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PRESS RELEASE                                               CENTRAL DISTRICT

   ONE WOMAN ARRESTED FOR CHEATING INNOCENT PEOPLE ON THE PRETEXT OF
            FACILITATING WORK CONTRACTS IN INDIAN RAILWAYS

            With the arrest of a woman namely Seema Malhotra aged about 40 years w/o Sh.
Jogender Malhotra r/o New Delhi, the staff of Police Station Pahar Ganj, Central District has
solved a case of cheating in which the victim was cheated of approx. Rs. 8.25 lacs on the pretext
of providing catering tender in the Indian Railways.
 INCIDENT:
         Sh. Abhayjeet Singh Kalra s/o Sh. Kanwaljit Singh Kalra r/o 29/22, Punjabi Bagh Extension,
Delhi gave a complaint at PS Pahar Ganj, that he is the proprietor of M/S Hot Oven, a Bakery
shop, located at Ajmal Khan Road, Karol Bagh, New Delhi and his mother runs a cloth store. In the
month of August 2010, one lady introduced herself as Ms. Seema Malhotra, PA to the Union
Minister for Indian Railways and started visiting his mother’s shop to buy clothes. After some
visits, she developed friendly relations with them subsequently one day, Ms. Seema Malhotra
requested him to pack some food for the Hon’ble Minister and on the next day, she informed him
that the minister had praised the food and she even made him talk on the phone to a lady who
represented herself as the railway minister. Later, the accused informed him about a new project
of the Indian Railways namely “The Rajasthan Royals Express” and encouraged him to apply for
the tender for catering of food in the upcoming train as it could be very profitable for him. She
convinced him by alluring that the worth of contract is more than Rs. 23 crores and that she can
facilitate him to bag the contract and once the contract is granted, 30% of the contract amount
i.e. Rs. 7 crores shall be paid to him in advance. Further, he also gave a quotation of rates to her
to be delivered in Railway Ministry, the accused later represented to him that the quotation had
been approved by the Ministry. Subsequently, she took a pay order for Rs. 5.50 lacs as part fee of
the tender in favour of R.B. (Madhu Singh), as she represented that R.B. stands for Railway Board
and Ms. Madhu Singh was a senior official in railways who handles all the finances. On the next
day, she gave him a receipt of Indian Northern Railways showing a deposit of Rs. 5.50 lacs.

        After some time, accused Ms. Seema Malhotra again visited his shop and further informed
that he was on the verge of being awarded the contract for catering of food. She further allured
him to apply for tender of toilet kits in the upcoming train “The Rajasthan Royal Express”. After
being convinced about her offer, the complainant’s father gave a pay order of Rs. 2.75 lacs as part
fee for the tender again in favour of R.B. (Madhu Singh). She also got filled from him a tender
form bearing the logo of Indian Northern Railways. On the next day, she visited his shop and
handed his father a receipt of Rs. 2.75 lacs and they were told to deposit the balance amount of
Rs. 11 lacs in two installments of Rs. 5.5 lacs each within one month. Before paying the amount,
the complainant confirmed about the authenticity of the tenders and he came to know that the
pay orders were deposited in private account and there was no project in the name of “The
Rajasthan Royal Express as represented by her and that he had been cheated for Rs. 8.25 lacs.
Subsequently, a case of cheating vide FIR No. 153/11 was registered at PS Pahar Ganj and
investigation was taken up.
TEAM & INVESTIGATION
        A police team consisting of Inspr. Bijender Singh SHO/Pahar Ganj, SI Khemender Pal Singh
and others was constituted under the supervision of Sh. Raja Ram Yadav, ACP/Pahar Ganj.

       During investigation, it was found that two pay orders given by the complainant to Seema
Malhotra were credited in the account of R.B. Madhu Singh at Punjab National Bank, Pahar Ganj,
Delhi on 06.12.2010 and 01.01.2011 respectively. Investigation was also made at Rail Bhawan and
it was found that there is no project namely “The Rajasthan Royals Express” (RROW) being run by
the Indian Railway in association with Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation (RTDC).
During further investigation, it was revealed that no person was working in the Personal Section
of Railway Minister in the name of Seema Malhotra and no such organization called Indian
Northern Railway” was in existence. It was also revealed that accused Seema Malhotra had sold
her house and left for unknown place.

       Further intelligence was developed and sources were deployed to ascertain the
whereabouts the Ms. Seema Malhotra and after painstaking investigation, it was revealed that
accused Seema Malhotra is living in D–I Block, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. On 07.02.12, the police
team arrested accused Seema Malhotra from Vasant Kunj, New Delhi.

INTERROGATION

        Accused Ms. Seema Malhotra was subjected to sustained interrogation in which she
disclosed that she is in habit of living a luxurious lifestyle. In order to live lavishly, she started to
cheat innocent people on the pretext of getting admission of their children in reputed schools
and to facilitate accommodation etc. She had previously been also arrested in a cheating case of
PS Greater Kailash by EOW, Delhi Police and while she was in jail, she met one RB Madu Singh @
Divya Thakur and became friendly with her. After her release from the jail, both the accused
persons planned to cheat the innocent people on the pretext of getting supply orders/contracts
in Railways. They opened a number of accounts in various banks to swindle the cheated amount,
as they received payments through bank instruments. In this particular case, the pay-order was
got in the name of RB (Madhu Singh).

