Posted On: Monday, June 25, 2012

Manipur girl Tanya rape case in Dwarka-Delhi (Episode 83 on 10 Feb 2012)

Delhi, always known as the most unsafe city for Females. The case is about a Middle East Manipur 20 year girl Tanya who works in a spa center.

A night after getting delayed form her shift, Tanya was waiting for a conveyance to her Hostel. On the way, a man named Vikas offers her lift to drop her safely to her place. Tanya agrees and after few minutes Vikas stops his car near a Jungle.

Police get to know that Vikas's real name is Sameer Punj and visits his home. Sameer's wife tells police that Sameer is out of the town for his office tour.
The real cause of Dwarka - New Delhi.
Click here for the crime patrol version

also the NDTV coverage of the case with video.


video
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Original episode is removed by Set India but its Bengali Version is available

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Posted On: Saturday, June 23, 2012

Mentally challenged Indian released from Lahore (Pakistan) jail after 2 years (Episode 121, 122 on 22, 23 Jun 2012)


Tukaram Karpe is a Factory worker. He loses his mental balance when his factory shuts down in 1996. He still get up early morning and prepares himself for factory work even the factory is closed.
In 2010 suddenly tukaram disappears when his son brings him to a psychiatrist. His son and family tries everything to get him back but they does not find anything.

After one and a half  year his family gets a letter from a reporter from Panjab. The letter describes that tukaram is now in a jail of Lahore (Pakistan) and that reporter gets this info from another prisoner relived from the same jail. The letter contains another letter from tukaram itself.

See here the real life incident with crime patrol version of the case. Here is a real life photo of Tukaram Karpe (Real name Bhanudas Karale)


http://thrill-suspense.blogspot.com/2012/06/crime-patrol-mentally-challenged-man.html

YouTube (Bangla):
Part 1: www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zi02pEQ6pU
Part 2: www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJQkykRR4-E

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Posted On: Sunday, June 17, 2012

Man planned fake murder of own to take revenge from his wife (16th, 17th Jun 2012)

Suresh is a Cab driver who supplies water. He always suspects his wife for having relationships with his old childhood friend Raju, while his wife always says he is wrong.

Suresh plans his own murder with the help of his friend Vikas. One day suddenly Suresh and Raju's sister disappears. After few days 2 days old distracted body found in a pond at Faridabad. Suresh's family and wife recognize him as his body.










The case reopens when Suresh's cousin saw one day Suresh driving a Van.

Watch and read crime patrol version with the real story here-
http://thrill-suspense.blogspot.com/2012/06/crime-patrol-episode-119-on-15-jun-2012.html



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Posted On: Sunday, June 10, 2012

Double attack on Dr. Om Prakash Tiwari (Telecasted on 9th Jun 2012)



MNREGA or MGNREGA

Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act


Dr. Om Prakash Tiwari  is a Homeopath as well as a Congress worker in Sonbhadra District of UP. He tried to expose some malpractice committed about the fund of MNREGA scheme and was attacked by 2 times.

2nd time he was shot when he was returning to home from the market on his scooter. He got some minor injuries at his head in this attack and was Immediately taken to the hospital

Based on the true case of Dr. Amarnath Panday

Fine full detail and Crime Patrol Episode here:
http://thrill-suspense.blogspot.com/2012/06/crime-patrol-dr-amarnath-homeopath-by.html



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Posted On: Friday, June 8, 2012

Art teacher Mahima Arya harassed by School Principal at Army Public School, Jaipur (Ep 117, 118 on 8 Jun 2012)





Mahima Arya (played by Pyumori Mehta) is a School teacher shifted from Lucknow to Jaipur and joined Army Public School as a Art teacher.

Principal Piyush harasses her. All lady teachers of the school take action against him. Most of the school teachers start getting their Termination letters. Even the salary of a lady peon also stops by the school.

A true story based on Jaipur Army Public School case.

VIDEO
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Other Tags: A.K. Antony, army, art, arya, charge, chaudhary, harassment, increment, jaipur, leave, LUCKNOW, mahima arya, piyush, principal, Public, school, teacher, worker

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Posted On: Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Lesson: 13 year boy Dilshan murder Case at Chennai Cantonment (Episode 79, 80 on 27th, 28th January 2012)


On July 3, 2011, a 13-year-old boy shot dead while he was trying to steal some almond form an almond tree situated inside the Chennai cantonment area (Shown as Bairagarh, Bhopal). After his death, Chief Minister Jayalalitha announced a compensation of Rupee 5 lakh to his parents from the chief minister relief fund.
After 7 days of hard investigation finally, CB-CID (lead played by Harsh Khurana) cracked the case. R Shekhar, ADG, CB-CID informed media that Ex-Army officer confessed of killing Dilshan. Retired Lt Col Kandasamy Ramraj shot Dilson with his own private rifle.

The case took less than 1 year of getting justice. Chennai high court decided Life imprisonment to Col. Kandasamy Ramraj.

inside story
YouTube

Read and Watch the full story here-
http://thrill-suspense.blogspot.com/2012/01/crime-patrol-13-yr-old-boy-shot-dead.html

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Posted On: Sunday, June 3, 2012

Boy spent 1 year in jail for stealing only 200 rupees!



A story of Delhi where a boy caught stealing 200 rupees and spent 1 year under trial in jail because he dint have 10,000 money for his warranty (Zamaanat)!

Read the real story behind this Ajab Des Ki Gazab Kahani...
http://thrill-suspense.blogspot.com/2012/05/crime-patrol-boy-spends-one-year-in.html




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Posted On: Saturday, June 2, 2012

Prakash shekhawat murder case (Episode 115, 116 - 1st, 2nd June 2012)


The case is also portrayed on Color's Shaitaan - A Criminal Mind


A real case of District Umaria (Madhya Pradesh)
Here you go-
http://thrill-suspense.blogspot.com/2012/06/crime-patrolepisode-115-1-jun-2012.html


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