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									                                PRESS RELEASE

NORTH DISTRICT                                              4th JANUARY, 2011

   GANG RAPE ACCUSED ON A RUN FOR MORE THAN
    ONE YEAR ARRESTED AND KNIFE RECOVERED
       The officials of North District police have arrested Mukesh, aged 24 years, s/o
Kalu Ram r/o B-18/265, Indra Camp, Kalyan Puri, Delhi who is an accused of gang rape
case of P.S. Kalyan Puri and who was evading arrest for more than one year. He has also
been declared P.O. by various courts in at least 6 cases.
INCIDENT & TEAM
       To keep a curb on the crime and criminals, special teams have been formed in all
the police stations of North District and a drive has been started against the active
criminals who can possibly be involved in crime. One of the teams of Police Station
Lahori Gate of North District got the information about a Mukesh, who was sharp enough
to escape the arrest in a gang rape case of P.S. Kalyan Puri for more than a year. The
information was further developed by HC Dinesh Kumar and Ct Ashwani under the
leadership of Insp. Suresh Kaushik, SHO/ Lahori Gate and overall supervision of Dr.
Rajiv Sharma, ACP/ Kotwali. Acting upon the secret information Mukesh Kumar was
apprehended from the area of Police Station Lahori Gate and he was found in possession
of a knife. A case vide FIR No. 2/11 u/s 25 Arms Act has been registered at P.S. Lahori
Gate and investigation has been taken up.
INTERROGATION
       During interrogation it was found that the Mukesh was a Bad Character of Police
Station Kalyan Puri and was absent from the area of his Police Station for about last 2
yrs. He is involved in 12 cases including attempt to murder, robbery and burglary. Since
long he is not attending the court and has been declared proclaimed offender in 6 cases.
The most notorious case was FIR No. 330/09 of PS Kalyan Puri of gang rape in October
2009. The accused with his associates Nisar and Sunny abducted one Seema (name
changed), aged around 18 yrs, r/o Jhuggi Block 18, Trilok Puri, Delhi while she was
returning from her work. She was dragged into the house of Sunny and was subjected to
gang rape by Mukesh while other two held her by limbs and after rape, she was
abandoned. The acused Nissar and Sunny were arrested in this case and till date are in
judicial custody and are facing trial but Mukesh for the last one and half year was
evading arrest. At present, he was staying in a rented accommodation in School Block
       Shakar Pur and was not even contacting his near relatives also to avoid his arrest. His
       involvements in other cases are being probed.
       PROFILE OF ACCUSED
               Mukesh, aged 24 years, s/o Kalu Ram r/o B-18/265, Indra Camp, Kalyan Puri,
       Delhi. He has studied till class 12th. He is married and has no regular source of income.
       His mother is an MCD employee while his father is a kabadi.
       PREVIOUS INVOLVEMENTS
          1.   FIR No. 573/03 u/s 457/380 IPC P.S. Kalyan Puri
          2.   FIR No. 303/04 u/s 279/337 IPC P.S. Kalyan Puri
          3.   FIR No. 279/04 u/s 324 IPC P.S. Kalyan Puri
          4.   FIR No. 516/04 u/s 457/380/411 IPC P.S. Kalyan Puri
          5.   FIR No. 578/04 u/s 392 IPC P.S. Kalyan Puri
          6.   FIR No. 433/04 u/s 394/397/34 IPC P.S. Kalyan Puri
          7.   FIR No. 16/07 u/s 20 NDPS Act P.S. Kalyan Puri
          8.   FIR No. 85/08 u/s 325/341/506/34 IPC P.S. Kalyan Puri
          9.   FIR No. 151/08 u/s 307/120 B/34 IPC P.S. Kalyan Puri
          10. FIR No. 152/08 u/s 20 NDPS Act P.S. Kalyan Puri
          11. FIR No. 156/06 u/s 25 Arms Act P.S. Kalyan Puri
          12. FIR No. 330/09 u/s 376 (g) IPC P.S. Kalyan Puri




                                                                       (SURENDER SINGH YADAV) IPS
                                                                           Deputy Commissioner of Police
                                                                                    North District, Delhi




                                                      PRESS RELEASE




DATED: 04.01.11
                                                     EAST DISTT.

           NOTORIOUS ROBBERS HAVE ARRESTED , ROBBERY OF DELHI & UP
             COMMITTED BY FOLLOWING CRIMINALS HAS BEEN SOLVED,
                    The Staff of PS Anand Vihar, East District have bursted the high- profile
       notorious robbers who were committing crime in Delhi and UP. The name of the arrested
       robbers are as:
   1. Ravi s/o Jai Prakash r/o Sharifabad Rajpur, PS Loni, Distt. Ghaziabad, UP, Age –
      24 Yrs.
   2. Rahul s/o Niranjan r/o Sharifabad Rajpur, PS Loni, Distt. Ghaziabad, UP, Age –
      20 Yrs.
   3. Sachin @ Pintu s/o Subhash r/o Sharifabad Rajpur, PS Loni, Distt. Ghaziabad,
      UP, Age –20 Yrs
   4. Amit @ Sabloo s/o SurajMal r/o Sharifabad Rajpur, PS Loni, Distt. Ghaziabad,
      UP, Age –21 Yrs.