        It was also revealed that previously also, she was involved in three cases of cheating at
Police Stations Pahar Ganj, Nabi Karim & Greater Kailash. She had jumped bail in these cases and
the Hon’ble Court has issued non-bailable warrants against her.

       Further raids are being conducted to apprehend the other accused R B Madu Singh @
Divya Thakur. Further investigation/interrogation is in progress.


PROFILE

       Seema Malhotra (aged 40 years) W/o Sh. Jogender Malhotra is presently residing in a
rented house at D-I Block, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. Before this, she was residing in the area of PS
Pahar Ganj. She is graduate from Chennai. About 4-5 years back, she used to earn her livelihood
by supplying bags and uniform but due to her meager income, she started cheating the innocent
people by different modes. Her previous involvements are as under:

1.     FIR No. 131/10 u/s 420 IPC, PS Pahar Ganj,
2.     FIR No. 101/11 u/s 420 IPC, PS Nabi Karim,
3.     FIR No. 139/08 U/s 420/467/468/471/120B IPC, PS Greater Kalash, Delhi



                                                            (DEVESH CHANDRA SRIVASTVA), IPS
                                                              ADDL. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE,
                                                                     CENTRAL DISTRICT, DELHI.
                                                                                        Dated 08.02.2012

PRESS RELEASE                                                  CENTRAL DISTRICT

    BAD CHARACTERS ARRESTED FOR KIDNAPPING A MAN FOR RANSOM: RANSOM
                     MONEY OF RS. 10, 300/- RECOVERED

        With the arrest of three persons namely Islamuddin @ Bhura, aged about 30 years s/o Mohd. Shafiq
r/o Q-6, DDA Flats, Turkman Gate, Delhi, (2) Sarfaraz, aged about 31 years s/o Nazir Ahmed r/o Q-12,
DDA Flats, Turkman Gate, Delhi and (3) Abu Asim, aged about 24 years s/o Mohsin Khan r/o 2913,
Turkman Gate, Delhi District police has solved a case of kidnapping for ransom.

INCIDENT

         On 06-02-2012, at 11:10 PM, a PCR call was received from Kamran that his friend namely Zahid
has been kidnapped by some persons. On this, SHO/Chandni Mahal along with his team reached the spot
immediately. On the spot, it was revealed that the kidnapped person namely Zahid has been released by the
accused persons after extorting a ransom of Rs. 20,000/-, who also snatched the I-phone of the victim. On
this a case of kidnapping for ransom vide FIR No. 17/12 u/s 364A/34 IPC was registered at PS Chandni
Mahal and investigation was taken up.
TEAM & INVESTIGATION
         A team consisting of Inspr. Satender Mohan, SHO/Chandni Mahal, Inspr. Satish Malik, Inspr.
ATO/Chandni Mahal, Inspr. Vinod Kumar, Inspr. Investigation/Chandni Mahal, SI Yashpal Singh, HC
Ombir Singh, HC Shyam Sunder, Ct. Gagan and Ct. Rohtash was constituted under the close supervision of
Sh. Maluk Singh, ACP/Darya Ganj.
         During investigation, it was revealed that the accused had kidnapped the victim at about 10 pm on
06.02.12, from his friend’s house at 2556, first floor, gali dispensary, Shankar gali, Turkman Gate, Delhi
and snatched his I-Phone mobile and switched it off. The accused persons took the victim to the office of
one of the accused persons namely Islamuddin @ Bhura at 2517, Gali Lajpat Rai, Sitaram Bazar, Turkman
Gate, Delhi and beat him up mercilessly with sticks and fists. Then accused Bhura put a pistol on his head
and asked him to arrange for Rs. 20,000/- immediately. On this, the complainant called his friend namely
Aamir from his other mobile phone and asked him to bring Rs. 20,000/- at Mother Dairy booth, Asaf Ali
Road. When Aamir came there, then all three accused dragged him to the Mother Dairy booth and snatched
the money from Aamir. Thereafter, they again took victim to the office of Bhura and beat him mercilessly
and threatened him not to report the matter to police and let him go.
         During investigation, it was revealed that two of the accused persons namely Islamuddinn @ Bhura
and Sarfaraz are Bad Characters (BCs) of PS Chandni Mahal and Abu Asim has also been previously
arrested in case FIR No. 156/11 u/s 457/380/411/34 IPC, PS Darya Ganj.
         Several raids were conducted at the possible hideouts of accused persons. On the basis of secret
information, all the three accused persons were apprehended by the police team while they were trying to
flee from Delhi and a part of ransom money i.e. Rs. 10,300/- and the snatched mobile I-phone along with
SIM Card were recovered from their possession.
         Further investigation/interrogation is in progress.
PROFILE

   1.      Islamuddin @ Bhura s/o Mohd. Shafiq r/o Q-6, DDA Flats, Turkman Gate, Delhi is 30 years
           old. He is illiterate. He has been previously involved in six cases of hurt and MV Theft.
   2.      Sarfaraz, aged s/o Nazir Ahmed r/o Q-12, DDA Flats, Turkman Gate, Delhi is 31 years old. He
           is illiterate. He has been previously involved in five cases of hurt.
   3.      Abu Asim s/o Mohsin Khan r/o 2913, Turkman Gate is 24 years old. He is illiterate. He has
           been previously involved in one case of burglary of PS Darya Ganj.

