Pappu Yadav lauds Hyderabad cops, promises to reward Bihar police for similar encounter.

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Former MP and convener of Jan Adhikar Party Pappu Yadav of Friday launded Hyderbad police for gunning down four alleged rape accused in the gangrape and murder of a doctor and announced that he will reward the Bihar Police if they carry a similar operation in pending rape case in the state.

Backing the killing of the alleged rape accused in Hyderbad, the former Bihar MP said that he will give a reward of Rs 50,000 to each member of the police team, which killed the rape accused early on Friday morning.

“I will reward every police personnel who was part of the encounter team with Rs 50,000. Questions can be raised over the manner of the encounter but not over the intention,” said Pappu Yadav.

Pappu Yadav also lashed out at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and questioned him whether the UP police will dare to encounter alleged rape accused BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar and Swami Chinmayanand, former Union Minister of State for Home.

“Will Uttar Pradesh chief minister take a lesson from what Hyderabad [police] has done? Will Yogi Adityanath dare to encounter Swami Chinmayanand and Kuldeep Singh Sengar who are accused of rape?” the former MP asked.

Pappu Yadav also hit out at Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and declared that he would reward Bihar police with Rs 5 lacs if they eliminated alleged rape accused in Buxar and Samastipur rape case.

Pappu Yadav said that Hyderabad encounter would act as a deterrent against criminals.

Bihar Police Recruitment 2019: 496 Vacancies Notified for Constable Posts, Apply Online

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Bihar Police Recruitment 2019: Central Selection Board of Constable (CSBC) has invited online applications for recruitment to the post of Constable in Bihar Police, BMP, SIRB & BSISB. All interested candidates can apply to the posts through the prescribed format on or before 29 November 2019.

Around 496 vacancies will be recruited through this recruitment process. Candidates can check eligibility, selection process and other details here.

Important Dates

  • Commencement of submission of online application: 29 October 2019
  • Last date for online application submission: 29 November 2019

Bihar Police Recruitment 2019 Vacancy Details Job Summary

NotificationBihar Police Recruitment 2019: 496 Vacancies Notified for Constable Posts, Apply Online
Notification DateOct 29, 2019
Last Date of SubmissionNov 29, 2019
Official URL
Education QualOther Qualifications, Senior Secondary
  • Constable – 496 Posts

Bihar Police Constable Recruitment 2019 Eligibility Criteria
Educational Qualification: Candidate should be 10+2 passed from a recognized Board and having a Maulvi Certificate from a recognized Bihar Board of Madarsa Education.

Bihar Police Constable Recruitment 2019 Age Limit 

For Non-Home Guard

  • General (Male/Female) – 18 to 25 years
  • For EWS (Male & Female): 18-25 Years
  • For BC/ OBC (Male): 18-27 Years
  • For BC/ OBC (Female): 18-28 Years
  • For SC/ ST: 18-30 Years

For Home Guard:

  • For Normal (Male & Female): 18-30 Years
  • For EWS (Male & Female): 18-30 Years
  • For BC/ OBC (Male): 18-32 Years
  • For BC/ OBC (Male): 18-33 Years
  • For SC/ ST: 18-35 Years

Selection Procedure for Bihar Police Constable Recruitment 2019
Candidates will be selected on the basis of Written Test, Physical Efficiency Test and Merit.

Bihar Police Constable Recruitment 2019 Pay Scale – Rs. 5200-20200, Grade Pay – Rs. 1900, Pre Revised Salary Rs. 19900-63200, Matrix Level – 2 

Bihar Man Blows Away Skulls of RJD MLA’s Kin, Her Male Friend After They Resist His Rape Attempt


Munger: A woman, who is an RJD MLA’s niece, and a young man were found dead in Bihar’s Munger district with their skulls blown away by gunshots in what police described as a double murder.

The bodies of Mohammed Asif and Twinkle Yadav, both aged 25, were recovered from the Sadar block premises in Mofussil police station area — around 180 km east of Patna — on Friday evening, district Superintendent of Police Gaurav Mangla said.

Yadav, who was living in Delhi for some time and preparing for medical entrance tests, had come home, the SP said. Her paternal uncle, Vijay Kumar Vijay, is the sitting Rashtriya Janata Dal legislator from Munger and had also represented the Lok Sabha constituency in 1990s.

Asif was a local resident whose father eked out a living in Saudi Arabia, according to Mangla, who had said earlier in the day that it initially appeared a case of “failed love affair”.

