Your Federal Quarterly Tax Payments are due April 15th Get Help Now >>

Dated INTERSTATE GANG OF ROBBERS CHEATS by jennyyingdi

VIEWS: 3 PAGES: 16

									                                                      Dated : 31/03/12

    INTERSTATE GANG OF ROBBERS/CHEATS WHO TARGETED
     LADIES AND ELDERLY PEOPLE AT BUSY PUBLIC PLACES AND
     ROBBED THEM OF THEIR JEWELRY BY POSING AS POLICE
     OFFICERS BUSTED.

    4 ACCUSED INCLUDING GANG LEADER ARRESTED.

    ROBBED GOLD BANGLES, RINGS, CHAINS ETC. WORTH
     SEVERAL LACS OF RUPEES RECOVERED

     Special Staff, South District has arrested four desperate
criminals including gang leader of an interstate gang of
robbers/cheats and has cracked 11 cases of cheating / loot
committed in Delhi and NCR. With their apprehension, looted
jewellery worth lacs of rupees and other property has been
recovered.

ACCUSED ARRESTED:

 1. Sartaj Sheikh (Gang Leader) s/o Alouddin Hussain r/o Indra Colony,
    Ambawali Patil Nagar, PS Mahatma Phule Chowk, Kalyan, District
    Thane Mumbai, Maharastra.
 2. Ghulam Hussain s/o Nashir Hussain r/o Indra Colony, Ambawali Patil
    Nagar, PS Mahatma Phule Chowk, Kalyan, District Thane, Mumbai
    Maharastra.
 3. Yunus Sabur Jafari @ Yunus Shahpur Jafari s/o Shapur Sayed r/o
    Indra Colony, Ambawali Patil Nagar, PS Mahatma Phule Chowk,
    Kalyan, District Thane, Mumbai, Maharastra.
 4. Sheru Mamu S/o Mamu Manu Jafri R/o Indra Colony, Ambawali Patil
    Nagar, PS Mahatma Phule Chowk, Kalyan, District Thane, Mumbai,
    Maharastra.

BRIEF FACTS :

       On 27/03/12, Smt. Saroj Sobti w/o Santosh Kumar Sobti r/o C-46
(2nd Floor), Malviya Nagar, New Delhi reported at PS Malviya Nagar that
at about 9 AM, she was going to main market Malviya Nagar and when
she reached near ITI Main Road, Malviya Nagar, one person approached
her and told Madam “Hamare Sahab Bula Rahe Hain”.                  In the
meantime, another person also reached there and identified both of
themselves as police officers. They cautioned her that this area is highly
crime prone and recently one lady had been murdered by the criminals.
He further told that “tum log itna zever pehankar chalte ho koi
chhinkar le jayega, apne jever utar kar apne bag mein dal lo”.
They also helped her to keep her jewellery in a polythene bag safely.
When she reached her home, she found that jewelry was missing from
the polythene bag. In this regard, a case vide FIR No. 108/12 u/s
379/420/34 IPC was registered at PS Malviya Nagar and investigation was
taken up. On 29.03.12, the accused persons again targeted one more
lady by adopting the same modus operandi and in this regard, a case vide
FIR No. 111/12 dated 29.03.12 u/s 379/420/34 IPC PS Malviya Nagar
was registered and investigation was taken up.

       Few such similar incidents were also reported in Delhi and NCR in
which criminals posed themselves as police officers and advised the
elderly women to keep their jewelry inside the bags and when they
followed their advice; they cleverly changed the jewellery bags. In case
of refusal, they robbed the jewelry on the point of knives also. To arrest
the criminals involved in such activities, several teams were constituted in
South District. A team of Special Staff, South District consisting of ASIs
Shiv Kumar, Mahender Kumar, Sheo Ram, HCs Rajender, Shyamvir,
Ashok, Bhoop Singh, Premjeet, Manoj, Sanjeev Malik, Surender, Tara,
Pratap, Cts Yashvir, Vijay Gaur, Sachin, Amrish, Vivek and (Dvr.)
Lakhminder was also formed under the supervision of Inspector Aishvir
Singh, I/C Special Staff and Sh. Kulwant Singh, ACP/Operations, South
District to identify and apprehend the criminals involved in these cases.

ARREST OF ACCUSED PERSONS :

      The team worked relentlessly to collect the information and
deployed their sources. The hard work of team bore fruits and it
came to fore that a gang of snatchers/cheats headed by Sartaj
Sheikh might be involved in these incidents. Further, it was also
learnt that the all the members of this gang are residing in
Mumbai and Madhya Pradesh and they come to Delhi twice in a
month by flight. They would stay in hotels at Nizzamuddin, Pahar
Ganj, Gurgoan or Faridabad. They used to bring their motor cycles
from Mumbai by train and after committing series of such crime,
would go back to Mumbai by flight except gang leader Sartaj
Sheikh and one other member. The gang leader would go back to
Mumbai by train with the looted article and would also take back
their motor cycles by train.