                                                                     (DEVESH CHANDRA SRIVASTVA), IPS
                                                                       ADDL. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE,
                                                                              CENTRAL DISTRICT, DELHI.
                                        WEST DISTT.
Dated 08.02.2012
GANG OF NOTORIOUS SNATCHERS CUM BURGLARS BUSTED

Special Staff of West District has busted a gang of notorious snatchers cum house burglars. The

master mind Ashok @ Sonu along with his associate Yashpal has been arrested. Three cases of

snatchings and burglaries of PS Mianwali Nagar, Rajouri Garden and Moti Nagar have been

worked out and case properties recovered.

NAME AND PROFILE OF ACCUSED PERSONS

1 Ashok Kumar @ Sonu S/o Sh. Kishan Lal, R/o H. No. F 4/27, Sultanpuri, Delhi. Age 26 Yrs.

2 Yashpal S/o Sh. Bhagwan Das, R/o H. No. 217, Rishal Garden, Ranholla Delhi. Age 25 Yrs.

RECOVERY MADE

1       One Snatched Gold Chain.

2       One Ring (Gold).

3       One pair of Snatched ear rings (Gold).

4       One Motorcycle TVS Apache.




CASES WORKED OUT



I      FIR No.16/12, u/s 356/379/34 IPC, PS Mianwali Nagar.

II     FIR No. 7/12, u/s 380 IPC, PS Moti Nagar.

III    FIR No. 11/12, u/s 356/379 IPC, PS Rajouri Garden.

INFORMATION/OPERATION



      A number of incidents of snatchings & house burglaries have been reported in the areas of
West District. Special Staff of West District was entrusted the task of collecting intelligence and
identifying the gang indulged in these crimes. The scenes of crime were visited and secret
sources were deployed. The hard efforts of the team led to an information about a gang of
notorious snatchers cum burglars headed by one Ashok Kumar @ Sonu. In the day time Ashok
and his associate work as rickshaw puller and identify the houses as their targets and later strike
on them to commit burglaries. They also commit chain snatchings on motorcycles. The
information was further developed and all probable hideouts of the gang were searched. On
06.02.2012, specific information was received in Spl. Staff/ West that the gang members will
come on Road No. 29, Baba Ramdev Road, near Shamshan Ghat, Paschim Puri, Delhi at about
03.00- 4.00 pm to dispose off the stolen articles. On this information, a raiding party under the
supervision of ACP/Oprs. Cell Sh. Raj Singh and Insp. Raj Kumar, consisting of SI Manoj Kumar,
SI Charan Singh, HC HattuRam, HC Moti Ram, Ct. Vinod, Ct. Sunil Kumar, Ct. Amarjeet Ct.
Kailash and Ct. Rajender was constituted and deployed on Road No. 29, Baba Ramdev Road, near
Shamshan Ghat, Paschim Puri, Delhi. At about 3.50pm, two persons came from Paschim Vihar
side on a yellow coloured motorcycle who were pointed out and identified by the secret source as
Sonu and Yashpal, both were apprehended. They disclosed their names as: Ashok Kumar @
Sonu S/o Sh. Kishan Lal, R/o H. No. F 4/27, Sultanpuri, Delhi. Age: 26 Yrs. and Yashpal S/o Sh.
Bhagwan Das, R/o H. No. 217, Rishal Garden, Ranholla Delhi. Age: 25 Yrs. On asking about the
ownership of the motorcycle they couldn’t produce any document and thus the motorcycle was
seized. On their search gold jewellery articles (gold chain, pair of gold ear rings and one gold
ring) were recovered. On interrogation, they disclosed that the recovered articles were of
snatchings and burglaries committed by them from the area of P.S. Mianawali Nagar, Rajouri
Garden and Moti Nagar respectively. The accused have been arrested vide DD No. 12 dated:
06/02/2012 U/s 41.1(d) Cr.P.C. Spl. Staff West District.

