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Israel coalition set to end Netanyahu era

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Israel coalition set to end Netanyahu era

Naftali Bennett will take over as Prime Minister after Knesset vote to install new coalition government

Israel is set to swear in a new government on Sunday that will send Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu into the opposition after a record 12 years in office and a political crisis that sparked four elections in two years.

Naftali Bennett, the head of a small ultranationalist party, will take over as Prime Minister. But if he wants to keep the job, he will have to maintain an unwieldy coalition of parties from the political right, left and center.

The eight parties, including a small Arab faction that is making history by sitting in the ruling coalition, are united in their opposition to Mr. Netanyahu and new elections but agree on little else. They are likely to pursue a modest agenda that seeks to reduce tensions with the Palestinians and maintain good relations with the U.S. without launching any major initiatives.

Mr. Netanyahu, who is on trial for corruption, remains the head of the largest party in Parliament and is expected to vigorously oppose the new government. If just one faction bolts, it could lose its majority and would be at risk of collapse, giving him an opening to return to power.

Deep divisions

The country’s deep divisions were on vivid display as Mr. Bennett addressed parliament ahead of the vote. He was repeatedly interrupted and loudly heckled by supporters of Mr. Netanyahu, several of whom were escorted out of the chamber.

Mr. Bennett’s speech mostly dwelled on domestic issues, but he expressed opposition to U.S. efforts to revive Iran’s nuclear deal with world powers.

“Israel will not allow Iran to arm itself with nuclear weapons,” Mr. Bennett said, vowing to maintain Mr. Netanyahu’s confrontational policy. “Israel will not be a party to the agreement and will continue to preserve full freedom of action.”

Mr. Bennett nevertheless thanked President Joe Biden and the U.S. for its decades of support for Israel.

Mr. Netanyahu vowed to return to power. He predicted the incoming government would be weak on Iran and give in to U.S. demands to make concessions to the Palestinians. “If it is destined for us to be in the opposition, we will do it with our backs straight until we topple this dangerous government and return to lead the country in our way,” he said.

‘Stability expected’

Yohanan Plesner, president of the Israel Democracy Institute, a nonpartisan think tank, said the new government will likely be more stable than it appears.

“Even though it has a very narrow majority, it will be very difficult to topple and replace because the opposition is not cohesive,” he said. Each party in the coalition will want to prove that it can deliver, and for that they need “time and achievements.”

Still, Mr. Netanyahu “will continue to cast a shadow,” Mr. Plesner said.

The new government is meanwhile promising a return to normalcy after a tumultuous two years that saw four elections, an 11-day Gaza war last month and a coronavirus outbreak that devastated the economy before it was largely brought under control by a successful vaccination campaign.

The driving force behind the coalition is Yair Lapid, a political centrist who will become prime minister in two years, if the government lasts that long.

He called off a planned speech to Parliament, instead saying he was ashamed that his 86-year-old mother had to witness the raucous behaviour of his opponents. In a brief speech, he asked for “forgiveness from my mother.” “I wanted her to be proud of the democratic process in Israel. Instead she, along with every citizen of Israel, is ashamed of you and remembers clearly why it’s time to replace you,” he said.

The new government is expected to win a narrow majority in the 120-member assembly, after which it will be sworn in. The government plans to hold its first official meeting later this evening.

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Apple Says It Turned Over Data on Trump in 2018

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Apple Says It Turned Over Data on Trump in 2018

WASHINGTON — Apple told Donald F. McGahn II, the White House counsel to former President Donald J. Trump, last month that the Justice Department had subpoenaed information about an account that belonged to him in February 2018, and that the government barred the company from telling him at the time, according to two people briefed on the matter.

Mr. McGahn’s wife received a similar notice from Apple, said one of the people, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss a sensitive matter.

It is not clear what F.B.I. agents were scrutinizing, nor whether Mr. McGahn was their specific focus. In investigations, agents sometimes compile a large list of phone numbers and email addresses that were in contact with a subject, and seek to identify all those people by using subpoenas to communications companies for any account information like names, computer addresses and credit card numbers associated with them.

