Posted On: Saturday, September 28, 2013

Mukhota: Did Balwant plan to fake own murder? (Episode 298, 299 on 27, 28 Sep 2013)

Mukotha
मुखौटा

Amritsar police finds dead body of a 30-32 year old man whose head is brutually trample by a big rock. Police also finds a voter id card inside his pocket which has a mobile number on its backside.Voterid shows name of the man Batwant (real name Gurnam Singh played by Ujjwal Chopra). Police calls his mobile number and finds that it is Balwant's mobile number.
Balwant is a history sheeter and has few cases on him. After the investigation starts, police is sure that this is not body of Balwant and he is planning his fake murder.




YouTube:
Part 1: www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLzFluty4tY
Part 2: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ih_Wtvuq0DQ

SonyLiv:

Part 1: www.sonyliv.com/watch/thriller-ep-298-september-27-2013
Part 2: www.sonyliv.com/watch/thriller-ep-299-september-28-2013

Here is the inside story of the case:
http://thrill-suspense.blogspot.com/2013/09/crime-patrol-man-murdered-two-to-fake.html

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Posted On: Saturday, September 21, 2013

A Nation Awakens: Nirbhaya dies after 13 days long fight for life (Episode 296, 297 on 21-22nd September 2013)


The Nation Awekens
देश जाग उठा
Controversial Statements by well-known people after the incident
"She should have taken God's name and could have held the hand of one of the men and said ‘I consider you as my brother', and should have said to the other two 'Brother I am helpless, you are my brother, my religious brother.' In other words, if she's begged for forgiveness and cited the fraternity of man and called to God for help, all would have been well. Bapu's spokesperson later responded to criticism of his statements by saying that women who get assaulted bear a fraction of the responsibility.

Asaram
(Hindustan Times)

On making girls in the tropical southern citywear overcoats so men won’t be driven mad with lust: "The meeting resolved to introduce overcoats for girl students, operate special buses for them and ban mobile phones in schools. Our government is committed to ensuring safety of women, particularly girl students."

Puducherry Education Minister T Thiagarajan

(Hindustan Times)

Rajasthan BJP lawmaker Banwari Lal Singhal, a MLA in Rajasthan has demanded a banon skirts as uniform in schools to keep girls away from "men's lustful gazes". Alwar (Urban) legislator Banwari Lal Singhal has written a letter to the state chief secretary C K Mathew, demanding that skirts should be replaced by trousers or salwar-kameez. "The intention of this demand is to keep girl students away from men's lustful gazes and for their comfort in hot and cold weather conditions,"

(Outlook)


"If you keep petrol and fire together then it will burn. There should be a law to ensure that there should be no ‘nangapan' (nudity). Those who wear less clothes should also be banned." Also, paraphrased: fashion and nudity are responsible for the current situation in India. And in rural India, "girls don't go searching out for boyfriend(s)." It goes on: "I support death penalty for the Delhi rapists but there should also be a law that women should not wear less clothes and roam around with boys who are not their relatives. What is the need for roaming at night with men who are not relatives? This should be stopped." To be fair, here is the response from his son Farhan: "We are a cosmopolitan family, I have five sisters, they are educated, they drive and roam around in cars, we have always respected girls as equals and is that how it should be."

Abu Asim Azmi, state president of the Maharashtra Samajwadi Party (India Today)
"Those who claim to be students - I can see many beautiful women among them - highly dented-painted - they're giving interviews on TV, they've brought their children to show them the scenes. I have grave doubts whether  they're students, because women of that age are generally not students."
(Note: by dented-painted, we generally understand this to mean that they're either
  • a) a bit older and therefore need to be made up to look attractive, 
  • b) they're like a car after a repair job, or 
  • c) they're generally made up, and somehow not serious about their protests against the climate of assault and lack of prosecution in India.
Congress MP Abhijit Mukherjee (son of President Pranab Mukherjee)
(Financial Express)

"Only when Sitaji crossed the Lakshman rekha, she was kidnapped by Ravan. If Sitaji (woman) crosses the Lakshman rekha, then "Sitaharan" (crime against them) is bound to take place as Ravans are out there." Here's the background on that, along with one hell of a deconstruction of the plight of women "alone in the forest," by Nilanjana Roy. Vijayvargiya withdrew his remark under pressure, by the way.