INTERROGATION/MODOUS OPERANDI:



During interrogation, accused Ashok Kumar @ Sonu disclosed that he hails from Rajasthan and
belongs to a very poor economical back ground. He was born and brought up in Sultanpuri, Delhi.
His father was a labourer and he was unable to fulfill the needs of the family. After the death of
his parents he came in contact with bad elements of local area and started committing petty
thefts and snatchings. He was very ambitious and wants to become a rich person. He started
working as a rickshaw puller. He was not satisfied with his earnings as he has to work hard for
long hours to earn money. His earnings could not bear his basic needs of life. He was frustrated
as he could not cope up with the speedy life style of Delhi. He came in contact with Yashpal who
also works as a rickshaw puller. Ashok Kumar @ Sonu suggested an idea which can change their
lifestyle i.e. during the course of their work hours they will identify the house where they can
commit burglary. Both of them took this idea seriously and started executing it. They started
committing house burglaries. With the earnings, Ashok Kumar @ Sonu has purchased a
motorcycle. After acquiring motorcycle they have diversified their criminal activities and also took
to snatchings. On interrogation they disclosed about commission of more than six incidents of
snatchings and burglaries. Further efforts are being made to apprehend other gang members.



Staff involved in good work is being rewarded suitably.
                                                          (V. RENGANATHAN) IPS

                                                    ADDL. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE
                                                       WEST DISTRICT, NEW DELHI.

                                                               Dated : 08.02.12

FOUR INTERSTATE AUTO LIFTERS ARRESTED AND 8 STOLEN VEHICLES,
DUPLICATE KEYS AND OTHER MATERIALS USED IN CRIME RECOVERED:
35 INCIDENTS OF M.V. THEFT SOLVED

       With the arrest of four persons namely Nusrat Pradhan, aged 30 years
s/o Musharaf r/o village Nangla Nangli, P.S. Kant, District J.P. Nagar, UP; Pintoo
Sharma, aged 22 years s/o Ranbir Sharma r/o village Sujatpur, P.S. Nakasha,
Sambhal, District Bhim Nagar, UP, Shah Nawaj, aged 25 s/o Allah Mehar r/o H.
No. 884, Madhopuram, Delhi Road Meerut and Anwar, 34 s/o Muddasar r/o 661,
Madhepuram, Sector 3, Delhi Road, Meerut, UP, the staff of PS Saket, South
District has busted a gang of auto lifters indulged in about 200 auto thefts
incidents in the past under the command of notorious Nasir Kamal-Anil Chauhan
Gang. With their arrest, 5 stolen motor cycles and 3 cars have so far been
recovered apart from a number of duplicate keys and implements used in
commission of crime.

BRIEF FACTS :

            A team of PS Saket consisting of SIs Porsun, Paramjeet, Vijay, ASIs
Anand, Shashikant, HCs Randhawa, Suresh, Mukesh, Asgar, Billoo, Vijaypal, Ajit
and Ct. Bhupinder under the supervision of Inspr. Rajender Singh, SHO/Saket
and Sh. Manishi Chandra, ACP/Hauz Khas was constituted to keep check on M.V.
theft and apprehend auto lifters operating in the area.

        On 04.02.12, the team succeeded in nabbing three persons namely
Nusrat, Pintoo and Shah Nawaj when they were found moving suspiciously in a
Maruti Car in the area of Saket. Later, on enquiry various duplicate keys were
found in their possession and implements used in commission of crime were
found in the vehicle. Further enquiry revealed that the vehicle in which they had
in possession was also found to be stolen from DLF Gurgaon. Hence, all the three
accused were arrested for having of possession of stolen vehicle and accordingly
a case was registered at P.S. Saket vide FIR NO. 41 dated 04.2.12 u/s 411/34
IPC. They disclosed of having committed various other cases. On the basis of
their disclosure, they were further arrested in one more case of motor cycle theft
committed in the area of PS Saket in the past and three days police custody
remand was sought.

       During police custody remand they were taken to various areas of UP and
one of their receivers namely Anwar was further arrested from Meerut yesterday
evening and 7 other stolen vehicles including five motor cycles and two cars were
recovered at their instances. These vehicles were found to be stolen from Saket,
Malviya Nagar, Safdarjung Enclave, Bindapur, Gurgaon and Faridabad etc.
INTERROGATION:

       On sustained interrogation, the members of Nasir Kamal-Anil Chauhan
Gang disclosed to have committed more than 200 incidents of auto thefts in
Haryana, UP and Delhi and disposed off all these stolen vehicles even in far flung
area of J&K and North Eastern States. In the recent past, they indulged in motor
cycle thefts and Maruti Cars and disposed off them in Meerut in Car Bazar where
they got these stolen vehicles dismantled through one Anwar. Anwar has since
been arrested and the vehicles those could not be dismantled and sold in nearby
areas have been recovered by the team.

      After long association with Nasir Kamal and Anil Chauhan, they got
separated and formed new gang under the command of Nusrat Pradhan.
He is known as “Pradhan” since his wife had been ‘Sarpanch’ of his
village.   Nusrat had already been involved in about 30 cases of
kidnapping, Goonda Act, Gangster Act, NDPS Act etc. and once released
did not attend the court and non-bailable warrants had been issued
against him in several cases. Shah Nawaz and Anwar are the receivers
of vehicles and help the other gang members in the disposal of vehicle in
Meerut Soti Gang area where hundreds of vehicles used to get
dismantled and disposed off in nominal amount ranging from 15000 to
30000/-. A few vehicles were sent to J&K and North East States through
the contacts of Nasir Kamal and Anil Chauhan.

