07032018-CT-01.qxd 3/7/2018 12:29 AM Page 1 c m y b cHANDIGARH TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY | 7 MARCH 2018 | CHANDIGARH Hindi paper easy City-Pune direct flight Eye on Asian Cup Students find CBSE Class X Hindi language question paper fairly easy, expect a good score. P2 Jet Airways announces a direct flight from Chandigarh to Pune from March 26. P3 Will give our best in the Asian Cup, says India goalkeeper Gurpreet Sandhu. P6 FORECAST MAINLY CLEAR SKY | MAX 28°C MIN 13°C | YESTERDAY MAX 27.3°C MIN 13°C | SUNSET WEDNESDAY 6:25 PM SUNRISE THURSDAY 6:41 AM Woman, daughter create ruckus at Mountview Misbehave with hotel employees over food, break crockery Tribune News Service Chandigarh, March 6 High drama was witnessed at Hotel Mountview in Sector 10 when a woman and her daughter allegedly created a ruckus after they entered into an altercation with the hotel staff over food. The duo also broke crockery at the hotel. The police were informed about the incident, who initiated an investigation. The women were identified as Rani Kataria (57) and her daughter Swati Kataria (35), residents of Karnal. Sources said Swati was an advocate. Anurag Walia, General Manager of the hotel, said both women arrived at the hotel cafeteria for breakfast. “Without any reason, they started misbehaving with the staff and hurled abuses at them,” Walia said. The women then broke crockery and even threw a plate at one of the staff members. A security woman of the hotel tried to control the women after which they allegedly manhandled the security woman, Baljinder A staff member of Hotel Mountview, Sector 10, shows the place where the two women created a ruckus on Tuesday morning. TRIBUNE PHOTO: MANOJ MAHAJAN HURLED ABUSES, PLATE AT STAFF: GM Anurag Walia, General Manager of Hotel Mountview, said both women arrived at the hotel cafeteria for breakfast. He said without any reason, they started misbehaving with the staff and hurled abuses at them. The women then broke crockery and even threw a plate at one of the staff members. Kaur, who received injuries. The hotel management then informed the police, who rushed to the spot and took both women into custody. “The CCTV footage of the incident shows that both women were at fault,” Walia said. The sources said Swati received injuries on her hand after which she was admitted to Government Multi-Specialty Hospital (GMSH), Sector 16. Some advocates also reached the hospital after getting infor- mation about the incident. Inspector Sher Singh, SHO of the Sector 3 police station, said the police took both women to the hospital for a medical examination where they complained about illness and got admitted. “At present, no case has been registered against them and the matter is under investigation,” the SHO said. A DDR has been lodged at the Sector 3 police station and the police have impounded their car. c m y b Two women caught Cops file challan against with gold in rectum Bunny in assault case Tribune News Service Mohali, March 6 In a rare case, the Customs Department caught two women passengers carrying over 800 gm of gold, reportedly worth Rs 25 lakh, in their rectum at the Chandigarh international airport today. The passengers have been identified as Amandeep Kaur (25) from Amritsar and Sumanjit Kaur (27) from Batala. An official said on condition of anonymity that one of them was carrying four gold biscuits, weighing 466 gm, while the other was carrying three gold biscuits, weighing 355 gm. “This is the first case of women attempting to smuggle gold in their rectum,” the official said. Customs officials said the women arrived at the airport on an IndiGo flight from Dubai in the morning. Sources said the women were apprehended as their body language appeared suspicious while passing through the green channel. They were subsequently frisked and continued on page 3 Chandigarh, on surety bonds of March 6 Rs 30,000. Nearly 10 months The Sections after having regisincluded in the tered an FIR challan are the against former same as those in MLA Jasjit Singh the FIR — SecBunny in an tions 341, 325 and assault case in Sec506 of the IPC. tor 9, the UT police Jasjit Singh Bunny Bunny was already have finally filed a out on bail. Accordchallan in the case. ing to the challan, on NovemWhile the alleged assault is ber 25, 2016, Bunny, in an inesaid to have taken place in briated state, assaulted a November 2016, the FIR was security guard of his mother. registered after six months. The complainant, Prakash Bunny appeared in the court Chand, had stated that he continued on page 3 today and was let off on bail GST pinches shoe shop owner SDM orders FIR against him for not passing on benefit to consumer Ramkrishan Upadhyay Tribune News Service Chandigarh, March 6 In a first in the country, the court of Sub-Divisional Magistrate (Centre) Virat has issued an order for filing an FIR against the owner of a shoe shop for not passing on the benefit of a reduction in the GST to a consumer under the anti-profiting rules. The order was passed on a complaint filed by advocate Ajay Jagga against Metro LACK OF AWARENESS NO EXCUSE In the order, the SDM said the plea of the shop owner that he was not aware of the notification was not convincing and also not legally sustainable as the notification was already displayed for the public. Shoes Limited, Sector 17. While pronouncing the order, the SDM sent the complaint, along with a copy of the order and the entire record, to the SHO, Sector 17, for lodging an FIR under Section 188 against the owner of the shop and to put up the matter before the competent court for further action. In the complaint, Jagga sought punishment under Section 188 of the IPC for disobedience of the prohibitory orders issued by the District Magistrate for not passing on the benefit of the GST to him. The Centre had issued the anti-profiting notification in November 2017 for giving the benefit of a reduction in the GST to consumers. Chandigarh was the first city in the country where District Magistrate Ajit Balaji Joshi continued on page 6
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