400 gm of gold recovered in Rohtak
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The Haryana Police on Wednesday recovered 400-gm gold, which was part of the 1.1-kg gold allegedly looted by two criminals from a jeweller near Meham, Rohtak, last month. "The gold has been recovered after it was identified by both the accused arrested in the case. We have also identified the other accused involved in the case, and raids are being conducted to nab them," a state police spokesperson said.
13-year-old makes use of 1091 helpline
Chandigarh: The Haryana Police on Wednesday arrested a Karnal resident on charges of harassing a 13-year-old girl in Indri, Karnal. According to the police, the victim called the police on the women helpline number, 1091, on Tuesday night, and lodged a complaint against Pinku. The girl alleged that on Tuesday morning while she was on her way to school, Pinku stopped her and harassed her. She further alleged that her parents informed the village panchayat, but no action was taken.
3 minor girls missing, case registered
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Chandigarh: The Punjab Congress on Wednesday lashed out at the ruling Akali Dal for shifting base from Chandigarh to Delhi for the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Managing Committee (DGMC) elections, virtually rendering the government dysfunctional. "The government should have declared an official holiday at the civil secretariat. People came here for their work, but were disappointed to find the office empty," party general secretary Arvind Khanna said.