MODUS OPERANDI:

             The modus operandi of the gang is that they used to carry bunches
of raw duplicate keys and once the vehicle is identified, they would initially
deactivate the alarm system by breaking circuit of electric current or by breaking
any of the lights of the vehicle with an iron cutter. Later, they would give direct
ignition to start the vehicle and then would park the vehicle in nearby parking
area. The first group, who steals the vehicle, would inform the other person on
cell phone to give the location of vehicle and key. The other person would take
over the charge of the vehicle from parking and hand it over to other persons
waiting for him about 50 kilometers. The vehicle keeps on exchanging hands of 3
or 4 more such persons and finally vehicle would reach to the main receiver. The
receiver and complete chain of persons remain unknown about one another and
thus police would not be able to reach to the final disposal of the vehicle. Most of
the vehicles stolen so far have been disposed off in Soti Ganj area of Meerut and
dismantled in parts through Anwar, one of the arrested persons.

CASES WORKED OUT :

   1.   FIR No. 41/12 u/s 411/34 IPC PS Saket.
   2.   FIR No. 400/11 u/s 379/411 IPC PS Saket.
   3.   FIR No. 317/11 u/s 379/411 IPC PS Malviya Nagar.
   4.   FIR No. 28/12 u/s 379/411 IPC PS S.J. Enclave.
   5.   FIR No. 248/11 u/s 379/411 IPC PS Bindapur.
   6.   FIR No. 333/11 u/s 379/411 IPC PS DLF, Gurgaon.
   7.   FIR No. 30/12 u/s 379/411 IPC PS Faruk Nagar, Gurgaon.
   8.   FIR No. 195/11 u/s 379/411 IPC PS Sarai Khawaja, Faridabad.
   9.   One case of stolen Maruti Car is being verified.
RECOVERY:

 1.   One Scorpio;
 2.   Two Maruti cars;
 3.   Five Motor Cycles;
 4.   Bunches of Duplicate Keys;
 5.   Implements       used     in         commission         of      vehicle      theft.



                                                                   (CHHAYA SHARMA)

                                                     DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE,

                                                       SOUTH DISTRICT, NEW DELHI.



                                                                       Dated : 08.02.12

ALERT TEAM OF BANGLADESHI CELL, SOUTH DISTRICT APPREHENDED 5
BANGLADESH NATIONALS RESIDING ILLEGALLY IN SOUTH DELHI

      Alert team of Bangladeshi Cell, South District apprehended 5
Bangladesh Nationals, who were residing in South Delhi illegally and handed
over to FRRO, Delhi for deportation.

BRIEF FACTS :

        In view of recent incidents wherein Bangladesh Nationals who were residing
illegally in Delhi and involved in various criminal activities, all the SHOs and staff of
Bangladeshi Cell was directed to brief their staff to keep check on such criminal
activities and conduct intensive hunt for Bangladesh Nationals who were residing
illegally. During this process, a team of Bangladeshi Cell, South District comprising
ASI Moti Singh, 2581/SD, HC Harshvardhan, 553/SD, Ct. Jitender, 728/SD, Ct.
Rajender, 1447/SD, Ct. Bijender, 1645/SD, W/Ct. Sudesh, 2376/SD under the
supervision of Inspr. O.P. Dalal, D-I/1070 conducted intensive hunt for
Bangladesh Nationals who were residing illegally and verified large number
of people by conducting various raids in JJ clusters and resettlement
colonies. Further, sources were also geared up to develop information
about the Bangladeshis who were residing illegally.

      The members of team worked relentlessly and on receipt of secret information,
on 08.02.12, 5 Bangladesh Nationals apprehended from the area of Hauz Khas, New
Delhi. All these persons were verified minutely and found to be Bangladesh nationals
and they were not having any valid documents to stay in India. Hence, they were
handed over to FRRO, Delhi for their deportation to Bangladesh.



                                                                   (CHHAYA SHARMA)

                                                                   DCP/SOUTH DISTRICT
                                                                      08/02/12

INTERSTATE GANG OF BANGLADESHI DACOITS BUSTED: 4 GANGSTERS
ARRESTED AND 10 SENSATIONAL CASES OF DACOITY/ROBBERY OF
DELHI, NCR AND RAJASTHAN WORKED OUT : TWO MOBILE PHONES,
CALCULATOR, CASH RS. 10,000/- AND HOUSE BREAKING IMPLEMENTS
RECOVERED

     Special Staff, South District has busted an interstate gang of
desperate   Bangladeshi dacoits, involved in several cases of
dacoity/robbery in Delhi, NCR, Jaipur and Ajmer (Rajasthan). With their
arrest, 2 mobile phones, calculator, cash Rs. 10,000/- and house
breaking equipment recovered.

