Police on Wednesday filed a charge sheet against controversial self-styled godman Rampal and has booked him and some of his aides on charges of murder and criminal conspiracy in connection with a case registered against him here in November last year.
Even as the Haryana Police claimed to have got “vital clues” against the perpetrators of rape and murder of a mentally challenged Nepalese woman in Rohtak, state Director General of Police YP Singhal is visited the crime spot and held confabulations with the members of the SIT and other senior po
Haryana Police on Sunday arrested 43 persons, including five women, after busting a gang which was allegedly running a casino illegally in the posh locality of DLF Phase-2 of Gurgaon and seized over Rs 20 lakhs in cash.
Pooja and Aarti, the Rohtak sisters who had shot to limelight after a video of them taking on their alleged molesters in a roadways bus surfaced last month, will now undergo polygraph or lie-detector test.
Two Haryana Police cops were on Tuesday placed under suspension for allegedly issuing "wrong ammunition" to the salute guards whose rifles failed to fire when they were giving a gun salute to Lance Naik Kuldeep, who was killed in a terror attack in Uri, during his funeral in Haryana's Jind district.
Haryana Police had an embarrassing moment today when two of their rifles failed to fire while giving a gun salute to Lance Naik Kuldeep, who was killed in a terror attack in Uri, during his funeral in Haryana's Jind district.
The Supreme Court on Monday issued notices to the Centre as well as the Haryana government in connection with a petition filed by a group of journalists seeking judicial probe into alleged assault on them and other media persons during a police operation to arrest 'godman' Rampal in Hisar last month.
A team of Haryana police has arrived in Madhya Pradesh's Betul district to conduct a search at an under-construction ashram of arrested 'self-styled' godman Rampal, where his commandos were reportedly recruited, trained and sent to Hisar in Haryana.
The Haryana Police's ongoing search operation inside the Satlok Ashram of self-styled godman Rampal has led to the recovery of two bulletproof jackets, more weapons and over 4,200 sticks among other things, officials said Sunday.
Holy men do not need bullet-proof enclosures or SUVs. Nor do they need swimming pools for personal luxury or tonnes of rations that could sustain hundreds of people for months. Or gym equipment, flat-screen TVs, split air-conditioners, massage therapy beds and big personal lockers.