Today : Wednesday - Apr 23, 2014, 04:56pm (GMT+5.5)
All News  
Top News
National News
International News
Business News
Sports News
   » Cricket
   » Football
Entertainment News
Sci - Tech
Politics News
Health & Fitness
Education
Travel
Lifestyle
Gulf News
Featured
 
::| Latest News
News in Pictures

Seemingly unfazed at being ousted from the Asian Athletics Association, scam-tainted Suresh Kalmadi on Monday said losing the presidential re-election bid to Qatar’s Dahlan Jumaan Al-Hamad has actually given him a chance to work at the “grassroots” level.
“I have no issues today and I congratulate Mr Al-Hamad for being elected as President. I am rather relieved that I will be able to work at the grassroots level in athletics,” Mr. Kalmadi said after losing the vote during the ongoing AAA Congress in Pune.

National News
 

Ponty Chadha case: Court issues production warrants against accused

Sunday - Feb 17, 2013, 11:47am (GMT+5.5)
[+] Text [-]

New Delhi -  A Delhi court, taking cognizance of the charge sheet filed by the police in the murder case of liquor baron Ponty Chadha and his brother, Saturday issued production warrants against Uttarakhand minorities commission's sacked chairman S.S. Namdhari and other accused.

The Delhi Police filed the charge sheet against Namdhari, his personal security officer Sachin Tyagi and 20 others in the case related to the murder of Ponty Chadha and his brother Hardeep in a shootout here last year.

Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Mukesh Kumar took cognizance of the chargesheet and issued production warrants for Feb 19.

Namdhari and 21 others were charge sheeted for offences of murder, conspiracy, kidnapping, illegal confinement, trespass, destruction of evidence and others.

Ponty Chadha and his brother were killed at a farmhouse in Chhattarpur in south Delhi in a shootout Nov 17, 2012, allegedly over a property dispute.

The Crime Branch had arrested Namdhari, his PSO Sachin Tyagi and eight others for their alleged role in the case.

Police also told the court that they have arrested one more person, Narinder Ahlawat in the case, and will file a supplementary charge sheet soon.

On Friday, the court had expressed displeasure at the Delhi Police for not filing the charge sheet and directed it to do so by Saturday, as the mandatory 90-day period to file the chargesheet would have expired Feb 17.

Ponty Chadha's aides Bhupender Singh, Uday Raj Singh, Rajpal Singh, Anand Singh Bisht, Mathura Singh Mehra and Satnam Singh are also accused in the case.

Namdhari's men Simranjeet Singh and Jagbir Singh have also been booked by police for allegedly helping him in the commission of the crime.





|

Rating (Votes: )   

blog comments powered by Disqus


Related Articles:
» Aarushi case: Talwars rubbish CBI sudden provocation theory
» SC notice to Centre, TN govt on pleas to protect fishermen
» China amends consumer rights law after 20 years
» Notice to centre, TN on plea for fishermen's protection
» Bo's appeal rejected, original judgment upheld
» SC awards Rs. 5.96 cr compensation in medical negligence case
» SC moved to put F1 on hold for tax default
» SC awards Rs.5.96 crore medical negligence compensation
» Berlusconi faces trial in bribery case
» Aarushi case: Plea to summon journalist, CBI officer rejected
» Cops clamping down on 'rowdy bikers': HC told
» Don't attribute motives to judgment, SC tells V.K.Singh
» Kerala HC trashes plea to probe Kurien in Suryanelli case
» Not averse to criticism: Supreme Court
» Rasheed Masood seeks bail, contests conviction
» US man held for carrying bullets freed on bail
» Coalgate: CBI likely to file status report in SC today
» Obama defends health care reform
» Nalini Singh ready to appear in court in Talwars' case
» In 2G: CBI asked to give IO note on transaction of Tata, Unitech
» SC disposes of PIL against Dayanidhi Maran
» Naveen Patnaik recommended coal mine allotment to JSPL during NDA regime
» SC declines to pass order on Asaram's plea against media
» Supreme Court refuses to interfere in excavation work in unnao gold
» Bihar mid day meal tragedy: Charge sheet against principal


Other Articles:
Was not buying AgustaWestland choppers: Delhi Police (17th Feb, 2013)
Don't disrupt parliament, president urges MPs (17th Feb, 2013)
India remains committed to early resolution of Teesta issue: Salman Khurshid (17th Feb, 2013)
Chopper deal: Two-member CBI team to go to Italy (17th Feb, 2013)
Goa says mining should be allowed below water table (16th Feb, 2013)
Achuthanandan calls on Suryanelli victim and family (16th Feb, 2013)
Anand Sharma to chair first meeting of high-level task force on investment with UAE (16th Feb, 2013)
Need for equal representation of women in work force: Manish Tewari (16th Feb, 2013)
Economic development is vital to good governance: Pranab Mukherjee (16th Feb, 2013)
Kejriwal accuses Delhi Jal Board of corruption, inflating production figures (16th Feb, 2013)
Chopper deal: MoD sending Joint Secretary to Italy to gather evidence of bribery (16th Feb, 2013)
Khurshid seeks Bangladesh's cooperation to curb illegal migration, smuggling (16th Feb, 2013)
Do not politicise Chopper deal, says Salman Khurshid (16th Feb, 2013)
British PM Cameron to pay official visit to India next week (16th Feb, 2013)
Curfew relaxed in Kashmir Valley seven days after Afzal Guru's execution (16th Feb, 2013)
'India can play active role in setting up hydrocarbon projects in Gulf countries' (16th Feb, 2013)
Jaitley's call record case: BJP takes on Govt., demands Shinde's reply (16th Feb, 2013)
PM lauds Bar Council of India for promoting highest standards in legal education (16th Feb, 2013)
Legal luminaries require comprehensive understanding of complexities of global economy: PM (16th Feb, 2013)
'Copter scam cannot take place without political patronage', alleges BJP (16th Feb, 2013)
Understand world defence set up if you want to build yours (16th Feb, 2013)
Salman Khurshid to pay official visit to Bangladesh (16th Feb, 2013)
Govt. has some compulsions: Tariq Anwar on hike in diesel, petrol prices (16th Feb, 2013)
Audit report on VVIP chopper deal soon: CAG (16th Feb, 2013)
'Unfair treatment being meted out to Arunchalee judges' (16th Feb, 2013)




Contact Us | Advertise with Us | Privacy Policy | Disclaimer | Terms of Use