ACCUSED ARRESTED:

1. Jalil (45 years) s/o Chand Miya r/o Village Balipuda PS Jia Nagar , District
   Pirojpur, Bangladesh.

2. Kayyum (32 years) s/o Siraj Malik r/o Village Chhota Badura Para-Bara, PS
   Moral Ganj, District Khulna, Bangladesh.

3. Alam Gir (30 years) s/o Abdul Qadir r/o Village Barui Khalli, PS Moralganj,
   District Bhagir Hutt, Bangladesh.

4. Kamal @ Kammal (20 years) s/o Shah Ali r/o Village Kalaran, PS Indrawani,
   District Pirojpur, Bangladesh.

BRIEF FACTS :

      In the of incidents reported in various parts of Delhi in the recent past
wherein organized gangs of robbers entered the houses by breaking/cutting
off the grills, overpowered the inmates on the point of deadly weapons
and tied their hands and legs with ropes before escaping with the robbed
properties. In order to prevent these incidents and to nab the criminals involved
in these cases, several teams were constituted in South District. A team of
Special Staff, South District consisting of SI, Jeet Singh, ASIs Ashok Kumar,
Mahender, HCs Vijay Kumar, Bir Singh, Hawa Singh, Manoj Kumar, Ashok Kumar,
Cts. Vijay, Ashish, Amrish and ASI. (Dvr.) Dharmpal under the supervision of
Inspector Aishvir Singh, I/C Special Staff and Sh. Kulwant Singh, ACP/Operations
was also formed to gear up their sources to get any clue about these criminal.

       The members of team worked relentlessly and collected details of several
criminals with similar modus-operandi and collected details of several such cases,
reported recently and also activated their secret informers to develop information
about the criminals involved in these incidents. The details were analyzed
minutely and on the basis of secret information, it came to fore that gang
headed by one Jalil, a notorious dacoit might be involved in these
incidents of dacoity/robberies. The hard work of police team bore results and
specific information was received that on 07.02.12 accused Jalil, who is a gang
leader would assemble in the area of Mehrauli along with his associates to
dispose off the looted articles.

      The team laid a trap at main bus stand, Mehruali with secret
informer. At around 5:30 PM, four persons came and assembled near
main bus stand Mehruali. One of the persons was identified as Jalil by the
informer. All the four persons after sensing the police presence, tried to
escape from the spot but the police team acted swiftly and nabbed all of
them. They were identified as Jalil, Kayyum, Alam Gir and Kamal @
Kammal. Two mobile phones, calculator, cash Rs. 10,000/- and a house
breaking equipment was recovered from their possession. All the persons
were interrogated and they confessed their involvements in FIR No. 54/12 u/s
395 IPC PS Bajaj Nagar, Jaipur Rajathan. The recovered booty also belongs to
that incident. Accused Jalil and Kayyum confessed their involvements in a case
of dacoity committed in the area of PS Sabzi Mandi registered vide FIR No.
305/10 u/s 458/380/34 IPC PS Sabzi Mandi Delhi. Subsequently, all accused
persons were arrested vide DD No. dated 07/02/12 u/s 41.1 Cr.P.C. PS Mehrauli.

INTERROGATION & MODUS-OPERANDI:

      On sustained interrogation, it revealed that Jalil is the mastermind of
this gang and he along with his accomplices had committed more than 10
cases of dacoity / robbery in the residential houses and bungalows of
posh areas. They adopted unique modus-operandi and committed crime in a
corporate manner. Every member of the gang was assigned specific task during
the commission of crime. They used to enter the house by breaking the main
gate/window and then overpower the inmates at the point of deadly weapons and
would tie their hands and legs. After that they would confine them in a room and
used to rob cash, jewellery, etc. by ransacking the house minutely.

       After committing 2-3 big dacoities / robberies, accused Jalil used to go back
to Bangladesh to dispose off the looted jewellery and cash etc. and would come
back to Delhi after 3-4 months with the hope that police pressure would have
been minimized. Soon after his return to Delhi from Bangladesh, Jalil would lead
his gang for commission of fresh robbery or dacoity. Members of this
gang have committed robberies in most of the cities of North India. They
used to start their journey from Delhi at a particular place and commit
robbery/dacoity in the cities on their way and move ahead.                      The
members of gang used to conduct reconnaissance to identify soft targets,
preferably near railway stations or bus stands so that they can easily
escape after committing the crime. While committing crime, they used to
carry deadly weapons with them to threaten the inmates of targeted
house. All the members of this gang have previously been arrested several
times by the police. They used to manage ‘bail’ and after release from the jail,
they again started committing crime. Investigation of the case is in progress and
efforts are being made to ascertain their other involvements and to affect more
recoveries.