Still, the disclosure that agents secretly collected data of a sitting White House counsel is striking as it comes amid a political backlash to revelations about Trump-era seizures of data of reporters and Democrats in Congress for leak investigations. The president’s top lawyer is also a chief point of contact between the White House and the Justice Department.

Apple told Mr. McGahn that it complied with the subpoena in a timely fashion but declined to tell him what it provided the government, according to a person briefed on the matter. Under Justice Department policy, gag orders for subpoenas may be renewed for up to a year at a time, suggesting that prosecutors went to court several times to prevent Apple from notifying the McGahns earlier.

Spokespeople for Apple and the Justice Department did not immediately respond to requests for comment. A lawyer for Mr. McGahn declined to comment.

Apple told the McGahns that it received the subpoena on Feb. 23, 2018, according to a person briefed on the matter. The other person familiar with the matter said the subpoena had been issued by a grand jury in the Eastern District of Virginia.

It is not clear why prosecutors obtained the subpoena. But several notable events were occurring around that time.

One of the roughly concurrent events was that the federal court in the Eastern District of Virginia was the center of one part of the Russia inquiry led by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, that focused on Paul Manafort, the onetime chairman of the 2016 Trump presidential campaign.

Because Mr. McGahn had been the top lawyer for the Trump campaign in 2016, it is possible that at some earlier point he had been among those in contact with someone whose account the Mueller team was scrutinizing in early 2018.

Notably, Mr. Manafort had been hit with new fraud charges unsealed the day before the subpoena. Subsequent developments revealed that Mr. Mueller’s investigators were closely scrutinizing some of his communications accounts in the days that followed.

Another roughly concurrent event was that around that time, Mr. Trump had become angry at Mr. McGahn over a matter related to the Russia investigation, and that included a leak.

In late January 2018, The New York Times had reported, based on confidential sourcing, that Mr. Trump had ordered Mr. McGahn the previous June to have the Justice Department remove Mr. Mueller, but Mr. McGahn had refused to do so and threatened to resign. The Washington Post confirmed that account soon after in a follow-up article.

The Mueller report, and Mr. McGahn himself in private testimony before the House Judiciary Committee this month, described Mr. Trump’s anger at Mr. McGahn after the Times article, including trying to get him to make a statement falsely denying it. Mr. Trump told aides that Mr. McGahn was a “liar” and a “leaker,” according to former Trump administration officials. In his testimony, Mr. McGahn said that he had been a source for The Post’s follow-up to clarify a nuance — to whom he had conveyed his intentions to resign — but he had not been a source for the original Times article.

There are reasons to doubt that Mr. McGahn was the target of any Justice Department leak investigation stemming from that episode, however. Among others, information about Mr. Trump’s orders to have Mr. Mueller removed does not appear to be the sort of classified national-security secret that it can be a crime to disclose without authorization.

Yet another roughly concurrent event is that the subpoena to Apple that swept up Mr. McGahn’s information came shortly after another one the Justice Department had sent to Apple on Feb. 6, 2018, for a leak investigation related to unauthorized disclosures of information about the Russia inquiry, ensnaring data on congressional staff members, their families and at least two members of Congress.

Among those whose data was secretly seized under a gag order, and who were only recently notified, were two Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee: Eric Swalwell and Adam B. Schiff, both of California. Mr. Schiff, a sharp political adversary of Mr. Trump, is now the panel’s chairman. The Times first reported on that subpoena last week.

Many questions remain unanswered about the events leading up to the politically sensitive subpoenas, including how high they were authorized in the Trump Justice Department and whether investigators anticipated or hoped that they were going to sweep in data on the politically prominent lawmakers. The subpoena sought data on 109 email addresses and phone numbers.

In that case, the leak investigation appeared to have been primarily focused on Michael Bahar, then a staff member on the House Intelligence Committee. People close to Jeff Sessions and Rod J. Rosenstein, the top two Justice Department officials at the time, have said that neither knew that prosecutors had sought data about the accounts of lawmakers for that investigation.

It remains murky whether agents were pursuing a theory that Mr. Bahar had leaked on his own or whether they suspected him of talking to reporters with the approval of the lawmakers. Either way, it appears they were unable to prove their suspicions that he was the source of any unauthorized disclosures; the case has been closed and no charges were brought.

