Credible reports cited unlawful killings by paramilitaries and others believed to be working with the awareness of the government, assassinations by unknown perpetrators, politically motivated killings, the continuing use of child soldiers by a paramilitary force associated with the government, disappearances, arbitrary arrests and detention, poor prison conditions, denial of fair public trial, government corruption and lack of transparency, infringement of freedom of movement, and discrimination against minorities.
Progovernment paramilitary groups were credibly alleged to have participated in armed attacks against civilians and practiced torture, kidnapping, hostage-taking, and extortion with impunity.
It was a rare instance of electronic data used as evidence to nail the accused in India, which has seen a sharp rise in video clips of sexual assaults circulated through social media and messaging apps.
The three former students of OP Jindal Global University in Sonepat were sentenced on May 24 –main accused Hardik Sikri and his friend Karan Chhabra for 20 years each for gangraping and blackmailing a junior management student for about two years.
Not just Hafeesuddhin, others like Dr Ijaz, Shihaz, Rashid were also using the same service to send secret messages to their families.
The DGCA is said to have submitted a “screen shot” of the usage of objectionable, obscene language to the officers at Lodhi Road police station.
Hardik had circulated her nude pictures among his friends through the free messaging service.
He had stored the pictures in an web storage platform – Apple’s I-cloud -- and threatened to make them public on the university’s website.
Allegations over the use of “abusive language and obscene remarks” against family members of officials working in Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on a ‘Whats App’ group landed 10 commercial pilots employed with leading domestic airlines in trouble on Tuesday.
According to Delhi Police, the civil aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) filed a complaint against 34 pilots, of whom 10 were summoned for questioning.“We have received a complaint by DGCA and are examining the matter.