       On 28/03/12, specific information was received through a reliable
source that Sartaj Sheikh (gang leader) along with his associates would
come at Malviya Nagar Metro Station for boarding a metro for reaching
New Delhi Railway Station with some looted jewelry. Immediately, the
team swung into action and traps were laid at and around metro station,
Malviya Nagar and police team apprehended four members of the gang
including gang leader. They are namely Sartaj Sheikh, Ghulam Hussain,
Yunus Sayed and Sheru. On their search, looted / cheated gold jewellery
and other articles worth lacs of rupees have been recovered from their
possession including the gold jewellery cheated in Case FIR No. 108/12
u/s 379/420/34 IPC PS Malviya Nagar.               Accordingly, all the
accused persons were arrested.

INTERROGATION :
        During sustained interrogation, it is revealed that accused Sartaj
 Sheikh, gang leader is settled in Mumbai and has formed his gang to
 target ladies wearing gold jewelry found walking alone in the market
 places. He along with his associates roams all over the India and has
 committed several such incidents by cheating the innocent people. They
 mainly target senior citizens and women who walk alone near the
 markets, banks and parks. Further interrogation of accused persons is in
 the progress and efforts are being made to effect more recoveries and to
 verify their other involvements.

 MODUS-OPERANDI:

        The modus operandi of the gang is that they would pose as police
 officers and would inform the target person that this area is crime prone
 and frequent incidents wherein jewelry of ladies / elderly people had been
 robbed and then would advice their targeted victim to keep his / her
 jewelry in a bag safely. When the targeted person would comply by their
 advice, they would give him / her a polythene bag to keep the jewelry
 and other valuables. They also carry another similar polythene bags with
 them and would cleverly change the polythene bag.

       The members of this gang also adopt another modus-operandi in
 which they roam near or inside the bank where they target elderly person
 withdrawing money. One of the gang members would approach one
 targeted victim and would ask to check the cash to find out if there is any
 fake currency note. When the targeted person would start counting /
 checking the notes, the gang member would say that he has good
 knowledge to identify the fake currency notes. On this, the victim would
 hand over the bundle of notes to him and he would cleverly cheat some
 notes and would hand over the remaining notes to the victim that all are
 genuine. Later, the victim comes to know about the cheating.

 CASES WORKED OUT :-

 1.   FIR   No.   101/12 u/s 392/397/34, PS Vasant Vihar.
 2.   FIR   No.   108/12 u/s 379/420/34 IPC PS Malviya Nagar.
 3.   FIR   No.   111/12 u/s 379/420/34 IPC PS Malviya Nagar.
 4.   FIR   No.   45/12u/s 379/420/34, PS Sarojini Nagar.
 5.   FIR   No.   126/12 u/s 420/34, PS Rajouri Garden.
 6.   FIR   No.   78/12 u/s 379/420/34 IPC, PS Janakpuri.
 7.   FIR   No.   20/12 u/s 379/420/34 PS Safdarjung Enclave.
 8.   FIR   No.   59/12 u/s 379 IPC, PS Janakpuri.
 9.   FIR   No.   25/12 u/s 420 IPC PS Saket.
10.   FIR   No.   02/12 u/s 419/420/34 IPC PS Model Town.
11.   FIR   No.   225/11 u/s 420/34 IPC PS Ashok Vihar.

 PROFILE OF ACCUSED PERSONS :

 1. Sartaj Sheikh was born in 1980 at Ambawali, Mumbai. He is
    illiterate. Initially, he was selling semi precious stones at bus stops in
    Mumbai but he was not satisfied with his low earnings. Later, he came
    in contact with Yunus Sayed, Sheru and others and they all started
   cheating innocent persons together. Later, he formed his own gang.
   He is married and has two children.

2. Ghulam Hussain was born in 1982 at Ambawali, Mumbai. He is
   illiterate. In his childhood, he started selling goggles at bus stops. He
   came into contact with Yunus Sayed and Sheru and others and they all
   started cheating innocent persons together. He is also married and has
   one daughter.

3. Yunus Sayed @ Yunus Shahpur Jafari was born in 1972 in
   Ambawali Jhuggi cluster. He is Illiterate. He started selling semi
   precious stones at road side. He is married and has two sons. He
   came into contact with Ghulam and joined the gang. He is previously
   involved in the following cases :

      FIR No.            Date            U/S                 PS
    349/2010         29/10/2010      379/356 IPC     HAUZ KHAS
    246/2010         27/10/2010      379/356/411     SAFDARJUNG
                                     IPC             ENCLAVE
    315/2010         23/2/2010       379/356 IPC     HAUZ KHAS

4. Sheru was born in 1957 at Ambavali, Mumbai. He is illiterate. He
   started selling goggles in the markets. He came into contact with
   Sartaj Sheikh and joined his group and started cheating the innocent
   person.

