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					               Important Detection by East Distt.

                                                    30.08.2011
    Daughter-in-Law arrested for drugging Mother-in-Law.

    Intent was to kill with the motive to grab property and sale
     proceeds of a sold out property.


       East District Police has arrested Smt. Reena Singhal, 28, w/o Sh. Parag
Singhal, r/o D-29, Ground Floor, Anand Vihar, Delhi for drugging her mother-in-law
with an intent to kill her and grab her property and wealth, and for fabricating the
story of sudden and mysterious disappearance of Smt. Asha Singhal, 60, w/o late
Sh. Ravinder Singh, r/o D-29, Ground Floor, Anand Vihar.

INVESTIGATION

        It was reported by Smt. Reena Singhal on 27.08.2011 at 12.05 PM that
Smt. Asha Singhal had left her house around 11.30 AM on 24.08.2011 with the
stated purpose of visiting her younger son, viz Prateek Singhal who was staying at
B3/394, Paschim Vihar, Delhi. Smt. Reena Singhal further reported that her mother-
in-law Smt. Asha Singhal had apparently left for Paschim Vihar in a TSR. Local
enquiries, however, revealed that Smt. Asha Singhal was seen being helped in into a
Wagon-R vehicle by her daughter-in-law viz Smt. Reena Singhal and a local tailor
viz. Naresh around 12 noon on 24.08.2011. Enquires from Naresh revealed that he
had indeed helped Smt. Reena Singhal in putting her mother-in-law inside a Wagon-
R vehicle, which was driven by a bearded person and that Smt. Reena Singhal had
reported that her mother-in-law was not well and was being taken to hospital. The
mobile number of Smt. Asha Singhal was found switched off and its last location
was found to be at Anand Vihar itself. These preliminary enquires hinted at a foul
play and accordingly a case FIR No. 258/11, dated 27.08.2011 under the provisions
of section 365 of IPC was registered into the disappearance of Smt. Asha Singhal.

       The contradictory statements of Smt. Reena Singhal and the fact that she
had been previously involved in a case of drugging and consequent stealing vide
case FIR No. 311/10, u/s 328/380, IPC, PS Anand Vihar pointed the needle of
suspicion at her. Smt. Reena Singhal was, therefore, subjected to sustained
interrogation and in the process she confessed to have drugged her mother-in-law
with an intent to kill her with the motive to grab her property and wealth, and
revealed the entire sequence of conspiracy/events. It was revealed that Smt. Asha
Singhal had recently sold the property at D-29, Anand Vihar, Delhi for a huge
consideration and had received a part of the consideration which had been used to
buy a residential accommodation at Vaishali in Ghaziabad. It was also revealed that
the transaction was to finally materialize on 03rd October,2011 when the major part
of the consideration would have been delivered to Smt. Asha Singhal. Smt. Reena
Singhal thought that if her mother-in-law were put away, she would become the
beneficiary of at least 50 % of the consideration and thus, could gain considerably.
Thus, with this intent and motive, Smt. Reena Singhal procured a sleep inducing
drug viz “Libotryp” on a prescription issued in her name from Shanti Mukund
Hospital. She administered about 70 of such tablets laced with milk to her mother-
in-law on 24.08.2011 at 1100 AM who immediately became unconscious. Smt.
Reena Singhal thereafter hailed a Wagon-R vehicle bearing registration no. DL-
2CAN-2186 from M/s Khan Travels being operated by one Sh. Shakeel Ahmad from
Ganesh Nagar-II, Shakarpur, Delhi. Smt. Reena Singhal took the help of
Naresh(tailor), her maid servant and the driver of the vehicle in bundling her
mother-in-law into the said taxi and took her around several hospitals such as
IBHAS(Shahdara), G.T.B. Hospital(Shahdara), Mohan Hospital(Sahibabad) but could
not dump her unconscious mother-in-law because of the presence of large number
of people around the gates of these hospitals. Smt. Asha Singhal was finally
dumped on the footpath in front of the mortuary at AIIMS around 4.30 PM. Smt.
Reena Singhal thereafter paid off the taxi driver and took a TSR to reach her home
at Anand Vihar. The Investigating Team at PS Anand Vihar thereafter reached
AIIMS and found Smt. Asha Singhal admitted in an unconscious condition in Ward
No. D-II and occupying Bed No. 09, wherein she had been admitted by a security
guard as an unknown person at 8.53 PM. Smt. Reena Singhal was thereafter
arrested by the Investigating Team and produced before the designated court who
was pleased to remand her to one day in police custody.