Madhya Pradesh BJP leader Vijayvargiya

(Deccan Chronicle)

"Harm can come on  a person if the stars are in adverse positions … We have no answer to this, only an astrologer can predict."

Chhattisgarh Home Minister Nanki Ram Kanwar
(India Today)

"A husband and wife are involved in a contract under which the husband has said that you should take care of my house and I will take care of all your needs. I will keep you safe. So, the husband follows the contract terms. Till the time, the wife follows the contract, the husband stays with her, if the wife violates the contract, he can disown her."

Villages that embody the spirit of "Bharat" rather than "India" don't produce a culture of this crime. That's something that you see in areas in which western culture's poison has seeped into Indian souls, most notably in urban areas.

Mohan Bhagwat (chief of right-wing organisation Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh)
(NDTV)

"To my understanding,  consumption of fast food contributes to such incidents. Chowmein leads to hormonal imbalance evoking an urge to indulge in such acts."
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee: "Earlier if men and women would hold hands, they would get caught by parents and reprimanded but now everything is so open. It's like an open market with open options."

Jitendar Chattar (leader of a Khap Panchayat)
(CNN-IBN)

"When a group of men intend to commit this, they will do it. The victim should save herself for bringing the perpetrators to book … Had the girl simply surrendered (and not resisted) when surrounded by six men, she would not have lost her intestine. Why was she out with her boyfriend at 10 pm?"

Dr. Anita Shukla, scientist at the Rajmata Vijayaraje Scindia Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya
(Indian Express)

"Co-education should be abolished and proper education facilities meant exclusively for women should be available at all level of education. Educational institutions should prescribe sober and dignified dress for girls."

Jamaat-E-Islami Hind (Islamist organisation).
Statement released by Secretary General Nusrat Ali
(Times of India)

"Why do housewives and school going girls need mobiles? It encourages them to make futile small talk and get connected with people outside their homes."

MP Rajpal Saini
(Reuters, citing others)

After Mumbai Similar type of case
"Women needed to pay attention to their clothes to avoid these kind of assaults. Women should not be too influenced by television"

Naresh Agarwal
Samajwadi Party leader and Rajya Sabha MP

SonyLiv:
Part 1: 07-Nov-2015---Crime-Patrol---A-Nation-Awakens-1
Part 2: 08-Nov-2015---Crime-Patrol---A-Nation-Awakens--2

Other Links:
Here is the inside story of the case:
Other Tags: Damini, Nirbhaya, Veera, Jyoti

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Posted On: Sunday, September 15, 2013

Voices: Fight against corruption. Story of RTI activist Santosh Koli (Episode 294, 295 on 14th-15th Sep 2013)

Voices
आवाज़ 

The year 2004, Sundar Nagri, Delhi
Garima Chaudhary (real name Santosh Koli), an 18-year-old girl is elder to her sister and younger to her 2 brothers. One brother having a mobile shop and the other one is a driver. Her mother Lajwanti is a worker at a local NGO and father owes a shop of clothes. She also attends activity meetings with her mother and learns how to work for others.

She attends an interview at NGO Sudhar (NGO Parivartan) and explains that she wants to join them as a volunteer. Her seniors explain her that fighting against corruption is the most dangerous work in this world. They teach her about BPL (Below Poverty Line) and AAY (Antyodaya Anna Yojana) cards. BPL card is provided to the people whose annual income is below 1 lac while the AAY card is provided to the family whose economic condition is more critical. These cards give people the authority to gain food grain on minimum rates by the government. They also explain that due to several types of corruption these people can not avail of their right to getting food.
courtesy: IBN7
Her seniors also tell her to visit every home of the society to get the correct information about these cards that how many families are getting these cards. Garima starts her survey and she is shocked to see that none of the people got their cards. They have applied for the cards before 3 months, 6 months even 1 year ago but they did not get the cards. She asks at Control Shop also (Raashan Shop) but he denies of saying that he does not have any info about card distribution.