Later, it emerged that Asif’s friend, Danish, who was accompanied by some of his associates, allegedly tried to rape the woman, but faced stiff resistance from the two, the officer said. “In a fit of rage, he (Danish) shot them dead and fled.”

Earlier, Danish, who was picked up for questioning, said he had provided Asif with a firearm. He claimed that Asif shot Yadav dead before pulling the trigger at himself, according to the SP.

Danish claimed that Asif reached the spot with Yadav on Friday night to receive the firearm. It was not clear yet for what purpose Asif had sought the weapon, the SP said.

“We recovered the pistol used in the incident and the mobile phones of the deceased from Danish,” Mangla said. “Based on inputs from forensic investigations, we grilled Danish intensively and he spilled the beans.”

Efforts are on to nab the other associates of Danish, the officer added.

39 Mob Lynching Incidents Reported In Less Than 3 Months In Bihar: Police



The police in Bihar have seen a rising number of lynching incidents in the recent months. According to data provided by the police headquarters, 14 people have been beaten to death, while 45 people have been injured in mob lynching incidents during the last two and a half months. During this time, 39 incidents of mob-lynching were registered in the state.

Bihar police headquarters is conducting awareness campaigns regarding such incidents in sensitive areas. Senior police officials have acknowledged that there have been no incidents of child abduction but people take to mob-lynching due to rumours. However, the police are sensitising people about such incidents along with a stern warning to those involved in the lynchings.

Locals in Madipur Chitragupta Nagar in Muzaffarpur thrashed two women on suspicion of child abduction. By the time the police reached the spot and saved them from the crowd, they had both suffered severe injuries.

In Samastipur district, a mentally-disabled woman was beaten up on a similar suspicion. Some people from the crowd saved her from the mob.

Such cases have been reported from Patna as well as other areas of the state too.

A man, identified as Shatrughan Sinha, a resident of Sitamarhi, was beaten to death on September 9 in West Champaran district.

On September 8, a 22-year-old man was beaten to death following rumours of child lifting.

The police have registered FIRs against 348 named accused and 4,000 unidentified people till now.

“Police is taking strict action against those involved in mob lynching incidents. We identify the accused from the video footage of the incidents and take action against them,” said Additional Director General (police headquarters) Jitendra Kumar .

Referring to the data, he said that since July this year, 278 people have been arrested in 39 incidents of lynching.

Mr Kumar said that the police have launched campaigns against mob lynching using audio clips and posters.

Two wanted Maoists surrendered before Bihar police with huge cache of arms


PATNA: After years of chasing, the outlawed CPI (Maoist) guerrillas, two hardcore Maoists of Vaishali district in Bihar surrendered at police headquarters on Monday with a huge cache of arms and ammunition.

The Maoists, identified as Amarnath Sahni (45) and Rakesh Sahni (40) of Jandaha block were wanted in more than a dozen cases of insurgency-related crimes including the murder of two farmers in 2018.

ADG (Hq) Jitendra Kumar told the media that Amarnath Sahni has been accused of 14 cases whereas his associate Rakesh Kumar is named in six Maoist related crimes in the state.

“They surrendered before the police headquarters with one carbine machine gun, 2 pistols and a large number of cartridges and one country made one round pistol,” Kumar added.

NHRC issues notice to Bihar Police over JD(U) leader’s death; family claims Ganesh Ravidas was tortured in custody


New Delhi: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) Monday sent a notice to the Bihar police chief over the death of a JD(U) leader in police custody, hours after he was picked up for interrogation in a kidnapping case. The family of the leader, identified as Ganesh Ravidas, alleged that he was tortured in police custody.

Ravidas was found hanging from the ceiling of a toilet at the Nagarnausa police station in Nalanda on Thursday night, sources earlier said. Three policemen have been arrested in connection with the case.

Ravidas, who was the block president of the party’s Mahadalit cell, was picked up for interrogation in connection with the kidnapping of a girl, wherein he was not named as an accused, the sources had said.

“The National Human Rights Commission has taken suo motu cognisance of media reports that a local leader of the ruling JD(U) in Bihar, who was detained by the Nalanda police in connection with a kidnapping case, allegedly hanged himself inside the police station late on Thursday night,” the NHRC said in a statement.

The commission observed that the content of the news report, if true, amounted to a gross violation of the right to life. “Accordingly, the commission has issued a notice to the Director General of Police (DGP), Bihar, calling for a detailed report in the matter within six weeks,” the NHRC stated.