PROFILE

       Smt. Reena Singhal was married to Sh Parag Singhal 11 years ago and has
one daughter from marriage. She originally hails from Ambala and had studied upto
class 12th at Chandigarh. Her husband is physically challenged and suffering from
week eye sight. Smt. Reena Singhal is a home maker and also teaches western
dances at home and organizes events featuring western dances.

      Further investigations are on to identify the accomplices, if any, of Smt.
Reena Singhal in the entire conspiracy and the execution of the plot.




                                                                        18.04.2011
 4 YEARS OLD CHILD KIDNAPPED FOR RANSOM FROM BULLANDSHAHAR
    RESCUED BY ALERT COPS OF PS JAGATPURI EAST DISTRICT AND
                DESPERATE KIDNAPPERS ARRESTED.

             With the arrest of two kidnappers, namely –

1.    Mazhar s/o Hafizuddin r/o Village Chaholar, PS. Azim Nagar, Distt. Katihar,
      Bihar. Age-30 years and
2.    Nadeem s/o Fateh Mohammad r/o Village Parwana, PS. Khan Pur, Distt.
      Bullandshar, UP. Age-25 years

            The staff of PS. Jagat Puri has busted a gang of professional
Kidnappers and rescued the kidnapped boy Rashid(name changed) age 4 years who
was kidnapped by them from Bullandshar, UP.

RECEIPT OF INFORMATION & TEAM :
              A secret information was received by Ct. Jeet Pal, that two professional
kidnappers who have kidnapped a minor boy from Bullandshar, UP are hiding
alonwith the kidnapped boys somewhere in the area of Shastri Park Delhi. The
kidnappers were looking for a safe hide out for keeping the child till the ransom
amount is delivered. They are likely to come in search for a rented room in the area
of Jagat Puri near 40 foota road near Masjid, Jagat Puri. On receipt of this
information, Ct. Jeet Pal shared the information with Inspr. Rajinder Singh Adhikari,
SHO/Jagat Puri immediately.

              Keeping in view the sensitivity of the information and gravity of crime,
immediately a team comprising of SI Hasrat Ali, SI C.P. Singh, HC Balbir Singh and
Ct. Jeet Pal under the close supervision of SHO/Jagat Puri was formed. The police
team positioned itself near 40 foota road near Masjid Jagat Puri, Delhi. The team
was briefed and detailed at various points near Masjid 40 foota road, Jagat Puri. At
about 12.45 pm one person came there under suspicious circumstances. Finding the
police presence, he tried to escape from that place but the team acted swiftly and
apprehended him. He was later identified as Nadeem s/o Fateh Mohammad r/o
Village Padwana, PS. Khan Pur, Distt. Bullandshar, UP. During interrogation Nadeem
disclosed that he along with his associate Mazhar had kidnapped the boy Rashid
(name changed) s/o Sahabuddin r/o Heera Pur Road, Kidwai Nagar behind of Syana
bus stand, Bullandshar, UP and the kidnapped boy has been kept in H. No. F-161,
Gali NO.5, Shastri Park, Delhi. Without loss of time at the instance of Nadeem, raid
was conducted at Shastri Park and Mazhar was apprehended and kidnapped boy
Rashid( Name Changed) was safely rescued from the clutches of kidnappers. During
their sustained interrogation, it emerged that they had kidnapped the child with the
help of Chand (real uncle of the victim). Immediately after kidnapping the boy they
demanded Rs. 6 lacs as ransom amount from the father of the victim. They had
fixed date 16.4.11 for taking delivery of ransom amount in Gokalpuri, Delhi area. On
the personal search of accused Nadeem the mobile phone of father of the victim
was also recovered. A case vide FIR No. 307/80/2011 dated 16.4.11 u/s 363/364A
IPC already stands registered at PP Mandi, PS. Kotwali Dehat, Distt. Bullandshar, UP.

