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									DAILY BULLETIN                                                 26.10.2012

Public help sought:-

Old Delhi Railway Police have sought public help in identifying the following
bodies:-

 1. A male aged about 40-45 years, height about 5’ whitish complexion, thin
    built, oval face and wearing green colour T-Shirt, and stripe lower found on
    16.10.2012.
 2. A male aged about 40-45 years, height 5’5” fair complexion, medium built,
    round faced and wearing white & red colour stripe shirt and grey colour
    pants found on 19.10.2012.
 3. A male aged about 40-45 years, height 5’5” shallow complexion, medium
    built, round face and wearing orange & red colour stripe shirt found
    19.10.2012.
 4. A male aged about 50-55 years, height 5’7” white complexion, round face,
    medium built and wearing red and white colour shirt and grey colour pants.



                               PRESS RELEASE
Special Cell
                                                                Dated 26.10.2012
               IED trainer held in the Pune blast case
      The Special Cell, Delhi Police had busted an Indian Mujahideen Module
with the arrest of four persons, namely, Asad Khan (aged 33 years) r/o Tawakkal
Nagar, Naigaon, Distt. Aurangabad, Maharashtra, Imran Khan (aged 31 years) r/o
Peer, Bhurahan Nagar near Masjid-e-Saalehind, Nanded, Maharashtra, Sayed
Feroz @ Hamza (aged 38 years) r/o Shukarwarpath, Pune, Maharashtra and
Landge Irfan Mustafa (aged 30 years) s/o Landge Mustafa Usman r/o Raj Nagar
Dargah, Darya Road, Mukund Nagar, Ahmed Nagar, Maharashtra and explosives,
detonators and other incriminating material had been recovered. With their arrest
the serial blasts of 1stAugust, 2012 were worked out.
      Sustained interrogation of the accused arrested by us revealed that a person,
namely, Sayed Maqbool @ Zuber, S/o Syed Haji, R/o Samtam Nagar, Near
Madina Masjid, Dharmabad, Nanded, Maharashtra was in close association with
them and together they planned to commit fiyadeen attacks on the Buddhist shrines
in Bodh Gaya in Bihar as retaliation to the alleged atrocities being committed upon
Muslims in Myanmar. Their plan had the approval and support of the Bhatkal
brothers. Sayed Maqbool was arrested after great deal of efforts on 23rd October
2012 from Hyderabad where he had been hiding to evade his arrest.
     Maqbool came in contact with Imran through a common friend. The latter
introduced Maqbool to Asad and Irfan. Maqbool taught them how to make a bomb
by using urea, diesel and fire cracker powder at Asad’s farmhouse in Aurangabad.
In April 2012, Imran introduced Maqbool to the Bhatkal brothers. Before the Pune
serial blasts of 1st August, Maqbool, Irfan, Imran and Asad had discussed their plan
of carrying out a fidayeen attack on Buddhist shrines at Bodh Gaya, Bihar. Since
Bhatkals wanted to avenge the death of Qateel Siddiqui, they decided to carry out
bomb blasts at Pune first.
   About a month before Ramzan in 2012, Maqbool helped Imran in doing a recce
of Dilkhush Nagar, Begum Bazar and Abids in Hyderabad on a motorcycle. This
was done on the instruction of Riyaz Bhatkal.
     Maqbool began his criminal career along with one Azam Gauri @ Aleem r/o
Warangal, Andra Pradesh (killed in a police encounter in 2000). His first criminal
act was the murder of Krishna Moorthy (FIR No. 220/1999, u/ss. 302/120-B/34
IPC read with sec. 25/27 Arms Act, PS Bodhan, District Nizamabad in which he
has been convicted for life. However, he was released from jail in October 2009
after commutation of his sentence.
    His next criminal act was the murder of one Devender (Case FIR No.
195/1999, u/ss. 302/120-B/34 IPC read with ss. 25/27 Arms Act, PS CID, Andhra
Pradesh), who had allegedly encroached on a Masjid land in Uppal, A.P.
     Maqbool was also involved in the murder of Mahaveer Prasad (Case FIR No.
172/2000, u/ss. 302/34 read with s. 6 Explosive Substances Act, PS Afzal Ganj,
Hyderabad City), a jeweller. Here the motive was robbery.
    Maqbool was instrumental in the formation of IMMM (Indian Muslim
Mohammadin Mujahidin; a terrorist organization) at village Mancharia in 1999
  alongwith Azam Gauri and Roshan Baig. They worked under the garb of social
  reformists by showing that their objectives were –
  (1) To stop dowry system in society.
  (2) To fight against corruption and
  (3) To stop pornographic films.
          Azam Gauri had taught Maqbool how to prepare IEDs so that they can cause
  blasts in those theatres where blue films were being shown.
  Maqbool alongwith others were involved in the following bomb blast cases:
 Bomb blast at Kaketiya Hotel, Lal Darwaza (FIR No. 01/2000, u/ss. 4/5
  Explosive Substances Act, PS Moghalpura, District Hyderabad City)
 Blast at Sharda theatre (FIR No. 28/2000, u/ss. 307/120-B IPC read with ss.
  3/4/5 Explosive Substances Act, PS Itwara, District Nanded.
 Blast in Lamba Theatre, Secunderabad (FIR No. 31/2000, u/s. 120-B IPC read
  with ss. 4/5/6 Explosive Substances Act, PS Begumpet, Secunderabad, Hyderabad
  City,
 Blast in the House of Azam Ghori while preparing IEDs. (FIR No.28/1998 u/s 307
  IPC read with Sec. 3/4/5 Explosive Substances Act, PS Dharmabad, District
  Nanded.
  Other cases in which he is involved are as below:-
 FIR No. 39/2000, u/ss. 120-B/153-A IPC, PS CID, Andhra Pradesh (a case of
  conspiracy).
 FIR No. 28/2000, u/s. 25 Arms Act, PS Dharmabad, District Nanded (recovery of
  fire arms only).
           Maqbool is also close to Abdul Rauf, r/o Shahidabad (leader of AIMIM -
  All Indian Majlis Itehad-ul Muslimi, a political party) and one Nashruddin. Both
  Abdul Rauf and Nashruddin have been involved in Hiren Pandya murder case of
  the year 2003. Maqbool was appointed as the Dharmabad District President of
  AIMIM by Abdul Rauf.
     Further investigation is going
NORTH- WEST DISTT.                                       DATED 26.10.2012


