03102022-TT-01.qxd 10/2/2022 11:06 PM Page 1 13 CHANDIGARH | GURUGRAM | JALANDHAR | BATHINDA | VOL. 142 NO. 273 | 14 PAGES | ~5.00 | REGD. NO. CHD/0006/2021-2023 ESTABLISHED IN 1881 HIMACHAL PRADESH UDHAMPUR BLAST CASE CRACKED, ONE ARRESTED J&K PAK GOVT APPROVES LEGAL ACTION AGAINST IMRAN KHAN WORLD /thetribunechd REVIEW INCENTIVES TO ENSURE ‘MORE CROP PER DROP’ INFOCUS WANTED CONSENSUS ON NOMINEE, THAROOR SAID NO: KHARGE BACK PAGE monday | 3 october 2022 /thetribunechd www.tribuneindia.com Accused Tinu gives Mansa cops the slip MOOSEWALA KILLING Ahead of Shah’s visit, ultras kill cop, injure CRPF man CIA in-charge arrested, dismissed from service Samaan Lateef Sukhmeet Bhasin Tribune News Service Mansa, October 2 An accused in the Sidhu Moosewala murder case, gangster Deepak Tinu, who is said to be an accomplice of gangster Lawrence Bishnoi, escaped from the custody of the CIA unit of the Mansa police late night. An alert has been issued in the state and a manhunt launched to nab the accused. A team of the AntiGangster Task Force, led by AIG Gurmeet Chauhan, was rushed to Mansa. The police of neighbouring states, including Rajasthan and Haryana, have been alerted and a possible hideout was raided by the police in Sirsa, Haryana, today, sources said. AIG Gurmeet Chauhan and Mansa SSP Gaurav Toora said on September 27, the Mansa police had brought Tinu on a production warrant from the Goindwal Sahib jail in Tarn Taran district for interrogation in another murder case that took place at Sardulgarh in 2019. They said Mansa CIA in- Accused Deepak Tinu NO HOPE OF JUSTICE: MOOSEWALA’S MOTHER Sidhu Moosewala’s mother Charan Kaur has accused the government of providing facilities to gangsters in jail after gangster Tinu fled from custody. She said she had no hope of justice charge Prithpal Singh had been arrested for his alleged role in the escape. IGP (Bathinda Range) MS Chinna said, “Efforts are being continued on page 10 STADIUM STAMPEDE: Fans run riot after a football match between Arema FC and Persebaya at Kanjuruhan Stadium in Indonesia. At least 174 people were killed in the incident. REUTERS INSIDE In Haryana’s textile city, 6Lworkers plan to leave Mulayam shifted to Medanta Hospital ICU Mukesh Tandon GURUGRAM: Ex-Uttar Pradesh Tribune News Service Panipat, October 2 With the local textile industrial units lying shut for two days over their failure to meet the pollution norms set by the Commission for Air Quality Management (CAQM), over 6 lakh labourers are fearing loss of livelihood. Sources say in the eventuality of the mills shutting down for long, the labourers will start migrating to their native places. Over 500 units, which relied on coal boilers, were shut earlier this year following revised pollution norms. With fresh CAQM norms, which require the industry to shift UNITS SHUT OVER GREEN NORMS ■ Industrial units lying shut for two days over failure to meet pollution norms ■ Fearing loss of work, 6 lakh labourers may start migrating to their native places ■ Mulling protest against norms, owners say exodus will make things worse for them IN BRIEF CM and Samajwadi Party patron Mulayam Singh was shifted to Medanta Hospital ICU on Sunday after his health deteriorated. PTI Bihar’s Agri Minister Sudhakar Singh quits PATNA: Bihar Agriculture Minister Sudhakar Singh, who often embarrassed the Nitish Kumar government by his outspokenness, has resigned. PTI Srinagar, October 2 On the eve of Home Minister Amit Shah’s visit to J&K, a policeman was killed and a CRPF constable injured when militants attacked a joint checkpost laid by security forces in Pulwama district. The attack came hours after a Lashkar-e-Toiba militant was killed in an encounter in Shopian after a three-hour operation. The police said the militants targeted the check post at 3pm. “Terrorists fired upon a joint naka party of the CRPF and police at Pinglena, Pulwama. In the terror attack, one policeman got martyred and one CRPF man got injured,” Kashmir Zone Target checkpost in Pulwama A search operation underway in Pinglena area of Pulwama. AMIN WAR ATTACK HOURS AFTER ULTRA SHOT IN SHOPIAN ■ Checkpost attack came hours after a Lashkar militant was killed in an encounter in Shopian after a 3-hour operation Police said in a tweet. The slain policemen has been identified as constable Javid India's Mars Orbiter craft quietly bids adieu BENGALURU: India’s Mars Orbiter craft has run out fuel & its battery drained, fuelling fears that ‘Mangalyaan’ may have completed its innings. INSIDE ■ All PM Package Employees Forum said the attack on the forces deployed for Pandits proved minorities were unsafe Ahmad Dar. The injured paramilitary soldier was continued on page 10 3% HP mishaps due to lack of guard rails Bhanu P Lohumi Tribune News Service to green fuel, kicking in from October 1, a large number of units are facing closure. Suman Jha, general secretary, Purvanchal Kalyan Samiti, said most units hire continued on page 10 VALLEY STILL UNSAFE: PM PACKAGE STAFF Shimla, October 2 Even as tough topography and serpentine roads pose a challenge to motorists and lead to road accidents in the hill state, only 3 per cent mishaps in the last five years MISSING BARRIERS were attributed to blind turns and lack of parapet/crash barriers. At least 13,740 mishaps took place in the state from 2017 to 2021. Of these, 389 occurred at black spots lacking crash barriers. Ajay Gupta, Engineer-inChief, PWD, said, “Though only a small percentage of accidents occurred at blind continued on page 10
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