Annoyed over continues mental and physical torture, a woman along with her two sons, killed her estranged husband in Kotwali area on Thursday evening.
The deceased has been identified asÂ Ravindra alias Ravi Adulkar (49), a resident of Hingna.
According to the sources, the accused wife Raveena alias Usha (48), her two sons Akshay (25) and Abhishek, killed Ravindra with an iron rod and bricks.
The sources further added that the deceased used to torture his family. He used to beat Usha in front of his sons. On Thursday, Ravindra started abusing Usha, the argument heated up and in the fit of rage Usha with his sons stabbed Ravinder with an iron rod. All the accused then smashed his head with bricks killing him on the spot.
Following the information, the Kotwali police reached to the spot and sent the body for autopsy. All the accused have been booked under sections 302, 34 of the IPC.
Ajni police arrests two for illegal smuggling of liquor
Ajni police on Friday arrested two Wardha based men for illegal smuggling of liquor worth Rs 4.5 lakh. The accused have been identified as Junaid Sheik Kareem Sheik (21) and Sanjay alias Lala Sunilrao Barahate (29).
As per the details, few days back the squad of Ajni police comprising PSI S B Champpe, constables Sidhharth, Shailesh and Bhagwati was on patrolling duty when they received a tip-off that a Toyota Corola car MH/02/BG/1670 carrying liquor illegally was approaching the city.
The cops subsequently, laid a trap near Shri Nagar square. When the vehicle approached the spot, cops asked the driver to stop. However, the driver somehow managed to avert the police and fled away from the spot.Â Police chased the vehicle and caught it at the next square with boxes of liquors.
The accused who managed to flee, were arrestedÂ from Wardha and has been booked under relevant sections of the IPC.
Trickster brothers dupe Unique Agro Processors India Ltd of Rs 3 crore
Ambazari police have rounded-up two Ramdaspeth brothers working with Unique Agro Processors India Ltd to dupe their own company of Rs 3 crore on the pretext of organising a meeting of board members of the company.
The accused identified as Gopal (52) and Sanjay Laxmanrao Kondalwar (48) have been booked under Sections 467,468, 469, 420, 471, 34 of the IPC.
According to police sources, the accused duo furnished fabricated documents and also signed the papers on behalf of companyâ€™s ex-chairman and managing directors and siphoned off Rs 3 crore in the account of Jagdamba Real Estate Ltd.
Following the complaint by Kushal Mahadevrao Gedam (85), a resident of Plot. No. 16, Bharat Nagar, Ambazari police registered a case of fraud. Further probe is on.Â
Youth molests minor girl under Kotwali police
In a shameful act an unidentified youth (aged between18-20) reportedly molested a 15-year-old girl by forcefully holding her hand and behaving objectionably with her on Thursday afternoon.
Cops have booked the anonymous accused under Sections 354 (A) and Sub-sections 12 POCSO Act 2012 and launched the manhunt for the accused.
According to police sources, the victim was returning home, when at around 4 pm, the accused started teasing her and forced to have a talk with him. However when the girl refused, he allegedly hold her and misbehaved with her.
Soon as the survivor reached home, she narrated the incident to her parents, following which they rushed to Kotwali police station.
Fraudsters dupe PNB, Mankapur of Rs 23.7 lakh
A group of fraudsters duped Punjab National Bank (PNB), near Mankapur square to the tune of Rs 23.7 lakh by using dummy cheque for the transaction.
Mankapur police have booked accused Sagar Kohle, Lotiram Deo, Swapnil Subash, Shweta Pushpkumar Hazare, Nitin Narayan Nikhade, Jyotiram Deo and others under sections 420, 465, 471, 34, 120 (B) of the IPC.
According to police sources, in April this year, Sagar deposited a cheque of Rs 23.7 lakh in his a Mankapur based PNB account. The cheque was issued in the name of Sanjaykumar Singh, a customer of PNB, Aurangabad. Owing to hefty sums, the bank officials called up Singh to cross check the authenticity of the transaction to which he gave his nod and the transaction was processed.
However, the fraud came to into light when the bank officials investigated and found that the transaction was made though dummy cheques.
Following the compliant of bank official Shital Vinod Khulsam (37), police have booked all the accused. Further probe is on.