07062022-CT-01.qxd 6/7/2022 1:00 AM Page 1 c m y b Chandigarh TRIBUNE TUESDAY | 7 JUNE 2022 | CHANDIGARH PAGE 2 16 UT HERITAGE ITEMS TO BE AUCTIONED IN PARIS SOON Sixteen heritage items of the UT, designed by Pierre Jeanneret and Le Corbusier, to go under the hammer. FORECAST MAINLY CLEAR SKY P’KULA MOHALI POSITIVE 92,551 44,379 96,074 RECOVERED 91,251 43,940 94,882 NEW CASES 12 7 8 ACTIVE 135 25 43 CHANGE 4 2 2 DEATHS 1,165 414 1,149 NEW 0 0 0 AIR QUALITY INDEX PANCHKULA 104 MOHALI 123 401-500 301-400 201-300 101-200 51-100 0-50 SEVERE VERY POOR POOR MODERATE SATISFACTORY GOOD INBRIEF DANIPS-CADRE COUPLE SHIFTED Chandigarh: DANIPS-cadre couple Deepak Yadav and Rashmi Sharma Yadav have been transferred from Chandigarh to Delhi. Deepak was posted as the OSD (Vigilance), while his wife was posted as the DSP, Cyber Crime Investigation Cell. Two other DANIPS-cadre officers, Vikas Sheokhand and A Venkatesh, have been transferred from Delhi to Chandigarh. TNS MOHALI RESIDENT BOOKED FOR RAPE Chandigarh: The UT police have booked a Mohali resident for allegedly raping a woman on the pretext of marrying her. He has been identified as Saravjeet Singh. The police said the suspect raped the woman at a hotel. An FIR was registered by the UT police following a communication from the Haryana Police where the victim had lodged a complaint. The victim told the police that she was engaged to the suspect. He called her to a hotel and raped her. Later, he refused to marry her. A case has been registered at the Sector 36 police station. TNS 12 get virus in city CHANDIGARH: The city witnessed 12 fresh Covid cases on Monday, taking the active caseload to 135. While there was no fresh fatality, 10 patients recovered from the disease. The virus has claimed 1,165 lives in the city so far. TNS 7 infected in P’kula Haryana embark on gold spree with wrestlers making a mark, go past Maharashtra in the medal tally. SUNRISE WEDNESDAY 5:21 AM NIA takes over probe, registers fresh FIR Chandigarh, June 6 The investigation into the case of explosives found near the boundary wall of Burail Jail in Sector 51 on April 23 has been transferred to National Investigation Agency (NIA), the premier anti-terror organisation. The NIA has registered a fresh FIR under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act and initiated a probe. Police sources said all files related to the probe carried out by the UT police had been handed over to NIA officials. “They will carry forward the investigation from where we left,” said a police official. An improvised explosive device (IED) comprising a tiffin, detonator and burning Codex wire was found by a team of the operations cell during checking outside the boundary wall of the jail on April 23, following which a case was registered at the Sector 49 police station. The jail complex also houses the regional headquarters of the NIA. The IED was covered by a FACEBOOK/CHANDIGARHTRIBUNE IED WAS FOUND NEAR BOUNDARY WALL An improvised explosive device (IED) comprising a tiffin, detonator and burning Codex wire was found by a team of the operations cell during checking outside the boundary wall of the jail on April 23, following which a case was registered at the Sector 49 police station. <
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