Katie Benner and Adam Goldman contributed reporting.

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Du Plessis suffers concussion after collision while fielding in PSL

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Du Plessis suffers concussion after collision while fielding in PSL


Following the freak accident, the former South Africa captain lay prone on the ground for a few minutes while the team physio attended to him

South African star Faf du Plessis has suffered a concussion after a nasty collision with his Quetta Gladiators teammate Mohammad Hasnain while fielding during their Pakistan Super League match against Peshawar Zalmi here.

Following the freak accident, the former South Africa captain lay prone on the ground for a few minutes while the team physio attended to him.

Du Plessis eventually got on his feet and walked back to the team dugout before being taken to hospital for scans.

Ruled out of the game, the seasoned 36-year-old Protea was replaced in the Gladiators XI by Saim Ayub. It was the second case of concussion in two days for the Gladiators.

The collision took place in the 19th over of Peshawar innings when du Du Plessis’ head hit Hasnain’s knee before the South Africa cricketer fell on the ground. It happened as Du Plessis was trying to stop a boundary.

Du Plessis’ wife Imari shared a story on Instagram and wrote: “This is killing me right now. Surely he should be checked in hospital?” The Gladiators used a concussion substitute for the second time in two days. During their last match against Islamabad United, all-rounder Andre Russell took a blow to his helmet from a Mohammad Musa bouncer. He was replaced by the fast bowler Naseem Shah.

Russell was not available for selection for Saturday’s match against Zalmi.

This was du Plessis’ second game of the PSL upon its resumption. He had scored 5 against Islamabad United as the Gladiators lost the match by 10 wickets.

Before the resumption of PSL, du Plessis was playing in the IPL 2021, where he scored 320 runs from seven matches, including four consecutive half-centuries, his form helping Chennai Super Kings to a strong position in the table. The lucrative league was then suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.



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Cartoons full of 18 mobiles stolen while putting diesel in the pickup vehicle, with the help of cyber cell, Rewa police picked up the accused from Singrauli | A cartoon full of 18 mobiles was stolen while putting diesel in the pickup car, with the help of cyber cell, Rewa police picked up the accused from Singrauli

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  • Cartoon was stolen from Budhwa petrol pump on June 10, accused arrested and sent to jail

The police have confiscated a cartoon filled with 18 mobiles stolen from a pickup vehicle at the Budhwa Petrol Pump under City Kotwali police station in the city. It was told that on June 10, the cartoon was stolen while putting diesel in the pickup vehicle. On the report of the complainant, the crime of crime number 277/2021 section 379 IPC in City Kotwali was registered against unknown accused and taken up for investigation. Then the Kotwali police picked up the accused from Singrauli with the help of cyber cell. The one who confessed to the theft. In such a situation, the accused has been arrested and sent to judicial custody.

According to the information received, the complainant Balmukund Tiwari father Ramkaran (40) resident of Bakia police station Rampur Baghelan district Satna was getting diesel in his pickup car at Budhwa petrol pump. Then the cartoons full of 18 mobiles lying behind were crossed by the unknown accused. When the victim realized the theft, he reached the City Kotwali police station to file a report. He told that all the stolen mobiles were new brands of Samsung and Vivo company. During the investigation, the in-charge of the City Kotwali Police Station got the call details out after getting information from the cyber cell.

Then, under the instructions of the SP and ASP, a Singrauli team was sent to nab the suspect, Deepender Kumar Saket, father Santlal (19), resident of Khokhri Rajmelan police station, Mada. Where the accused was arrested after raiding the house. After this, he was taken into custody and closely interrogated. So the accused admitted to stealing cartoons full of mobiles from the pickup vehicle. On the behest of the accused, 18 nos. mobile phones worth 2.90 lakhs were recovered. After this the accused is being sent to judicial custody.

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A smuggler arrested with brown sugar worth Rs 15 lakh, caught during vehicle checking | 15 लाख रुपए के ब्राउन शुगर के साथ एक तस्कर गिरफ्तार, वाहन चेकिंग के दौरान पकड़ा गया

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A smuggler arrested with brown sugar worth Rs 15 lakh, caught during vehicle checking | 15 लाख रुपए के ब्राउन शुगर के साथ एक तस्कर गिरफ्तार, वाहन चेकिंग के दौरान पकड़ा गया

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The arrested smuggler Tribhuvan Kumar Verma is a resident of Lowagada village of Sadar police station area.