RECOVERIES:

   1.   8 gold Kadas.
   2.   19 gold bangles
   3.   10 gold chains
   4.   3 mobile phones
   5.   25 different type of precious stones
   6.   5 wrist watches
   7.   Perfumes etc.

                                                         (P.K. KUSHWAH)
                                               ADDL. DCP/SOUTH DISTRICT




                             PRESS RELEASE




                                                             Dated: 31/03/2012
                          SOUTH EAST DISTT.
        ALERT COPS AT PICKET, NAB THE MURDERERS
            With the arrest of accused Kushal Pal s/o Satpal
r/o Village: Mahgora, P.S. Pisawa, Aligarh, UP, Age-24 yrs and
Dinesh s/o Ranvir r/o Vill. Akary, PS: Quarshi, Post: Paneti,
Distt.: Aligarh, UP age: 25 yrs. South East Distt. has worked
out a sensational murder case.
INCIDENT:
            On 31/03/2012 at around 0400 AM Ct. Rajeev
Mishra, no. 2880/SE and Ct. Shaikul Khan, No. 3536/SE of
PS New Friend’s Colony were performing picket duty at C.V.
Raman Marg opp. Maharani Bagh and checking the vehicles.
Suddenly an Accent car bearing taxi number DL-1R X 6956
came from Ring Road Ashram side. The car was stopped by
the staff for checking. On general questioning the staff got
suspicious and thoroughly checked the car. The police were
startled to see a dead body wrapped in a bed-sheet in the
shape of a bundle lying on the rear seat of the car kept
between both the accused persons. Picket staff immediately
detained the accused persons and informed the Police Station
about the same.
TEAM AND INVESTIGATION:-
            On receipt of the information SHO/NFC Inspr.
Govind Chauhan alongwith staff rushed to the spot and found
dead body of a male, age around 30 yrs wrapped in the bed
sheet in the shape of bundle. The identity of the deceased was
disclosed as Babu Singh s/o Bani Singh r/o Vill. Akary, PS:
Quarshi, Post: Paneti, Distt.: Aligarh, UP. Subsequently a
case vide FIR No. 84/12, u/s 302,201 IPC PS New Friend’s
Colony was registered and investigation was marked to Inspr.
Raj Kumar. During sustained interrogation the accused
persons revealed that deceased is their relative and they have
strangulated him on the evening of 30.03.2012 at H.N 180
Aliganj, Pilanji, in the area of PS Kotla Mubarak Pur, South
Distt. On further interrogation the accused Kushal Pal
revealed that he had developed illicit relationship with the wife
of deceased. The deceased had got some suspicion about their
relationship and was objecting to it. Therefore, accused Kushal
pal hatched a conspiracy with his cousin namely Dinesh to
eliminate the deceased. As per their conspiracy, yesterday
evening they called the deceased in the evening at Pilinji and
thereafter they all consumed liquor at the room of accused
Kushal Pal. Thereafter when the deceased got drunk, the
accused persons strangulated him with the help of one
handkerchief. They wrapped up the dead body in a bed sheet
in shape of a bundle. Then both the accused persons called a
taxi and kept the dead body bundle in the car and departed to
dump the dead body to any secluded place. However, the alert
cops deputed at the picket at C.V.Raman Marg, Opp.
Maharani Bagh caught the accused persons and recovered the
dead body.

ARREST:
 1. Kushal Pal s/o Satpal r/o Village: Mahgora, P.S.
    Pishawa, Aligarh, UP, Age-24 yrs and
 2. Dinesh s/o Ranvir r/o Vill. Akary, PS: Quarshi, Post:
    Paneti, Distt.: Aligarh, UP age: 25 yrs. South East Distt.



PROFILE OF THE ACCUSED PERSONS:
  1. Accused Kushal Pal : is a relative of deceased and is a
     resident of village Mahgora, P.S. Pishawa, Aligarh. He is
     working as a sweeper at Dak Bhawan. He is illiterate and
     is unmarried.
  2. Accused Dinesh : is a resident of Vill. Akary, PS:
     Quarshi, Post: Paneti, Distt.: Aligarh, UP and is a relative
     of accused Kushal Pal and deceased. He is illiterate and
     unemployed and living in his village at distt. Aligarh.

  Alert Cops Ct. Rajeev Mishra, no. 2880/SE and Ct. Shaikul
Khan, No. 3536/SE are being rewarded for their outstanding
and exemplary work.
     The investigation of the case is in progress.


                                           (AJAY CHAUDHRY)
                                 Addl. Commissioner of Police.
                                South East District, New Delhi.
                         PRESS RELEASE
                    Outer District: Delhi Police
                                                          Dated: 31/3/2012
                   ATTEMPT TO MURDER CASE SOLVED

      Exhibiting brilliant investigation skills and professional competence,
the outer district police comprising staff of PS Mangol Puri achieved a major
success by arresting one person namely Rahul @ Bhim S/O Ranjeet Singh
R/O A-13B, Paschim Puri Delhi age 19 yrs and solved attempt to murder
case of P.S. Mangolpuri. One country made pistol and fired cartridge was
recovered from his instance.

