उपयोगकर्ता संग्रह 2019 10 Manik . बम्बई , भारत


Rakesh and Sarang Wadhawan were arrested by ED (Enforcement Directorate) on 18 October. Also presented in court and demanded remand. The PMLA court had then given both of them on remand till October 22, seeking extension of remand, stating that during the investigation, ED officials have identified 50 such properties which were purchased by HDIL's Rakesh and Sarang Wadhawan.

It was also told to the court that there is a possibility that HDIL bought and sold these properties with the proceeds of crime. There is a need to identify and find out all these. This has come out from the statements of eyewitnesses who are employees of HDIL.

The prosecution pleaded seeking remand for further interrogation of the accused, arguing that they were not cooperating in the interrogation. Also, it is necessary to find out, apart from buying property, locker and investment, and how the proceeds of crime were laundering. The defense counsel Amit Desai opposed the demand for extension of remand. Desai said that there is nothing new in the old remand report and what was presented in the court on Tuesday. According to Desai, the Economic Offenses Wing (EOW) of Mumbai Police had also said the same while seeking remand. The value of assets is more than the principal loan amount of 1600 to 1800 crore rupees taken. On this, the amount of the original loan stated by the prosecution is Rs 2500 crore. After hearing the arguments of both the parties, the court extended the remand of Rakesh and Sarang Wadhawan for two days i.e. until October 24.

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At a polling booth in Thane, Maharashtra, the BSP (BSP) leader lodged a protest, throwing ink on EVMs, and raised slogans like 'EVM Mudarabad' and 'Burn EVMs'. According to the report of the news agency ANI, BSP leader Sunil Khambay created a ruckus at a polling station in Thane during the Maharashtra assembly elections. In the video released by ANI, he can be seen chanting slogans like 'EVM Murdabad' and 'EVM Jalao'.

Policemen immediately caught Sunil Khambay and sent him to the police station. As he started shouting slogans, half a dozen policemen drove him out of the polling station. During this, Sunil, opposing EVMs, warned people that democracy is in danger due to EVMs.

When Sunil was put in a police car, during this time he told media persons, 'EVMs are destroying democracy. They are being molested. We do not want EVMs. People should realize what is going on. EVMs should be burnt. '

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In Buldhana district, a 42-year-old ex-serviceman allegedly committed suicide by jumping into a well with his two children. At present, the cause of suicide has not been known. Neither did the police get any suicide note from Mockay.

Former army man Gopal Charate allegedly jumped into the well in Ambatekali village on Sunday night with his 13-year-old daughter Khushi and 11-year-old son Yash. The incident came to light on Monday morning when his body was seen by people. Pravin Tali, in-charge of Hivarkhed police station, said that the reason for this drastic move of Charate is yet to be ascertained. The police questioned the relatives of the mortal but nothing came out in the interrogation. Police have captured all the three bodies and sent them for post-mortem. The police have started the investigation. Police suspect that Gopal was upset about something on mental turf.

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A Marathi actress and her newborn died only because her family members could not reach the hospital on time due to an ambulance meeting her. This incident has exposed the helplessness of the district. Police, who arrived at the scene after receiving information about the incident, have identified the deceased Marathi actress as Pooja Jhunjar.

The police officer said that Pooja was taken to the nearby Primary Health Center after suffering labor. But as the situation worsened, Pucha's family decided to get him admitted to Hingoli's civil hospital. But the family could not get an ambulance to go to the civil hospital in Hingoli.

After much effort, the family got a private ambulance. But before he reached the civil hospital in Hingoli, he died on the way. Pooja has acted in two Marathi films. Police have registered a medico-legal case and are recording statements of Pooja's relatives.

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Iqbal Mirchi PMLA case The Enforcement Directorate (ED) Mumbai team on Tuesday arrested a person named Humayun Merchant in a case related to underworld don Iqbal Mirchi. ED also raided in a dozen premises of DHFL and other linked companies. Under the provision of Prevention of Money Laundering Act On Sunday, raids were conducted in Mumbai and around a dozen campuses. In fact, Dewan Housing Finance Corp Ltd allegedly had a commercial relationship with Sunblink Real Estate.

The ED suspects that money was sent to accounts linked to Mirchi and his associates by Sunblink. The ED is looking for evidence based on documents and other evidence. According to DHFL, there is no connection with the alleged suspicious transactions.

Iqbal Mirchi died in London in 2013. He was accused of being Dawood Ibrahim's right-hand man in crimes such as drug trafficking and extortion. NCP leader Praful Patel was also questioned by the agency on Friday in connection with the alleged property dealings with Mirchi's family on Friday.

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A suspected truck exploded in the peek hours of Saturday. The truck driver died in the blast. Police and investigative intelligence agencies are involved in the investigation. A person present in the truck got injured. He is currently being told out of danger.

According to the information, the incident took place under the Ujalai Wadi Bridge near NH 4 i.e. Pune-Bangalore Highway. According to the local people, the truck was carrying a suspicious object and suddenly it exploded. The driver has been identified as Dattatreya Patil (50).

Bomb Detection and Disposal Squad and other squads reached the spot and laid siege to the entire area. Police teams are trying to find out what was the explosive substance that caused the explosion.

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A traumatic incident has came in light at Colaba. Here a 51-year-old woman died due to being trapped in the elevator. The deceased is identified as Aarti Pardesi. The police have registered a case of accidental death. She used to work in a house in Vijaya Apartments near RC Church in Colaba.

Aarti came out of her third floor of the flat to turn her mistress's domestic dog out at 12:15 pm on Monday and pressed the elevator button to go down. As the lift started going down, Aarti's leg got stuck in her door between the third and second floor. She shouted loudly, but could not be evacuated immediately. The building's people called the police and fire brigade for help. Aarti was taken from the lift to the hospital, but Aarti succumbed after some time. Police have registered a case of accidental death and started investigation. The people of the building have also been questioned.

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Haji Ibrahim, a 102-year-old veteran admitted to a hospital in Pune, arrived at the polling station from an ambulance. He was taken inside the booth with the help of a wheel chair.

Where he cast the vote. Haji is admitted to the Jahangir Hospital in Pune. According to the hospital administration, when Ibrahim insisted on casting his vote, the hospital provided him an ambulance. On Monday, Maharashtra voted for 288 assembly seats.

Haji Ibrahim's son Tanveer said that Haji Ibrahim has voted in all elections held in the country after independence. He is admitted to the hospital due to age-related ailments and is undergoing treatment for the past one week. There are a total of 270 voters in the family of Haji Ibrahim.

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