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For ‘sexual pleasure’ army jawan’s wife gives poisonous ointment given by lover

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Mumbai: In a weird and shocking incident that came into limelight, an Indian Army jawan has recently alleged that his wife and her alleged lover attempted to kill him by spiking an ointment he used with poison. The case was filed at Nagar Taluka police station in Maharashtra’s Ahmednagar district.

In his complaint, the jawan alleged that when he came back to his home on leave, his wife gave him an ointment to apply on his private parts by saying that it would help him in getting “increased sexual pleasure”.

The soldier alleged that when he came back to his home on leave, his wife gave him an ointment to apply on his private parts by saying that it would help him in getting “increased sexual pleasure”.

However, as the jawan applied the ointment, he suffered severe pain. He was then told by a doctor that the ointment he applied could have been adulterated with some poisonous additive. The doctor also told him that he was “lucky to survive”.

 

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The jawan then filed a complaint with police, who are yet to seize the “said substance”. No arrests have been made so far as the probe is underway.

As quoted by saying, “The case was filed on Sunday and we are yet to seize the said substance used by the accused. Once we have the substance, we will send it for forensic examination,” leading news network quoted Rajendra Pawar, sub-inspector from the Nagar Taluka police station of Ahmednagar.

He added that “Once we have the substance, we will send it for forensic examination. The accused are yet to be questioned as the woman is at her maternal place while the other man is unreachable.”

 

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After the ban on 59 Chinese mobile apps, there is a demand for a ban on pubg

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Demand to ban Chinese goods continues to grow. After the ban on 59 Chinese mobile apps, there has been a demand to shut down Chinese games related to children.

Members of the Parliamentary Standing Committee meeting on Information Technology on Tuesday demanded a ban on the popular but controversial Chinese game PubG among children. The agenda of the meeting was data privacy and data security.

Apart from this, some members expressed concern over the Chinese app being used in the country despite the ban on 59 Chinese mobile apps.

It most prominently referred to the cam scanner. The cam scanner is used to scan documents and photos on mobile and is also included in 59 restricted mobile apps.

Members particularly expressed concern that the police administration of the country is also using this app. The members were more worried about whether sensitive information was being stolen through this app.

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