Man commits suicide in Hansapuri
Nagpur: It has been reported that a 35-year-old man committed suicide by hanging himself on this Tuesday in Tehsil area. Mayur Rajendra Kalanbe, a resident of Hansapuri, was found hanging in his house around 4 in the evening. His family members took him to Mayo Hospital where doctors declared Rajendra brought dead. And it is being told that the Tehsil Police has started the investigation by registering the case under Section 174 of the Code of Criminal Procedure.
Insurance agent Scam Rs 23.60 lakh fraud
Nagpur: Pardi police on Wednesday registered a case against an agent working in Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) against an agent for defrauding a relative of more than Rs 23 lakh 60 thousand. And tell that the accused Vinod Ramchandra Agent Hivarkar (50) lives in Hasanbagh, Nandanvan. Kishore Jeetram Thawle (50), a resident of Plot No. 152 and Lane No. 2, Bhavani Nagar, Kishor Jeetram Thawle (50) filed a complaint that Hiwarkar, who is his relative, had won his trust earlier. And Rs.60,000 from them, Rs.6,14,240 from them in the name of LIC policies. ‘Bhisi’, and took a loan of up to Rs 15 lakh on his plot between December 14, 2014 and April 5, 2021. He has also taken a cash loan of Rs 1.86 lakh from several persons by misusing his name. Similarly, the guilty person cheated him to the tune of Rs 23,60, 240.
Based on the complaint, the police have registered a case against Vinod Hiwarkar under sections 420 and 406 of the Indian Penal Code.
Cops book father-son duo for assaulting relative
Nagpur: It has been reported that Hingna police have registered a case against a man and one of his sons for thrashing their close relative with sticks and sticks on Tuesday over a land dispute. And tell that the accused’s son’s name is Sandeep Chandrabhan Pawar (29) and his father’s name is Chandrabhan Tajnul Pawar (66), both the accused are residents of Ward No. 1, Hingna in Shesh Nagar. Chandrabhan’s Shankar is a person named Tajnul Pawar who is the younger brother of the accused. There was a dispute with him regarding the measurement and demarcation of the share of agricultural land. Chandrabhan and his son Sandeep had a fight with Shankar Pawar in their house about this matter at around 8.20 pm. After this, Chandrabhan and Sandeep started hitting Shankar with sticks, injuring him in a bad way. Following the complaint of the injured Shankar, the police registered a case against the father and the son under sections 324 (injury to any person by dangerous weapons or means) and 34 (acts done by many persons with common intention) of the IPC. Further investigation is on.