Thieves get away with jewelry, coins from houses in Pinjore


Panchkula: Two cases of burglary have been registered in Pinjore on Tuesday. Thieves decamped with cash and jewelry from two homes. In the primary case, Amta Samyat, a resident of Abdullahpur, suggested to the police that he left home for his workplace at 8 a.m. while lower back, he determined that all the locks of his house had been damaged. He also discovered that the almirah’s locks in his residence were also damaged. Upon checking, he found gold earrings, a gold ring, a silver bangle, a silver anklet, a silver chain, two gold ear pair units, and other stolen items.

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The police reached immediately and registered a case beneath sections 380 (theft in a dwelling house, etc.) and 454 (lurking residence-trespass or house-breaking, which will dedicate offense punishable with imprisonment) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) at Pinjore police station. ASI Raj Pal, research officer, stated: “We are investigating the problem.” Another complaint changed to the law enforcement officials via Smita Tigga, a Model Town, Pinjore resident. She complained to the police that at 10.30 am, she and her sister went to the workplace. When she got back domestic, she discovered that the locks of the house had been broken and gadgets, along with a gold chain, three sets of gold ear jewelry, a silver chain, silver ear earrings, Rs 20,000 in coins, a 10-gram silver biscuit, amongst different objects were stolen from the residence.

The police registered a case under sections 380 and 454 of the IPC at Pinjore police station. The police stated: “We have registered a case and are investigating the matter.” MOHALI: To lessen illegal mining pastime going unabated in Mohali district, deputy commissioner Gurpreet Kaur Sapra issued orders for the officers to test illicit interest mining here on Tuesday. The officials have been directed to submit daily records or face movements. She additionally appointed a DSP-stage officer to monitor the operation of the officers deputed at the mining check posts, and the SDMs have also been asked to post reports on a daily foundation from their respective jurisdictions.
DC Sapra also issued a duty roster concerning officers’ appointments from various departments to represent groups for setting up check posts to test illegal mining activity inside the district.

She stated the sub-divisional magistrates (SDMs) might be the general in costs to check the teams constituted to prevent illegal miners’ movement of sand, gravel, and mud. Sapra said: “It has been located that some of the officials aren’t performing their obligations religiously to test the threat. So, SDM and DSP-level officials have been appointed to preserve a strict vigil on the groups’ operations. The police have been told to give security to the teams checking illegal miners. They were asked to submit reviews daily. If they do not comply with the orders now, they may face action.”

The DC said all officers would post their reports at mohalidra215@gmail.Com electronic mail identification. She said everyone should file illegal mining pastime at the stated email, and movement would be taken.
In July, the final 12 months, Deputy Commissioner Gurpreet Kaur Sapra conducted surprise assessments at unlawful mining websites in Khizrabad village underneath the Kharar sub-division. The DC said she realized that over four hundred acres of woodland land had been dug up around 50 feet, and 35 to forty stone crushers were operating within the vicinity. She stated she raided the location following court cases filed using citizens of villages in and around unlawful mining sites.

The DC has deployed over a dozen officers to check mining interests in Kharar, Mullanpur, Derabassi, and Lalru subdivisions. They have also been assigned dates to test the mining sites and put up their file. There has been no respite from unlawful miners. The DC has also banned the digging of basements without permission. However, the activity goes on with impunity.