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Gallantry medal winner volunteers to hang Nirbhaya killers



Tamil police Head Constable S Subash Srinivasan

Chennai, Dec 10 : Forty-two year old Tamil police Head Constable S. Subash Srinivasan, a police gallantry medal winner and grandson of INA veteran, has volunteered to hang the killers of Nirbhaya in Tihar Jail.

“I read a news report stating that no hangman was available to hang the killers of Nirbhaya. They had committed an unforgivable crime and their punishment should not be delayed on this account,” Srinivasan told IANS.

He is working in the police department’s In-Service Training Centre in Ramanathapuram district. His grandfather used to serve in Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s Indian National Army (INA).

Srinivasan has already written a letter to the Tihar Jail authorities on December 6 and waiting for a reply.

“I had also given my phone number. I am yet to get a call,” Srinivasan a MA degree holder and who had joined the police service in 1997 said. “Their offence is unforgivable,” he said.

He has taken a vow to tonsure his head and offer the hair to his family deity, in case his wish to hang the Nirbhaya killers is fulfilled.

Srinivasan has also performed the last rites for unclaimed bodies in a government hospital. He used to pluck out bill boards and nails hit on trees in Ramanathapuram district.

Srinivasan has removed about 100 kg of nails from about 5,000 trees till date.

“Business establishments now know that I will pluck out their bill boards and nails. So, in Ramanathapuram district the menace has come down drastically,” he said.

He just doesn’t go about his jobs mechanically and that is clear by the way he applies a mixture of turmeric, neem and ginger oil at the spot wherefrom he had removed the nails as a medicine to cure the tree wounds.

His wife supports his volunteering to be the hangman. Srinivsan won the gallantry medal in 2013. He recalled how a small girl had fallen into a well and to save that child her aunt also jumped into the well.

“I was having my lunch when I heard the commotion near my home. On learning about the child and her aunt struggling for life inside the well, I jumped in straight and managed to save both,” Srinivasan said.


Water-logging after heavy showers in Delhi, but rain deficiency down




New Delhi, Aug 13 (IANS) Heavy rains lashed Delhi on Thursday morning, bringing down the capital’s rain deficiency for the monsoon season to the lowest in 10 years. The downpour, which was reportedly the heaviest spell of rains this monsoon, resulted in water-logging at several places. Traffic too was disrupted and commuters struggled.

“Due to heavy rains, a drain has been damaged near Khaira village T-point on Dhansa road where underground metro work is going on. Traffic movement has been closed on 200 meters stretch of that portion of Dhansa road,” the Delhi Traffic police said.

Diversion of heavy traffic including buses and goods vehicles was done from Rawta village mod on main Dhansa road. The diverted traffic has to take the Rawta mod – Ujjawa village – Gumenhera village -Khaira village road to reach the Najafagarh phirni road.

Due to continuous rains, water-logging was also reported at Chhatta Rail, Kela Ghat, IP flyover, Minto Road, Bakoli Khampur, Mundka Nangloi, Mayapuri flyover, Raja Garden flyover, roundabout at Mandi House and Guru Nanak Chowk.

Traffic was also affected after a tree fell on the road in front of the Delhi High Court complex. Commuters had to wait near Pul Prahladpur underpass as water-logging made it difficult for motorists and pedestrians to cross the stretch.

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TN Covid cases up by 5,835





Chennai, Aug 13 Tamil Nadu logged 5,835 fresh Covid-19 cases over the past 24 hours while a total of 5,146 people were cured of the disease and discharged from different hospitals in the state, said the Health Department on Thursday.

In a statement issued here, the department said 5,835 persons tested positive for coronavirus taking the tally to 320,355.

The total number of Covid-19-cured patients discharged from various hospitals in the state went up by 5,146 to 261,459.

The number of active Covid-19 cases in the state after taking into account the cured and dead stands at 53,499. The state recorded the deaths of 119 Covid-19 patients taking the death toll till date to 5,397.

The number of infected children in the state in the age group of 0-12 went up to 15,614.

The state capital Chennai continued to head the Covid-19 infection table with 989 persons testing positive for the virus and its total tally stands at 113,058.

( With inputs from IANS 

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Kolkata top cop tests Covid positive




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A senior Kolkata Police officer tested positive for Covid-19 on Thursday, police said.

City police Joint Commissioner (Headquarters) Subhankar Sinha Sarkar tested positive for Covid-19 at the Kolkata Police headquarters in Lalbazar. He was suffering from fever for the past three days and went for a corona test. The report came out on Thursday.

Police sources at Lalbazar said Sarkar has now gone into home isolation. His condition is stable as of now. Those who came in contact with him in the past one week will also have to undergo Covid tests at Lalbazar.

According to sources, all police stations have been advised to reduce the number of police personnel at barracks to avoid Covid-19 infections. Over 1,000 frontline Covid warriors of the Kolkata Police have already been infected by coronavirus. Many of them are still in home isolation.

Source: IANS

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