Chatra police on Sunday arrested a smuggler with 935 grams of brown sugar from near Kathoutia Mor of Rajpur police station area. The arrested smuggler Tribhuvan Kumar Verma is a resident of Lowagada village of Sadar police station area. The value of the recovered brown sugar was estimated to be around Rs 15 lakh in the local market. SDPO Avinash Kumar gave this information on Sunday.

SDPO said that SP Rishabh Kumar Jha had received information that a smuggler from Rajpur police station area is going to come to Chatra with brown sugar. On this information a team was formed under his leadership. The constituted team carried out a vehicle checking campaign near Kathautia Mod on Rajpur-Chatra road. Meanwhile, a young man reached there by bike.

On seeing the police, the youth tried to run away by parking the bike. The soldiers chased the young man and caught him. When the trunk of his bike was searched, 935 grams of brown sugar was found in a plastic bag.

The SDPO said that after questioning, the arrested smuggler has been sent to jail. He told that the identity of the smuggler from which smuggler was bringing brown sugar from Tribhuvan Rajpur police station area is being identified. After identification, action will also be taken against the smugglers selling brown sugar.

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Alton Sterling’s Family Agrees to $4.5 Million Settlement, Lawyers Say

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Several days after that, Mr. Salamoni, who had fired six shots at Mr. Sterling, was fired from the Baton Rouge Police Department, and Mr. Lake was suspended for three days.

After announcing those disciplinary actions, the Baton Rouge police released footage of Mr. Sterling’s arrest and his killing.

The body-camera video shows Mr. Salamoni repeatedly shouting profanities at Mr. Sterling, slamming him into a car, ordering Mr. Lake to use his Taser and threatening to shoot Mr. Sterling with a gun pointed at his head.

In September, the Baton Rouge Metro Council rejected a proposed $5 million settlement to resolve a lawsuit that Mr. Sterling’s children had filed against the city in 2017, which contended that the killing was part of a longstanding pattern of racism and excessive force within the Baton Rouge Police Department, The Advocate reported.

“After nearly five years, the people of Baton Rouge are finally one step closer to getting much-needed closure in this traumatic episode of our history,” Sharon Weston Broome, mayor-president of the Metro Council, said in a statement in February, after the council had approved the settlement. “Now we must continue the work of building a more fair and equitable community, where every citizen is treated justly, no matter their race or ethnicity.”

In their statement, the lawyers for Mr. Sterling’s family — L. Chris Stewart, Brandon DeCuir, Michael R.D. Adams, Justin Bamberg and Dale Glover — said that they were also grateful that Baton Rouge and the Police Department had made significant policy changes after Mr. Sterling’s death.

“Our hope is that these policy changes, which focus on de-escalation, providing verbal warnings prior to using deadly force and prohibiting officers from both using chokeholds and firing into moving vehicles, will ensure that no other family has to endure the trauma and heartbreak that Mr. Sterling’s family went through,” the lawyers said.

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No woman applicants for temple priesthood in Kerala

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No woman applicants for temple priesthood in Kerala

No woman has approached the Travancore, Cochin and Malabar Devaswom boards, which have administrative control over the nearly 2000 temples of the State, with requests for appointment

Priesthood would remain an exclusive male bastion in Kerala for some more time as no woman has sought appointment as priests in the temples managed by the State Devaswom boards.

No woman has approached the Travancore, Cochin and Malabar Devaswom boards, which have administrative control over the nearly 2000 temples of the State, with requests for appointment.

 

Incidentally, it appeared that there were no qualified women candidates as none had been formally trained in the temple rituals and poojas at the two government recognised thanthra schools of the State.

The lack of interest of Kerala women in priesthood stands in stark contrast with their counterparts in Tamil Nadu where many women have sought permission to perform puja in temples. P. K. Sekar Babu, the Tamil Nadu Minister for Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments, had stated that women, if trained, could be appointed as priests in temples.