ARREST:
               Due to the spate of house robberies in the area of PS Anand Vihar, East
Delhi, a team comprising SI KK Sharma, , HC Umesh, HC Manoj, Ct. Jagsaron, Ct.
Sudhir, Ct. Rahul, Ct. Vikas, Ct. Sukhbir and Ct Subhash under the close supervision of
Insp. Rohitash kumar, SHO/Anand Vihar, East Distt and overall supervision by Sh. Prem
singh Hooda ACP/Vivek Vihar. Delhi, was constituted. Accordingly the staff of PS
Anand Vihar was deployed at various snatching points and anti-snatching pickets in mufti
on their personal motorcycles. On 03.01.2011, an information was reveived in PS
Anand Vihar that one regular criminal namely Ravi will be coming at cross-river mall
with his associates on two stolen bikes for committing crime. On this, a team of PS
Anand Vihar reached near cross-river mall, where a picket was formed on road no. 58
near X-ing Rishab Vihar towards Vivek Vihar from Karkardooma Court. During
checking, on pointing out of informer four persons on two bikes was sttoped and
checked, on which two Country made Pistol and four live cartridges were recovered
from their possession. Case under Arms Act has been registered against them at PS
Anand VIhar

PROFILE AND INTERROGATION:
                Ravi s/o Jai Prakash is the team leader of this gang. His preferred
associate Sachin @ Pintu s/o Subhash was arrested in PS Shahdara recently in auto lifting
cases. On interrogation they disclosed that they were involved in robbery of Rs. 8.45 lacs
at flyover Gokul Puri with their associates Amit @ Sabloo s/o Surajmal and Rahul s/o
Niranjan. In this regard a case vide FIR No. 271/10, u/s 382/34 IPC has already been
registered in PS Gokul Puri. They also disclosed that they were involved in a robbery
from a lady of Rs. 5 lacs at Dhankaur, GB Nagar, UP on which a case vide FIR No.
511/10, dated 07.12.10, u/s 392/34 IPC has been registered. Accused Ravi disclosed that
he purchased the pulsar motorcycle using the robbed money. They both used these
motorcycles to committed the crime easily.
 MODUS OPERANDI:
            Ravi is the permanent resident of Village Rajpur, Distt. Ghaziabad, UP, but he
stays at various places of Delhi. On specific information collected through his informers he
gathered with his associates to commit the crime. They follow their target on their
motorcycle and attack them with their “Dessi Katta” at a secluded place. If there is any
resistance from the victim, they would use their pistol. After robbing/snatching cash, they
get away from the spot on their motorcycles.
RECOVERY:
   1. Two country made pistol
   2. Four live cartridges
   3. Two M/Cycles
                  The investigation is still in progress and efforts are being made to
recover the rest of the looted money. The Staff PS Anand Vihar, East Delhi which has
done a commendable job in working out this sensational case is being suitably rewarded.


                                                                  [I. B. RANI]
                                               DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE:
                                                          EAST DISTT, DELHI




                                    PRESS RELEASE
                     SOUTH EAST DISTT.
                                Dated:04.01.2011




 A BLIND BRUTAL MURDER CASE OF A RELIANCE EMPLOYEE
  SOLVED AND FIVE ACCUSED PERSONS ARRESTED BY P.S.
                  AMBEDKAR NAGAR.


Incident:


      A dead body fully burnt from front side above Knee and a burnt Motor
Cycle lying on the dead body was found lying in the street near Shop No. 135,
Mahatma Gandhi Auto Market, Virat road Dakshinpuri, New Delhi on the night of
31st December. The deceased was wearing ‘Reebok Shoes’ and blue jeans. The
dead body could not be identified. A case FIR No.01/2011 dated: 01.01.2011 u/s
302/201 IPC was registered in PS Ambedkar Nagar.             From the place of
occurrence a sim card of reliance mobile phone was also recovered from the park
near the place of occurrence.