BRIEF FACTS OF THE INCIDENT:-
       On 28/3/2012 at about PM one person namely Nagender Yadav S/o
Darshan Yadav R/O Q-7/165 mangolpuri Delhi was admitted at sanjay
Gandhi Hospital after gun shot injury. Assailant fired on Nagender from
back side and there was entry and exit wound on the body of injured
Nagender. Injured was declared by the Doctor as unfit for statememt,
hence statement of injured could not be recorded. A case vide FIR No.
114/12 U/S 326 IPC was registered at P.S. Mangolpuri Delhi.
       On 30/3/2012 injured Nagender yadav declared fit for statement by
the Doctor and his statement was recorded. In his statement he made
allegation that one Bhima who earlier used to reside at Q block Mangolpuri
and now residing at Paschim Vihar fired on him. Search of suspect Bhima
was made. On 30/3/2012 at about 8.30 PM accused Rahul @ Bhim S/O
Ranjeet Singh was apprehended on a secret information from L block near
water tank and one country made pistol used in crime with one fired
cartridge was recovered at his instance from a vacant space near Peera
garhi Fly over industrial area phase-I Mangolpuri Delhi.
Further investigation is under progress.

Team:-

      A dedicated team comprising of SI Uma Dutt, Ct Manish, Ct Mahesh,
Ct Bhargav and Ct Amit was constituted under the guidance of Insp.
Gajendra Kumar, SHO/Mangol Puri and under overall supervision of Sh. Ved
Parkash, ACP/Rohini.
      PROFILE OF ACCUSED.: -
   1. Rahul @ Bhim S/O Ranjeet Singh R/O A-13B, Paschim Puri Delhi age
      19 yrs He is unmarried and studing in 11th class at C block Govt
      School.
Recovery: -
   1. One country made pistol and fired cartridge
Rahul @ Bhim S/O Ranjeet Singh R/O A-13B, Paschim Puri Delhi



                                            ORDER

               Whereas a large numbers of complaints are being received that people purchasing liquor
vends often start consuming in front of liquor vend and at other public places. Venders selling eatable and
juices, at times, also station themselves unauthorizedly outside liquor vends which further facilitate this
undesirable activity. Sometimes, “Baratis” of marriage processions also openly drink liquor etc., on the
Roads while the Barats are moving. Drinking in public is a nuisance with a serious potential to result in
brawls and quarrels causing serious injuries/death and damage to public and private property. This affects
the peace and tranquility of the area and creates problems in maintaining law and order. It is also a
punishable offence u/s 40 of the Delhi Excise Act-2009 (Delhi Act 10 of 2010).
2.             And whereas it is necessary to take speedy measures in this regard to prevent danger to
human life and safety and to thwart/prevent un-toward incidence which may affect the peace and tranquility
of the area.
3.             Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred upon me by section 144 Criminal
procedures Code, 1973 read with Govt. of India Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi’s Notification
No.11036/1/2010-UTL dated 09.09.2010, I, K.P. Kukrety Asstt. Commissioner of Police, Sub-Division,
Delhi Cantt South west District, Delhi do hereby make this written orders to do the following for strict
compliance by the owners of such liquor vends in the area of Sub Division Delhi Cantt /SW District,
Delhi
a)             Install CCTV with sufficient number of Cameras and recording system with playback facility,
to cover upto 50 meters area in front of the shop. The CCTV should monitor anyone consuming liquor of
facilitating consumption of liquor or any unauthorized vender stationed in the coverage area.
b)             The recording system shall preserve a digital record of CCTV coverage for not less than 10
days.
c)             The vend owner or his agent shall cause to copy the CCTV coverage on a CD and handover to
the police whenever demanded.
d)             Before starting sales for the day, the manager of the liquor vend should ensure the CCTV
system is in a proper working order and in case any defect is noticed, immediate action to get it rectified
should be taken. An entry should be made in the register and intimation in writing should be sent to the
police station simultaneously to be got duly received from the Duty Officer of the police Station
mentioning Daily Diary Number on the intimation.
e)              During the course of monitoring of the CCTV System, the Manager of anyone specifically
designated by the Manager for real time monitoring of CCTV Cell immediately inform the police Control
Room at Telephone No.100 and also the nearest police Station in case any illegal drinking in public or
unauthorized vendor is noticed in the CCTV coverage area.
   f)             The vend owner shall display prominently at least two bilingual sign boards mentioning that
   the drinking in public place is an offence and standing of unauthorized vendors outside the liquor shop is
   strictly prohibited. Telephone number of nearest police Station shall also be mentioned on the signboards.

