Coronavirus Outbreak: Maharashtra govt asks Centre to deploy 20 CAPF companies to enable state police personnel to take rest
The Maharashtra government has requested the Centre to deploy 20 companies of CAPF in the state so that its police personnel, who are overworked during the coronavirus-enforced lockdown, can be given some rest, state Home Minister Anil Deshmukh said on Wednesday.
Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh expressed his grief on the demise of Sai Gundewar in a tweet.
Coronavirus Lockdown: Concerns mount on vulnerability of Indian police personnel as hundreds test positive for COVID-19
Some 3 million police are trying to ensure that the vast majority of India’s 1.3 billion people stay home,
Mohan Bhagwat condemns Palghar mob lynching, says it was administration's responsibility to ensure law and order
It was the responsibility of the administration to keep law and order in check, Bhagwat said in an online address to workers of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.
Prompt arrests in Palghar incident show state govts can always act fast to counter communalism if they want to
From 2015, 45 Muslims have been lynched by mobs, yet neither did any government functionary expressed any concern like they did in the Palghar incident nor did any government felt obliged to immediately arrest the culprits or suspend the policemen who allowed them to be lynched
Bandra migrants' protest: Misinformation on trains spread through 11 methods, police have tracked down accounts, says Maharashtra home minister
Misinformation may have been a factor behind a protest by migrant workers near Mumbai's Bandra station on Tuesday.
Coronavirus Outbreak: 11,000 prisoners in Maharashtra to be released on parole for 45 days to reduce crowding, avoid COVID-19 spread in jails
Under-trial prisoners and those convicted and sentenced to up to seven years in jail, their combined figure stands at approximately 11,000, will be released on parole, initiatively for 45 days
Maharashtra detention centre is for foreigners awaiting deportation, no connection with CAA, NRC, says state home ministry
No detention centre is coming up in Maharashtra in connection with the implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the proposed NRC, Home Minister Anil Deshmukh told the legislative council on Thursday. Deshmukh gave this information in a written reply in response to a question by Sharad Ranpise (Congress).
Centre vs Maharashtra over 2018 Bhima-Koregaon violence: MHA hands over probe to NIA, NCP claims state govt's consent not taken before mov
During the probe into Bhima-Koregaon case, Pune Police had claimed that Maoists and their supporters in urban areas were discussing a "Rajiv Gandhi-type" assassination plan against Modi.
As Maharashtra Cabinet permits Mumbai shops to remain open 24X7, concerns about security, cost and benefit to economy loom large
A go-ahead by the Maharashtra Cabinet will now allow malls, multiplexes, shops and restaurants in Mumbai to function all night from 27 January onwards
Maharashtra govt says no anti-national intent behind ‘Free Kashmir’ poster, home minister says will look into FIRs against Mumbai protesters
Maharashtra home minister Anil Deshmukh on Wednesday said prima facie it doesn't look like the woman who displayed the ‘Free Kashmir’ poster during a protest against the JNU attack had an "anti-national" intention.
The body of slain gangster Anandpal Singh was handed over to his family members on Saturday by police
Two new ration cards, besides the existing ones, were being issued to the beneficiaries and as per the new proposed Food Security Act.