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All the people Amolik used in the actual killing were well known to him and he trusted them. While police initially thought the hit squad comprised only Venkatesh Shettiar and Wajid Qureshitheir interrogation revealed Amolik had two back-up teamswhich led to the arrest of Altaf Khan and Naseer Ansari alias Bhai Jaan Interrogation of Khan and Ansari helped identify the other accusedthe police said Interestinglywhile Shettiar was promised Rs 2 lakh for the jobQureshi did not take moneytelling Amolik he was doing the job out of loyalty to him Khan and Ansari are still being interrogated to check what incentive they were offered For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Vadodara | Updated: May 1 2014 10:04 am Youth too turned out in big numbers to cast their votes Related News Braving the soaring mercury levels people in Vadodara came out to vote in big numbers according to official figures with the constituency clocking 70% turnout by 630 pm While several patients arrived in ambulances across polling stations citizens registered with corporate initiatives to encourage voting also brought out people to the polling booths Youth too turned out in big numbers to cast their votes Many of them were first-time voters At the Bhadra Kacheri poll booth siblings Farhana Shaikh and Kamil Raza cast their votes hours ahead of their respective nikaah on Wednesday Their father Mohammad Afroz said he had shifted the time of the nikaah planned a year in advance to the evening so that invited guests too could exercise their franchise before attending the wedding festivities Afroz said “We are very fortunate that we are choosing the prospective Prime Minister of the country from Vadodara and it is only in the interest of the country to vote” Kamil who is pursuing journalism said he felt proud that he first performed his “duty as a citizen” before beginning his new life As polling began in Gujarat early on Wednesday morning Vadodara Anand and Chhota Udepur constituencies recorded under 15% polling until 9 am but all three constituencies inched towards the 70% mark by 5pm Even as the CCTV cameras were absent from most polling booths despite the decision of the DEO to install CCTV cameras across the constituency live webcasting was seen at one of the four booths at MES School in Gendigate Voters chose to cast their ballots early morning to avoid the heat with maximum voting being recorded until 1 pm Across seven Assembly constituencies in Vadodara Waghodia recorded the highest 71% voter turnout followed by the city areas with an average of 65% (Savli with 6413%) till about 5 pm In many polling booths senior citizens as well as physically disabled voters cast their vote At Narmadaben Phulchand primary school Champaner in Bhoiwada in Vadodara 104-year-old Bibiben Rangrej arrived in an ambulance with a flock of nurses and doctors to cast her vote Unable to speak Rangrej could not express her views but her family said she had insisted on being taken to the polling booth Dr Parul Banker who facilitated Rangrej’s visit to the polling station said her team had received 46 registrations for ambulances from wheelchair-bound voters in the constituency In Vadodara early voters included MP Balkrishna Shukla and five BJP MLAs apart from four members of the Gaekwad royal family including Samarjitsinh Gaekwad wife Radhikaraje Rajmata Shubhanginidevi who was also a signatory for Modi’s nomination and Mrunalinidevi Puar Chancellor of MSU Puar who was assisted to the booth by members of the royal family expressed her disappointment at the use of derogatory language by politicians Puar said “It is sad to see that all politicians have indulged in the use of unmentionable language during campaigns It has dropped the level of politics I am very sad about it” In Vadodara several senior citizens also cast their vote In Chhota Udepur tribal areas witnessed a good turnout Jenu Devan Chhota Udepur Collector and DEO said “There is a good response at most booths even in the rural areas” For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAfter a harsh primary Republicans kicked off Donald Trump’s general election campaign with a warm and personal validation from his wife Melania Trump who emotionally assured GOP convention delegates and voters across the country that the brash candidate has the character and determination to unite a divided nation "If you want someone to fight for you and your country I can assure you he is the guy" Mrs Trump told delegates in her highest profile appearance of the presidential campaign Her husband made a brief but showy entrance into the convention hall to introduce her emerging from shadows and declaring "We’re going to win we’re going to win so big" He returned to the stage after his wife’s remarks greeting her warmly with a kiss and cheering her on along with the crowd Melania Trump’s appearance was a sharp contrast to most of the night’s other speakers who painted a bleak picture of an American future that they said only her husband can correct The evening’s "Make America Safe Again" theme took on new resonance given the nation’s unsettlingly violent summer Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump walks off the stage with his wife Melania during the Republican National Convention on Monday A parade of speakers told detailed stories about deadly combat missions and loved ones killed at the hands of people in the United States illegally And they cast the turbulent times as a direct result of weak leadership by President Barack Obama and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton who spent four years in the administration "Who would trust Hillary Clinton to protect them I wouldn’t" Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said in one of the night’s most fiery addresses Many of the party’s past and future stars were glaringly missing from the lineup underscoring the concerns some GOP leaders have with closely aligning themselves with Trump The businessman has cast aside decades of Republican orthodoxy in his unexpected political rise creating a crisis within the GOP about its future Republican divisions erupted briefly on the convention floor Monday afternoon after party officials adopted rules by a shouted voice vote Anti-Trump forces seeking to derail his nomination responded with loud and angry chants though they were quickly quieted and there were no lingering signs of the protests as delegates returned to the cavernous convention hall for the evening program Trump hoped the chaos would be little more than a footnote Despite persistent party divisions his campaign is confident Republicans will come together behind their shared disdain for Clinton Convention speakers highlighted at length the deadly 2012 attacks on Americans in Benghazi Libya while Clinton was serving as Secretary of State The mother