BHOPAL: A 35-year-old married woman was stabbed by her husband with a sharp-edged weapon as she refused him to provide money for liquor at Rahul Nagar under Kamla Nagar police station area on Thursday afternoon. She was rushed to JP Hospital from where she was referred to Hamidia Hospital. Her condition was reported stable. Police said the incident took place at around 1 pm while accused Kisanlal (40) demanded money from his wife Mohan Bai who works as housemaid but she refused to provide the money after which Kishanlal started abusing her and exchanged heated argument that soon turned bloody.

Later the accused took out a knife and stabbed the victim in her neck. The victim raised an alarm for help and feared of being caught by the locals and neighbours the accused escaped and is still missing. Police said the accused used to sell vegetables but for the past few days he had not gone to work.It would be investigated if the accused was demanding money or the attack was fuelled due to some other reason, told the police.

Loot attempt on woman cricketer: 2 held

TT Nagar police, on Thursday claimed to have solved the case of foiled attempt of loot with a woman cricketer and her mother on May 3 near Vishal Fitness Centre with the arrest of two miscreants.ASP Zone-1 Dileep Singh Tomar said the arrested Yogesh alias Pappi Bakodkar and Akash Sethi were habitual criminals and several criminal cases including attempt to murder, loot, vehicle lifting and Arms Act were registered against them and both came in contact during imprisonment and later became good friends.

On May 3, while the victim Shweta Mishra (22) former captain of women’s cricket team was on her way home along with mother Alka Mishra riding scooty after purchasing medicine at around 11pm. While they crossed Tarun Pushkar, two bike-borne youths attempted to snatch away the purse from her and in the process Shweta and her mother sustained injuries after falling on the road.

Later, based on the complaint of the victim girl, the police registered a case of attempt to loot against both the accused and launched a manhunt to nab them.The police team investigating into the matter later came to know that both the accused had fled to Nagpur on excuse of attending a marriage ceremony following which the police team was waiting for their come back to Bhopal.

Subsequently, the police received a tip-off that both the accused were spotted standing at Link-road no 1 after which the police came into action and nabbed them.

6 held for betting

In a series of nabbing bookies active in the city, Gautam Nagar police raided a house and nabbed as many as half-a-dozen persons from a house in Rajgarh colony late on Wednesday night. The police have also recovered betting slips of several lakhs, Rs 7,600, LCD TV, set-top box, recorder and mobiles from their possession. Arrested persons have been identified as Rashid Khan (27), Sahab Ali (30), Ashish Asthana (37), Lal Miyan (40), Arif Rajaaq (19) and Shahid Khan (25).

Police raided the house after getting information of betting on IPL match between Mumbai Indian and Kolkata Night Riders in the house of Arif.

Elderly man kills self

An elderly man committed suicide by hanging himself from the ceiling fan in his house located at Ayodhya Nagar locality in the wee hours of Thursday.The incident came to light as his wife spotted the hanging body and later informed the other family members who in turn called the police. Police said the deceased was identified as Manmohan Singh (75), son of Amar Singh, a resident of Archana Campus in Ayodhya Nagar and was a retired employee from Health Department in Uttar Pradesh.

Police further said as the deceased did not have any son, the couple were residing with their daughter and son-in-law from past couple of years. However no suicide note has been recovered from the spot that could throw light on the reason behind taking the extreme step.

Subsequently, the police have registered a case under section 174 of CrPc and later sent the body of deceased for the post-mortem.

Man applies for passport using fake rent agreement; held

The Ashoka Garden police, on Thursday, arrested a person for producing fake rent agreement at passport office while applying for his passport and booked him on the charge of fraud. The fraud came to light when the police reached at the given address of the accused for verification.

Police said that using fake documents, the accused got made a rent agreement of the house of another person and later also voter ID card. The arrested accused was identified as Arvind Pathak, who basically hails from Lalitpur and currently was residing in city at one of the relatives’ house.

The accused got made the rent agreement of a house located at Indraprasth Colony and owned by Hari Singh Patel, who works at Passport Office. Later the accused applied for passport and produced that agreement as residence proof. But during verification of address proof it came into light that the accused got made rental agreement without knowledge of House owner Hari Singh. Subsequently police lodged a case of fraud and took the accused into custody.

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