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But whenever we raised objections,Written by Siddhartha Mathur | Published: January 23,3pm, We could say that the only saving grace is Yashpal Sharma who convincingly plays an oxygen smuggler in Carbon.Carbon is produced by Jackky Bhagnani Deepshikha Deshmukh and Gautam Gupta For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Samudra Gupta Kashyap | Guwahati | Updated: March 6 2015 2:20 pm Security personnel at the site after the mob dragged out the rape accused out of Dimapur district jail and lynched in Dimapur Nagaland on Thursday (source: PTI) Related News A mob in Nagaland barged into the Dimapur Central Jail on Thursday afternoon dragged out a rape accused and lynched him Police said the mob overpowered jail security tied up the man and dragged him for seven kilometres thrashing him along the way By the end he succumbed to his injuries Later in the evening curfew was imposed in Dimapur town following incidents of arson “The situation is grim The rape accused is said to be an illegal Bangladeshi infiltrator” Nagaland DGP L L Doungel who rushed from Kohima to Dimapur said He added that a few arrests had been made The victim has been identified as 35-year-old Syed Farid Khan a small-time trader who dealt in scrap and used motor cars The incident triggered a backlash against Bangladeshi immigrants with houses and shops run by them coming under attack Share This Article Related Article Incidentally the state has been in the grip of an agitation over the issue of illegal immigrants for the past two weeks According to reports despite Section 144 being imposed in Dimapur since Wednesday evening the Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) and some other local groups called a rally on Thursday to protest against the alleged rape In the afternoon a mob rushed to the jail broke open the gates by overpowering the security personnel on duty Khan was stripped tied up and dragged to City Clock Tower area — being kicked and pelted with stones along the way Khan was accused of raping a student of a local women’s college on February 24 The NSF and other groups had earlier demanded that he should not be granted bail When police turned up to remove Khan’s body the mob started pelting stones injuring several personnel The police then resorted to lathi charge and opened fire The mob also set an Indian Reserve Battalion bus on fire The mob then headed to Purana Bazar area where the rape-accused had his shop and reportedly set several shops and houses on fire Nagaland Chief Minister T R Zeliang who is in New Delhi called up senior ministers and officers following which a government statement was issued asking people to show restraint As visuals of the lynching started doing the rounds the state government requested the media not to share them — in a bid to prevent any more violence “Many ugly objectionable pictures are already on social media but the traditional media which is available more widely has been requested to be more sensitive and apply self censorship to help mitigate the possible ramifications” the appeal read For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Gopal B Kateshiya | Updated: January 15 2017 5:39 am The trench in which the girl spent 34 days Her clothes were found here Express Photo by Gopal Kateshiya Top News The pit partially shaded by babool trees and on the edge of a cotton farm is lined with saris and other women’s clothes empty wrappers of potato wafers snacks and biscuits broken bangles and tin sheets stripped from cans of edible oil and sticks which were used to cover the trench Some distance away visible from the pit is a clearing in the fields strewn with polythene bags of the kind used to pack illegal country liquor and more clothes as well as firewood a blackened oil tin that may have been used to heat water a toothbrush and a toothpaste It was in this pit — around 5 ft deep 7 ft long and 4 ft wide — in a village in Morbi district’s Wankaner taluka that a 15-year-old was kept confined for more than a month If she stood up and craned her neck she could see the clearing where she was taken to and allegedly raped most nights Eight people have been arrested since the girl was rescued including the 18-year-old accused of raping her and his father and other relatives Last month she underwent an abortion On December 29 the girl’s family left their home and are now living by the roadside claiming threats from the accused The two families are neighbours and distant relatives from the same community Devipujaks who are mostly landless labourers The girl’s family is better off of the two Watch What Else Is Making News In their defence the accused’s family is calling it an affair gone wrong In her statement the girl has told police “Naresh forced himself on me inside the pit the same night that I was kidnapped Later he would pull me out of the pit at night rape me and push me back in the pit before daybreak He would tie my hands and legs gag me and threaten me with a knife asking me not to yell or to try escape” Before leaving he would allegedly cover the pit with the tin sheets leaving just a small gap for her to breathe The eldest among six siblings the girl has studied till Class VII and would help her parents till their 12-bigha land Her mother says she dropped out since there weren’t many girls in her class The girl says she had gone out of her home to relieve herself late on the night of November 10 when Naresh kidnapped her She told police that eight men pushed her into a rickshaw took her to the isolated farm taken on lease by Naresh’s family around 2 km away and shoved her in the trench Naresh’s father who usually drives a rickshaw had taken the field on an annual lease of Rs 5000 and planted cotton The land belonging to the girl’s family is located close by They searched for her for five days before registering a police complaint on November 25 A dupatta finally gave away the pit “Naresh’s younger brother Pavlo spotted it in the field and told his father Jayanti it was mine He knew I was missing Naresh and Jayanti feared that being a child Pavlo would spread the word Therefore