Investigation:
      A team of police officers under the supervision of ACP/Ambedkar Ngr. Sh.
Mahipal Singh, SHO Ambedkar Ngr. Sh. Om Parkash, Sh. R.K. Shah, ATO, S.I.
Om Prakash, S.I. Gurjeet Singh, HCs Surender & Inderjeet and Cts. Yasin,
Parvez, Sunil & Manish was constituted to solve the case. After sincere efforts
the dead body was identified as that of Vaibhav Mishra S/o Shanti Prakash
Mishra R/o Vill & PS Faridpur, District Baroli, UP and presently residing at A-91,
III Floor, Duggal Colony, Khanpur, New Delhi, age 28 years working as Territorial
Manager in Reliance Communication, Mathura Road, by his friend Shiv Kumar
S/o Sh. Tulsi Prasad residing at A-91, Third Floor, Duggal Colony, New Delhi and
Sh. Suresh Mishra S/o Sh. Arjun Prasad Mishra R/o A-80, II Floor, Duggal Colony,
New Delhi. Further investigation revealed that deceased Vaibhav Mishra had
come to attend a New Year party at about 11.45 PM (Mid Night of 31/1-01.2011)
at A block, Dakshinpuri, New Delhi hosted by his distributor namely Pradeep
Kumar @ Jhonty S/o Shri. Ram Babu Singh, R/o A-53, Dakshinpuri, New Delhi.
Deceased Vaibhav Mishra left the party at about 12.30 AM dated 01.01.2011.
Further investigation also revealed that deceased was having affair with a girl
namely Rinki (Name changed) sister of Surender Kumar S/o Sh. Mauji Ram R/o
E-337, Dakshinpuri, New Delhi, aged about 22 years . Accused Surender Kumar
was having a New Year Party with his friends namely Rajiv @ Ganja S/o Banwari
Lal R/o Anna Nagar, H. No. 642, IP Estate, Near Appughar, Anand Prakash S/o
Mohan Lal R/o J-II/18, Madangir, New Delhi, aged about 20 years, Anil @ Lohar
S/o Rajbir, R/o Jhuggi Near Lal Building School, Madangir, New Delhi, aged
about 19 years and Rahul @ Pawan Chor S/o Vijay R/o B-62, Subash Camp,
Jhuggi New Delhi, aged about 21 Years, in Auto Market Dakshinpuri, New Delhi.
Accused Surender had seen deceased Vaibhav Mishra coming to A block
Dakshinpuri. Thereafter, he hatched a conspiracy along with above said accused
persons to eliminate him as he had seen deceased Vaibhav Mishra roaming with
his sister earlier.   As soon as the deceased reached near Auto Market
Dakshinpuri, Surender and above said accused persons stopped his Motorcycle
and overpowered him and took him to the backside of the Auto Market, Which is
lonely where all accused beat him with stones and Danda. Since deceased was
under the influence of liquor he could not resist. Lateron, all the accused threw
deceased on the ground and kept Motor Cycle of deceased on the body of the
deceased and poured petrol on the deceased and set the body and Motor Cycle
on fire. After burning the body of deceased Vaibhav Mishra and Motor Cycle, all
the accused escaped from the spot.




Motive:
      The detailed interrogation revealed that deceased Vaibhav Mishra was
having affair with sister of accused Surender. Accused Surender did not like the
relationship. Accused Surender came to know that deceased Vaibhav Mishra has
come to attend a party at A Block Dakshinpuri in the backside of Virat Auto
Market and decided to eliminate Vaibhav Mishra with the help of above said
accused persons. To execute their plan the accused Surender sat near Auto
market waiting for the deceased to come there. As soon as deceased come out
after attending New Year party from his friend’s place they overpowered him and
executed their plan.


Profile of the Accused Persons:-
Sl.    Name            & Address               Profession                Age
No.    Parentage
1.     Surender      R/o          E-337, An employee of Vijay 22
       Kumar S/o Sh. Dakshinpuri,   New Band works as Ghoda Years
       Mauji Ram     Delhi               Bhuggi operator.

2.     Rajiv @ Ganja R/o Anna Nagar, H.        He is working as a casual 24
       S/o     Banwari No. 642, IP Estate,     labour with a Band Years
       Lal              Near      Appughar,    company.
                        New Delhi
3.     Anand Prakash R/o            J-II/18,   Private Sweeper working   24
       S/o Mohan Lal Madangir,          New    at Sanchar Mantralaya,    Years
                        Delhi                  CGO Complex, ND
4.     Anil @ Lohar R/o Jhuggi Near Lal        An employee of Pappu      19
       S/o Rajbir,      Building    School,    Dadri    Wala     Ghoda   Years
                        Madangir,       New    Bhuggi, Prahladpur.
                        Delhi
5.     Rahul         @ R/o B-62, Subash        He is also working as a 21
       Pawan       Chor Camp, Jhuggi New       casual labour with a Years
       S/o Vijay        Delhi.                 Band company.


       All the accused persons were formally arrested. Further investigation of
the case is in progress.




                                                       (Dr. O.P. MISHRA)
                                                 Dy. Commissioner of Police
                                               South East District, New Delhi
                                                                            04.01.2011

