Jammu Police arrested a man for killing his younger brother.
As per police sources, a complaint was received on June 3 this year from a person namely Kuldeep Singh of Nanak Nagar at present Sainik Colony that a dead body with injury marks was found in his under construction house at Sainik Colony.
On this, a team from Police Post Sainik Colony rushed to the spot and called team of FSL and conducted crime photography and videography of the scene of crime. Later, the dead body was shifted to GMC Jammu.
A case under FIR Number 104/2021 under Section 302 IPC was registered at Police Station Channi Himmat and investigation started.
During the course of investigation, a team from Police Station Channi Himmat led by SHO Inspector Karan Chalotra and assisted by Incharge Police Post Sainik Colony SI Rahul Dogra was constituted under the supervision of SDPO East Bikram Kumar.
The team by connecting various leads ascertained that the dead body was identified as Mahesh Harijan Verma, son of Kashi Parsad, a resident of Chattarpur Madhya Pradesh, at present slum area Sector C, Sainik Colony District Jammu.
By using human and technical aid, the team finally arrested the elder brother of the deceased, who confessed his involvement in the case.
During sustained questioning, the accused disclosed that he killed his brother over some heated arguments.
Further investigation into the case is going on.
Persons with negative report exempted from testing at Lakhanpur
District administration Kathua has ordered exemption from covid testing of persons having negative RTPCR report at Lakhanpur.
“As per communication received from Divisional Commissioner Jammu, it is hereby ordered that all passengers entering J&K carrying the covid RT-PCR negative report for the test conducted during the last 48 hours may be allowed hassle free movement without subsequent testing at Lakhanpur as well as railway station, Kathua,” reads the order issued by District Magistrate Kathua and Chairman DDMA, Rahul Yadav.
Yadav told Greater Kashmir that people with covid negative report of not more than 48 hours, will be allowed to enter into J&K through Lakhanpur without them being subjected to subsequent covid testing.
Today, 6500 people were tested for covid19 on their entry at Lakhanpur, he informed.
Portion of bridge washed away due to heavy rain
A big portion the bridge over Pai Nallah on Simbal Choa – Dera Baba road was damaged due to heavy rainfall, following which vehicular traffic on the road was closed.
One side of the bridge at village Bhabar, about 20 km from Reasi, has caved in. This bridge connects Dera Baba Banda Bahadur with Reasi.
According to Bodh Raj, former Sarpanch of the area, closure of the bridge because of damage has caused immense problem for the locals. “Condition of the roads from Simbal Chuha to Dera Baba Banda Bahadur and from Bhabar to Kundra is very dilapidated. The road from Bhabar to Kundra is in bad condition. Five kilometers of road is in bad condition which needs proper attention from the administration, he added.
People of the area have to the District Administration and DDC Chairperson to look after the matter and got the damaged part of the bridge repaired at the earliest so that vehicular movement is restored as early as possible.
DC Jammu issues new timings for opening shops
District Magistrate Jammu Anshul Garg has issued guidelines for opening of Shops/ Establishment in district.
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