Chinkara deer skin found from the priest’s room
Members of People for Animals and Loni Police Station Tronica City Police on Tuesday raided the Shiv Dham temple in Daulat Nagar Colony and recovered the skin of a Chinkara deer from the room of a temple priest. Is. Police arrested the accused and registered a case under the Wildlife Act. According to the information, the matter was given to the police station Tranika City by an animal related People for Animals.
Thana Tranica City Police was informed by People for Animals, an animal related organization. Acting on this, the police raided the room of priest Damodar Shastri in Shiv Dham temple located in Daulat Nagar colony of Tronica City police station area.
The accused has been worshiping in the temple for 8 years
During the raid, the police team found chinkara skin kept under the carpet. The police arrested the priest and brought him to the police station for questioning. During interrogation, the accused named his name as Damodar Shastri Dolat Nagar. The accused is originally from village Senwa Shergarh Mathura, Uttar Pradesh. He has been worshiping in the temple for about eight years. On the complaint of the PFA officer, a case has been registered against the accused under the Wildlife Act.
Delhi-Meerut highway blocked
Angry family members and locals blocked the Delhi-Meerut highway near Sikri village in Modinagar on Tuesday afternoon after a youth was found dead near railway tracks. The youth has been identified as Himanshu Giri of Kailash Colony. His family members alleged that he was lynched and claimed that injury marks were visible on his head. He alleged that his body was dumped on the railway tracks to mislead the police and the family.
The protesters blocked the Delhi-Meerut highway near Sikri and placed the youth’s body on the road. The police tried to remove them, but failed. Police officials later pacified him and assured that an FIR would be registered under section 302 (murder) of the Indian Penal Code.
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