K. Radhakrishnan, Kerala Minister for Devasom, was unavailable for comments.

N. Vasu, the president of the Travancore Devaswom Board, said the agency has not discussed the issue as no woman has approached the board with such a request.

M. Nandakumar, president, Cochin Devaswom Board, said the board alone cannot take a decision on the issue as the government had to decide on it in consultation with priests and other stakeholders.

 

Usually, women don’t enter the sanctum sanctorum of temples though women are the head priests at Mannarasala and Pambumekkattu temples, he said.

M. R. Murali, president of the Malabar Devaswom Board, said no woman has come up with such a demand.

Akhila Kerala Thanthri Mandalam, a collective of priests, which offers a training programme for Hindu males in temple rituals, will hold an online meeting on Monday to discuss the issue.

S. Radhakrishnan Potti, general secretary of the Mandalam, said only men were trained in rituals at the institute run by the organisation.

Conforming that no women candidates have been admitted to the thanthra courses, Mullappally Krishnan Namboothiri, the working president of the Aluva Thanthra Vidya Peedam, said the government should strive to enroll women as priests in the all the religions. Women empowerment and renaissance would become meaningful only when women are made priests in all religions and not Hindu temples alone, he said.

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New Zealand thump England in second Test to win series 1-0

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New Zealand thump England in second Test to win series 1-0


The result meant New Zealand secured a first Test series win in England since 1999 and only their third overall in the country

New Zealand crushed hosts England by eight wickets in the second and final Test on Sunday to seal a 1-0 series victory after chasing down a target of 38 runs on the fourth day at Edgbaston.

The result meant New Zealand, who thoroughly outplayed the hosts in the match, secured a first Test series win in England since 1999 and only their third overall in the country.

England had been reduced to 122-9 at stumps on day three with a slender lead of 37 runs and Olly Stone was caught behind off Trent Boult on the first ball of the day on Sunday, leaving the visitors on the verge of a famous victory.

New Zealand lost Devon Conway for three after the opening batsman fished at a Stuart Broad delivery only to edge it to James Bracey before Will Young (8) played a ball on to his stumps off Stone to leave the visitors at 33-2.

But stand-in skipper Tom Latham (23 not out) and Ross Taylor (0 not out) guided them to 41-2 in 10.5 overs.

The first Test at Lord’s was drawn.

New Zealand will now enjoy an extra day’s rest before they take on India in the ICC World Test Championship Final starting in Southampton on Friday.



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In the name of Haj processing fee, 13 and a half crores were raised last year, this time also crores of rupees have been received from 65 thousand applications. In the name of Haj processing fee, 13 and a half crores were raised last year, this time also crores of rupees have been received from 65 thousand applications

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It is said that there is some goodness or goodness hidden behind any pain or suffering. Moaning due to the pain of Corona, the poor are not getting Haj pilgrimage for two years, but this situation has made the All India Haj Committee a millionaire. The non-refundable amount to be collected in the name of Haj processing fee has become a source of income for the committee.

According to the information, Haj quota of about two lakh people was received from across the country last year. According to which about four and a half lakh applications were submitted from all over the country. In this, the number of applicants from Madhya Pradesh was 13,116. After the cancellation of Haj pilgrimage due to Corona, the Central Haj Committee has returned the amount to all the pilgrims at the rate of Rs 2 lakh per Haji deposited by them. But during this period, he has not returned the amount of Rs 300 per Haji, which is charged in the name of processing fee. In terms of applications submitted last year, the Haj Committee had received Rs 13 crore, Rs 50 lakh. Due to non-availability of Haj process, no expenditure has been incurred from this amount.

Then the journey was postponed, crores accumulated
The Saudi Arabian government has announced on Saturday that no country around the world will be allowed to perform Hajj in 2021. This time Haj Yatra will be with only 60 thousand people. These passengers will be residents of or citizens of Saudi Arabia. According to the information, this year the Haj Committee has earned about one crore, 95 thousand rupees from about 65 thousand applications submitted from across the country. It also includes 2893 Hajis of MP.

