Daily Archive: December 1, 2018

Samajwadi Wants Inquiry In Noida Encounters.

Noida, (1/12/2018) : In the month of November, the Noida police have done around some 23 encounters which means one encounter per day almost. From gangsters to robbers to snatchers Noida police have gunned down a dozen of criminals and almost a dozen of them were shot in legs.

Seeing this situation, the Samajwadi Party has demanded an inquiry into all of these encounters which took place in the recent past.

Noida, (1/12/2018) : On Friday local functionaries of Samajwadi Party held a press conference and said “that the police is regularly doing fake encounters to increase their numbers in the department”

Speaking on the recent case of the two scrap dealers, Irfan and Ashik, who were arrested from Rampur market in Dadri, and later were framed in a fake robbery case along with three other men.

The families of the arrested men alleged that the police also demanded Rs 1 lakh from them as a bribe to release the two men.

A relative of the two accused told that the duo are original residents of Sikandrabad and worked here as a scrap dealer at Sanjay Bhati’s shop. Chowki Incharge Vikas Charan had taken them with him on November 12 to clear the scrap from the chowki. But, later they were detained and were framed in a fake encounter.

However, the police denied the allegations and said that “they both were arrested with two other names Shahid and Javed after an encounter in Dadri.

The Samajwadi party said that the police illegally framing the two youths just to increase the numbers, while the crime rate has shown no reduction.

A complaint has been sent to the SSP office by the family, and SSP Ajay Pal Singh had assured to take action in this case if the allegations are substantiated.

Increase In The Number Of Traffic Violators Due To e-challan System : Traffic Police Noida

Noida, (1/12/2018) : Noida traffic police has booked almost 5 times more traffic violators than last year riding on speeding and wrong side driving.

The traffic police firmly believe that the rise in challans is due to the e-challan system which was installed by the traffic police on expressways, highways and elevated roads.

Last year total of 1.24 lakh challans were issued by the traffic police, while this year saw a huge increase in numbers which is almost 5.4 lakh challans.

Traffic police have issued over 1.7 lakh challans for over speeding, and around 74,510 challans for wrong side driving. The reason for being fined have also seen a change, earlier riding without helmet topped the list, but for this year it has been over speeding and wrong side driving.

Assistance traffic inspector Avinash Saini said that “tracking down violators is much easier now with the e-challan system, where constables are equipped with mobile phones and an app that enable them to fine violators on the spot”.

Experts termed this e-challan system as an “invisible enforcement” and called for an increase in ground work for an increase in impact of this system.