Man snatches iPhone to shoot TikTok video

first_imgNew Delhi: In order to shoot videos for social media application, a person snatched an I phone XS in East Delhi area. He was arrested by police.According to police, on June 12 a complaint was received in Preet Vihar police station wherein complainant Jatin Chhabra alleged that he had given an ad on the internet to sell his I phone, XS and phone deal was finalised for Rs 80,000. Both parties agreed to meet near Preet Vihar, red light to deliver the phone. Also Read – Kejriwal ‘denied political clearance’ to attend climate meet in DenmarkAt about 6 PM, the complainant met accused Jatin Nagar(20). “Suddenly Jatin Nagar snatched his mobile and ran away. On June 15, when Jatin Nagar was commuting via Vikas Marg local police apprehended him with his KTM bike,” police said. Deputy Commissioner of Police ( East) Jasmeet Singh said that as per his version he uploads video through Tiktok and earn money. For shooting video he has snatched this mobile from the complainant as this mobile has all features for good shooting. He is at present working in the call centre, Kaushambi. No previous criminal record. “The accused had told during interrogation that he used to get Rs.3 per like on the video which he uploads in social media, “said Singh. In another case, valuables of a 74-year-old woman were robbed by bike-borne men in Tughlak Road area. She came down from her car when the accused targeted her valuables.last_img read more

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Government investigates Udayangas email statements

In one such statement, Udayanga Weeratunga had denied the  allegations against him and claimed he was in Ukraine. The emails, in the form of media statements, had been published in some local media but Perera said that there were doubts over the authenticity of the emails. Weeratunga, who has been accused by the Government of giving arms to rebels in Ukraine, had said that the allegations are false and that he is not under any investigation in Ukraine.Weeratunga has been accused of supplying arms to Ukrainian rebels while he was the Sri Lankan Ambassador to Russia. (Colombo Gazette) The Government is investigating the email statements reportedly issued by Sri Lanka’s former Ambassador to Russia, Udayanga Weeratunga.Deputy Foreign Minister Ajith Perera said that suspicions had arisen after it was found that the emails were being sent from an email linked to a local politician. read more

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