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Ludhiana man assaults his sister-in-law and is reserved


A man has been convicted of assaulting his sister-in-law on Sunday. The 26-year-old complainant, a resident of Bawa settlement, who was married five years ago, said her husband’s brother had only tried several times to establish a physical relationship with her . She had also told her husband, but to no avail. A case was filed under Section 354 (Use of criminal force with intent to outrage the decency of a woman) of the Indian Penal Code. This is the second such incident in the past three days where a woman has been sexually assaulted by her husband’s family. . HTC

Fearing bad grades, 16-year-old hangs himself

A day after appearing for her Class 10 pre-boarding exam, a 16-year-old girl hung herself from the ceiling fan in her home on Sunday night. His family said the victim felt he had failed the test. Her younger sister was the first to find her lifeless body. She was rushed to hospital, where doctors pronounced her dead upon arrival. The victim wanted to become a doctor. His body was sent for autopsy and a case was filed under the Criminal Procedure Code.

Abandoned newborn girl dies

A newborn girl, with her umbilical cord still attached, was found abandoned on a plot in

Maskin Nagar on Sundays.
The complainant, Narinder Adiya, said locals were alerted by the girls’ cries, but by the time they reached her she had already succumbed. Deputy Inspector Tamanna Devi said the girl appeared to be day old and appeared to have been dumped shortly after birth. No wound marks were visible on his body. Police are scanning CCTV footage and the body has been sent for an autopsy. An FIR was registered under Sections 315 (act performed with intent to prevent the child from being born alive or cause it to die after birth) and 318 (concealment of birth by secret disposal of the corpse) of the Code Indian Criminal Code (IPC) against an unidentified person.

3 Rob taxi driver, give him the bus ticket

Ludhiana Posing as passengers, three
disbelievers robbed a taxi driver from his car at gunpoint in Khanna. While fleeing, the accused gave him 150 bus tickets to reach Moga. The victim, Jagdish Rai from Moga, said the accused approached him on Saturday to ask him to take them to Khanna. After reaching Khanna, the defendants drew their guns and asked him to come down. A complaint was filed against the accused.