Woman held after video of beating up motherinlaw goes viral

first_imgKolkata: Kolkata Police arrested a middle-aged woman on charges of beating up her mother-in-law on Wednesday. Police have arrested the woman, Sapna Pal, after a video clip where the woman was found mercilessly beating up her mother-in-law, went viral.The incident comes just a few days after the Mother’s Day. After seeing the vide, police initiated a search for the woman. They finally arrested the woman from her residence. A police officer said the woman beat up her mother-in-law because the latter had picked up some fruits from a garden adjacent to their house without taking permission from the woman. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsA neighbour recorded the entire scene on a mobile phone and posted it on a social networking site. The video went viral by Wednesday morning. Within a few hours, around 25,000 people shared the video and finally it was also viewed by the police. Sergeant Subhro Chakraborty, who is posted with Bansdroni police station, saw the video footage and took up the matter with the officer-in-charge of the police station. They also received several messages to take steps in order to save the elderly woman, Jasodha Pal, who is an amnesia patient. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedPolice initiated a search for the place where the incident took place and went to the house as soon as they found out the location. They arrested the woman. Police also came to know that the woman often used to beat up her mother-in-law. Police also spoke to the neighbours. It may be mentioned that the Kolkata Police runs a project called Pranam to ensure safety and security of elderly people mainly, who stays all alone in their houses. Police have extend all support to the elderly people and help them in case they face any trouble.last_img read more

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Celebrating festive season with gifts

first_imgThe festival season has begun and the national Capital is prepared to splurge money and buy goodies. The city is getting all decked-up to welcome Diwali, the epitome of festival season, by opening various melas. To give a simple nudge to the shopaholics this season, Delhi tourism is all set to organise Diwali Mela at Dilli Haat.  Offering people a perfect way to adorn the decor of their home, vibrant stalls will sell handicrafts, handlooms and exclusive gift items. Decorative candles, floating diyas, vandanwar and other decorative items like rangoli stencils shall also be available. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Regional food delicacies, joy rides and camel rides would be the other attractions along with cultural programmes organised by the Sahitya Kala Parishad and Punjabi Academy.  The mela began on November 6 and will conclude on November 8 at Delhi Haat, Janakpuri and at Dilli Haat, INA it will be held from November 6 to 11.Another festival with the focus on designer clothes will be organised by students of JD Institute of Fashion Technology on November 7 and 8 at Lokayata,Hauz Khas Village. The main aim of the fest is to make the student Designers understand how creatively they can contribute towards the society to be not just fashion designers but Responsible designers. Students will be making hand made products like lamp shades, candle stands, textile and fabric appreciation, diyas, nail art and tattoo, stylised customised jewellery and other decorative items.last_img read more

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