When she gives all her reports to "Sudhar" her seniors explain her about PDS (Public distribution office) and RTI (Right To Information). When they start taking action, a series of corruption explores. All the ration mafia decides to take any action against Garima Chaudhary. During September 2004, they hire a contract killer who slits her throat while she was near her home.

YouTube:
Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lz61X-FWiAA
Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uol61j5hOsE

SonyLiv:
Part 1: http://www.sonyliv.com/watch/thriller-ep-294-september-14-2013
Part 2: http://www.sonyliv.com/watch/thriller-ep-295-september-15-2013

Based on RTI activist and Aam Admin Party volunteer Santosh Koli who dies of a conspired road accident...

Search Tags: 2004, aam aadmi party, AAP, AAY, chief minister, Delhi, PIL, RTI,

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Posted On: Friday, September 13, 2013

Exploited: A Minor domestic help Shalini rescued from doctor's locked home (Episode 293 on 13th Sep 2013)


Exploited
शोषित 


March 29, 2012, New Delhi
A minor girl was seen crying in balcony of a high profile doctor of Delhi. Police rescues her through the balcony itself because she did not have key of main door. Doctor couple, owner of that home were out of Thailand trip while they locked their minor maid inside the home.

Sanjay Verma and his wife Sunita Verma came back from Thailand next day after the incident came to light. They were hiding themselves from police but arrested from lifestyle mall in Wes Delhi, Rajauri Garden. Recued girl explained everything she gone through.

Child labour, a bitter truth of India which is already shown in few episodes of Crime Patrol. The girl rescued was crying of hunger. That doctor couple was out of india on an holiday and prisoned that girl with a warning that she will not steal anything because the entire home is covered under CCTV cameras. The girl was forced not to take anything when she felt extreme hunger.

The case was registered against the doctor couple. The couple was charged with include wrongful confinement, buying or disposing of any person as a slave, unlawful compulsory labour and causing grievous injury.

SonyLiv:
http://www.sonyliv.com/watch/thriller-ep-293-september-13-2013

Here is the inside story of the case:
http://crimepatroldastak.blogspot.com/2012/08/kupoi-jharkhand-girl-panchhi-in-child-labour.html



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Posted On: Thursday, September 12, 2013

Posted On: Sunday, September 8, 2013

Reprisal: Woman killed doctor and sent his body part to her wife (Episode 292 on 8th Sep 2013)

Reprisal
प्रतिशोध


One gruesome incident held in Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh) in 2013. Reputed doctor Satish Verma was found murdered in a hotel room. He was flooded of blood and injured at his private part and his lips were stapled when a hotel guy saw him. There was a message written by blood on the wall, "If you play with the nature, Nature will take revenge from you himself.". In the latest development that was came in the light that there was an involvement of a mysterious woman who also tried to send a parcel to doctor's wife. The parcel had a message also for doctor's wife that this is a gift for her. The woman was last seen near a courier company with a parcel and her facial feature were matching with the woman who was last seen with the doctor in the hotel.
Courier company owner told police that in the evening near 8:30 that woman requested them to deliver the parcel to Dortor Verma's barra residence. Courier guys opened that parcel when they felt blood stains on the courier box.


YouTube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLD8v-zGI9M

SonyLiv:
Crime Patrol - Reprisal

Here is the inside story of the case:
http://thrill-suspense.blogspot.com/2013/09/the-inside-story-woman-has-confessed-to.html

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Posted On: Saturday, September 7, 2013

Closure: Police solves blind murder case with the help of two movie tickets (Episode 291 on September 7, 2013)



Police finds body of a 40-42 year old man near The Mumbai Port Trust. Body was stabbed badly 14 time with a knife. Police finds two movie tickets inside victim's cloths.

Police starts their investigation and finally nabs the killer. Watch here how movie ticket helped police to solve a blind murder case of an unidentified person.

YouTube:
5 min clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0H494R0EOc4

SonyLiv
Full Episode: http://www.sonyliv.com/watch/thriller-ep-291-september-7-2013

Here is the inside story of the case:
http://thrill-suspense.blogspot.com/2013/09/crime-patrol-film-tickets-help-cops-nab.html



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