   4.       This order shall come into force with effect from 19.3.2012 and shall remain in force for a
   period of 60 days i.e. upto 17.5.12 (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 the notice cannot be served individually on 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 on the notice
   boards of the offices of all the District DCsP, Addl, DCsP/ACsP, Tehsil Offices, all police Stations
   concerned and the offices of the NDMC and MCD of Delhi.



                                                                                   (K .P. Kukrety )
                                                                   Asstt. Commissioner of Police,
                                                                   Sub-division Delhi Cantt, ND

   NO--------- ACP/Delhi Cantt dated New Delhi the----------.

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

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

               Now, therefore, I, Vinod Kumar, Asstt. Commissioner of Police, Sub.
Division Gandhi Nagar, Delhi, in exercise of the powers conferred by clause (b) of Sub-
section (I) of the Section 70 of the Delhi Police Act, 1978 (34 of 1978) upon me under
Section 144 Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, read with Govt, of India, Ministry of Home
Affairs, New Delhi’s Notification No. B-11036/1/ 2008 UTI, dated 26.11.2008 do hereby
order that no landlords/owner/person of any house/property which falls under the
jurisdiction of Police Stations specified above, shall let/sublet/rent out any accommodation
to any person unless and until he has furnished the particulars of the said tenant (s) to the
Station House officer of the Police Stations/ 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.

              This order shall come into force with effect from 30.03.2012 and shall remain
in force for a period of 60 days unless withdrawn earlier.

             Any person contravening this order shall be punishable under Section 188 of
the Indian Penal Code; and
               As the notice cannot be served individually on 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 on the notice boards of all DCsP/Addl. DCsP/ACsP, Tehsil
office of the Districts, all Police Stations concerned and the office of the MCD.




                                                      ( VINOD KUMAR)
                                              ASSTT. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE
                                            SUB DIVISION GANDHI NAGAR, DELHI.

   No. 1394-1498 /R-ACP/Gandhi Nagar, dated Delhi, the 30.03.2012.


                                          ORDER


           Whereas, there is mushrooming of BPOs ( Business Process Outsourcing Centers)
   prominently known as Call Centers, Corporate and Media Houses in Delhi and other
   parts of the NCR offering employment opportunity for the youths.

   1.     And whereas, the employees including young women from across the country
          have been staying in various parts of Delhi while their work place may be in the
          NCR region and their employers are providing cab services for the purpose of
          picking up and dropping them from their place of stay to office and back. As
          these organizations are functioning round-the-clock, the cabs are ferrying
          employees even at late night hours. Such employers are reported to have hired
          cabs on contract basis and have not been able to properly monitor these cab
          operators and their drivers for ensuring safe and secure transportation of the
          employees resulting in grave danger to human life, safety and security of the
          employees, especially of women employees.

   2.     And whereas, it has come to notice that certain criminal and anti-social elements
          look for soft targets, particularly during the odd hours and the women employees
          who travel during late night hours are vulnerable to crime and criminal acts by
          such elements, if they are not dropped securely and safely at their places of stay.

   3.     And whereas it is rendered imperative to put some regulatory checks on
          organizations having such service of picking and dropping their employees and
          the transporters, security agencies, drivers and security guards involved in the
          same so that anti-social and criminal elements may not cause danger to human life
          & safety and their property and it is felt that immediate action is necessary in this
          regard.

   4.     Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred upon me by the virtue of Sec.
          144 Cr.P.C., 1973 (No. 2 of 1974) read with Govt. of India, Ministry of Home
          Affairs, New Delhi’s Notification No. U-11036/(i) UTL dated 09.09.2010, I
          Vinod Kumar, Asstt. Commissioner of Police, Sub. Division Gandhi Nagar,
          Delhi do hereby make this written order that all such organizations like BPOs,
          Corporate and Media Houses having the system of picking up and dropping their
          employees and the concerned transporters, security agencies, drivers and security
          guards in the jurisdiction of Sub Division Gandhi Nagar, Delhi shall :-
   a)     Maintain a data base of all employees, security personnel, cab drivers and
          contractual workers working with them for access by the police as and when
          required.
   b)     Hire the security personnel and other contractual personnel as far as possible
          from licensed agencies only.
   c)     Ensure verification of antecedents of all their employees including contractual
          employees.
   d)     Ensure that women employees are not made to travel alone with the cab driver
          during the night and a duly verified security guard is invariably deployed in
          each cab carrying women staff.
   e)     Choose the route in such manner that as far as possible a woman employee is
          not the first one to be picked up for the last to be dropped.
   f)     Ensure that cab involved in transportation of women employees drops such
          employee’s right at their houses remains halted at the point where a woman
          employee has been dropped till she confirms about her arrival/reaching at her
          residence/place of stay through a telephone call.
   g)     Ensure that, whenever the house of a woman employee is so located that the
          approach road is not motor able, the duly verified security guard accompanies
          the employee on foot up to her house and takes a confirmation about her safe
          arrival.
   h)     Exercise effective check and control on the vehicle’s movement in order to
          check any unwarranted activities of the cab drivers, such as picking up
          strangers, straying away from the designated route etc.
   i)     Get GPS system installed in the cabs used in the transportation of employees,
          especially of women employees.