           BLIND MURDER CASE SOLVED. TWO PERSONS ARRESTED

         With the arrest of two accused persons, the West District Police has solved a
blind murder case of PS Vikas Puri. On 01.01.2011, an information regarding a male
dead body lying in the bushes behind H-3 Petrol Pump, Keshovpur Industrial Area was
received at PS Vikas Puri. There were injuries on the back side and right side of the
head of the dead body and large pool of blood was present at the spot. A case vide FIR
No. 01/2011, dated 01.01.2011, u/s 302 IPC was registered at PS Vikas Puri and the
investigation was entrusted to Inspr. Jagat Singh, SHO/Vikas Puri. The body was later
identified as Ronky, aged about 23 years s/o Sh. Amar Singh R/o C-21-A, Tilak Vihar,
Tilak Nagar, Delhi.
INVESTIGATION
         Immediately an investigation team comprising of Inspr. Jagat Singh, SHO/Vikas
Puri, SI Kuldeep Singh, SI Rajiv Gulati, ASI Rajinder Singh, Ct. Parmod Tyagi No.
979/W and Const. Yogesh Malik No. 790/W under the supervision of Dr. Ramgopal Naik,
ACP/Vikas Puri was formed. During investigation, the friends and other close relatives
of the deceased were thoroughly interrogated. During interrogation of the close friends
and from investigation, the team zeroed down two of his close friends namely, 1)
Harnam Singh @ Ramesh @ Kali s/o Sardar Tirlok Singh aged 24 years R/o C-98-D,
Tilak Vihar, Tilak Nagar, Delhi and 2) Harjeet Singh @ Harry aged 18 years S/o Sardar
Mohan Singh R/o WZ-31-A, Gali No. 9, Gurunanak Nagar, New Delhi as prominent
suspects. During their sustained interrogation, they broke down and confessed to have
committed the crime.
MOTIVE
         During interrogation of the main accused Harnam Singh, it has been revealed
that he suspected that the deceased Ronky was sending obscene messages and
frequently calling his girl friends (Name withheld) which caused hatred and planned to
eliminate the deceased Ronky. Accordingly, he alongwith his cousin, Harjeet Singh
called the deceased for New Year Party and took him on their vehicle Bajaj Discover to a
lonely place behind the bushes of H Block, Petrol Pump, Vikas Puri. After reaching
there, they consumed liquor and there was an heated argument regarding the girl friend.
During this heated argument, Harnam Singh suddenly took out the base ball bat from his
jacket and hit the deceased on his head repeatedly. The deceased subsequently
succumbed to the injuries. The accused Harnam Singh and his cousin had fled from the
spot on their motorcycle Bajaj Discover No. DL4SA Y 7957.
RECOVERY OF WEAPON OF OFFENCE.
         One base ball bat which was used as a weapon of offence had been recovered
at the instance of the accused Harnam Singh from the bushes near the bridge of ganda
nallah, Chander Vihar.
         One Motorcycle Bajaj Discover No. DL4SA Y 7957 which was used in the crime
was also recovered.
PROFOILE OF THE ACCUSED.
1.       The main accused Harnam Singh is a Tabla master who is a 6th class drop out.
2. Harjeet Singh @ Harry aged 18 years S/o Sardar Mohan Singh R/o WZ-31-A, Gali
         No. 9, Gurunanak Nagar, New Delhi. He is a 10th class student.

       Further investigation is in progress.



                                          (V.RENGANATHAN)IPS

                                      DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE:
                                      WEST DISTRICT: NEW DELHI
                                                                    04.01.11

ALERT PICKET STAFF NABBED AN AUTOLIFTER AND RECOVERED STOLEN
MOTOR CYCLE

   With the arrest of accused Rajeev @ Nitu (24 years) s/o Karan Singh r/o H.
No. 46, Ambedkar Colony, Alipur, Delhi, the alert picket staff of PS Alipur
recovered a stolen motorcycle and worked out a case of M.V. theft.

BRIEF FACTS / INCIDENTS:

   On 02.01.11, a picket was setup at Ganda Nala, Narela-Bhorgarh Road, Alipur
to prevent incidents of snatching, robbery, M.V. thefts etc. HC Prem Singh,
151/OD, Ct. Jai Kumar, 864/OD and Ct. Braham Dev 1230/OD were conducting
checking of vehicles. At about 7.30 pm, two motorcycle borne youths
without helmet (Passion Plus bearing registration No. DL-13SA-2843)
came from Budpur side. On suspicion, the picket staff signaled them to
stop for checking but instead of stopping, they took ‘U’ turn and tried to
escape from the spot. Immediately, the alert picket staff chased them
and overpowered one of the accused persons while other accused
managed to escape from the spot. On enquiry, the motorcycle was found
stolen and wanted in case FIR No. 268/10 u/s 379 IPC PS Mahendra
Park, North West District. Accordingly, accused was arrested u/s 41.1 (d) &
102 CrPC and investigation taken up.

INVESTIGATION:

   During the course of investigation, accused confessed that he had stolen the
motorcycle from Mahendra Park about 20 days ago alongwith his associate Pankaj
@ Sonu s/o Narain Singh r/o H. No. 1118, Harijan Chopal, Alipur. He disclosed
that they were going to Narela for looking a suitable customer for the motorcycle
but apprehended by the police. Raid was also conducted at the house of accused
Pankaj @ Sonu but he was found absconding. Efforts are on to arrest the accused
and more recoveries are likely to be made.

CASES WORKED OUT:

  FIR No. 268/10 u/s 379 IPC PS Mahendra Park, North West District.

RECOVERIES MADE :

   1. One Motor Cycle bearing registration No. DL-13SA-2843 (Passion Plus).

PROFILE OF THE ACCUSED:

   Rajeev @ Nitu (24 years) s/o Karan Singh r/o H. No. 46, Ambedkar Colony,
Alipur, Delhi is a school dropout. He is unmarried and works as part time driver in
Alipur. He is a drug addict and BC of PS Alipur. He is previously involved in 7
cases of theft and quarrel of PS Alipur.

