Saturday, 6 August 2016

FIR Against The Lady Who Accused Uttarakhand CM Of Compelling to File Case Against Harak

Uttarakhand’s Chief Minister Harish Rawat’s personal secretary Kamal Singh Rawat has filed a case against the lady who had earlier alleged that she was raped by the former Agriculture minister Harak Singh Rawat but later she changed her statement and said that she was forced by CM and his team to lodge a complaint against Harak at Safdarjung Police Station, New Delhi.

A case has been filed against the lady under section 120 B (criminal conspiracy), 193(false evidence), 385 (putting person in fear of injury in order to commit extortion) of the Indian Penal Code. This has also been confirmed by the SSP Dehradun Sadanand Date, who told, “on basis of complaint a case has been registered and probe started in the matter.”

The lady is said to be from Assam but presently she is living in New Delhi.

An FIR was filed against the rebel leader of Congress who has now joined BJP, Harak by the lady on July 29 and accused him of rape but on Wednesday she relieved Harak of all the charges and accused CM Harish Rawat of forcing her to file a case against Harak Singh Rawat.

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Friday, 5 August 2016

Congrats Dehradun For Getting The First Tiger Cell Of India, Will Help In Tiger Conservation

Dehradun, the capital city of Uttarakhand will get the first tiger cell of the country as the Wildlife Institute of India (WII) campus, Dehradun and National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) will be signing a Memorandum of understanding on Saturday in this regard.

The tiger cell will manage the database of tigers from around 50 tiger reserves and it is being set up in order to boost the conservation of tigers by regularly keeping a track of their population and incidents of poaching taking place in the country.

The senior scientist, YV Jhala at Wildlife Institute of India will be the head of this program.

YV Jhala told TOI that this tiger cell will have all the data from all over the country for over more than last 10 years and the cell will also have the authority to give permission for development projects in locations which are tiger habitats.

A database of DNA samples of tigers has also been created by WII which will help them in identifying the location and original home places of tigers. \

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