   5.     These orders shall come into force with effect from 30.03.2012 shall remain in
          force for a period of 60 days unless withdrawn earlier.

   6.     Any person/employer contravening this order shall be liable to be punished in
          accordance with the provision of Sec. 188 of IPC, and

   7.     As the notice can not be served individually on 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 on the notice board of the offices of
          all DCsP, Addl. DCsP, ACsP, Tehsil Offices, all Police Stations concerned
          and the offices of NDMC and MCD.




                                                 ( VINOD KUMAR)
                                         ASSTT. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE
                                       SUB DIVISION GANDHI NAGAR, DELHI.

No. 1609-1713 /R-ACP/Gandhi Nagar, dated Delhi, the 30.03.2012 .


                                     ORDER

              Whereas information has been received that some people/groups
may indulge in activities prejudicial to the maintenance of peace in the jurisdiction
of Sub. Division/Gandhi Nagar/East District, Delhi.
1.          And whereas information has also been received that such activities may
            seriously endanger life and property of the citizens and maintenance of
            law and order in the jurisdiction of Sub. Division/ Gandhi Nagar /East
            District, Delhi.

2.          Now, therefore, I, Vinod Kumar, Asstt. Commissioner of Police, Sub.
            Division Gandhi Nagar, Delhi, in exercise of the powers conferred
            upon me under Section 144 Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 (No. 2 of
            1974) read with Govt. of India, Ministry of Home Affairs and New Delhi’s
            Notification No. U-11036/1/2008 UTL, 26.11.2008, do hereby made this
            written order prohibiting the carrying of ‘MASHAL’ i.e. torch carrying live
            flames or live fire candles or live fire in any form in processions, rallies,
            functions, in the entire jurisdiction of Sub. Division, Gandhi Nagar, Delhi.

3.          The order shall come into force with effect from 30.03.2012 and shall
            remain in force for a period of 60 days unless withdrawn earlier.

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

5.          As the notice cannot be served individually on all concerned, the order is
            passed ex-parte. It shall be published for the information of the public
            through the Press and by affixing copies on the notice boards of the
            offices of all Districts DCsP, Addl.DCsP,ACsP, Tehsil Offices of the
            District, all Police Stations concerned and the offices of the MCD.



                                                     ( VINOD KUMAR)
                                             ASSTT. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE
                                           SUB DIVISION GANDHI NAGAR, DELHI.

No.       1289-1393 /R-ACP/Gandhi Nagar, dated Delhi, the 30.03.2012 .


                                           ORDER

                 Whereas a large number of complaints are being received that people
     purchasing liquor from liquor vends often start consuming it in front of the liquor vend
     and at other public places. Vendors selling eatables and juices, at time, also station
     themselves unauthorisidly outside liquor vends which further facilitates this
     undesirable activity. At times, Baraties accompanying Barat also openly drink liquor
     etc. on the roads while the Barats are moving. Drinking in public is a nuisance with a
     serious potential to result in brawls and quarrels causing serious injuries/death and
     damage to public and private property. This affects the peace and tranquility of the
     area and creates problems in maintaining law and order. It is also a punishable
     offence under section 40 of The Delhi Excise Act, 2009.

     1.     And whereas, it is necessary to take speedy measures in this behalf to prevent
            danger to human life or safety, to thwart/prevent untoward incidents which may
            affect the peace and tranquility of the area of Sub. Division Gandhi Nagar, East
            District, Delhi.
     2.     Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred upon me by Section 144
            Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 read with Govt. of India, Ministry of Home
            Affairs, New Delhi’s Notification No. U-11036/1/2008 –UTL, dated 26.11.08, I
        Vinod Kumar, Asstt. Commissioner of Police, Sub. Division Gandhi
        Nagar, Delhi do hereby make this written order for strict compliance by the
        owners of such liquor vends in the area of Sub. Division/ Gandhi Nagar, East
        District, Delhi :-