                                                             (CHHAYA SHARMA)

                                                               DCP / Outer District
                               F. No.    _________________/HP-II
                       Governm ent of National Capital Territory of Delhi
                                  Home (Police-II) Department
                   5th Level, C-Wing, Delhi Sachivalya IP Estate, New Delhi.
                                 Dated, the __________________

             (TO BE PUBLISHED IN EXTRA-ORDINARY GAZETTE PART-IV)

 OFFICE OF THE DY.COMMISSIONER OF POLICE TRAFFIC: HQ: DELHI.

                                         ORDER


       Whereas for halting and parking of taxis a General Taxi Stands at       “CU Block,
DDA Market, Uttari Pitampura New Delhi” was notified, on temporary basis, for the
convenience of general public vide order no. 6870-970/Admn. Branch/T (DA-III) dated
02.05.2007, respectively.      Whereas the notifying authority had reserved the right to
cancel the notification subsequently in public interest, or reasons of traffic regulations,
requirement of security, local complaints refusal misbehavior, overcharging or any
subsequent objection raised by the land owning agency etc.


       And Whereas on 28.05.2008, a complaint was received in this office from one
Sadhu Singh alleging therein that he was a taxi driver and has been plying his taxis for
the last about 4/5 years at CU Block, Pitampura. He had applied for the GTS at the
above said site i.e. CU Block, DDA Market, Uttari Pitampura and while his request was
under consideration in Traffic Office, another person namely Shri Balvinder Singh who
was already running two taxi stands in Pitampura area, also applied for NOC for the
same site posing as one Shri Atma Singh, on his behalf. Sadhu Singh further alleged
that his request for allotment of the GTS/NOC was rejected
on administrative grounds and whereas the request of Shri Balvinder Singh was
acceded to and NOC was issued to him by treating him as a genuine claimant etc. And
whereas Sadhu Singh had further requested to get the matter examined and cancel the
NOC issued to Shri Balvinder Singh”.


       And whereas analyses of record maintained in this office was conducted and
whereas it was revealed that on 17.07.06, Shri Sadhu Singh had submitted an
application for allotment of a Taxi Stand in local shopping Centre at CU Block, Pitam
Pura, New Delhi. Whereas on 04.08.06 Shri Atma Singh (along with three other co-
applicants viz. Balvinder Singh, Bhagat Singh & Gurmail Singh) had also submitted an
application (jointly) intimating therein that during the year 1986, they had started a
taxi service under the banner of M/s. Bengal Taxi Service from a makeshift taxi stand,
situated on the main road at Q.U Block, in front of Income Tax Quarter, Uttari
Pitmpura which had become congested because with passage of time, the vehicular
traffic had multiplied on this road. Whereas in the said application, they had requested
that their taxi stand might be permitted to be shifted to the new location available at
CU Block, Uttari Pitampura, Delhi. And whereas the request of Shri Sadhu Singh &
Atma Singh & others, were sent to area traffic police for providing feasibility reports.
Whereas the area traffic police had reported that both the applications might be rejected
as both the parties/applicants were seeking NOC for the same location for General Taxi
Stand and they were leveling allegations against each other. Whereas further enquiry
revealed that Shri Balvinder Singh reportedly enjoyed good reputation in the area and it
was recommended that request of Shri Balvinder Singh might be acceded to and thus,
on receipt of NOC from land owning agency (DDA), the subject GTS at CU Block,
Pitampura, New Delhi was notified, on the application/request of Atma Singh vide
No.6870-970/Admn. Branch/T (DA-III) dated 02.05.07.


       And whereas a further enquiry also revealed that, on 21.11.89, Shri Balvinder
Singh had filed an application for allotment of GTS earlier as well, at Community
Centre in Parshant Vihar at Haiderpur Residential Scheme, Zone No. H-7 which was
considered in this office and a GTS was notified vide Notification no. 4990-
5090/SO/DCP/Traffic dated 20.08.93. Whereas this GTS was later shifted to “on 11
meter wide roads in place of earlier site which was located 18 meter wide road” on the
permission of DDA dated 28.02.2002 i.e. within the premises of Community Centre
and all the partners of this GTS were found carrying out their business. And whereas
the allegations leveled by Shri Sadhu Singh in his complaint dated 28.05.08 that
Balvinder Singh had got two GTS notified in different places before the issuance of
the subject notification dated 02.05.07 prima-facie appeared to be correct.


