Faridabad Police have lodged an FIR towards a resident of Khori village for allegedly circulating a faux video via which rumours unfold of a lady “stabbing” her two daughters to dying after which killing herself due to the demolition drive.
In keeping with police, the video had gone viral on July 16. “Within the investigation performed into this matter, it was discovered that some anti-social components had circulated a faux video, which had no hyperlink with Khori village, to be able to trigger chaos,” mentioned Sube Singh, PRO of Faridabad Police.
He mentioned an FIR has been lodged concerning the matter on the Suraj Kund police station and the accused has been recognized as a resident of Khori village. “The accused had made the faux video viral on social media with the intention of disturbing the legislation and order scenario within the village and inflicting chaos. Faridabad Police will deal strictly with folks spreading such rumours. Investigations are underway to arrest the accused on this case,” he mentioned.
In Khori village, in the meantime, demolition work continued for the fourth day this week. Work was stopped on Friday because the Municipal Company of Faridabad targeted on clearing building and demolition waste.
“Individuals additionally continued to join rehabilitation. Greater than 470 folks have utilized for rehabilitation, as per which they are going to be allotted EWS flats in Dabua Colony and Bapu Nagar in Faridabad,” mentioned MCF Commissioner Garima Mittal.
The Supreme Courtroom had, on June 7, directed the MCF to clear all “encroachments” from “topic forest land” in Khori village inside six weeks. The civic physique had began the work on Wednesday, a day after saying the rehabilitation scheme it had devised for residents.
Nevertheless, solely these folks can apply for rehabilitation who’ve an annual earnings of as much as Rs three lakh, and who meet certainly one of three circumstances – the title of the top of the household is included within the voter record of the Badhkal meeting constituency as of January 1, 2021; the top of the household has identification issued by the Authorities of Haryana as of January 1, 2021; or any member of the household has an electrical energy connection issued by the Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitaran Nigam (DHBVN).