown as Rs 47.47 lakh in 2010-11, but was assessed at Rs 2.11 crore. His income as per ROI was Rs 22.06 lakh but assessed income was Rs 1.04 crore and that he had to pay Rs 1.02 crore as tax and interest.

In case of his other son-in-law M J Benny, the report says his income as per ROI was Rs 28.94 lakh in 2010-11, but assessed income was Rs 1.79 crore and he had paid Rs 97.73 lakh as interest and tax.

The report says income of his daughter K B Sony was Rs 38.69 lakh as per ROI but was assessed at Rs 1.67 crore and she had paid Rs 38.74 lakh as interest and tax in 2010-11.

Although the Centre contended that the I-T department had given a clean chit to Balakrishnan and his family members for allegedly amassing disproportionate and benami assets, it admitted that some of the properties were undervalued by them but they had now paid taxes as per market value.

The Centre’s contention was opposed by advocate Prashant Bhushan who told a bench headed by Justice Dipak Misra that the “shocking revelations” must be probed by an independent agency. AG Mukul Rohatgi had earlier told the SC that the I-T wing had conducted a probe but it failed to find any evidence of DAs against them.

Bhushan, appearing for NGO Common Cause, said 21 properties were bought by Balakrishnan’s relatives whose source of income was limited. He also produced sales deeds of the properties.

Wife, ‘paramour’ who murdered innocent husband get Governor pardon

Wife, ‘paramour’ get Governor pardon

QuarkCity engineer’s murder

Were denied bail by High Court, appeal against conviction lying pending

Posted at: May 27, 2017, 1:44 AM
Last updated: May 27, 2017, 1:44 AM (IST)

Sukhwinderjit Singh, victim
Nitin Jain

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 26

Mohali QuarkCity engineer Sukhwinderjit Singh’s murder convicts – his young wife Neki Nalwa and her alleged paramour Himmat Singh Brandy – who were denied bail repeatedly and whose appeal against conviction is lying pending before the Punjab and Haryana High Court, have finally got pardon from the Punjab Governor.

“Considering their mercy petitions, the Governor of Punjab, while exercising powers under Article 161 of the Constitution, allows remission of the remaining sentence of the convicts and their release upon fulfilment in writing of the nine laid-down conditions,” Punjab Additional Chief Secretary, Home Affairs, Justice and Prisons, Nirmaljit Singh Kalsi wrote in separate pardon orders issued to this effect on May 22.

The development assumes significance as both Neki and Brandy were denied bail repeatedly and their appeals against conviction are lying pending and have been posted for next hearing before the Punjab and Haryana High Court on July 24. Both were languishing behind bars since their arrest in December 2005 and were sentenced to life term in June 2012.

Ropar Jail Superintendent Gurpal Singh Saroa confirmed the receipt of pardon orders of both convicts, but their formal release orders were yet to be issued by the District Magistrate concerned. “They are still lodged in jail and will be freed only after receipt of the release orders,” Saroa told The Tribune.

It was on the “good conduct” report sent by the Jail Superintendent on September 7, 2016, that the Governor accepted the mercy petitions of both convicts.

According to the pardon orders, the copies of which are with The Tribune, both convicts are required to tender an undertaking of maintaining peace, keeping their conduct good and producing themselves as and when asked for by the Punjab Government, besides furnishing a personal bond of Rs 30,000 and two surety bonds of the same amount.

Among the other conditions, the convicts are required to keep the District Magistrate and the SHO concerned informed about the complete address where they stay during the remaining period of their sentence; their pardon will be deemed withdrawn in case of their indulging in any illegal activity; they are required to pay the remaining amount of fine, if any, due before their release; and in case of any violation of the laid-down conditions, the amount of bonds will be confiscated in favour of the Punjab Government.

The pardon orders were issued subject to the fulfilment of conditions laid down in the Supreme Court order issued on July 23, 2015, and any other order thereafter issued in that case.

Article 161

“Power of the Governor to grant pardon, etc, and to suspend, remit or commute sentences in certain cases. The Governor of a state shall have the power to grant pardon, reprieve, respite or remission of punishment or to suspend, remit or commute the sentence of any person convicted of any offence against any law relating to a matter to which the executive power of the state extends.”

The judgment

On June 6, 2012, Neki and Brandy were sentenced to life term by a Mohali court while concluding the trial spanning over six years.

The judgment read, “It stands amply proved that Himmat Singh and Neki Nalwa had conspired with each other, and in pursuance of the said conspiracy, they committed the murder of Sukhwinderjit Singh by firing a shot from a pistol. It is proved on record that Himmat Singh had forged his driving licence, which was recovered from the spot. However, Himmat did not possess any type of arms licence in his name, so the prosecution has also proved its case against him under Section 25 of the Arms Act. As a result, the prosecution has been able to prove its case against the accused and so they are held guilty of the commission of the said offences and are convicted thereunder”.

Third convict released

However, the third convict in the case, Paramveer Singh, who was charged with supplying cartridges used in the crime, was convicted and sentenced to six months’ rigorous imprisonment and was subsequently released on bail.

Victim’s father had passed away

Sukhwinderjit’s aged father Inderjeet Singh, who retired as Chief Engineer, had died on April 14, 2015, while fighting a sustained battle for justice.

Victim’s son is 17

Victim’s only son Fateh Tej Pratap Singh, aged 17, is living with his septuagenarian grandmother Rajinder Kaur, who has decided to challenge the pardon orders.

Neki’s suicide bid

On March 16, 2009, Neki had cut both her wrists in the women’s cell of Patiala Central Jail, where she had been lodged at that time, following which she had been booked for attempt to suicide.