PROFILE OF ACCUSED PERSONS :

1. Accused Abdul Jalil was born in 1967 in his village Bali Puda, Bangladesh
   and is a school dropout. He came to Delhi with his grandfather at the age of
   16-17 years. Initially, he was a rag picker. He got married in Seema Puri,
   Delhi and started committing petty thefts. He was arrested for the first time
   in 1995 in theft case by the staff of PS Trilok Puri and 12 cases had been
   worked out at his instance. He remained in jail for around 6-7 months. After
   release from jail, he became more desperate and formed his own gang and
   started committing robberies and dacoities. In the year 1997, he was again
   arrested by the staff of PS Trilok Puri. In 1999, he was arrested by the staff of
   PS Link Road, Ghaziabad, UP in a dacoity case with his associates Khalil,
   Badal, Afsar, Subodh, Zakir and remained in jail for 2 ½ years.
2. Alam Gir was born in 1982 at his native village in Bangladesh. He has
   studied up to 10th Class. In his childhood, he came to Delhi with his family
   members and started living at Yamuna Pusta. Initially, he was a rag picker.
   Later on, he came in contact with Abdul Jalil. In a very short span of time, he
   became most reliable person of the gang leader and was having the 2nd
   position in the gang. In 2002, he was arrested by the staff of PS Saraswati
   Vihar with his associates and remained in jail till 2007. In 2007, he was
   arrested with his associates in Dehradoon in a robbery case and remained in
   jail till 2010. He was also arrested in the year 2011 in a dacoity case of PS
   Anand Vihar, Delhi and released from jail on 23-12-11.


3. Accused Kayyum was born in 1979 in Seema Puri, Delhi and is a school
   dropout. In the age of 14-15 years, his mother and father had passed away
   and he started rag picking. Later on, he started committing petty thefts and
   arrested by the staff of PS Seema Puri. He was again arrested in Daya Basti,
   Delhi in a theft case of copper. Now, he is an active member of this gang and
   has committed several house robberies and dacoities with them.


4. Accused Kammal was born in 1991 in his native village in Bangladesh and is
   a school dropout. In 1999, he came to Delhi with his mother and started
   labour work in Katra Atma, Delhi. Later on, he came in contact with the other
   members of gang and joined them. Now, he is an active member of this gang
   and has committed several house robberies and dacoities with them.


CASES WORKED OUT :

S. No.     FIR NO.             Sections              Police Station

  1       12/11      395/397 IPC                 Malviya Nagar

  2       468/10     395/397 IPC                 Jawahar Circle, Jaipur

  3       553/10     395/397 IPC                 Bajaj Nagar, Jaipur

  4       556/11     395/397 IPC                 Bajaj Nagar, Jaipur

  5       525/11     395/397 IPC                 Bajaj Nagar, Jaipur

  6       54/12      395 IPC                     Bajaj Nagar, Jaipur

  7       128/11     395/397 IPC                 Kishan Ganj, Ajmer

  8       305/10     458/380/34 IPC              Subzi Mandi, Delhi

  9       75/11      395/397 IPC      &   25/27 G.T.B. Enclave, Delhi
                     Arms Act

 10           -      Being verified              Panipat, Haryana



RECOVERIES:

   1.    Two expensive Mobile Phones
   2.    Cash Rs. 10,000/-
   3.    One iron rod
   4.    One calculator
                                                              (CHHAYA SHARMA)

                                                             DCP/SOUTH DISTRICT




                                                                Dated: 08.02.2012

THREE DESPERATE AUTOLIFTERS ARRESTED: BLIND MURDER CASE
SOLVED: FOUR STOLEN VEHICLES, MOBILE PHONE, COUNTRYMADE
PISTOL ALONGWITH LIVE CARTRIDGES RECOVERED

Highlights:-

      Police intelligence and alertness helped in solving a blind murder case
       of District Baghpat, UP and 4 cases of Auto lifting.
      Auto lifters, involved in the Murder case arrested.
      Personal enmity between accused persons and deceased led to
       incident of Murder.
      Two accused are from criminal background having criminal cases.
      One of the accused persons is permanent resident of Bangladesh.
      Four stolen Vehicles, Mobile Phone, Country Made Pistol along with
       live cartridges recovered.


          With the arrest of 1. Tashlim S/o Mujjammil R/o Gali No. 13, 3-1/2 Pusta
New Usman Pur, Delhi aged 35 years, 2. Naim S/o Mushraf R/o D-4, E-11, Majarwali
Gali, Mullan Masjid, Shastri Park, Delhi aged 36 years and 3. Moti S/o Shehjan R/o
D-4, E-11, Majarwali Gali, Mullan Masjid, Shastri Park, Delhi aged 21 years, the
North East District police has solved out one blind murder case registered at PS
Baghpat, UP and 4 cases of MVT. Mobile phone of the deceased of the murder case, 4
stolen motorcycles and one country made pistol along with 2 live cartridges have also
been recovered.


TEAM:

           Due to increasing incidents of MV Theft in North East District, a
special drive is being carried out to apprehend the auto lifters through regular
checking of vehicles by the way of establishing vehicle checking pickets and
stranger checking in the area. Police intelligence also been developed in order to
get secret information of desperate auto lifters, active in the area. Emphasis is
being given on the surveillance over the criminals of the area, who have been
released from jail recently and for the same, beat/division staff has been given
specific task for keeping the surveillance over the criminals. As a result, several
robbers, snatchers and auto lifters have been apprehended in the district.