Haj Application Number Decreasing
According to the information, for the last several years, the number of Haj applicants of the state is reaching 15-20 thousand. Last year this figure had reached about 13 thousand. The small size of the quota received by the state in comparison to the applications being submitted in large numbers has been creating conditions for arrogance to decide the names of the Haj pilgrims, but this time the number of applications reached till the last date is only 2893. It has just arrived. This number is much less than the Haj quota available to the state, about 5 thousand. The same situation is also with respect to the applications arriving from all over the country. Where the number of applications for about 1.25 lakh Haj quota available for the country has been limited to about 65 thousand only.

Impact on Hajj pilgrimage
Many reasons are being counted for the decrease in Haj applications compared to the previous years. Chief among these is being told about the situation of Corona and due to this the permission received from the Saudi Arabian government. It is being said that like last year, this time also the Saudi government intends to complete the Hajj rituals in the presence of limited people. This is the reason that even in the event of everything being normal after the Corona period, the Saudi Arabian government has banned the landing of international flights. Due to this, the journey of Umrah, which continues throughout the year, has also been stopped. Here the increased cost of Haj pilgrimage has also prevented people from applying. It is being told that this time the Haj pilgrimage will be completed by spending about one and a half to two lakh rupees more than before. Apart from this, the requirement of giving account of the amount to be paid for Haj expenses and the consent of the Income Tax Department to be attached with the application has also reduced the number of applications.

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The application fee is deposited in the account of the Central Haj Committee. A certain amount is given to the State Haj Committee for the necessary expenses during the Haj pilgrimage. This amount has not been released from the Central Haj Committee for the last two years.

Yasir Arafat, CEO in-charge, State Haj Committee

Due to non-availability of Hajj, the devotees have suffered in the same way. In such a situation, the Haj Committee should show sincerity to the applicants by returning the money deposited by them.

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Controversy over drinking alcohol, several stabs on the chest with sharp weapons, death on the spot, Pulgaon police registered a case and engaged in investigation | शराब पीने को लेकर हुआ विवाद, धारदार हथियार से सीने पर किए कई वार, घटनास्थल पर ही हुई मौत, पुलगांव पुलिस हत्या का मामला दर्ज कर विवेचना में जुटी

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Controversy over drinking alcohol, several stabs on the chest with sharp weapons, death on the spot, Pulgaon police registered a case and engaged in investigation | शराब पीने को लेकर हुआ विवाद, धारदार हथियार से सीने पर किए कई वार, घटनास्थल पर ही हुई मौत, पुलगांव पुलिस हत्या का मामला दर्ज कर विवेचना में जुटी

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The reason behind the murder is not yet clear. Police is probing the whole matter.

In Pulgaon area of ​​Durg district, there was a dispute between two people over drinking alcohol. After that they started to kill and kill each other. This quarrel escalated so much, in which one has died. Several blows were made in the chest of the deceased Ajay Yadav with a sharp weapon, due to which he died on the spot. At present, the Pulgaon police is engaged in interrogating a suspect in this case by taking him into custody.
Alcohol became the reason behind the murder
Pulgaon Police has intensified the investigation regarding the whole matter. Alcohol is believed to be a major reason behind this murder. This incident is from Kolihapuri village behind Rishabh Market under New Life Farm Road. Where a sensation spread in the area after the body of a person was found in the morning. When the supervisor Malay Jain, who lived there, was in his house at around 8 in the morning, Tkesh Sahu and Mahendra Nishad of the village called and told that the dead body of a man was lying behind the market. After that the village sarpanch was called.

Both Malay Jain and the sarpanch reached the spot and the body was identified as Ajay Kumar Yadav, who worked as a watchman at Suresh Kothari’s farm house. The incident is said to have happened late at night. According to Pulgaon police, the deceased used to work as a watchman. who has been murdered. And there are marks of sharp weapon in the chest and eyebrow of the right eye. There was blood on his chest, face, head and hands.

At present, Mohit Thakur, the friend of the deceased, has been taken into custody. He is being interrogated, soon the incident will be revealed.

There were watchmen in different farm houses of Kolihapuri. On Saturday also, they left the house together at around 6 pm. The deceased Ajay had also given Rs. Both drank alcohol together, but Ajay did not realize that the person with whom he was drinking would become his time.

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