they had no option but to inform my family that I was in their field” says the girl her voice cracking The date was December 13 — 34 days after she went missing — remembers her grandfather Naresh was booked for kidnapping rape illegal confinement and under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act as the victim is a minor Police also arrested his elder brother Haresh 20 father Jayanti 45 uncles Chatur and Devkaran and three other relatives Avcharan Chana and Kishor after the girl said they had helped Naresh kidnap her The clothes the girl was wearing on the day of her kidnapping were among the items seized from the pit After a medical examination showed she was pregnant the POCSO court allowed an abortion Police have taken samples of the foetus and sent them for DNA tests The grandfather says that due to the long confinement the girl has suffered physically and mentally “When we rescued her her eyes had sunk in She was so gaunt… She can’t sleep well even now she is afraid still” he says The grandmother accuses the 18-year-old’s family of being bootleggers prone to violence and says they threatened to abduct two more girls of the family following the police case “We are terrified to go back to our village” she says The family has handed over their land to a fellow villager to till and has written to Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani seeking aid While police took nine more people into preventive custody following the girl’s family’s complaint of threats they are out on bail Morbi SP Jaypalsinh Rathore says they are ready to offer all help “There is a witness protection system If the girl’s family approaches us we shall provide them protection But we are hearing about threats to them through the media” In his statement to police Naresh has said he and the girl were involved in an affair for three years “On the night of the incident she told me on the phone that she would die if I did not elope with her I agreed” The 18-year-old who was taking computer lessons in Rajkot after failing in his Class XII examinations claims he had bought her a phone and it was through this that they stayed in touch While the girl’s family denies this and police say they have not recovered any such phone Naresh’s mother Radha shows a mobile with 2G connection claiming it was the phone her son had given the girl Radha says he confessed to her about the affair and gave the phone before his arrest “The girl was besotted with my son and that is why he failed his Class XII exam last year… There is a bagful of love letters she wrote to my son” Radha says showing a smart phone reportedly belonging to her son with photos of the two She also questions the girl’s claim that she had gone out of her home to relieve herself when she was kidnapped “There is a toilet at her home Why did she go out at night” The toilet is located adjacent to the girl’s house and can only be accessed from outside Naresh’s sister Neeta claims the girl’s family was aware of their “affair” “The younger sister delivered her love letters to Naresh Her aunt knew about the phone calls between them” she says Radha adds that they too fear reprisal from the girl’s side as all the men in the family are now behind bars However she admits that none of it absolves Naresh’s “crime” and says they had no idea about it “For a month he kept her in the trench and we all were in the dark” “Naresh would spend the day at home and leave for our field in the evening saying he would guard the crop against nilgai at night Since we were all busy with the wedding of my elder son Haresh nobody went to the field for weeks His father went there two days after the wedding and found the girl there Immediately he called up her grandfather” Radha says For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 4 2016 10:39 am Top News Testing of drinking water samples as directed by the National Green Tribunal in six western districts of Uttar Pradesh is in a limbo with pollution control authorities and the administration blaming each other The green panel had directed the Uttar Pradesh government and state pollution control board to inspect the quality of drinking water in villages of Muzaffarnagar Shamli Meerut Baghpat Ghaziabad and Saharanpur districts and file status report However the district magistrate of Muzaffarnagar in an affidavit told the NGT that drinking water of hand pumps contains toxic metals and analysis was not possible in the laboratory of Jal Nigam and the cost of water samples from private labs would be around Rs 164479 lakh Therefore the analysis of water may be directed to be done in the laboratory of Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board the DM has said He also submitted that providing safe drinking water to the villagers through pipeline under the National Drinking Water Programme Mission would cost approximately Rs 820959 lakh “Detailed project report of drinking water supply through pipelines in these villages is in progress and would be submitted to the government of Uttar Pradesh for sanction of funds” he said In contrast to the above submission Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board (UPPCB) said testing of water of hand pumps or tubewells is done by UP Jal Nigam and UPPCB is not required under Water Act of Environment (Protection) to test the drinking water “UP Jal Nigam is responsible for the preparation execution promotion and financing the scheme for supply of water and it has been entrusted duties to supply water which has established its own laboratories for testing of potable water” UPPCB said in an affidavit filed in response to a plea highlighting water problem in the area The matter is listed for hearing on September 7 The tribunal was hearing a petition filed by scientist C V Singh through advocate Gaurav Bansal who had claimed that farmers and poor villagers were facing health hazards as they were forced to drink highly contaminated ground water in these six districts For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top Newsaccording to an official release, saying it was even more condemnable. 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