        a.   Install CCTV with sufficient number of cameras and recording system to
             cover upto 50 meters area in front of the shop. The CCTV should monitor
             anyone consuming liquor or facilitating consumption of liquor or any
             unauthorized vendor stationed in the coverage area.
        b.   The recording system shall preserve a digital record of CCTV coverage
             for not less than 10 days.
        c.   The vend owner or his agent shall cause to copy the CCTV coverage on
             a CD on a daily basis which shall then be handed over to the Beat
             Constable of the area against proper receipt in a register to be maintained
             at the liquor vend.
        d.   Before starting sales for the day, the Manager of the liquor vend should
             ensure that the CCTV system is in proper working order and in case any
             defect is noticed, immediate action to get it rectified should be taken. An
             entry should be made in the register and intimation in writing should be
             sent to the Police Station simultaneously to be got duly received from the
             Duty Officer of the Police Station mentioning Daily Dairy Number on the
             intimation.
        e.   During the course of monitoring of the CCTV system, the Manager or
             anyone specifically designated by the Manager for real time monitoring of
             the CCTV shall immediately inform the Police Control Room at telephone
             No. 100 and also the nearest Police Station in case any illegal drinking in
             public or unauthorized vendor is noticed in the CCTV coverage area.
        f.   The vend owner shall display prominently at least two bilingual sign
             boards mentioning that drinking in public places is an offence and
             standing of unauthorized vendors outside the liquor shop is strictly
             prohibited. Telephone number of nearest Police Station shall also be
             mentioned on the sign boards.

   3.   The order shall come into force with effect from 30.03.2012 and shall remain
        in force for a period of 60 days unless withdrawn earlier.

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


   5.   As the notice cannot be served individually on all concerned, the order is
        passed ex-parte. It shall be published for the information of the public through
        the Press and by affixing copies on the notice boards of the offices of all
        Districts DCsP, Addl.DCsP,ACsP, Tehsil Offices of the District, all Police
        Stations concerned and the offices of the MCD.



                                                 ( VINOD KUMAR)
                                         ASSTT. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE
                                       SUB DIVISION GANDHI NAGAR, DELHI.

No 1499-1503 /R-ACP/Gandhi Nagar, dated Delhi, the 30.03.2012 .

                                      ORDER
               Whereas a large number of commercial places/shops have come up in the area of
Sub. Division/ Gandhi Nagar/East District which are popularly known as Cyber Cafes and large
number of people visit them to use the facilities available in such place including e-mail facility.

6.      And whereas, it has come to notice that certain criminal anti-social elements/terrorists are
        also using these facilities to mislead the security/investigating agencies, create panic
        amongst the public, endanger the security of VVIPs and Govt. Institutions, and help in
        the terrorist activities directly affecting the security of the State.

7.      And whereas, it is necessary to take speedy measures in this behalf to prevent danger to
        human life or safety, to thwart/prevent terrorist activities, which may affect the security
        of the State and disturbance of public order and tranquility.

8.      Now, therefore, I, Vinod Kumar, Asstt. Commissioner of Police, Sub. Division
        Gandhi Nagar, Delhi, in exercise of the powers conferred upon me under Section 144
        Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 (No.2, 1974) read with Govt. of India, Ministry of
        Home Affairs, New Delhi’s Notification No. U-11036/1/2008 - UTL, dated 26.11.08, do
        hereby make this written order for strict compliance by the owners of such Cyber Cafes
        in the entire G. Nagar Sub-Div.Delhi :-

        a.   Prohibiting the use of Cyber Cafe by unknown person and whose identity has not
             been established by the owner of the Café.
        b.   Maintaining a register for identity of the visitor/user.
        c.   Make an entry in the handwriting of the visitor/user mentioning name, address,
             telephone number and identity proof. The visitor/user shall also sign the register
             kept for this purpose.
        d.   The identity of the visitor/user shall be established through identity card, voter card,
             ration card, driving license, passport and photo credit card (any one of them) ;
        e.   Activity server log should be preserved in main server and its record should be
             preserved for at least six months.
        f.    If any activity of the visitor is of a suspicious nature the owner of the Cyber Café
             will immediately inform the Police Station ; and
        g.   Record along with photograph be maintained about the specific computer used by
             the person.

9.      This order shall come into force with effect from 30.03.2012 and shall remain in force
        for a period of 60 days unless withdrawn earlier.
10.     Any person contravening this order shall be punishable under Section 188 of the Indian
        Penal Code.
11.     As the notice cannot be served individually on all concerned, the order is hereby passed
        ex-parte. It shall be published for the information of public through press and by affixing
        copies on the notice boards of the offices of all Districts DCsP, Addl. DCsP, ACsP,
        Tehsil offices, all Police Stations concerned and the offices of the MCD.


                                                         ( VINOD KUMAR)
                                                 ASSTT. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE
                                               SUB DIVISION GANDHI NAGAR, DELHI.

