Udaipur : Seven persons travelling on the rooftop of a bus were electrocuted today after they came in contact with a live wire in Dungarpur district of Rajasthan, police said. The bus was on its way to Dungarpur from Ahmedabad when the incident occurred, district collector Indrajeet said. The injured were admitted to a local hospital where heir condition is said to be stable, he said. A case has been registered against the bus driver and the vehicle was seized, police added.
Criminal behind an NH-8 robbery, arrested: Jaipur rural police have arrested a criminal involved in robbing a family travelling on National Highway-8. The police said that the man identifed as Mota alias Muvin is a notorious criminal in Mewat region. In June, Mota and his gang members had robbed one Ajay Singh, a residnet of Jodhpur and his family, after taking them at gunpoint.
Robbers attempt stealing Cong MLA’s car: Unidentified vehicle lifters attempted to steal Congress MLA Rajesh Meena’s car from his MLA quarters in Jyoti Nagar area. They could not break into the car due to the alarm system. The MLA’s driver saw the theft attempt and informed Meena, who then registered a complaint with the police.
Ajmer Legal Services Authority adjudged best: Ajmer Legal Services Authority was adjudged the best in the south zone by the National Legal Services Authority on the Legal Service Day observed in Delhi today. PM Narendra Modi at a function gave away trophies to member secretary Legal Services, Satish Kumar Sharma; president Ajmer Legal Services Authority G R Moochandani and secretary Ajay Godhara.
Wool worth 3 cr gutted in Bikaner: Raw wool worth Rs 3 crore was destroyed when heavy fire broke out in a godown of woollen mill in Bikaner today morning. Fire-brigade vehicles of municipal corporation, railway, air-force were used to control the fire.In the meantime, the wool got completely destroyed. SHO Darja Ram said that fire might have occurred due to spark of crackers in this residential area in view of the Diwali celebrations by people around.
Mill owner Leelam Sipani said that cost of raw wool was worth Rs 3 crore.