February 22, 2009

Ajmer news

News from a bustling town just outside Pushkar in the state of Rhajistan, India.

Farmers kidnap tantrik for failing to provide treasure

..."He took my money told me where the treasure was hidden," said Gopal in his complaint.

"We tried to dig a lot but found nothing," the farmer wrote in their complaint. The farmers were annoyed and registered a case but some of them want to give him one more chance .Some of the farmers went the residence of Rampal in Kishangarh and asked him to come to their village but he refused to help them. Upon this, they took him by force to their vehicle. "We found that there are a lot of cases of cheating registered against this self-proclaimed tantrik,'' said police officials.

Villagers thrash doctor over woman's death

...According to the police, Raju, a resident of Raghunathpura, took his wife Nandu (22) to the government hospital when she got labour pains. "I admitted my wife at the hospital in the morning and she remained in the labour room till 3 pm. She was screaming inside and no one cared of her," alleged Raju...

No wood theft case recorded in Ajmer in past 20 days

... "Most of the tribals cut these trees and sell them to the mafias who manufacture illegal liquor" said Rab Nawaj.

Recently after the strictness shown by chief minister Ashok Gehlot, excise department along with the police raided 10 spots in Ajmer and Beawar cities. They destroyed the burners used to manufacture illegal liquor. The special team of city police raided Sansi Basti - situated just on the foothills of Taragarh and destroyed more than 10,000 litres of hand-made scotch...


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