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Uttar Pradesh : NSA, Gangster Act to be invoked against cow slaughter

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Lucknow, June 6: If anyone found in connection with cow slaughter, will be punished under the National Security Act (NSA) and Gangster Act, an official said on Tuesday.

Director General of Police Sulkhan Singh has directed all the top officials of the district to deal with people and mob involved in cow slaughter with a firm hand.

Since, Yogi Adityanath became the Chief Minister, has made it amply clear to law enforcement agencies that cow slaughter will not be tolerated in the state.

Sulkhan Singh has also asked all Inspector Generals and Deputy Inspector Generals to increase police patrolling to maintain law and order.

Officials have been asked to deploy policemen and policewomen at all the public places including malls, shopping complexes, busy thoroughfares to keep an eye on eve teasing and pick-pocketing.

Not only this, the police chief said we will launch a drive against people using hooters, red and blue beacon lights, tinted glasses on cars and political party flags on their vehicles.

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Prisoner escaped from Delhi’s LNJP hospital after throwing chilli powder into eyes of Police

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New Delhi, Feb 19: A prisoner on Monday escaped from Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan Hospital after throwing chilli powder into eyes of Delhi Police personnel who had brought him there.

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Rs 1 cr heist at Shiva temple in Haryana

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Saketri Shiva Temple. (File Photo0

Chandigarh, Feb 19: Thieves took away jewellery and valuables worth nearly Rs 1 crore from a historic Shiva Temple in Haryana’s Panchkula district, police said on Monday.

The theft took place in Saketri on the intervening night of February 18-19. The entire theft was caught on CCTV.

“The thieves broke open locks of the temple and took away gold and silver jewellery and valuables,” a priest at the temple said.

The Haryana Police is investigating the matter.

The temple, located around 10 km from here, attracts hundreds of devotees daily. Thousands of people offered prayers at the temple on the occasion of Mahashivratri on February 13-14.

The temple had received lakhs of rupees in cash as offering which had been deposited in the bank only two days back, the priests told the police.

However, the valuables of the temple and offerings made after had remained in the temple complex.

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Bihar: Two bombs found in front of Gaya’s government school

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Patna, Feb 19: Two bombs were found in front of the main gate of a Government school in Gaya’s Paraiya on Monday. 

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