       And whereas on scrutiny of record, it has been further found that Balivinder
Singh, Atma Singh and other partners had not mentioned real and complete facts in
the request/application dated 04.08.06 (joint application) that a GTS was already
notified at Q.U Block, Uttari Pitampura vide notification no. 6475-6575/T.Genl. dated
12.05.88 on the application of Atma Singh dated 19.08.86 and later on this GTS was
de-notified vide No. 9353-9423/T.A.S Branch /D-I dated 04.07.89. Whereas in the
application dated 04.08.06, they had only intimated that during the year 1986, they
had started a taxi service under the banner of      M/s. Bengal Taxi Service from the
temporary taxi stand, situated at Q.U Block, in front of Income Tax Quarter, Uttari
Pitmpura which had become congested and had requested to permit to shift it at the
new location available at CU Block, Uttari Pitampura, Delhi.            Whreas the GTS
operators Balvinder Singh & his other co-partners had concealed the facts in this
application dated 04.08.06 about notification/de-notification of the GTS at Q.U Block,
Uttari Pitampura New Delhi. And whereas thus, Shri Balvinder Singh had also
managed to get GTS notified in the years 1993 & 2007, on the basis of mis-
representation before the traffic police.


       And whereas show cause notice for de-notification of aforesaid General Taxi
Stands, located at CU Block, DDA Market, Uttari Pitampura, Delhi and Community
Centre in Parshant Vihar at Haiderpur Residential Scheme, Zone No. H-7, (later shifted
to “on 11 meter wide roads in place of earlier site which was located 18 meter wide
road” within the premises of Community Centre) was issued by this office vide no.
11067/Admn. Branch/Traffic (DA-III), dated 27.08.2009. And whereas Sh. Balvinder
Singh, the primary allottee of the GTS submitted his reply to the SCN. Whereas he was
also heard in person by the undersigned on 17.05.10. And whereas an analysis of the
written and oral replies indicated that the GTS notified at Community Centre, Uttari
Pitampura vide no. 6475-6575/T.Genl. dated 12.05.1988 was de-notified vide this office
no. 9353-9423/T.A.S Branch/D-I dated 05.07.89 on administrative grounds. However,
the said GTS continued to function from a site located near QU Block Market, Uttari
Pitampura, Delhi. Whereas the analysis has further revealed that since the GTS at QU
Block Market, Uttari Pitampura was functioning without a proper notification, a new
GTS was notified at CU Block, Pitampura in the name of Sh. Balvinder Singh in lieu
thereof on the principle of ‘first-come, first-serve’ (the application of Sh. Balvinder Singh
was receipted in Traffic Unit on 06.04.06 and the application of Sh. Sadhu Singh was
receipted in this office on 17.07.06).


       Whereas it has further been revealed that Sh. Balvinder Singh lent his name and
PSV badge and the registration no. of his vehicle, i.e., DLT-3967 to facilitate the
notification of a GTS at Community Centre in Prashant Vihar, Haiderpur Residential
Scheme, Zone No. H-7, New Delhi by his own admission to help his brother-in-law
acquire and run a GTS, which was notified by this office vide order no. 4990-
5090/SO/DCP/Traffic dated 20.08.93. It is thus apparent that Sh. Balvinder Singh has
misled this office and has facilitated an irregular act. Whereas the aforesasid both the two
GTSs are required to be de-notified immediately on the ground that Balvinder Singh s/o
Sh. Mehar Singh r/o 38-B, EU Block, Pitampura, Delhi had lent his name for the
notification of both the subject GTS’s


       Now, therefore, I Prabhakar, Dy. Commissioner of Police/Traffic (HQ) Delhi in
exercise of powers conferred upon me u/s 3 of the Delhi control of Vehicular and Other
Traffic on Road and Street Regulation, 1980 do hereby de-notify the taxi parking sites
notified at CU Block, Pitampura vide order no. 6870-970/Admn. Branch/T (DA-III)
dated 02.05.2007 and Prashant Vihar, Community Centre (at Haiderpur Residential
Scheme,Zone No. H-7), Delhi.


       This order shall come into force with immediate effect.


       This order shall be published for information of the general public in the official
gazette and by affixing a copy on the notice board of the office of DCsP/Traffic and
Distt. DCsP and Police Stations in Delhi/New Delhi.


       Given under my hand and seal of office on the 04. day of January 2011.




                                                          ( PRABHAKAR )
                                              DY.COMMISSIONER OF POLICE
                                                      TRAFFIC (HQ.) DELHI
                                         ORDER

                         Whereas report have been received that due to the situation
       prevailing in the area of Police stations of North-East District, it is apprehended
       that terrorist/anti-social elements may seek hideouts in the residential areas of the
       said Police Stations/North East District and there is every likelihood of breach of
       peace and disturbance of public tranquility and also there is grave danger to
       human life, safety and injury to public property on that account.

       2.              And whereas it is necessary that some checks should be put on
       landlords/tenets so that terrorists/anti-social elements in the guise of tenants may
       not cause explosion, riots, shoot outs, affray etc. and that immediate action is
       necessary for the prevention of the same.

       3.              Now, therefore, I, Mohinder Singh Malik, Asstt. Commissioner of
       Police, Sub-Div. Seema Puri, North East District, Delhi in exercise of the power
       conferred upon me under section 144 Cr. P.C. 1973 (No.2 of 1974) read with
       Govt. of India, Ministry of Home Affairs, and Notification No. U-11036/1/2010-
       UTL, dated 09.09.2010 do hereby order that no landlord/owner/person of any
       house/property which falls under the jurisdiction of Sub-Div. Seema Puri, North
       East District, Delhi shall let/sublet/rent out any accommodation to any person
       unless and until he has furnish the particulars of the said tenant(s) to the Station
       House Officer of the Police Station concerned. All persons who intend to take
       accommodation on rent shall inform in writing in this regard to the Station House
       Officer concerned in whose jurisdiction the premises fall. The persons dealing in
       property business shall also inform in writing to the Station House Officer
       concerned, in whose jurisdiction the premises fall about the particulars of the said
       tenants.


