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The CBI had sought assistance of Verma when it began the investigation in the Ishrat Jahan encounter case on June 82012 Howevera day after he was ordered to assist the CBIVerma had a fall and got a fracture in left femur bone This resulted in the delay in investigations for about three months After Verma began assisting the CBIthe investigations in the case began at full paceleading to the arrest of IPS officer Girish SinghalSohrabuddin encounter case accused N K AminDSP Tarun BarotInspector Bharat Patel and SRPF commando Anaju Chaudhary Howeverthe arrested policemen were later released on bail after the CBI failed to file the chargesheet in time Vermaa 1986-batch IPS officerplayed a pivotal role as a special investigation team (SIT) member and recorded statements of seven key witnesses who testified against allegedly illegal abductioncustody and encounter killing of Ishrat Jahan and her aides Javed Shaikh alias Pranesh Pillai and two alleged Pakistani terrorists Amjad Ali Rana and Zeeshan Johar Verma had come on the radar of the state government after he raided the forensic science lab in Ahmedabad to seize a CD containing photographs of the encounter killing The CBI is gearing up to file the final probe report in this case in the Gujarat High Court on July 4 For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsDubai:The protesters rallied for days in Iran chanting against government corruption and demanding justice That was in 2017 when depositors who lost their savings in the collapse of major government-run credit union took to the streets shouting "Death to (Valiullah) Seif" Iran’s Central Bank governor In the past 10 days there were new protests the largest in Iran since its 2009 disputed presidential election fuelled by young people angry over their bleak prospects This time they shouted slogans against President Hassan Rouhani and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khomeini a figure seen as subordinate only to God by hard-liners The new unrest appears to be waning but anger over the economy persists The protests in dozens of towns and cities also showed that a sector of the public was willing to openly call for the removal of Iran’s system of rule by clerics — frustrated not just by the economy but also by concern over Iran’s foreign wars and general direction That sentiment likely extends beyond those who took to the streets But the protests also showed the constraints on discontent Fear of reprisals probably kept some people away from the protests but so did worry over chaos that might result from unrest and hope that gains could still be made within the system Without drastic change in people’s livelihoods unrest over the economy will only intensify becoming perhaps the greatest challenge for the Islamic Republic as it nears its fourth decade of existence and a new era of leadership looms Economic Woes The collapsein 2017 of the Caspian Credit Institute which promised depositors returns often seen in Ponzi schemes showed the economic desperation faced by many in Iran Retirees unable to make ends meet on their pensions can be found driving many of the taxis crowding Tehran’s roads Universities turn out students with no hope of employment in their fields while those lucky enough to have work often have a second or even a third job Banks remain saddled with bad loans a warning repeatedly sounded by the International Monetary Fund Some of this stretches back to the days of nuclear sanctions while others find themselves mired in the murky finances of the paramilitary Revolutionary Guard which is estimated to control a third of the total economy Representational image AP Inflation initially brought under control by Rouhani has slipped back into double digits according to recent figures He cut some subsidies offered by his hard-line predecessor the Holocaust-questioning populist Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Those subsidies benefited rural and poor voters in the provinces the same people who appear to have taken to the streets in the recent protests initially sparked by food prices The government likely will offer either subsidised food prices or new cash handouts to soothe anger in the provinces although how that comes about remains to be seen But the unrest has had one benefit: It has helped boost global oil prices to over $60 a barrel providing desperately needed hard currency to the OPEC-member nation Battlefield success The recent protests saw some marchers chant against Iran’s foreign wars demanding the government focus first on those at home Since the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003 Iran has expanded its presence across the Middle East as a counter to the American bases that dot the Arab Gulf countries surrounding it The US military accused Iran of training insurgents in Iraq who targeted its troops with roadside bombs and Tehran has powerful influence over Iraq’s Shiite-led government The rise of the Islamic State group as well as the Syrian civil war threatened Iran’s allies and it responded by sending the Revolutionary Guard’s elite Quds expeditionary force into both Iraq and Syria