Swami Chinmayanand, who previously served as India's minister of state for internal affairs, has been charged under a section of the Indian penal code that covers sex crimes by a person in authority, his lawyer, Pooja Singh, said.
The parents of the twins Waseem and Nazma have been arrested for the killing that took place on Sunday. Waseem, who works as daily wager and already has a seven-year-old son, told the police that his financial condition was poor and he could not afford two daughters.
According to the police, the woman, who lives in Campierganj, had earlier eloped with her paramour four months ago and after she returned, she told the police that her husband did not give her eggs to eat and that made her upset.
In the incident, that took place on Thursday evening, the doctor set fire to the victims' house after pouring spirit on the furniture and curtains.
According to local media, an organiser was holding a rooster and waiting to release it in the arena at Pragadavaram village last Wednesday, when it panicked and fluttered, lashing out in the process at the victim, named by police as Saripalli Venkateswara Rao.
The 17-year-old man and four of his family members — including an 11-year-old cousin — were in a hotel room in western Maharashtra state when one of them accidentally pulled the trigger, police said.
The girls were first shown the glamour and luxury of five star culture and later were paid handsome amounts in lieu of honey trapping politicians and bureaucrats. Besides college going girls, over 40 call girls were also hired by Shweta to cater to wide range of clients which included a former Chief minister of Madhya Pradesh.
A democratic regime runs on two important premises — first, that the predominant majority of citizens were law abiding people and the enforcement agencies could use this to their advantage
While drawing up the Indian Penal Code in the 19th century, the British incorporated in it a section to deal with sedition, on the lines of a provision in the English law of the time.
Three prisoners in the Lucknow district jail were bitten by snakes that had entered the premises following water-logging in the area after the city was lashed by rain for two days. The snakes bit three inmates on Monday, one of whom, Babbu, later died. He was serving a life sentence.