CHANDIGARH POLICE BRIEF AND OTHER POLICE NEWS DATED

17.11.2019

Six persons arrested for consuming liquor at public place

Six different cases U/S 68-1(B) Punjab Police Act 2007 & 510 IPC have been registered in PS-26 & PS-34, Chandigarh against six persons who were arrested while consuming liquor at public places on 16.11.2019. Later they were released on bail.

Action against obstructing public way

A case FIR No. 348, U/S 283 IPC has been registered in PS-17, Chandigarh against Sunil Kumar R/o # 719/13, BDC, Sector-26, Chandigarh who was arrested while he was obstructing public way with rehri/fari near SCO No. 83, Sector 17, Chandigarh. Later he was bailed out. Investigation of the case is in progress.

A case FIR No. 350, U/S 283 IPC has been registered in PS-17, Chandigarh against Rajesh R/o Bijwara Market, Sector-22, Chandigarh who was arrested while he was obstructing public way with rehri/fari near Shastri Market, Sector 22, Chandigarh. Later he was bailed out. Investigation of the case is in progress.

MV Theft

Gurjot Singh R/o VPO Mandoli Kalan, Distt-Ropar (PB) reported that unknown person stole away complainant’s Platina M/Cycle No. PB-12R-3450 parked near DAV College, Sector-10, Chandigarh on 30.10.2019. A case FIR No. 285, U/S 379 IPC has been registered in PS-03, Chandigarh. Investigation of the case is in progress.

Paramjit Singh R/o # 630, Sector-22/A, Chandigarh reported that unknown person stole away complainant’s Yamaha M/Cycle No. CH-03W-8953 from PHB Parking, Market, Sector-22D, Chandigarh on 27.10.2019. A case FIR No. 349, U/S 379 IPC has been registered in PS-17, Chandigarh. Investigation of the case is in progress.

Javed Khan R/o # 335, Village-Daria, Chandigarh reported that unknown person stole away complainant’s Auto No. CH-111T-3902 parked near Masjid, Village-Daria, Chandigarh on 11.11.2019. A case FIR No. 293, U/S 379 IPC has been registered in PS-Ind. Area, Chandigarh. Investigation of the case is in progress.

Theft/Criminal breach of trust

Sunil Bodh R/o # 631, Daddu Majra Colony, Chandigarh alleged that Raj Kumar R/o # 2946, Daddu Majra Colony, Chandigarh had taken Tempo Traveler No. PB01-4121 from complainant but he stolen AC Stereo, Conductor Seat, Battery, push back seat, stepny, Amron back rod pana, jack, wooden seat and power pump from his tempo traveler. A case FIR No. 190, U/S 379, 406 IPC has been registered in PS-Maloya, Chandigarh. Investigation of the case is in progress.

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CHANDIGARH POLICE TRAINED 1700 PERSONNEL IN STRESS MANAGEMENT IN ASSOCIATION WITH ART OF LIVING FOUNDATION

Today, i.e. on 17.11.2019 valedictory ceremony of workshop for Stress Relief and Wellness Focused Training Program for Chandigarh Police officers and officials was organized at Multi Media Centre, Recruit Training Centre Sector-26, Chandigarh under the guidance of Shri Sanjay Baniwal, I.P.S., D.G.P., U.T., Chandigarh and under the supervision of Sh. Manoj Kumar Meena, I.P.S., S.P. HQ & Training. Sh. Omvir Singh Bishnoi, IPS, DIG/UT, Smt. Nilambari Jagdale, IPS, SSP/UT, Chandigarh, Sh. Daleep Rattan, DSP/Lines and Ms. Sita Devi, DSP/Trg. attended this ceremony.

On 15.03.2019, a Memorandum of Undertaking (MOU) was executed between Chandigarh Police and Vyaktivikas Kendra India, Art of Living International Campus, 21st KM Kanakpura Road Bangalore to conduct three days programme on Stress Relief and Wellness Focused Programme in 20 batches. Total 20 sessions three days programme have been conducted from 28.06.2019 to 17.11.2019. The said programme was attended by the 1700 police officials of Chandigarh Police. The trainers of the Art of Living Foundation were Dr. Neha Miglani, Mr. Umesh Ghai, Mr. Yogesh Gaur and Mr. Bharat Vig, who smoothly conducted these programme.

The objective of the progamme was to offers the Police officers/ officials with the numerous, self-assessment kirya/meditation/pranayam and tools that facilitate the elimination of stress. These tools also foster deep and profound inner peace, happiness, and well-being for all individuals. The program also include breathing techniques, meditation, yoga, and practical wisdom for daily living, have helped the Police officials/officers to completely transform their lives as it has become more difficult to find the time and patience to work on personal well being. It is important for everyone to achieve optimal wellness in order to subdue stress, reduce the risk of illness and ensure positive interactions. Looking at the positive feedback of the police personnel, it has been decided that the course would be extended to further train police personnel in managing the stress.