In Iraq Iranian advisers turned Shiite militias into a powerful ground force against Islamic State extremists In Syria President Bashar Assad appeared to be on the ropes until Iran fully entered the conflict He held onto his presidency with Quds force generals leading foreign fighters from Afghanistan and Pakistan as well Iranian-supported Hezbollah guerrillas from Lebanon In Yemen the US and other Western powers accused Tehran of supplying Shiite rebels with ballistic missile technology Protesters denounced the money going to support these groups rather than helping people in Iran But the success abroad also is used by the state to drum up support Revolutionary Guard General Qassem Soleimani has been elevated to a folk hero among some Iranians An assault in June by the Islamic State group targeting Tehran — a rare terrorist attack in the Iranian capital — also galvanised support by the public which fears a return of the bombings and unrest that immediately followed the 1979 Islamic Revolution Iranians also see the aftermath of wars in the region as serving to protect the Islamic Republic’s Shiite-dominated government New era looms Approaching the 40th anniversary of the revolution Iran increasingly will consider who follows the 78-year-oldKhomeini who underwent prostate surgery in 2014 Among those under consideration is Rouhani himself a cleric Both the US and analysts studying Iran say hard-liners initially fomented the economic protests to put pressure on Rouhani but quickly lost control of them Iranian law bars Rouhani from seeking a third term so Iran’s 2021 presidential election will see a wide-open field Hard-liners at one point called for an earlier presidential election saying Rouhani’s policies had failed although that bid went nowhere The economic resentment seen in recent days could prompt the rise of another Ahmadinejad-style hard-line populist — if Iran’s clerical leadership allows such a candidacy It’s hard to tell right now who emerged stronger after the protests — Rouhani or his hard-line opponents Each tried to wield anger over the economy against the other Weeks before the protests Rouhani publicly complained that large parts of the government budget went to religious institutions largely seen as power bases of the hard-liners seeking to deflect blame over the economy From the other side it is widely believed that the hard-liners were the ones who initially stoked the protests to embarrass Rouhani only to see the demonstrations turn against the entire ruling establishment Protests wane anger remains Authorities managed to stifle the protests in part by blocking access to the messaging app Telegram through which demonstrators organised the rallies and shared images from the streets The Revolutionary Guard’s volunteer Basiji force also was deployed and police have arrested hundreds; more than 20 protesters were killed although security forces did not engage in the level of bloodshed that followed the 2009 protests Both US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said they supported the protesters without apparently providing any aid The protests quickly raised the hopes of those abroad who want to see an end to the Islamic Republic But for now that won’t be happening Instead Iran’s ruling system faces a future of grappling with the effects of economic woes that have proven to be unpredictable and potentially volatile Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: May 4 2013 1:24 am Related News To ensure that snarls do not take place and nothing affects the free flow of traffic outside private schoolsthe Punjab and Haryana High Court on Friday directed the DirectorPublic Instructions (DPI) to check whether the private schools of the city have adequate parking space to park vehicles The directions were passed Friday during the resumed hearing of a petition concerning implementation of traffic guidelines The court was of the opinion that it was also the duty of the Administration to ensure that no inconvenience is caused to the residents of the city on account of parking problems outside private schools The court remarked that at the time of the granting of recognitionthe Administration ensures that private schools fulfill all of the the norms The DirectorPublic Instructions has also been asked to look into whether the schools are keeping a check on the violations doneif anyby private schools For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 20 2013 2:57 am Related News There was high tension in Sector 24 Saturday morning after chlorine gas leaked from a cylinder that was being ferried by a municipal corporation (MC) truck The defective cylinder was being taken from Water Works department in Sector 12 to the corporations treatment plant in Mohali Phase-11 to stop the leakage A small amount of leakage was observed when the cylinder was kept at the Water Works department It was decided to transfer the cylinder to a treatment plant to stop the leakage.IE, drama and clash between the families of a couple from Gujarat and Punjab. 2017 11:41 am Shobu Yarladda tweeted about facing racism on the flight way back to Hyderabad. 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