No. 1504-1608 /R-ACP/Gandhi Nagar, dated Delhi, the 30.03.2012.
OUTER DISTRICT Dated: 31.03.12
                                     PRESS RELEASE
  BLIND ROBBERY CASE WORKED OUT BY STAFF OF PS-AMAN VIHAR,
                      OUTER DISTRICT
HIGHLIGHTS:-
       One accused namely Brij Mohan @ Babloo (age-26 yrs) S/O Sh. Ram
      Moorti R/o P-61, Prem Nagar, Kirari, Delhi arrested.
       Rs.22,400/- Cash, part of robbed money recovered.
BRIEF FACTS/ INCIDENT:-
On 18.2.2012 Sh. Rajender Bansal S/o Sh. Abhay Ram Bansal R/o D-197, Aman Vihar,
Delhi reported that he is running a business of waste paper at D-5, Budh Bazar Road,
Aman Vihar, Delhi. At about 9.10 AM, he was going to his godown at D-5, Aman Vihar
from his house having Rs.4 lacs cash in a tarpaulin bag, when he reached in front of D-1,
Aman Vihar two persons age 25/30 years, medium built shallow complexion wearing
pant and shirt having knife in their hands stopped him and tried to snatch the bag and
on resistance one boy stabbed knife in his left thigh. On raising alarm two public persons
namely Jagat Singh and Vijender also tried to save him, but these boys threatened and
warned them on knife point. After looting the bag containing Rs.4 lacs these boys
managed to flee from the spot. A case vide FIR No.45/12 dated 18.2.2012 U/S
394/397/34 IPC was registered at PS-Aman Vihar.
INVESTIGATION:-
A team consisting of Inspector Anil Kumar, SHO/Aman Vihar, SI Sumit Kumar, SI Subh
Ram, ASI Nand Kishore, HC Satish Kumar, 389/OD and Ct. Rupesh Kumar No. 1523/OD
under the close supervision of Sh. Jasmeet Singh, ACP/Sultan Puri was constituted to
check and verify the criminals having previous record of similar crimes. After verifying
more than 60 criminals of different profile one Deepak S/o Sh.Kishan Lal R/o RZ-98
Karan Vihar, Part-III, Aman Vihar, Delhi informed Ct.Rupesh Kumar No.1523/OD that
one month ago Brij Mohan @ Babloo (age-26 yrs) S/o Sh.Ram Moorti R/ P-61 Prem
Nagar-I, Kirari, Delhi has asked him to rob the present complainant Sh.Rajender Bansal
and has also shown him the residence as well as godown of the complainant. Since he is
a local resident and most of the people of the locality recognize and identify him, he
refused to execute the plan of robbery. Thereafter Brij Mohan @ Babloo offered this
plan to one desperate BC of Anand Parbat namely Daulat S/o Sh.Rattan Singh R/o Nehru
Nagar, Anand Parbat, Delhi. During the course of enquiry, it was revealed that Daulat
has been arrested by SOS cell of Crime Branch in some other case, whereas Brij Mohan
@ Babloo is present at his home. But Brij Mohan @ Babloo smelled out the police
investigation and disappeared from his house alongwith his wife and children. The call
details of his mobile phone No.9212244312 and mobile phone of his associate Daulat
were obtained and it was established that at the time of incident both were present at
the place of incident. On interrogations of frequent contacts, accused Brij Mohan @
Babloo was apprehended on 29.03.12.

INTERROGATION :-

On sustained interrogation, he confessed that he was previously involved in a snatching
case reported vide FIR No.1124/06 U/S 356/379/34 IPC PS Nangloi. In this case he
alongwith his brother in-law namely Rakesh snatched a mobile phone. He further stated
that presently he is facing financial problem, therefore he planned to rob some
businessman with huge amount. One Vinod his neighbour (Now expired) informed him
about Rajender Bansal and told that he used to carry heavy amount daily to his godown
from his house. Therefore he make up his mind to rob him, but this was not possible
alone, therefore he offered this plan to Deepak @ Kalia and on his refusal to Daulat.
Ultimately they executed the plan on 18.2.2012 in the morning and divided the booty
equally. After some time Daulat was arrested by crime branch alongwith other criminal
and presently he is running in jail. Rs.22,400/- were recovered from his possession, he
further disclosed that he has kept Rs.65,000/- with his wife. Accordingly, the accused
Brij Mohan @ Babloo mentioned above was arrested in this case and sent to J/C in
muffled face, as his TIP is yet to be got conducted, which is fixed for 3.4.2012. After TIP,
the accused will be taken on police remand for other recoveries.
TEAM:-

         1. SI Sumit Kumar
         2. SISubh Ram
         3. ASI Nand Kishore
         4. HC Satish Kumar No. 389/OD
         5. Ct. Rupesh Kumar No. 1523/OD
PROFILES OF ACCUSED PERSON:
        Brij Mohan @ Babloo (age-26 yrs) S/o Sh. Ram Moorti R/o P-61, Prem Nagar, Kirari,
Delhi. He is studied upto 12th standard. He is an electrician by profession.
PREVIOUS INVOLVEMENT OF ACCUSED BRIJ MOHAN:-
        1. FIR No.1124/06 U/S 356/379/34 IPC PS Nangloi.
CASE WORKED OUT:-
        1. FIR No.45/12 dated 18.2.2012 U/S 394/397/34 IPC, PS-Aman Vihar, Delhi.
RECOVERY:
        1. Rs.22,400/- Cash.
                                                                             (B.S. JAISWAL)
                                                         DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF POLICE
                                                                      OUTER DISTRICT, DELHI

								
To top