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But we will not let this happen, a relative said The family plans to meet the Chief Minister Relatives said they would stage a protest if they are denied justice For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKhazer Iraq: A senior Iraqi general on Wednesday called on Iraqis fighting for the Islamic State group in Mosul to surrender as a wide-scale operation to retake the militant-held city entered its third day Lieutenant General Talib Shaghati told reporters at a military base on Tuesday that up to 6000 IS fighters are inside the city He did not say how many of them are foreigners IS captured Mosul Iraq’s second largest city in a lightning advance in the summer of 2014 The extremist group has suffered a string of defeats over the past year and Mosul is its last major urban bastion in Iraq Iraqi special forces soldiers deployed for an offensive to retake Mosul AP So far the militants have put up fierce resistance in villages surrounding the city where most of the fighting has been concentrated IS has sent trucks loaded with explosives careening toward the front lines and fired mortars to slow the Iraqi forces’ advance An Iraqi officer from the 9th Division told The Associated Press that his troops were now around 1 kilometer (half mile) away from Hamdaniyah a historically Christian town also known as Bakhdida to the east of Mosul Over the past day IS sent 12 car bombs all of which were blown up before reaching their targets he said adding that Iraqi troops suffered a small number of casualties from the mortar rounds The officer who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk to reporters did not provide specific figures The operation to retake Mosul is the largest launched by the Iraqi army since the 2003 US-led invasion Some 25000 troops including Sunni tribal fighters Kurdish forces known as the peshmerga and state-sanctioned Shiite militias known as the Popular Mobilization Units are approaching the city from different directions The participation of the Shiite militias in the operation to retake the mainly Sunni Mosul has raised concerns that the campaign could inflame sectarian tensions Rights groups have accused the Shiite militias of abuses in past campaigns against IS-held areas In a bid to alleviate those concerns Shiite militia leaders on Tuesday announced that they will only focus on capturing the mostly Shiite town of Tal Afar to the west of Mosul and not enter the city itself "The only troops who will enter Mosul are the army and police not the Popular Mobilization Units or the peshmerga" said Hadi al-Amiri the leader of the Badr Brigade one of the largest Shiite militias "This has been agreed upon" he said at a press conference in the Shiite holy city of Najaf Amnesty International said in a report released Tuesday that Iraqi government and paramilitary forces detained tortured or killed hundreds of Sunni Arab civilians fleeing IS-held areas during the operation to retake the Sunni city of Fallujah west of Baghdad earlier this year The Iraqi government has denied any systematic violations by security forces or the militias and says individuals have been held accountable for occasional abuses Written by Express News Service | Amritsar | Published: September 19 2015 9:15 am Related News The UT Police Friday organised a public grievances redressal camp at the Sector 11 police station The camp was chaired by UT SSP Sukhchain Singh Gill SP City Parminder Singh and DSP Crime Jagbir Singh were also present Officials said that a total of 21 complainants attended the camp “The facts of 36 complaints lying with the Sector 11 police station were discussed with the complainants Nine complaints were disposed of while six were recommended for registration of cases” police said Share This Article Related Article According to the police a total of four complaints were pending in the Crime Branch out of which one has been recommended for the registration of a case At the camp while many of the residents were satisfied with the response of the police there were others who expressed dissatisfaction The family members of Mahesh Kumar a resident of Dhanas who met with an accident in Milk Colony Chowk last week had said that the police were not registering a case against a policeman who was riding the motorcycle that had hit Kumar injuring him severely On Friday Kumar arrived at the camp along with his wife and friend Ramakant Prasad “Earlier the police were not registering a case against the policeman But today a case was registered on the instructions of the SSP” said Prasad Susheela a resident of Sector 25 came with a complaint that her husband who had married someone else had been threatening and harassing her After attending the camp she told Chandigarh Newsline that she wasn’t satisfied with the services of the police “The SSP at the camp asked the police officials of the Sector 9 police post to call my husband and solve the matter I was expecting that that police would call my husband today and arrest him But they didn’t do anything” she said For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express AppBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: December 31 2016 2:45 am Top News A 17-year-old girl was strangled to death allegedly by her older brother in Bandra Friday as he objected to her returning home late The police has arrested the man The incident took place in Nargis Dutt Nagar on Friday morning when Jamila Shaikh and her 26-year-old brother Akhtar Shaikh a tailor were having an argument The siblings lived with their mother and a younger brother Watch What Else Is Making News: “Jamila would meet friends and stay out with them until early morning Her brother did not like the fact that she arrived home after dark and had warned her on several occasions” said an officer at the Bandra police station According to the police Jamila arrived home at 2 am on Friday and went to sleep However when she woke up later in the morning Akhtar was furious “He strangled her and banged her head on the floor killing her” said the officer Akhtar was arrested soon after For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top Newsbiotechnology,sports, 2013 11:58 pm Related News Mayor Harcharan Singh Gohalwaria on Thursday said he had failed to understand the property tax policy. 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