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Second FIR filed against Delhi Cop’s Son for thrashing girl on Video

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New Delhi, Sep 14: The Delhi Police has arrested accused Rohit Tomar, who was seen brutally thrashing a girl in a video that went viral on the internet after the victim said he raped her. Rohit Tomar is the son of a Delhi Police officer, Ashok Singh Tomar. Rohit Tomar has been sent to a police remand by the Court. Rohit Tomar’s Facebook cover picture shows him as a member of Barang Dal.

Rohit’s father, Ashok Singh Tomar is posted as an ASI in the narcotics department of Delhi Police (Central Delhi).

Home Minister Rajnath Singh tweeted, “A video of a man thrashing a woman (in Delhi’s Tilak Nagar) has come to my notice. I have spoken to Delhi Police Commissioner and have told him to take relevant action.”

The victim, in her latest statement, alleged that Rohit Tomar raped her. A second FIR has been filed against Rohit Tomar for alleged rape in Uttam Nagar police station as well.

The Delhi Police has detained Rohit for the second time for  brutally thrashing a woman in Tilak Nagar in the national capital, just three days after having initially detained him before letting go.

A disturbing video showing Delhi police sub-inspector’s son Rohit brutally thrashing a woman went viral on the social media sites. He thrashed the girl after she refused to marry him.

The video was recorded on September 2, Rohit can be seen kicking and slapping the hapless girl, who is pleading for help. Rohit was detained by the Police on Friday afternoon, and an FIR under section 354/506 of the IPC has been charged against him.

Rohit was seen beating up a girl in the video while one of his friends recorded the incident.

In the video, the man named Rohit Tomar, son of Delhi police sub-inspector, Ashok Singh Tomar can be seen repeatedly threatening and beating up the girl.

The girl is said to be his ex-girlfriend and he has been threatening her to harm her with assault, acid attacks and abuse for the past two-and-a-half months.

While, the girl can be heard pleading for mercy, Sorry galti ho gayi…sorry galti ho gayi (I am sorry),” but Rohit continues to slap and kick her. “Collar pakdegi tu …,” the Rohit continues to assault her.

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VVIP Chopper case: Delhi Court extends 5-day remand of Michel

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New Delhi, Dec 10 :As Delhi court on Monday extended by another five days the CBI custody of British national Christian Michel, the middleman accused in the Rs 3,600-crore AgustaWestland VVIP chopper deal, Michel’s counsel Anjos said she would be visiting India in the coming days.

Anjos from Milan said that the Indian court has permitted to meet Michel once she is present in the court on the next date of hearing.

Special Judge Arvind Kumar allowed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to quiz the middleman till December 15. The CBI had sought nine days custody of Michel.

Special Public Prosecutor D.P. Singh told the court that documents have been received from five countries pursuant to the Letter of Rogatory sent to these countries and there was incriminating material which the CBI needed to confront him with.

The prosecutor added that the agency needed to confront him with some witnesses to identify his accomplices including IAF officers, bureaucrats and politicians.

Michel was presented in the court after a five-day CBI custody. He was extradited to India on December 4 from the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Michel’s defence counsel Aljo K. Joseph and Vishnu Sankar opposed the CBI plea and said there was no incriminating material against the accused and that the Italian court had found nothing wrong against him.

The counsel also told the court that his lawyer in Italy, Santrolli Rosemary Patrizi Dos Anjos, wanted to meet him.

 

The CBI also filed an application seeking direction to Michel for giving his specimen signatures. This will be heard by the court on Tuesday.

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Urijit Patel’s “forced” exit blot on India’s banking system: Ahmed Patel

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New Delhi, Dec 10: Senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel on Monday said that the forced exit of RBI governor Urjit Patel is a blot on India’s monetary and banking system.

“The manner in which RBI governor has been forced to quit is a blot on India’s monetary & banking system. BJP Govt has unleashed a defacto financial emergency. The country’s reputation&credibility is now at stake”, the Congress leader tweeted.

“Every institution carefully built & nurtured over the last 70 years is being trampled upon with complete impunity”, he said in another tweet.

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London’s Westminster Court orders extradition of Vijay Mallya to India

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London, Dec 10: London’s Westminster Magistrates Court on Monday ordered the extradition of fugitive liquor baron Vijay Mallya to India.

Chief Magistrate Judge Emma Arbuthnot has found prima facie a case against Mallya for fraud, conspiracy and money laundering.

The matter of extradition of Vijay Mallya to India has been referred to the Secretary of State.

The Central Bureau of Investigation welcomed the UK court orders.

Reacting to the verdict, the CBI spokesperson said that “We hope to bring him soon and conclude the case. CBI has its own inherent strengths. We worked hard on this case. We are strong on Law and facts and we were confident while pursuing extradition process”.

The Court announced the verdict following a prolonged litigation involving Mallya, who fled India in March 2016.

The development took place came six days after British national and alleged middleman in the AgustaWestland VVIP chopper deal, Christian Michael, was extradited to India from Dubai.

Mallya has repeatedly denied fleeing from India and said he was ready to pay back the money he owed to Indian banks.

Proceedings are on in the Mumbai Special Court against the businessman under the Fugitive Economic Offenders Act.

Last year, India filed extradition proceedings against Mallya which he has contested. He is currently on bail in London.

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