MODUS OPERANDI:
              Nadeem and Mazhar got in touch with the victim‟s father posing
themselves as businessman and wanted to meet him in that connection. As per plan
and appointment both of them visited the residence of the victim‟s father in
Bullandsaha on 14th-15th night. Mazhar offered cold drink to Shahbudin and his wife
(Victim‟s parents) laced with some drugs. After consuming the cold drink both of
them became unconscious. As soon as they became unconscious, they kidnapped
the child and came back to Delhi and kept the child at safe hide out for negotiation.

PROFILE:
               Both the accused persons are in the age group of thirties. They are
illiterate. They have been exposed to crime before. They took help of their previous
expertise in crime in this case also. Mazhar is an expert in robbing people after
mixing drugs in eating substances, while Nadeem has previously been involved in
kidnapping for ransom case. In the year 2006 he had kidnapped an 8 year old child
in Mustafabad and was later arrested. While he was facing trial in prison he came in
contact with Mazhar. After release from prison both of them decided to commit
crime together.

INVOLVEMENTS OF ACCUSED PERSONS
1.   Mazhar s/o Hafizuddin r/o Village Chaholar, PS. Azim Nagar, Distt.
     Katihar, Bihar.

     i.    FIR No. 143/08 dt. 13.6.2008 u/s 328/379/34 IPC, PS. New Usman Pur,
           Delhi
     ii.   FIR No. 52/03 dated 13.11.2003 u/s 328/379/34 IPC, PS. Sarai Rohilla
           Rly. Station.
    iii.   FIR No. 462/06 dated 17.11.2006 u/s 328/34 IPC, PS. Lahori Gate
  2.      Nadeem s/o Fateh Mohammad r/o Village Padwana, PS. Khan Pur,
          Distt. Bullandshar, UP.

        i.    FIR NO. 447/06 dated 29.6.2006 u/s 364A IPC, PS. Gokal Puri, Delhi

                 An intimation regarding the arrest of the accused persons and rescue
  of kidnapped boy has been given to the concerned Police Station in . Bullandshar,
  UP. They were produced before the concerned court in Karkardooma Court on 18th
  April. Further investigation of the case is in progress.

                                                                                          11.04.2011
 HARDCORE CRIMINAL INVOLVED IN MORE THAN 13 HEINOUS CASES WHO ALSO
WANTED TO HARM FILM ACTRESS MALIKA SHERAWAT IN 2006, ARRESTED WITH HIS
ASSOCIATE BY ALERT COPS OF PS VIVEK VIHAR.

 ONE COUNTRY MADE PISTOL OF 7.62MM LOADED WITH 2 LIVE CARTRIDGES AND 2
MORE CARTRIDGES RECOVERED.

 TWO STOLEN SANTRO CARS WERE ALSO RECOVERED.

 JUMPED PAROLE GRANTED BY HON’BLE DELHI HIGH COURT RECENTLY.


 APPREHENSION HELPED IN PREVENTING A HEINOUS OFFICE IN PS VIVEK VIHAR.

The staff of PS Vivek Vihar, East District has arrested one hardcore criminal namely Rajesh Dalal @ Raj
(35 yrs.), of PS Nangloi having 9mm pistol and 4 live cartridges alongwith his associate namely Rajiv @
Joginder near ITI more, Vivek Vihar, Delhi.

ARREST

  On 10.04.2011 at about 10.40 AM, a secret information was received by Const. Ajay Kumar No.791/E
that one dreaded criminal namely Rajesh Dalal @ Raj, who is jumping parole granted by Hon‟ble Delhi
High Court will come from ITI Vivek Vihar and will proceed towards Jhilmil Colony.