                                 PRESS RELEASE
THREE BURGLARS ARRESTED AND 20 LED SMART TVs OF SAMSUNG SEIZED

            Swaroop Nagar police of North West District has arrested three
burglars namely Rajesh Kumar Sharma, Deepak Kumar and Ismail and
recovered 20 LED Smart TVs of Samsung (32 inches worth more than Rs. six
lakhs). These TVs were stolen by both these burglars with their other associates
from the godown of Samsung situated at Bhalswa Dairy, Delhi.

INCIDENT, TEAM & ARREST
             On 23.10.12, a secret information was received at PS Swaroop Nagar
that two burglers are trying to sell the stolen TVs. Accordingly, SHO/Swaroop
Nagar, Inspr. Jitender Singh Malik constituted a team comprising of SI Govind, PSI
Anil, HC Parveen, HC Shridhar, Ct Baljeet Singh, Ct Attar Singh and Ct Anand. The
team laid a trap and around 4.45 PM, two suspicious looking persons coming from
the Bhalswa JJ Colony holding two cartoons each on their head were apprehended.
They came out to be Rajesh Kumar Sharma s/o Sh. Amarnath Sharma r/o D-
1/535, JJ Colony, Bhalswa Dairy, Delhi and Deepak Kumar s/o late Sh. Ranbir
Singh r/o D-1/51, JJ Colony, Bhalswa Dairy, Delhi. During interrogation, they
admitted their involvement in stealing these TVs after breaking the shutter of
godown of Samsung company situated at Bhalswa Dairy with the help of their other
associates namely Nawab, Akbar, Dilshad, Mustkeem, Ismail (all the residents of
Bhalswa JJ Colony). At their instance, 12 more TVs were also recovered from the
House of Deepak. On verification, a case vide FIR No. 201/12 u/s 457/380 IPC PS
Bhalswa Dairy was found registered in this regard. On receiving information
regarding arrest of Rajesh Kumar Sharma and Deepak Kumar, SHO/Bhalaswa Diary
constituted a team comprising of SI Hazari Lal, HC Gyasuddin, HC Satya Prakash,
Ct. Mahesh & Ct. Satish. The said team arrested Ismail from his residence D-
1/377, JJ Colony, Bhalaswa Dairy and recovered 4 LED Samsung TVs from his
possession. The recovered TVs were seized and all the three accused persons were
duly arrested.
 INTERROGATION:
             During sustained interrogation, it revealed that they had stolen 27
TVs. Out of those 27 TVs, recovered 20 TVs were come to their share and they
were trying to sell out these TVs at Swaroop Nagar in order to earn handsome
amount. Accused Rajesh Kumar Sharma has been involved in two cases of physical
assault.
PROFILE AND MODUS OPERANDI:

      1. Rajesh Kumar Sharma S/o Sh. Amarnath Sharma R/o D-1/535 JJ Colony
         Bhalswa Dairy Delhi
      2. Deepak Kumar S/o Lt. Ranbir Singh R/o D-1/51 JJ Colony Bhalswa Dairy,
         Delhi.
      3. Ismail s/o Muslim r/o D-1/377, JJ Colony, Bhalaswa Dairy, Delhi.
      The accused persons belong to lower middle class and are unemployed.

      Further investigation is on.            (DR. P. KARUNAKARAN) IPS
                                              DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE
                                               NORTH-WEST DISTT.,DELHI
NORTH-WEST DISTT.                                       Dated: 26.10.2012

                                  PRESS RELEASE

    TWO KIDNAPPERS ARRESTED ONE JUVENILE DETAINED
    KIDNAPPED CHILD SAFELY RESCUED FROM THEIR CLUTCHES FROM
     BIHAR

INTRODUCTION:

      With the arrest of (1) Pankaj Bhagat s/o Jai Kishore Bhagat r/o Village
Utesra, PS Salkhuva, Distt. Saharsa, Bihar aged 23 years and (2) Rajesh Rishi s/o
Mahender Rishi r/o- Village- Budhma, Distt. Madhey Pura, Bihar aged 34 years
along with detention one Juvenile aged 14 years, North West District Police has
solved a kidnapping case. The 3 year old boy was safely recovered from the
custody of kidnappers.

INCIDENT:
       On 13.10.12, Ghanshyam Bhagat resident of Village-Bhadola, Azadpur, Delhi
reported at PP New Sabzi Mandi, Azadpur that at about 6.30 PM, his son Krishan @
Golu aged about 3 year had gone to purchase biscuit from a shop situated at
ground floor of his house. When Krishan @ Golu did not return after some time, he
tried to search the nearby places but could not trace him. One person informed him
that he had seen his son with Pankaj Bhagat and a juvenile, the distant relatives of
the complainant. He immediately made a call to Pankaj Bhagat on his mobile but
Pankaj Bhagat did not respond to the call. He made a PCR call and the matter was
reported to police. Accordingly, a case vide FIR No. 291/12 u/s 363 IPC was
registered at PS Mahendra Park and investigation was taken up by SI Shailendra
Kumar, I/C PP New Sabzi Mandi, Azadpur.

TEAM:

      Keeping in view the gravity and sensitivity of the case, several teams were
formed under the supervision of Rajesh Kumar Kaushik, ACP/Shalimar Bagh
consisting of Inspr. Darshan Singh, SHO/Mahindra Park, SI Shailendra Kumar, I/C
PP New Subzi Mandi, Azadpur, ASI Jaivir Singh, HC Ranjan, Ct. Azad and Ct.
Bhagwan Singh.

INVESTIGATION:

        During the course of investigation, it was found that Pankaj Bhagat was
residing near the house of the complainant as a tenant. He was a distant relative of
the complainant also. Both were engaged in the business of supply of vegetables to
dhabas. Pankaj Bhagat incurred loss and asked for some monetary help from the
complainant but he did not give any money. Hence, he lured the child and whisked
away by joining his brother-in-law. Several raids were conducted at all probable
hideouts of the accused Pankaj. On the information that a relative of Pankaj Bhagat
is living in Ludhiana, Punjab, a team was sent to Ludhiana. From there, it was
found that Pankaj Bhagat had gone to Madhey Pura, Bihar. Another team headed
by ASI Jaivir Singh was sent to Bihar. On 22.10.12, Delhi Police team in association
of Bihar police raided several hideouts of the accused persons where kidnapped boy
could have been detained and confined. It was revealed that Pankaj Bhagat had
kept the kidnapped boy in the custody of his friend Rajesh Rishi s/o Mahender Rishi
r/o Village Budhma, Distt. Madhey Pura, Bihar at his residence. The joint police
team successfully recovered the boy and arrested three accused persons by
organising raids in a most professional manner without loss of time.

