In Assam’s Nagaon district, the police foiled a smuggling attempt, and rescued 34 cattle heads from a bus, on October 1. This has come after the police received intel about the cattle smuggling near Kaliabor area, following which a checking was conducted. The driver and others fled the spot after seeing the police, and the police were able to rescue the cattle.
The Outer-north district police of Delhi arrested infamous gangster Neeraj Bawani’s father for alleged possession of illegal weapons, on September 29, informed Delhi police. The arrest has come after the police conducted a raid at his residence, where the weapon was seized. Earlier on September 16, police arrested Sonu, a Neeraj Bawani gang member and recovered a bulletproof SUV and a Scorpio, along with huge cache of arms.
Ahead of the Durga Puja festival, Assam police launched a massive operation to crackdown gamblers. In light of which, five persons have been caught and arrested “red-handed” while they were involved in gambling. Reportedly, the accused were involved in the act of gambling, in a house in Palashgiri village of Kokrajhar district, on September 29. The police also seized Rs 15,500 of gambling materials from their possession.
In Mizoram’s Aizawl, police seized 374 grams of heroin, which is estimated to be valued at Rs 1.87 crore in the International market, on September 17. The police also arrested a 43-year-old woman and seized the drugs from her possession. Reportedly, the drugs were packed in 29 soap cases. The accused has been identified as Rohlupuii, a resident of Aizawl. Further details are awaited.
Delhi police arrested one member of the Neeraj Bawania gang, and seized two bulletproof cars and arms from his possession, on September 16. Deputy Commissioner of Police of Outer North Delhi, said that the seizure included a huge quantity of arms and cartridges. He further stated that the accused was attempting to commit an offence and will be interrogated soon.
In two separate operations, the Assam police have arrested four persons and seized two fake currency making machines, informed police on September 9. The arrests were made in Nagaon and Hojai districts. The arrested persons include Jalal Uddin (35), Vanlalruati (42) and Zoramchhani (40) from Nagaon. And from Hojai, Abdul Jalil was arrested. Various fake currencies were also seized. Further details are awaited.
Neeraj (42), a resident of New Delhi, allegedly stabbed his wife and took his own life, informed police on September 6. The incident occurred in East Delhi’s Laxmi Nagar, and the accused also injured one of his sons. The body has been sent for post-mortem, and a report is awaited. A preliminary investigation revealed that the couple had frequent quarrels.
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In Jharkhand’s Dumka, a group of students after failing in the exams, tied the teachers to a tree and beat them up, for giving them poor marks. An FIR has been filed against 11 students and a headmaster. According to the complaint, the headmaster allegedly gave the instructions to the students to carry out the act. The attack was carried out after the students invited the teachers for a meeting.
In Thane’s Ulhasnagar, a group of dacoits looted a house, and stole valuables worth Rs 10.4 lakh, informed police on August 31. The victim was a priest Swami Dana Ram Sahib Durbar, a religious denomination. Reportedly, the gang entered the house by breaking open the main door at around 5 am on August 30. According to the complaint, the accused a carried swords, and also attacked the priest’s son.
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In the national capital, police have arrested a private hospital owner and three women in connection to an alleged child trafficking racket, informed officials on August 30. The main accused has been identified as Dr Sanjay Kumar Malik (40), owner of Sanjay Global hospital in Jahangirpuri. After receiving crucial intel head Constable Pradeep posed as decoy customer. The accused reportedly offered a baby for Rs 1,10,000.