TEAM

  On receiving of this tip off, a team was constituted comprising SI Harjinder, ASI Mohd. Ali, Const.
Ajay Kumar and Const. Dharambir Bhari under the overall supervision of Inspr. Jarnail Singh,
SHO/Vivek Vihar. A trap was laid near ITI more Bus Stop. At about 12.20 PM, a white Santro car
bearing No. DL-8CS-7673 was noticed approaching towards Jhilmil Colony. Const. Ajay Kumar
intercepted the said car and its occupants were asked to come out. The occupants of the car were later
identified as Rajesh Dalal @ Raj (35 yrs.) s/o Dhara Singh Dalal r/o A-72, Swarn Park, Nangloi, Delhi-
51 and Rajeev @ Joginder (28 yrs.) s/o Hari Ram r/oVill. Khairpur, Distt. Jhajhar, Haryana. On their
personal search, one country made pistol loaded with 2 live cartridges was recovered from the
possession of accused Rajesh Dalal @ Raj and 2 live cartridges were recovered from accused Rajiv @
Joginder. The car was found stolen one from PS Miyanwali Nagar area.

PROFILE
   Accused Rajesh Dalal @ Raj (35 yrs.) s/o Dhara Singh Dalal r/o A-72, Swarn Park, Nangloi, Delhi-51
is a dreaded criminal. His father Dhara Singh is an advocate. He completed his graduation from M.D.U.
Rohtak.

INTERROGATION

  He started his criminal career in the year 1999 while he kidnapped his real brother-in-law (Sala)
namely Saurabh. He alongwith his 3 associates kidnapped Saurabh, a 10+2 student, from outside of his
school. A case vide FIR No.1059/99 dated 23.12.99 u/s 365 IPC was registered at PS Paschim Vihar. All
the accused were arrested in this case Accused Rajesh Dalal and Pankaj were sentenced for life
imprisonment and Manoj & Pankaj were acquitted by the Lower Court. Accused Rajesh Dalal served
in jail for 5 years. After his exit from jail, he in complicity with co-accused Raj Kumar @ Pappu and Ram
Kishore @ Rame, stole a Maruti Car No. DL-4CF-4522 from the area of PS Paschim Vihar vide FIR No.
303/05 u/s 379 IPC and committed a daylight robbery in Allahabad Bank at Outer Ring Road,
Bhera Enclave, New Delhi. The trio decamped with Rs. 7.1 lacs. Case vide FIR No. 319/05 dated
21.04.05 u/s 392/397/411/34 IPC PS Paschim Vihar was registered. Subsequently, the car and the
robbed amount were recovered intact and the trio was arrested in both the cases. Accused Rajesh
Dalal remained in custody for 3 months and escaped from custody from Tis Hazari Court
premises by pouring chili powder in the eyes of constables. In this connection, a case FIR No.
299/05 dated 8.8.2005 u/s 224/186/332/353/34 IPC was registered at PS Subzi Mandi.


  After his escape he in complicity with co-accused Pankaj Gambhir r/o Panipat, Haryana forcibly
entered into house of Sh.Balraj Sharma, maternal uncle of his wife. The duo escaped after incident.
Case vide FIR No. 163/06 dated 24.3.06 u/s 452/342/506/34 IPC was registered PS Hauz Khas, Delhi.

          On 25.04.2006, he alongwith 5 associates attempted murder of one Sh.Sultan Singh r/o
  Hissar, Haryana. Accused Rakesh r/o Bahadurgarh has been his inmate during his earliest jail period.
  Uncle of accused Rakesh had some enmity with Sh.Sultan Singh. In a bid to help him, accused
  Rajesh Dalal went Hisar and assaulted Sh.Sultan Singh. Rakesh also opened fire at him. Case vide
  FIR No. 191/06 dated 25/4/06 u/s 307/452/34 IPC & 25/54 Arms Act was registered at PS Civil Line,
  Hisar, Haryana. All the accused escaped from the spot.