  INTERROGATION

       During sustained interrogation, accused Pankaj Bhagat revealed that in the
month of August 2012, he had borrowed Rs. 20,000/- from Ghanshyam Bhagat.
Ghanshyam Bhagat was demanding his money back but he was not in a capacity to
re-pay. He was envying Ghanshyam Bhagat of his business and made a plan with
his brother-in-law for the kidnapping of Krishan @ Golu. He wanted to take a good
amount of money by making ransom call for the safe release of the boy. He had
also given two phone calls to the complainant for demand of money without any
specification at the first instance and for Rs. 10 lakhs at the second instance.
Pankaj Bhagat had kept the kidnapped boy in the custody of his friend Rajesh Rishi
at Village Budhma, Distt. Madhey Pura, Bihar in order to hoodwink the police. All
the three accused persons were produced before the concerned court in Bihar. They
were remanded to three days transit remand. Further investigation of this case is
in progress.
PROFILE OF ACCUSED:

   1. Pankaj Bhagat s/o Jai Kishore Bhagat r/o Village Utesra, PS Salkhuva, Distt.
      Saharsa, Bihar is aged about 23 years. He is illiterate and married having a
      daughter aged about two years.

   2. Rajesh Rishi s/o Mahender Rishi r/o Village Budhma, Distt. Madhey Pura,
      Bihar aged about 34 years is illiterate and married having six children
      comprising of four daughters and two sons. He is unemployed and residing in
      his native village.


                                                    (DR. P. KARUNAKARN) IPS
                                                   DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE
                                                            NORTH-WEST DISTT.
                                                                                       26th October, 2012



PRESS RELEASE                                    CENTRAL DISTRICT

DRUG PEDDLER ARRESTED : 162 GMS. SMACK WORTH LAKHS OF RUPEES RECOVERED: SCORPIO USED
IN SMUGGLING SEIZED

With the arrest of Mohd. Hussain, aged about 37 years s/o Babu Khan r/o A-571, Prem Nagar, Nabi
Karim, Delhi, Central District Police has recovered 162 gms. smack and Scorpio used in transportation of
drugs from his possession.

INCIDENT AND THE TEAM

         Several complaints were being received about drug peddling in Walled City Area. To contain this,
patrolling and picketing in area had been intensified. On 25.10.2012, while on patrolling in the area, an
information was received by the staff of PS Hauz Qazi that one Hussain who smuggles smack in Scorpio
Car, would come in his Scorpio Car at Ajmeri Gate, Delhi in the area of P.S. Hauz Qazi. On receipt of the
information, a team comprising of Inspr. Vijay Singh Chandel, SHO/Hauz Qazi, ASI Nassu Ahmed, HC
Khurshid Ali and Ct. Sajjan was constituted under the close supervision of Sh. Ram Kumar, ACP/Kamla
Market/Central District, Delhi.

        Accordingly, vehicle checking was started by barricading at Ajmeri Gate in the area of P.S. Hauz
Qazi. At about 3.20 p.m., at the instance of the informer, a grey coloured Scorpio was stopped. On
questioning, he revealed his identity as Mohd. Hussain s/o Babu Khan r/o A-571, Prem Nagar, Nabi
Karim, Delhi. On his personal search, 162 gms smack was recovered. A case under NDPS Act was
registered at P.S. Hauz Qazi, Central District, Delhi in this regard. The accused person has been arrested.

INTERROGATION            On sustained interrogation, the accused person disclosed that he used to
procure drugs from Gohana (Haryana) and from Sadar Bazar Jhuggi area. He used to pack the smack
into small packets (Pudia) for selling the same in slum areas of Delhi. Further      investigation /
interrogation is in progress and efforts are being made to nab other accused persons also.

RECOVERY

162 grams Smack.

One Scorpio Car

PROFILE

Mohd. Hussain s/o Babu Khan r/o A-571, Prem Nagar, Nabi Karim, Delhi is 37 years old and has studied
up to 9th class. He has three brothers, two sisters, mother, father and three children. Initially, he was
working as a driver. He was unable to fulfill the requirements of the family and therefore started
indulging in drug peddling due to poor financial status.