of one of the victims choked back tears as she personally blamed Clinton for her son’s death and accused her of giving a false explanation for the attack "If Hilary Clinton can’t give us the truth why should we give her the presidency" Pat Smith said The convention comes amid a wrenching period of violence and unrest both in the United States and around the world In a matter of weeks Americans have seen deadly police shootings a shocking ambush of police in Texas and escalating racial tensions not to mention a failed coup in Turkey and gruesome Bastille Day attack in Nice France Three police officers were killed in Baton Rouge Louisiana on the eve of the convention’s opening day Convention speakers relentlessly cast the troubling times as a result of ineffective leadership by President Barack Obama and Clinton who spent four years in his administration "Hillary Clinton cannot be trusted Her judgment and character are not suited to be sitting in the most powerful office in the world" said Sen Joni Ernst R-Iowa Ernst is one of the Republican Party’s rising stars but the speaking schedule had her appearing late in the night before a nearly empty hall Trump has been vague about how he would put the nation on a different course offering virtually no details of his policy prescriptions despite repeated vows to be tough Campaign chairman Paul Manafort said Trump would "eventually" outline policy specifics but not at the convention However Trump said in a Monday night interview with Fox News that his convention speech Thursday would discuss a "major major" tax cut immigration getting rid of burdensome regulations and taking care of veterans The line-up of speakers and no-shows for the four-night convention was a visual representation of Trump’s struggles to unify Republicans From the party’s former presidents to the host state governor many leaders were staying away from the convention stage or Cleveland altogether wary of being linked to a man whose proposals and temperament have sparked an identity crisis within the GOP Trump’s team insists that by the end of the week Republicans will plunge into the general election campaign united in their mission to defeat Clinton But campaign officials undermined their own effort Monday by picking a fight with Ohio Gov John Kasich who is not attending the convention and has yet to endorse Trump" Manafort in remarks to reporters at a Bloomberg breakfast called Kasich "petulant" and said the governor was "embarrassing" his party in his home state Even some of those participating in the convention seemed to be avoiding their party’s nominee When House Speaker Paul Ryan spoke to Wisconsin delegates Monday morning he made no mention of Trump in his remarks Ryan asked at a later event whether Trump was really a conservative said: "Define conservative; he’s not my kind of conservative" Washington:Republican leaders in Washington are coming to grips with the possibility — perhaps even probability — that Alabama’s Roy Moore will win his special election next Tuesday and join them in the capital Looking past allegations of sexual misconduct with Alabama teenagers President Donald Trump formally endorsed Moore and the Republican National Committee quickly followed suit transferring $170000 to the Alabama Republican Party to bolster Moore’s candidacy "I think he’s going to do very well We don’t want to have a liberal Democrat in Alabama believe me" Trump said Tuesday during a lunch with Republican senators "We want strong borders we want stopping crime we want to have the things that we represent and we certainly don’t want to have a liberal Democrat that’s controlled by Nancy Pelosi and controlled by Chuck Schumer we don’t want to have that for Alabama" Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell who once called on Moore to get out of the race changed his rhetoric over the weekend to say that it was Alabama voters who should decide The changed tone — and Trump’s decision to do away with any facade of distancing himself from the race — make it clear they are increasingly confident in Moore’s chances of victory despite the continued unease of some other Republicans The special election is next Tuesday for the seat once held by Jeff Sessions now the US attorney general Although the polls have showed a narrowing contest with Democrat Doug Jones Alabama is a strongly Republican state and Democrats generally have littlehope there File image of Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore AP A Moore victory would set up a potential clash with fellow Republicans in Congress some of whom have resoundingly called on him to quit the race While some have softened their rhetoric recently others have said they still will try to expel him if he is elected An RNC official confirmed late Monday that the committee would once again be supporting Moore after severing its fundraising ties to his campaign last month On Tuesday the official said the RNC had made two transfers to the state party: one for $50000 and another for $120000 The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the official was not authorised to discuss the transfers by name Trump’s former chief strategist Steve Bannon Breitbart’s executive chairman attended a rally with Moore Tuesday evening Buoyed by the taste of his own success in Congress as the Republican tax bill inches closer to passage Trump telephoned Moore on Monday to offer encouragement as well as support and also argued in a pair of tweets that Moore’s vote was badly needed to push the president’s policies forward Weeks ago when accusations of sexual misconduct with teenagers first surfaced Trump’s spokesman had said the president believed Moore would "do the right thing and step aside" if the allegations were true Top Republicans had vowed to expel him from the Senate if he wins Publicly and privately GOP leaders described the allegations against Moore as credible and insisted there were no circumstances under which he should serve in the Senate Moore’s campaign was wounded by accusations this fall of sexual misconduct decades ago made by women who were then teenagers One of the women alleges he initiated sexual contact when she was 14 Moore has denied the allegations saying "I do not know any of these women I did not date any of these women I did not engage in any sexual misconduct with anyone" Trump who has repeatedly noted Moore’s denials took a more political stance on Monday "Democrats refusal to give even one vote for massive Tax Cuts is why we need Republican Roy Moore to win in Alabama" Trump tweeted "We need his vote on stopping crime illegal immigration Border Wall Military Pro Life VA, "I think he’s interested, Kharar is the largest sub-division as it caters to five police stations while the sub-divisions had three police stations each under their jurisdictions. 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