Times of India | 7 months ago | 14-10-2022 | 10:47 am
THANE: Ahead of the Andheri assembly seat by-polls, the Eknath Shinde faction has accused the Uddhav Thackeray-led group of relying on legacy and sympathy votes instead of talking about developmental works. A day after the Thackeray-led group submitted a letter to the Election Commission alleging bias, Naresh Mhaske, former Thane mayor and spokesperson for the Shinde group, released a digital statement dismissing the same and claiming they (Thackeray) had no other topics to fight elections and are therefore banking only on blame games and seeking sympathy. “They (Thackeray) had sought the torch symbol and temporary name for their party from the EC, and had announced the same on social media also and started celebrations. Surprisingly, after three days, they are now alleging foul play which reflects that they have nothing else to fight on except playing the sympathy card and banking on their legacy. The kind of work you do is more important when fighting such polls,” said Mhaske. Chiding the complaints made by the Thackeray group, Mhaske repeated Shinde’s stance that injustice was done on their group. “We are the real claimants for the party symbol and name, and have over 80% support of leaders and workers. On the other hand, they are resorting to forging support which was recently seen in Mumbai. We appeal to them to fight out a fair war based on works done. These crocodile tears won’t help,” said Mhaske. When contacted, Kedar Dighe, district president at Thane Shiv Sena, defended the Thackeray group. “If it was only sympathy then it would not have lasted long, but those making allegations must also remember dedication and loyalty is what binds a party and its people together. It seems it has become a norm for them (Shinde faction) to comment and criticise everything. But they must realise that the common man is watching everything,” he said.
The incident took place on the intervening night of Thursday and Friday (Representational)Thane, Maharashtra: Two persons have been arrested for allegedly beating a man to death and throwing his body from the second floor of a residential building in Dombivili town of Maharashtra's Thane district, police said on Friday.The incident took place in Sonarpada area on the intervening night of Thursday and Friday, a senior inspector at Manpada police station said.The accused attacked the victim Rajesh Ramvriksha Sahani (38) with sticks in their apartment following a dispute and kicked him to death, he said.The duo then threw the victim's body from the window of their second floor flat in order to destroy evidence. The body was later discovered by other residents in the early hours of the day, the official said.PromotedListen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.comThe police were informed and the body was sent for post-mortem, he said, adding that the accused have been arrested under section 302 (murder) and other relevant provisions of the Indian Penal Code. (Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)
No arrest has been made so farThane: A 51-year-old man from Maharashtra's Thane district has allegedly been cheated of Rs 5.24 lakh by a Delhi-based person who offered to arrange a medicine distribution business for him with the Indian Railways, police said on Monday.The victim had worked as an accountant with a hospitality firm but became jobless during the COVID-19 pandemic.He got to know from an acquittance that a person from Delhi was arranging for some business, an official from Navghar police station said quoting the victim's complaint.The accused allegedly offered medicine distribution business with the Indian Railways to the victim and took Rs 12.79 lakh from him between February 2021 and July 2022, he said.Later, the accused did not fulfill the promise and returned Rs 7.55 lakh to the victim, but failed to pay the balance amount, the official said.PromotedListen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.comThe victim filed a police complaint on Saturday, based on which the Navghar police registered a case against the accused under Indian Penal Code Section 420 (cheating), he said.No arrest has been made so far, the police added.
Both seem to enjoy the act while onlookers are left puzzled.The craze to become an influencer on social media leads to people resorting to bizarre activities to go viral. The instances range from influencers attempting to make and eat weird food combinations, to trying out life-threatening stunts. Now, a video of a man and woman taking a bath on a scooter in the middle of a road in Maharashtra is making rounds on the internet. The video of the incident that took place in Thane near Mumbai was shared widely on Twitter and the police have shared it with the traffic department for "necessary action".The clip was shared by a page known as WeDeserveBetterGovt. In the now-viral video, a man and woman can be seen sitting on a scooter at a traffic signal in Ulhasnagar, in Maharashtra's Thane district. The woman is carrying a green bucket and starts pouring water on herself with a red mug. She then pours water on the man, who is driving the vehicle. Both seem to enjoy the act while onlookers are left puzzled. Some of them are also seen laughing. As the video progresses, the two are seen enjoying their bath on a busy road as cars and two-wheelers cross them. @DGPMaharashtra@ThaneCityPoliceThis is ulhasnagar, Is such nonsense allowed in name of entertainment? This happened on busy Ulhasnagar Sec-17 main signal.Request to take strict action lncluding deletion of social media contents to avoid others doing more nonsense in public. pic.twitter.com/BcleC95cxa— WeDeserveBetterGovt.🇮🇳 (@ItsAamAadmi) May 15, 2023"@DGPMaharashtra @ThaneCityPolice This is ulhasnagar, Is such nonsense allowed in name of entertainment? This happened on busy Ulhasnagar Sec-17 main signal. Request to take strict action lncluding deletion of social media contents to avoid others doing more nonsense in public," reads the caption of the post. PromotedListen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.comResponding to the same, the Thane City Police tweeted, "Your information has been reported to Traffic Control Room, Thane for necessary action."The man in the video is Adarsh Shukla, a YouTuber from Mumbai. He took to Instagram and apologised to Mumbai Police for not following the traffic rules of wearing a helmet while driving a two-wheeler. He said in his Instagram Story, "A video in which I am driving an Activa while taking a bath is going viral on social media. However, I was not wearing a helmet while doing so and that was my biggest mistake.'He also urged his followers to wear helmets while driving. Mr Shukla said that he will pay the fine for not following the rules. "Please do not spread misinformation that I am getting arrested. I made a mistake and will pay the fine for the same," he said on his Instagram story.
Police said the incident occurred on May 11 night. (Representational)Thane: Three men allegedly beat a stray dog to death outside a housing society in Mira Road area in Thane district of Maharashtra, following which a criminal case was registered, police said on Tuesday.Police said the incident occurred on May 11 night in front of a housing society when a man lifted the dog and banged it on the ground, while another man strangled the canine with a rope and a third one beat it with a stick. The brutal incident was captured on the CCTV camera, a police official said.A case was registered against the three under section 429 (Mischief by killing or maiming cattle etc.) of the Indian Penal Code, the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, and the Maharashtra Police Act on a complaint lodged by a resident of the housing society.PromotedListen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.comNobody is arrested so far.(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)
The man visited his wife who lived with the victim in Diva area, police said. (Representational)Thane: A 23-year-old man has been arrested in Thane of Maharashtra for allegedly killing a 19-year-old woman during a fight with his estranged wife in the early hours of Monday, an official said.The accused and his wife were staying separately due to differences between them.On Sunday night, the man visited his wife who lived with the victim in Diva area, he said.However, the couple got into a fight around 3 am. The man pulled out a knife and attacked his wife. When the victim tried to save her, the accused stabbed her to death, the official said.PromotedListen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.comAfter being alerted by locals, police arrested the man from Diva and admitted his wife to a hospital, he added.(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)