                                                                     (DEVESH CHANDRA SRIVASTVA), IPS

                                                                      ADDL. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE,

                                                                               CENTRAL DISTRICT, DELHI
                                                   ORDER
1.     Whereas, a large number of private courier services operate in and around the capital to
facilitate sending of goods through courier across the country.
2.    And whereas, it has been noticed that the private courier services generally book goods or
items to be transferred on the face value of the courier sender without bothering to verify his or
her address thereby paving the way for unscrupulous person using the courier services for illegal
activities.
3. And whereas, instances have come to notice where criminals have used courier services to
send incriminatory items, contraband and even dead bodies in the guise of courier.
4. And whereas, it has also been observed that the record of courier senders are not kept by the
courier services or agents engaged in the business of facilitating courier of goods making it
difficult for the investigation agencies to identify the culprits behind such crimes.
5.    And whereas, it is thus rendered imperative to put regulatory check on the private courier
services who deal in booking and sending goods from one place to another so that the anti social
elements may not be able to use them to send incriminatory things through them and it is felt that
immediate action is necessary in this regard.
6.   Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred upon me by virtue of Sec.144
Cr.P.C.,1973 (No.2of 1974) read with Govt. of India, Ministry of Home Affaire, New
Delhi`s Notification No. U-11036/(i)UTL,dated 09-09-2010, I, Parkash Chander Mann,
Assistant Commissioner of Police, Sub-Division, Vikas Puri west Distt., Delhi do hereby make
this written order that all such private courier services or agents who deal in booking and
sending goods in the jurisdiction of Sub-Division Vikas Puri, Delhi shall:-
(a)      Maintain a register of courier senders and detail of goods to be sent through courier.
(b)      Keep copies of identification documents like election card, ration card, PAN card, Driving license etc. of the
courier sender for access by the police as and when required.
(c)       Cross-check from the concerned company or office if its representative or employee approaches for getting the
goods booked for courier in case sender is acting on behalf of a company or office or organisation.
(d)       Generally satisfy oneself about the goods before accepting the packet/parcel booked for courier.
(e)       Install CCTV with sufficient number of cameras and recording system with play back facility, to cover booking
office and the area where good are to be kept. The CCTV should monitor anyone coming for booking a courier.
(f)        The recording system shall preserve a digital record of CCTV coverage for not less than 30 days.
(g)         The private courier service or agent shall cause to copy the CCTV coverage on a CD and hand over to the
police whenever demanded.
(h)        Inform the nearby police station if the courier sender of the goods is found suspicious.

       These orders shall come into force with effect from 25/10/2012 and shall remain in force
for a period of 60 days upto 23/12/2012 (both days inclusive) unless withdrawn earlier.
       Any person dealing in business of courier services or agent who contravenes this order
shall be liable to be punished in accordance with the provisions of Section 188 of the I.P.C.
      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 board of the offices of all DCsP, Addl. DCsP, ACsP, Tehsil Officer, all
Police Stations Concerned and the offices of NDMC and MCD.
                                                                           (Parkash Chander Mann)

                                                                        Asstt. Commissioner of Police

                                                                       Sub-Division Vikas Puri,Delhi
No.   8275-8302   /SDPO/V.Puri, 25-10-2012, Delhi




                                                    ORDER



       Whereas report have been received that Pan cigarette and aerated drinks shop are kept open till
late in the night and the same attract gathering of person who cause annoyance to the neighborhood
and indulge in quarrels having the potential of escalating in to riotous situation and also disturb public
tranquility and endanger human life in the jurisdiction of Sub Division Vikas Puri, Delhi.

2.      And whereas to prevent annoyance to public, danger to human life and disturbance to public
tranquility, it is necessary to take speedy measures to prevent the forming of such gathering of persons
in the late hours of the night.

3.      Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred upon me by Section 144 Criminal Procedure
Code, 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, Parkash Chander Mann, ACP, Sub Division- Vikas Puri, West
District, Delhi do hereby make this written order, prohibit pan cigarette and aerated drinks shop being
kept open after 11:00 PM in the jurisdiction of Sub Division Vikas Puri, West District, Delhi.

 4.    The order shall come into force with effect from 25.10.2012 and shall remain in force for a
period of 60 days i.e. up to 23.12.2012 (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 office of all District DCsP, Addl.DCsP, ACsP, Tehsil offices, all Police Stations
concerned and the offices of the NDMC and MCD.



                                                                         (Parkash Chander Mann)

                                                                 Asstt. Commissioner of Police

                                                                 Sub-Division Vikas Puri,Delhi
No. _8219-8246__/SDPO/V.Puri dated , 25-10-2012, Delhi
                                      ORDER
 1. Kite flying has been a passionate sport in Delhi. For kites flying mainly two types of threads known
as ‘Manjha in common parlance are used i.e. Ordinary “Manjha” and special “Manjha”. Earlier the
special “Manjha” was made of threads coated with local adhesive and fine dust of glass which act like a
razor to cut the “Manjha” of other competitors.

