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What Happened on 19 September 2017


19 September 2017 Current Events Daood Ibrahim's brother Iqbal Khaskar , 2 others held for cases of extortion

On Monday evening, Thane Anti-Extortion Cell (AES) arrested the younger brother of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim along with two others. As per the sources, Iqbal Khaskar was arrested in Mumbai in a case of extortion. A complaint of extortion was lodged by Thane-based builder at the Kasarvadavali police station. The builder alleged that despite receiving four flats in Mumbai, Khaskar had made repeated demands for flats. Dawood Ibrahim's younger brother Iqbal, was deported to India from Dubai in 2003.


Pradyuman Murder Case: Ryan School opens after ten days, again shut down for a week

After the horrific murder of seven-year old Pradyuman Thakur on September 8 in Gurugram's Ryan International School, the school reopened on Monday after ten days. Amidst fear and security concerns, many parents took transfer certificate (TC) for their kids. Only 250 students came on Monday out of 1,000 students enrolled in Ryan International School, while in Pradyuman's class just four students came. Security concerns of parents have forced the Haryana Government to shut the school for another week. As per a senior official in Gurugram's administration, “the next seven days will be used to upgrade security and address the concerns of the parents.”


Daood Ibrahim's brother Iqbal Khaskar , 2 others held for cases of extortion

On Monday evening, Thane Anti-Extortion Cell (AES) arrested the younger brother of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim along with two others. As per the sources, Iqbal Khaskar was arrested in Mumbai in a case of extortion. A complaint of extortion was lodged by Thane-based builder at the Kasarvadavali police station. The builder alleged that despite receiving four flats in Mumbai, Khaskar had made repeated demands for flats. Dawood Ibrahim's younger brother Iqbal, was deported to India from Dubai in 2003.

Pradyuman Murder Case: Ryan School opens after ten days, again shut down for a week

After the horrific murder of seven-year old Pradyuman Thakur on September 8 in Gurugram's Ryan International School, the school reopened on Monday after ten days. Amidst fear and security concerns, many parents took transfer certificate (TC) for their kids. Only 250 students came on Monday out of 1,000 students enrolled in Ryan International School, while in Pradyuman's class just four students came. Security concerns of parents have forced the Haryana Government to shut the school for another week. As per a senior official in Gurugram's administration, “the next seven days will be used to upgrade security and address the concerns of the parents.”




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