New Delhi: A 38-year-old sharpshooter who killed a man (murder witness) after throwing chilli powder on his personal security officer (PSO). Apart from this murder, police said that the accused was found involved three more murder cases. He was arrested from South East Delhi.Police identified the accused as Ible Hassan (38 years)-sharpshooter of Abdul Naseer gang- entered the criminal world in the 90s to earn quick money. He was earlier a grocer. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderAdditional Deputy Commissioner of Police (southeast) Kumar Gyanesh said in 2014, due to enmity with Naseer Gang, Hassan along with his associates murdered one Akil Mama in Jafarabad. “Zahid, brother of Akil Mama, was an eyewitness of this murder. Naseer gang was constantly pressuring Zahid to stay away from the case but Zahid was pursuing the case strongly,” said Addl DCP. He further added that Zahid had a threat to his life and was provided PSO by the Delhi Police. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsIn 2015, accused Ible Hassan along with his associates put chilli powder in the eyes of PSO and eliminated the eyewitness Zahid. Adding further, Kumar Gyanesh said that in the year 2008, in order to take revenge of the murder of his cousin Wakeel Ahmed, Hassan killed one Shameen at Gulaoti in U.P and he remained in jail for three years. In 2014, due to personal enmity accused murdered a person at Okhla. Police said Hassan, a native of Hapur, came to Delhi to look after the grocery shop of his father but fell in bad company. He was arrested for the first time in 1999 in an assault case. Later he joined Abdul Naseer gang. Investigators further added that Hassan was released on bail on June 14, 2019. Due to MCOCA proceedings initiated against the kingpin Abdul Naseer and his gang members by the Crime Branch, they all went underground. In their absence, Hassan was planning to lead the gang and was looking forward to recruiting new persons in the gang. Man shot at by his friend In a suspected case of accidental firing, a 21-year-old man was shot at allegedly by one of his friends on Saturday evening during drinking session in Jahangirpuri area, police said on Sunday. According to police, the victim, Vinay was having drinks with his friends, when one of them fired at him following which, he sustained a gun shot injury in his left shoulder. The victim was rushed to Babu Jagjivan Ram Memorial Hospital by his friends where after giving first aid, he was referred to Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Hospital for further treatment, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Northwest) Vijayanta Arya said.
Kolkata: Jadavapur University (JU) on Monday allowed the screening of ‘Ram ke Naam’, a 1992 documentary based on the Babri Masjid demolition, but it was not allowed to be screened on the Presidency University (PU) campus auditorium after the authorities allegedly denied permission. The students of the film studies department took the initiative of screening the film in Jadavpur University. “If a department takes an initiative, there is no point in denying or giving any permission,” JU Registrar Sneha Manju Basu said. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari Puja A group of PU students had also planned to screen the national award winning documentary directed by filmmaker Anand Patwardhan, but were denied permission. However, officials at JU didn’t put any restriction on its screening. “Some students had planned to screen the documentary on Monday. The audhall was sanctioned to us, but as per the norm we should have been given a receipt. We didn’t get that and on Saturday we were told that the hall was not meant for such screenings,” said Sayan Chakraborty, a student of PU’s economics department. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highway However, PU officials said that the students were stopped from screening the documentary as they didn’t have proper permission. Chakraborty said that the auditorium has been used for screening various films in the past. The students will discuss the matter with the university administration on Tuesday, he said. “We will try to get permission. If denied, we will go for open screening. If we don’t use university infrastructure, no one will be able to stop us,” he added. ‘Ram ke Naam’ explores the campaign waged by Vishva Hindu Parishad to build a Ram temple at the site of the Babri Masjid in Ayodhya and the communal violence it triggered.