      Keeping in view the increasing incidents of MVT in the area of PS Karawal
Nagar, a team headed by Insp. Lekh Raj Singh, SHO/PS Karawal Nagar
comprising of SI Chetan Singh, HC Virender, HC Vinay, Ct Vikash, Ct Paltu was
constituted under the close supervision of Shri Bani Singh Ahlawat,
ACP/Khajuri Khas to prevent incident of MV theft and apprehend the criminals
with same modus operandi.

INCIDENT: -

       On 07/02/12, secret information was received in Police Station Karawal
Nagar that three desperate auto lifters would come towards Lal Bagh toll tax on
a stolen black colour Pulsur motor cycle to commit robbery. On this information,
the team swung into action and started vehicle checking in the area. After some
time, three persons were seen coming over a motor cycle. They were signaled to
stop, but they tried to run away from the spot. However they were overpowered
by the police party. They were asked to produce the documents of the
motorcycle, but they couldn’t give any satisfactory reply. On interrogation, their
identity was established as Tashlim s/o Mujjammil, Naim S/o Mushraf and
Moti S/o Shehjan. On casual search of Tashlim, one country made pistol along
with two live cartridges were recovered. On verification, the motor cycle was
found stolen from the area of PS Jagat Puri vide FIR No. 441/11 U/s 379 IPC.

INTERROGATION & EXAMINATION:-

      On their sustained examination, they spilled the beans. They disclosed
that the Motor cycle recovered from their possession had been stolen from the
area of PS Jagat Puri and they had also lifted another 3 motorcycles from the
area of PS Mukharjee Nagar and Karawal Nagar.

       On detailed interrogation, they further disclosed that they have murdered
one known person namely Mukesh @ Chiku s/o Prem Singh R/o Jhuggi No.
1747, N Block, Near Balak Ram Hospital, Timarpur, Delhi. Mukesh was known
to Tashlim and Naim, as all of three were criminals. Mukesh remained involved
in a case of Arms Act of PS Mukharjee Nagar. In year 2011, Naim was got
arrested in an auto lifting case registered vide FIR No. 122/11 u/s 379/411/34
IPC of PS Mukharjee Nagar. Naim was in suspicion over Mukesh behind his
arrest in the said case. He told the facts to his associates Tashlim and Moti.
Thereafter they hatched a plan to teach a lesson to Mukesh. As per plan, in the
evening of 23.12.11, they called Mukesh at Khajuri Chowk and after sitting in a
stolen Santro car, they offered wine to Mukesh. As per plan, they had already
intoxicated the wine. In the influence of wine, Mukesh got unconscious and they
took him on Chandi Nagar Road, District Baghpat, UP and after killing him with
the help of a knife, they thrown the dead body of Mukesh on Road. On
verification, a case vide FIR No. 852/11 dated 31.12.11 u/s 302 IPC was found
registered at PS Baghpat, UP.

RECOVERY:-

   1) One Country Made Pistol along with two live cartridges.

   2) One Samsung Mobile Phone of deceased Mukesh.

   3) Four stolen motorcycles.
CASES SOLVED OUT:

    1. FIR No. 852/11 u/s 302 IPC PS Baghpat, UP

    2. FIR No. 441/11 u/s 379 IPC PS Jagat Puri, Delhi

    3. FIR No. 25/12 u/s 379 IPC PS Karawal Nagar, Delhi

    4. FIR No. 32/12 u/s 379 IPC PS Karawal Nagar, Delhi

    5. FIR No. 107/11 u/s 379 IPC from PS Mukharjee Nagar.

PROFILE:-

    1. Taslim S/o Mujjammil R/o Gali No. 13, 3-1/2 Pusta New Usman Pur,
       Delhi aged 35 yrs, has only completed his primary education. He is
       permanent resident of Village and PS Ganjdundwara, Distt Etah, UP.
       He is seller of old clothes. He is previously involved in 3 criminal
       cases including of Murder and MV Theft.

    2. Naim S/o Mushraf R/o D-4, E-11, Majarwali Gali, Mullan Masjid,
       Shastri Park, Delhi aged 36 yrs, has done his studies up to 4th class
       from his native place. He is permanent resident of village and PS
       Naugaon, Distt Amroha, UP. He is previously involved in 2 criminal
       cases including of Murder and MV Theft.

    3. Moti S/o Shehjan R/o D-4, E-11, Majarwali Gali, Mullan Masjid,
       Shastri Park, Delhi, aged 21 years has done his studies up to 6th class.
       He is permanent resident of Village Wagas, Distt. Varugna, State
       Borisal, Bangladesh. He is a budding criminal.




                                                          (BK SINGH) IPS
                                              DY.COMMISIONER OF POLICE
                                             NORTH EAST DISTRICT, DELHI

				
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