4.      These orders shall come into force with effect from 03.01.2011 shall effective for
a period of 60 days up to 03.03.2011 (both days inclusive) unless withdrawn earlier.


       5.               Any person contravening this order shall be punishable under
       Section 188 of the Indian Penal Code.

       6.            As this order cannot be served individually to all concerned, the
       order is hereby passed ex-parte. It shall be published for the information of the
       public through the press and by affixing copies of the notice boards of the offices
       of District DCsP, Addl. DCsP, ACsP, Tehsil Offices, all Police Stations
       concerned and the offices of the MCD/NDMC.



                                                          (Mohinder Singh Malik)
                                                            ASSTT. COMMISSIONER
                                                           SUB DIVISION SEEM PURI
                                           NORTH-EASTDISTT. DELHI.


04.01.11

GODOWN BURGLARY WORKED OUT : FOUR BURGLARS ARRESTED
AND 35 CARTONS OF
STOLEN LAPTOPS BAGS RECOVERED

     With the arrest of four accused namely Sakir (30 years) s/o
Munan r/o H. No. 290, Gali No. 10, Nathu Colony, Nathupura, Delhi,
Jafar (28 years) s/o Sabir Hussain r/o 398C, Nayay Khand-II,
Indirapuram, Gaziabad, UP, Bhura Shah (40 years) s/o Shahbuddin r/o
Gali No. 6, DCM Colony, Nathupura, Delhi and Ram Milan Singh Tomar
@
Ravi (22 years) s/o late Kalicharan r/o H. No. 31, Gali No. 2, ‘A’
Block, DCM Colony, Ibrahimpur, Nathupura, Delhi, the staff of PS
Alipur busted a gang of burglars and worked out a recent case of
godown burglary and recovered 35 cartons of stolen laptop bags.

BRIEF FACTS / INCIDENTS :

     On 31.12.10, complainant Sh. Lal Chand r/o Alipur, Delhi visited
PS Alipur and reported that he works as Storekeeper in a godown of
Choraria Exim India, Pvt. Ltd. having its godown at Khasra No. 48/3/4,
Bakhtavarpur Road, near Hanuman Mandir, Alipur, Delhi. On
30.12.10,
when he checked the godown, he found that 38 cartons (total 385
bags)
of laptop bags had been stolen. In this regard, a case vide FIR No.
430/10 u/s 457/380/411/34 IPC PS Alipur was registered after
verifying
the facts and investigation taken up.

INVESTIGATION :

     During the course of investigation, Sh. Satish Kumar, Salesman,
Churaria Exim India Pvt. Ltd. informed that they had caught two
persons who were selling their company’s bags at Deenanath Store,
Janpath, Connaught Place, New Delhi. On suspicion that they might
have
linked somewhere with the godown burglary occurred in the area of PS
Alipur, immediately a team comprising of ASI Dharambir Singh, 619/T,
Ct. Bhim Singh, 1373/OD and Ct. Vikram, 1375/OD under the
supervision
of Inspr. Dinesh Kumar, SHO/PS Alipur was constituted who visited the
store and apprehended accused Sakir and Jafar.

INTERROGATION :
    During the course of interrogation, both accused confessed to
have committed the burglary in godown along with their associates
namely Bhura Singh and Ram Milan Singh Tomar @ Ravi. At their
instance, accused Bhura Singh and Ram Milan Singh Tomar @ Ravi
were
apprehended from a godown at Gali No. 6-7, Nathu Colony,
Nathupura,
Delhi and recovered 35 cartons of stolen laptop bags. One Mahendra
Champion, bearing Registration No. DL-1LL-2179 used for transporting
the stolen goods was also seized.

CASES WORKED OUT :

    FIR No. 430/10 u/s 457/380/411/34 IPC PS Alipur

PROFILE OF ACCUSED PERSONS :

Sakir (30 years) s/o Munan r/o H. No. 290, Gali No. 10, Nathu Colony,
Nathupura, Delhi is illiterate. He is married and has four children.
He originally belongs to District Badaui, UP. He runs a scrap shop in
Nathupura, Delhi. He is previously involved in Arms Act and theft
cases of PS Swarup Nagar, Delhi.


Jafar (28 years) s/o Sabir Hussain r/o 398C, Nayay Khand-II,
Indirapuram, Gaziabad, UP has studied upto 10th class. He is married
and originally belongs to District Badaui, UP. He works as salesman
in a shop in Connaught Place, New Delhi.


Bhura Shah (40 years) s/o Shahbuddin r/o Gali No. 6, DCM Colony,
Nathupura, Delhi is illiterate. He is married and runs a scrap shop
in Nathupura Colony, Nathupura, Delhi.


