Homeless dies in road accident
New Delhi: A homeless man died and another injured after they were hit during a road accident in Kashmere Gate area on Wednesday night. Police have arrested the errant driver in the case.
The investigating agency said that they are identifying the deceased as he was homeless whereas another person was receiving treatment in the hospital.
Police said that the accused in the case said that he was coming to North Delhi from North East Delhi's Seelampur area.
"When he reached the Kashmiri Gate area a small turn was there on the road and suddenly a truck came. The accused lost the control and hit the divider then turn turtle. In the whole incident, two homeless persons sleeping on the street were injured in the case," police said.
The investigating agency further added that the victims have rushed hospital where one of them died whereas another person is receiving treatment.
Police arrested the accused in the case. When asked whether he was drunk a senior officer replied that they have not found any liquior traces. The accused in the case works in the factory.
A case has been registered and further investigation in the case is going on. Meanwhile, the city police have launched searched for the identification of the deceased person as he was homeless.
ASI dismissed from services in Barapullah incident
An assistant sub inspector was dismissed from the services by Delhi Police. The city police found him guilty in a case where a news channel crew attacked while they were going on an assignment in South Delhi. The assistant sub inspector identified as Jitender was posted with Sarojini Nagar market police station. "He was found guilty during preliminary enquiry," police said.
The incident took place on the intervening night of June 9-10, when the TV journalist, was going on Barapulla flyover towards INA market in the office cab with his crew and driver for an assignment. When two accused fired at their vehicle in robbery bid
In the case police arrested two persons identified, Tayyab (23), a resident of Shahdara in East Delhi and Shahid (20), a resident of Kabir Nagar.
With the arrest of the duo, police claimed to have solved 20 cases.