The police authorities had also been told to explain as to why intimation in this regard was not given to the commission within 24 hours of the occurrence of the incident, the rights panel said. Ravidas was detained by police on 11 July night in connection with an alleged kidnapping of a girl residing in his village.

He was suspected to have helped the girl elope, the NHRC said, quoting media reports. When police interrogation was on, he went to use a washroom, which was outside the lock-up, where he reportedly hanged himself, it said.

“The news report further reveals that the victim was killed by the police station in-charge and chowkidar. It is also stated that there were cut marks on the body of the deceased, suggesting it to be a case of torture in police custody,” the statement read.

Bihar police save man from being lynched by cow vigilantes


Police in Bihar’s Bhabua town saved a truck driver, who was carrying animal bones in his vehicle, from being lynched by cow vigilantes on Wednesday evening, officials have said.

The incident happened at 8pm on Wednesday on the western outskirts of Bhabua in southwest Bihar when at least 100 vigilantes chased the truck on motorcycles alleging the driver was transporting beef and cow skin in his truck.

The mob was led by Uttam Patel, a self-declared state president of the youth wing of Hindu Samaj, police said. The men dragged the driver out of the truck, held him captive and assaulted him at a post just a few hundred yards from the residence of the superintendent of police (SP), they added.

The driver told the mob he was carrying animal bones in his truck but the men did not stop assaulting. They also damaged the truck.

A police team rushed to the spot rescued the driver from being lynched within a few minutes, SP Dilnawaz Ahmad said.

Uttam Patel and his supporters opposed the police action and asked them to hand over the driver to them. They threatened the police officer that he would be removed from services and with other dire consequences.

Additional police force and riot control vehicle were rushed from police lines under sub-divisional police officer Ajay Prasad as the situation worsened. Patel was later arrested.

Patel and 50 to 60 of his supporters were booked for the attack on the driver, threatening police and infringement in government duty. Patel and driver were sent to jail on Thursday.

Police found animal bones loaded on the truck and it was seized. The driver Abu Hasan, a resident of Majhwaliya village under Maraura police station of Chapra district, could not show documents authorising the transportation of bones.

However, the man who had hired the truck for transporting the bones to a factory in Gujarat appeared on Thursday evening and showed a valid license issued by the government for the purpose, SP Ahmad said.

Police said Patel is involved in 11 cases of extortion, theft and communal violence in the district and police had also taken action against him under Bihar Crime Control Act.

He was earlier arrested and sent to jail on December 7, 2018, when he had caught a man with beef at Bhabua and blocked the road demanding a check on illegal butcheries at Babura, a village adjacent to the district headquarters town, SP Ahmad said.

Bihar police arrest Maoist injured in encounter, seize arms


PATNA: Bihar police have arrested a Maoist who was injured during an anti-naxal operation in Vaishali district of the state on Monday.

The injured Maoist has been identified as Mohammad Aijaz. His associate Raja Sahni managed to flee.

The encounter between the anti-naxal team and the ultras ensued after the cops intercepted the duo. The cops found them moving suspiciously near Ram Sharan College on Jandaha-Mahnar road.

The operation was carried out on a specific intelligence input by ASP (operation). Vaishali Superintendent of Police (SP) MS Dhillon, who monitored the operation said, ” We got tip off that some persons affiliated to a Maoist outfit led by one Amarnath Sahni were reaching a spot to purchase arms and ammunition”.

Following this, an anti-naxal team was formed and rushed to the spot. “The ultras came in a bike. When intercepted, one of them fired on the police party. The team retaliated and in the encounter Mohd. Aijaz suffered bullet injuries in his leg,” Dhillon said, adding, Sahni, a resident of Dih Bicholi, however, escaped.

“Both are wanted in three murder cases and three other cases under Arms Act and ULAP act. A country-made revolver, 6 ammo and one fired cartridge along with bike have been seized from the duo, the SP further added.

None of the cops was injured in the encounter.

The captured accused, Aijaz, son of Mohammad Idrees Mian from Chandsarai has been hospitalised and is said to be out of danger. “Even after the encounter with ultras, the areas affected with Naxal activities are being sanitised for remaining associates”, Dhillon said.

In the past, two farmers were abducted and killed by CPI (Maoists) after they were returning from a nearby village Dihouchauli. The areas falling under the Jandaha and Patepur police stations in Bihar’s Vaishali district are suspected to be in the grip of ultras.