Ram Milan Singh Tomar @ Ravi (22 years) s/o late Kalicharan r/o H.
No.
31, Gali No. 2, ‘A’ Block, DCM Colony, Ibrahimpur, Nathupura, Delhi is
illiterate. He is married and presently he is unemployed.


RECOVERIES MADE :

35 cartons of stolen laptop bags.
One Mahendra Champion (bearing Registration No. DL-1LL-2179) used
in
commission of crime.
(CHHAYA SHARMA)

DCP/OUTER DISTRICT

                                                                         Dated: 04.01.11



THIEVES EXPERT IN STEALING BATTERIES FROM THE TOWERS OF REPUTED MOBILE
SERVICE PROVIDERS NABBED: 12 STOLEN BATTERIES ALONGWITH VEHICLE USED
IN COMMISSION OF CRIME RECOVERED


        With the arrest Monu (23 years) s/o Chainpal, R/o B-110,
Rajiv Nagar, Begumpur, Delhi, Rohit (19 years) s/o Mulayam Singh, R/o
H. No. 47-B, Katyani Vihar, Rajiv Nagar, Begumpur, Delhi and with the
apprehension of Mohit (name changed being CCL), the staff of PS Aman
Vihar busted a gang of battery thieves and recovered 12 stolen
batteries.
BRIEF FACTS/INCIDENT:
     On the night intervening 21/22.12.10, a PCR call was received at
PS Aman Vihar regarding theft of batteries from the tower of Vodaphone
Mobile Company located at Plot No. 6 Khubram Park, Prem Nagar. The
call was assigned to SI Sribhagwan Singh who alongwith staff reached
at the spot and recorded the statement of Sh. Nirmal Kumar, Technician
M/s. Spel Company Telecom, who was deployed for the technical
maintenance of Mobile Towers of Airtel, Vodaphone and Idea in Delhi.
In his statement, he reported theft of 33 batteries from the tower.
In this regard, a case vide FIR No. 366/10 u/s 379 IPC PS Aman Vihar
was registered and investigation taken up.
INVESTIGATION:
     In order to arrest the accused persons involved in such criminal
activities, a team comprising of SI Shri Bhagwan, Ct. Dinesh and Ct.
Rajinder was constituted. Sources were deployed to develop the
information and local residents were inquired at length to get any
clue about the culprits. During the course of investigation, the
complainant Sh. Nirmal Kumar, Technician, M/s. Spel Company Telecom
informed that when he visited the spot to check the tower, he had seen
an SUV vehicle, bearing registration No. DL-1V-6285 passing through
the tower. On suspicion that this vehicle might have linked somewhere
with the theft of batteries, the ownership of vehicle was verified and
the same was found registered in the name of Skyways Travels,
Sector-3, Dwarka, New Delhi. When the team reached at Skyways
Travels, it was informed that the vehicle was attached with a Call
Centre in Gurgaon and one Brijpal r/o Rajeev Nagar, Begampur, Delhi
was deployed as driver. A raid was conducted at the house of Brijpal
but he was found absconding.
     On 03.01.11, a secret information was received from a reliable
source that Monu S/o Chainpal R/o Rajiv Nagar, Begumpur and Rohit S/o
Mulayam Singh R/o Rajiv Nagar, Begumpur are indulged in battery theft.
 Immediately, the team raided at their houses and arrested both the
accused persons and SUV vehicle used in commission of crime was also
seized.
INTERROGATION:
      During sustained interrogation, both accused confessed to have
committed the theft of batteries from the tower of Vodaphone. They
disclosed that they had also committed theft of batteries in the area
of Kanjhawla, Najafghar and Ranhola. At their instance, Mohit (name
changed being CCL) was apprehended and 12 stolen batteries were
recovered from his possession. On inquiry with regard to rest of the
stolen batteries, he told that the same had been disposed off (Rs.
700-800 each battery) to a person who used to come at his shop for
taking the delivery of batteries. He further told that he gets Rs.
100/- for disposing off each battery. Efforts are on to apprehend
absconding accused Brijpal.
PROFILE OF ACCUSED PERSONS:
1. Monu (23 years) s/o Chainpal, R/o B-110, Rajiv Nagar, Begumpur,
Delhi is illiterate. He is married and residing with his wife as
tenant at the given address. He works on a barber shop in Rajiv
Nagar. He is previously involved in case FIR No. 404/04 u/s
363/364-A/34 IPC PS Mangol Puri.
2. Rohit (19 years) s/o Mulayam Singh, R/o H. No. 47-B, Katyani Vihar,
Rajiv Nagar, Begumpur, Delhi is illiterate. He is unmarried and works
as a battery supplier in weekly markets on daily basis.
3. Mohit (name changed being CCL and hence no profile).
CASES WORKED OUT:
1. FIR No. 366/10 u/s 379 IPC PS Aman Vihar.
2. FIR No. 238/10 u/s379 IPC PS Kanjhawala.
RECOVERIES MADE:
1. 12 stolen batteries.

(CHHAYA SHARMA)
DCP/OUTER DISTRICT

								
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