The Jharkhand police and the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) on Saturday night arrested a Sub Zonal Commander of the Naxal organization BKP (Maoist) from Kurund village of the Manika region in Jharkhand.
Non-compliance of standard operating procedure (SOP) by prison guards was a major reason that allowed undertrial prisoners including seven naxalites to escape from Chaibasa divisional jail in West Singhbhum district yesterday, a senior police officer on Wednesday said.
A girl arrested recently by Ranchi Police on prostitution charges has disclosed that she had close links with Ranjeet Singh Kohli alias Raquibul Hassan, accused of deceit, torture and running a sex racket by his estranged wife and national shooting champion Tara Shahdeo.
The "stringent steps" taken by the Jharkhand Police against naxal activities have yielded results, with the state recording 35 per cent decrease in naxal-related incidents this year compared to the previous years, Director General of Police Rajeev Kumar said on Sunday.
The "stringent steps" taken by the Jharkhand Police against Naxal activities have yielded results, with the state recording 35 per cent decrease in Naxal-related incidents this year compared to the previous years, Director General of Police Rajeev Kumar said on Sunday.
A court on Wednesday granted Jharkhand Police three-day transit remand of Ranjit Kohli alias Rakibul Hasan, who is under arrest for allegedly torturing national level shooter Tara Shahdeo to convert to Islam after marriage.
harkhand police are tight-lipped on the ongoing raids and detentions in connection with Patna bomb blasts and the recovery of explosives from a lodge in Ranchi, apparently on the instructions of officials of the National Investigation Agency after they held a meeting.
With the probe into Sunday`s serial blasts in Patna gaining momentum, the Jharkhand police on Monday claimed that there is a strong resemblance between the blasts in the Bihar capital and the terror attack in Bodh Gaya sometimes back.
RJD president and former Bihar chief minister Lalu Prasad, sentenced to five years in jail in a fodder scam case, faces security threats as he leads a life of comfort as a prisoner, Jharkhand Police has said.