       2. whereas, of late a new type of “Manjha” with metallic powder coating is available in the
       market. This type of “Manjha” is not only very strong but also a good conductor of electricity.
       Due to a fine metal coating, whenever such “Manjha” entangle/comes in contact with overhead
       electricity supply cables including high voltage lines. Electric current runs through the “Manjha”
       thread, resulting in danger of electrocution of the kite flyer or unsuspected passer by and also
       causing disruption of the power supply system.

       3. And whereas, it has been found that the treads with metallic powder coating being used for
       kite flying are good conductor of electricity and are dangerous to electrical installation, as well
       as to the persons using them as it may cause flash over the overhead transmission lines and
       electrocution of the individual.

       4. And whereas, is necessary to take suitable measures to prevent danger to the electrical
       installation, annoyance to the public danger to human life and safety and the disturbance to the
       public tranquility.

       5. Now therefore I, Parkash Chander Mann, ASSTT. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE SUB-DIVISION
       VIKAS PURI, WEST DISTT., DELHI Section 144 of the code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (No.2 of
       1974) read with Govt. of India, Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi’s Notification no U-11036/3
       1978(1) UTL dated 31/10/08 do hereby order that no person shall store, sell and use the special
       “Manjha” viz metallic powder coated “Manjha” and glass dust coated “Manjha” in the
       jurisdiction of West District.

       6. This order shall come into force with effect from dt 25/10/12 and shall be effective for a
       period of 60 days up to 23/12/2012 (both days inclusive ) unless withdrawn earlier.

       7. any person contravening this order shall be liable to be punished in accordance with the
       provisions of sections 188 of Indian Penal Code: and

       8. As the notice cannot be served individually on all concerned. The order is herby 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 District DCsP, Addl. DCsp, ACsP, Teshil offices all Police
       Stations concerned and the offices of the NDMC and MCD.

                                                                                (Parkash Chander Mann)

                                                                           Asstt. Commissioner of Police

                                                                           Sub-Division Vikas Puri,Delhi

No. _8303-8331___/SDPO/V.Puri dated , 25-10-2012, Delhi
                                            ORDER

           Whereas a large number of commercial places/shops have come up in West Distt.,
Delhi which are popularly known as Cyber Cafes and a large number of people visit them to use
the facilities available in such places including e-mail facility.

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

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

3)          Now, therefore, I, Parkash Chander Mann, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Sub
Division Vikas Puri, West District, Delhi in exercise of the power 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/ (i) UTL dated 09.09.2010, do hereby make
this written order for strict compliance by the owners of such Cyber Cafes in the entire Sub
Division Vikas Puri, West District, Delhi.

(a) Prohibiting the use of Cyber Café by unknown person and whose identity has not been
established by the owner of 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.




                         PRESS RELEASE
                DELHI POLICE
                                                        26.10.2012


                       NORTH DISTRICT


IN COMPLIANCE TO THE ORDER PASSED BY HON’BLE SENIOR
CITIZEN TRIBUNAL, A CASE HAS BEEN REGISTERED ON THE
COMPLAINT OF FATHER AGAINST HIS OWN TWO SONS



      Sh. Parma Chand aged about 76 yrs. s/o Late Sh. Sukka Ram r/o
575, Malka Ganj Delhi filed a complaint before Hon’ble Senior Citizen
Tribunal, 1, Kripa Narain Marg, Delhi against his two sons namely Vinod
Kumar and Devanand. In the complaint, he stated that he is retired from
NDMC drawing monthly pension of Rs. 10,000/- and has also been
helping his sons financially. He alleged that both his sons Vinod Kumar
and Devanand had taken away the keys of his room. Further, they had
also taken the pension Pass Book of State Bank of India, Subzi Mandi
Branch, from where he was getting pension. They had also withdrawn
fixed deposit for a sum of Rs. 1 lac. Their sole motive was to evict him
from his property.



       On receipt of this complaint, the Hon’ble Senior Citizen Tribunal
initiated proceedings. During this course, Sh. Parma Chand and his two
sons against whom complaint was made, were summoned to the
Tribunal. On enquiry, the Hon’ble Tribunal found that Vinod Kumar and
Devanand were harassing and disturbing the normal life of their father, a
senior citizen, almost daily. It was further noticed by the Tribunal that
father was being ill treated by his sons. During the proceedings, the
Tribunal also observed that conduct of both sons towards his father was
not acceptable. In fact, the Tribunal was of the view that the senior
citizen Mr. Parma Chand was exposed to considerable danger in living in
his own house.



