Acting hard against the visitor’s lawbreakers and Holi hooliganism, Chandigarh Police carried out unique pressure towards drunken riding, overspeeding, without helmets, triple riding, and different visitor violations in the metropolis on Holi. During this drive, 1298 violators have been challenged for diverse visitor offenses and 328 automobiles, the police said on Friday. For using Without a Helmet, 849 challans have been issued; for triple driving on a two-wheeler, one hundred forty-four challans have been given; and for drunken driving, one hundred thirty drivers were passed out the tickets. During this unique checking, licenses of two hundred drivers will be endorsed for suspension for the violations of drunken riding, rushing, purple mild soar, and cell cellphone use even as driving. During the 12 months to March 21, more than 1657 cases for suspension of driving license have been advocated via Chandigarh Traffic police.
AMBALA: On Holi, the metropolis police penalize 265 people for numerous site vivisitoriolations, including overspeeding and drunken consumption. Ambala site visitor in-fee Chander Prakash stated, “Most of the challans had been issued for overspeeding and drunken driving. During Holi celebrations in the metropolis, we had made enough arrangements to keep law and order.” Meanwhile, on Thursday, a town resident was killed in a collision between two-wheelers in Ambala Cantonment. As consistent with the facts, five humans were using two separate -wheelers — 3 on one car and the opposite. None of them turned into carrying a helmet. The police have registered a case then be counted. In his complaint, Gautam of Balmiki Basti said that on March 21, one Mangu Rana of Babiyal became triple-riding and going at a high pace while he hit the complainant’s motorbike near Baba Balak Nath temple. While Gautam sustained accidents in the coincidence, his friend Vikram alias Vicky died immediately. The police have booked the accused underneath sections 279 (rash riding, riding), 337 (inflicting harm using an act endangering the existence or personal protection of others), and 304-A (inflicting dying through negligence) of the Indian Penal Code. Ambala Cantonment SHO Suresh Kumar stated all five individuals had been using without helmets.
AMBALA: The Naggal police have booked a village, Jandheri, for allegedly planting poppies at his assets in his town. The cops obtained a tip-off of approximately poppy plants being cultivated, raided the spot, and observed 302 fully grown poppy flowers. The accused has been diagnosed as Balbir Singh. He has been booked for planting poppies in his belongings without any allow or license. During an inspection by the district police, it was found that the accused had marked cuts at the buds of the poppy flower to extract fresh opium from the plants. On Wednesday, at the complaint of a police professional, a case below sections 18/sixty-one/85 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act was hawasegistered against the accused Balbir at Naggal police station. The police respectable said in his FIR, “We obtained a tip-off that the accused Balbir has planted poppy at the back of a wall of bricks with no permission at his property in village Jandheri. Acting at the tip-off, the senior officials were informed, and all the applicable due approaches hawereollowed to the behavior of a raid on the belongings involved. During the attack, the team found poppy plants. Upon counting, 302 plant life were discovered, uprooted, and brought into custody. The overall weight of the plant life is eight-five kg.
The accused could not present any relevant file, after which he was taken into custody. The accused had additionally marked cuts at the flower buds of poppy to extract opium from them.” Deputy superintendent of police, headquarters, Ambala, Sultan Singh, stated, “I visited the spot at the side of the teams and recovered 302 poppy vegetation weighing eight. Five km from the property of the accused, who was arrested on Wednesday in the night time. On Thursday, he becomes supplied before the court, which has sent him into judicial custody for 14 days. After registering a case underneath relevant sections of the law, further research is being executed.”