In Kanpur countryside, son-in-law withdrew four lakh rupees from mother-in-law's bank account, fraud case filed

In Kanpur countryside, son-in-law withdrew four lakh rupees from mother-in-law's bank account, fraud case filed

The son-in-law fraudulently crossed Rs 4.20 lakh from the old lady's account in Shivli. On getting information, the old lady informed the elder daughter, then the victim's daughter and in-laws threatened her. Now on the order of the court, the police has registered a case of cheating against five people of the in-laws including the daughter.

Ramshree resident of village Suroli police station Bidhnu Kanpur Nagar told that her husband Baleshwar has died. Due to this his land had come in his name. Ramshree told that he had sold one of his fields from which he got eight lakh rupees. His elder daughter Munni Devi's in-laws are in village Sangrampur police station Shivli. The daughter had opened her account in the Bank of Baroda located in Maitha Bazar near her and deposited the money in it. After that son-in-law Raghunath Singh asked him for money to bring buffalo from Punjab. After which the son-in-law got his thumb affixed on several withdrawal farms by fraudulently saying that it is needed. He withdrew one lakh rupees and later two and a half lakh rupees on March 2 this year. Similarly many times in 4. A total amount of Rs 20 lakh was withdrawn from the bank. He told that when the little girl went to her daughter's house and she got the entry in the bank account, it was found that money was withdrawn from the account. When he informed about this to his elder daughter Munni Devi, on the contrary, son-in-law Raghunath Singh, son Amit Singh, Ajab Singh and Puneet Singh abused him and threatened to kill him. On the other hand, Kotwal Mukesh Babu Chauhan said that on the order of the court, a case of cheating has been registered against five people including the woman, action will be taken against those found guilty in the investigation. Ajab Singh and Puneet Singh abused him and threatened to kill him. On the other hand, Kotwal Mukesh Babu Chauhan said that on the orders of the court, a case of cheating has been registered against five people including the woman, action will be taken against those found guilty in the investigation. Ajab Singh and Puneet Singh abused him and threatened to kill him. On the other hand, Kotwal Mukesh Babu Chauhan said that on the order of the court, a case of cheating has been registered against five people including the woman, action will be taken against those found guilty in the investigation.

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Meerut: After Major subjects, CBSE has now released datesheet of minor subjects

Meerut: After Major subjects, CBSE has now released datesheet of minor subjects

 After releasing the datesheet of major subjects for the term-one exam of this session by CBSE, now the datesheet of minor subjects has also been released. According to the information given earlier by CBSE, the datesheet of minor subjects has been sent to the schools. The exams for the minor subjects will be conducted by the schools in the school itself before the major subjects.

Minor subjects class 12 exam 16 and class 10 exam from 17 November

Minor subjects prescribed by CBSE are taught in different regions across the country. So not all exams will be held in every district. The examination for the same subjects will be conducted in the district in which the subject is taught. In the examination of minor subjects, class 12th examination is starting on November 16 and class 10th examination is starting on November 17. The 10th class exam will end on 7th December. The last paper of the 12th examination will be held on December 30. After November 17, the datesheet for class X minor subjects will have papers on November 18, 20, 22, 23, 25, 27, 29 a

The number of minor subjects in class XII is very high

The minor subjects of class XII are very high. Their exams will start on November 16, followed by November 17, 18, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30 and will be held on December 2, 3, 4 and 6. This will be followed by a long break and then the papers of minor subjects will be held on December 23, 27, 28, 29 and 30. CBSE has prepared the datesheet of minor subjects by incorporating the datesheet of major subjects. There will be examinations for class XII major subjects along with the paper of minor subjects of class X. At the same time, along with the minor subjects of class XII, there will be an examination for the major subjects of class X. For the examination of minor subjects CBSE will send the question paper, but the examination will be conducted entirely by the school management.

CBSE extended the exam time by one hour in the morning

Due to winter season, CBSE has extended the exam time by one hour in the morning. Now instead of starting from 10:30 am, the exam will start at 11:30 am. Apart from this, the detailed information related to the examination for the students will be in the admit card. Apart from the admit card, information will be provided by the school and CBSE from time to time. 

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