      On the basis of the above mentioned findings, the Hon’ble Tribunal
directed SHO Subzi Mandi to register FIR against Vinod Kumar and
Devanand. Accordingly, on 25/10/2012, a case vide FIR No. 230/12, u/s
24 of the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act,
2007 was registered at P.S. Subzi Mandi. Police is investigating the
allegations made by the senior citizen and accordingly action will be
taken against both sons.




                                                                                  (SINDHU PILLAI) IPS

                                                                   Deputy Commissioner of Police

                                                                                    North District, Delhi
                                                      ORDER



       1.   Whereas there have been incident of explosion in the Cinema Hall in the past causing loss of life and
            property.
       2.   And whereas I have reason to believe that circumstances exist where carrying of concealed arms/ fire
            arms/ explosives etc. inside any place of public amusement etc is likely to cause danger to human life,
            safety, disturbance of public tranquility or a riot.
       3.   Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred upon me by the virtue of section 144 Cr.P.C.,1973 (
            No 2 of 1974 ) read with Govt. of India, Ministry of Home Affairrs, New Delhi notification No U-
            11036/1/2008 (i) UTL dated 31.10.2008, I Eish Singhal, Asstt. Commissioner of Police, Sub-Division
            Rajouri Garden do hereby prohibit the carrying of any box, including Tiffin box, bag, hand bag and
            any other container capable of concealing any arm/fire–arm/explosive material inside any place of public
            amusement including Cinema Houses in the jurisdiction of the Sub-Division Rajouri Garden, New
            Delhi.
       4.   The order shall come into force w.e.from 25.10.2012 and shall remain in force for a period of 60 days
            i.e. up to 23.12.2012( both days include ) unless withdrawn earlier.
       5.   Any person contravening this order shall be punishable under section 188 of IPC and
       6.   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 public through the Press and by affixing copies on the Notice
            Board of the office of all District DC;sP, AC;sP, Tehsil offices, all police station concerned and the
            offices of the NDMC and MCD.



                                      -sd-                                        (EISH SINGHAL) IPS
                                                                    ASSTT. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE,
                                                                      SUB-DIVISION, RAJOURI GARDEN


No. 6200-6299/ACP/Rajouri Garden dated New Delhi the 25/10/2012.

                                                      ORDER

1.        Whereas, a large number of private courier services operate in and around the capital to facilitate sending
of goods through courier across the country.
2.        And whereas, it has been noticed that the private courier services generally book goods or items to be
transferred on the face value of the courier sender without bothering to verify his or her address thereby paving the
way for unscrupulous persons using the courier services for illegal activities.
3.        And whereas, instances have come to notice where criminals have used courier services to send
incriminatory items, contraband and even dead bodies in the guise of courier.
4.        And whereas, it has also been observed that the record of courier senders are not kept by the courier
services or agents engaged in the business of facilitating courier of goods making it difficult for the investigation
agencies to identify the culprits behind such crimes.
5.        And whereas, it is thus rendered imperative to put regulatory check on the private courier services who
deal in booking and sending goods from one place to another so that the anti social elements may not be able to use
them to send incriminatory things through them and it is felt that immediate action is necessary in this regard.
6.        Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred upon me by virtue of section 144 CrPC, 1973 (No. 2
of 1974) read with Govt. of India, Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi’s is Notification No. U-11036/(1)UTL,
dated 09.09.2010, I, Eish Singhal, IPS Asstt. Commissioner of Police, Sub-Diviision Rajouri Garden, West
District, Delhi do hereby make this written order to do the following, for strict compliance by all such private
courier services of agents who deal in booking and sending goods in the jurisdiction of Sub-Division Rajouri
Garden West District:-
7.
(a) Maintain a register of courier senders and detail of goods to be sent through courier.
(b) Keep copies of identification documents like election card, ration card, PAN card, driving license etc. of the
courier sender for access by the Police as and when required.
(c) Cross-check from the concerned company or office if its representative or employee approaches for getting the
goods booked for courier in case sender is acting on behalf of a company or office or organization.
(d) Generally satisfy oneself about the goods before accepting the packet/parcel booked for courier.
(e) Install CCTV with sufficient number of cameras and recording system with play back facility, to cover booking
office and the area where goods are to be kept, The CCTV should monitor anyone coming for booking a courier.
(f) The recording system shall preserve a digital record of CCTV coverage for not less than 30 days.
(g) The private courier service or agent shall cause to copy the CCTV coverage on a CD and hand over to the Police
whenever demanded.
(h) Inform the nearby Police station if the courier sender of the goods is found suspicious.
         These orders shall come into force with effect from 25.10.2012 and shall remain in force for a period of
60 days upto 23.12.2012 (both days inclusive) unless withdrawn earlier.
         Any person dealing in business of courier services or agent who contravenes this order shall be liable to
be punished in accordance with the provisions of section 188 of the IPC.
         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 board of the
offices of all DCsP, Addl. DC,sP, ACsP, Tehsil offices, all Police Stations concerned and the offices of NDMC and
MCD.

                                                                                                                   -sd-
                                                                                            (EISH SINGHAL) IPS
                                                                              ASSTT. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE,
                                                                               SUB-DIVISION, RAJOURI GARDEN:
No. 6302-6401/ ACP/Rajouri Garden, dated, New Delhi, the, 25/10/2012.

                                                         ORDER

1. Whereas report have been received that Pan Cigarette and aerated
drinks shop are kept open till late in the night and the same attract gathering of
persons who cause annoyance to the neighborhood and indulge in quarrels have in
the potential of escalating in to riotous situation and also disturb public tranquility
and endanger human life in the jurisdiction of Sub-Division Rajouri Garden, Delhi.
2. And whereas to prevent annoyance to public, danger to human life land
disturbance to public tranquility, it is necessary to take speedy measures to prevent
the forming of such gathering of persons in the late hours of the night.
3. Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred upon me by the virtue of
section 144 Cr.P.C.,1973 ( No 2 of 1974 ) read with Govt. of India, Ministry of
Home Affairrs, New Delhi notification No U-11036/(i) UTL dated
31.10.209.9.2010, I Eish Singhal, IPS Asstt. Commissioner of Police, Sub-
Division Rajouri Garden do hereby make this written order, prohibit
Pan,Cigarette and aerated drinks shop being kept open after 11 PM in the
jurisdiction of Sub-Division Rajouri Garden, Delhi..
4. The order shall come into force w.e.from 23.10.2012 and shall remain in
force for a period of 60 days i.e. up to 21.12.2012( both days include ) unless
withdrawn earlier.
5. Any person contravening this order shall be punishable under section 188 of
IPC and
6.   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 public through
the Press and by affixing copies on the Notice Board of the office of all District
DC;sP, AC;sP, Tehsil offices, all police station concerned and the offices of the
NDMC and MCD.


                                                                                                                     -sd-
                                                                                    (EISH SINGHAL) IPS
                                                                      ASSTT. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE,
                                                                        SUB-DIVISION, RAJOURI GARDEN


           No.6502-6601/ACP/Rajouri Garden, dated, New Delhi, the 25 /10/2012.
                                                            ORDER

         It is observed that metal coated threads are good conductor of electricity and when the metallic kite
thread fells on the Power Transmission system which not only causes numerous tripping of transmission lines and
220 KV S/Stns. And load shedding making inconvenience to public in general but also causes injury to the human
being indulge in such activities through electrocution and road accident as threads causes injury to motorist.

          In this connection it has been observed that there is an open sale of the metallic/meta coated thread for the
kite flying in nearby streets/ markets. The residents of the nearby area are continuously enjoying the kite flying even
they are using the metallic kite threads. Efforts regarding not selling/using of metal coated thread for kite flying will
be very useful to avoid major power system failure due to felling of metal coated kite flying in reads to avoid any
inconvenience to public and public services like as public transport and health services etc.

         Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred upon me by Section 144 criminal
Procedure Code, 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 Eish Singhal, IPS, ACP, Rajouri Garden, Sub-
Division,West District, Delhi do hereby make this written order to do the following for strict compliance by the
owners of such shops/Users in the area of Sub Division Rajouri Garden , West District.

         Ban on storing, selling and use of metallic powder coated manjha for kite flying in the area of this Sub
Division.

          The order shall come into force with effect from 25/10/2012 and shall remain in force for a period of 60
days i.e. up to 23/12/2012 (both days inclusive) unless withdrawn earlier.

         Any person contravening this order shall be punishable under section 188 of the Indian Penal Code.
         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 the Notice Boards of the office
of all District DCsP, Addl. DCsP, ACsP, Tehsil offices all Police Stations concerned and the offices of the NDMC
and MCD.

                                                                                                                  -sd-
                                                                                                  (Eish Singhal ) IPS
                                                                                        Asstt. Commissioner Of Police
                                                                                        Sub Division Rajouri Garden

No. 6802-6901/ACP/Rajouri Garden dated New Delhi the25/10/2012.

								
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