          On 14.07.2006, accused fired at his brother-in-law Saurabh at his residence, who
  by that time had police protection and had shifted to Greater Kailash, Part-I. Accused Rajesh
  traced them out. He managed to escape on bike. Case FIR No. 253/06 dated 14.7.06 u/s 307/34 IPC
  & 25/27/54/59 Arms Act was got registered at PS Greater Kailash, New Delhi.

          In case FIR No. 552/06 dated 28.8.06 U/S 365/34 IPC PS Hauz Khas, Delhi, accused Rajesh
  Dalal kidnapped one Rohit (age 17 yrs.) s/o Sh.Balraj Sharma, maternal uncle of his wife. This
  case was transferred to Crime Branch on 18.11.2006.

          On 01.09.2006, he alongwith his associates Rakesh and Ram Kishore was going to
  Bahadurgarh to commit some crime. In the midway, he fired at his associate Rakesh and left
  him. On the statement of HC Raghubir Singh, who was on picket duty, case FIR No. 898/06 dated
  01.09.2006 u/s 307/186/353/34 IPC & 25/27/54/59 Arms Act was registered at PS Nangloi.

          In October, 2006, film star Malika Sherawat uttered some derogatory words against
  Jaat community and accused Rajesh Dalal decided to take revenge for it. He did a reccee of her
  house, tenanted flat in Bandra, Mumbai, but could not execute the same. On 12.11.2006, teams of
  Delhi Police and Mumbai Police apprehended him from Sangli, Near Kolhapur. He was brought to
Delhi and his arrest was effected in previous cases. He remained for 3 years in Tihar Jail. He
sought parole for 05 days from the Hon’ble Delhi High Court on the pretext of appearing
in exam but did not turn up back on 5.3.2010 at Tihar Jail and thus jumped parole.

        His elder sister Sudesh lodged a case FIR No. 210/10 dated 16.06.10 u/s 379 IPC at PS
Nangloi, Delhi regarding theft of her Santro Car No. DL-4C-AP 0557 Black Colour. Accused Rajesh
Dalal stole the car with the help of duplicate key. It has been recovered from his tenanted house at
Rohtak, bears a fake number plate HR-26-AE-7108.

         Santro Car No. DL-8CS-7673 in which the duo was arrested was found to be stolen vide FIR
No. 78/11 dated 29.03.11 u/s 379 IPC PS Mianwali Nagar, Delhi. This car belongs to one Girish Sahni,
Jeth of his friend Kanika, who is residing in Paschim Vihar.

        Accused Rajeev @ Joginder came in contact with Rajesh Dalal @ Raj during jail period in
2009. Accused Rajeev was booked vide case FIR No.248/05 dated 23.7.05 u/s 25 Arms Act PS Sadar
Bahadurgarh. He is also involved in case FIR No. 357/09 dated 5.9.2009 u/s 307 IPC & 27 Arms Act
PS Nangloi, Delhi. On 9.4.2011, accused Rajesh Dalal called him at Rohtak and they both came to
Delhi on 10.4.2011.

         During his stay at Rohtak, he developed intimacy with one girl who is receiving some calls
over her mobile phone from one Sanjay r/o E-67, 2nd Floor, Jhilmil Colony, Vivek Vihar, Delhi. She
shared it with Rajesh Dalal who got details of address of Sanjay and threatened him not to ring up
the girl. He came to Delhi to kill Sanjay. He did a reccee of his house 2 months back and on
10.04.2011 he came to Delhi carrying loaded weapon to eliminate him but he was apprehended
alongwith his associate before committing the crime. A case vide FIR No. 121/11 dated
10.4.2011 u/s 25/54/59 Arms Act & 411/482/506/34 IPC PS Vivek Vihar, Delhi has been
registered and the duo has been arrested. Stolen Santro car was also seized in this case.

        Further investigation is in progress.




                                                                                    10.04.2011
  SENSATIONAL DOUBLE MURDER CASE OF PS NIHAL VIHAR SOLVED BY
   POLICE STATION ANAND VIHAR (EAST DISTRICT) AND ONE PERSON
                           ARRESTED.

                The Staff of PS Anand Vihar, East District has arrested one person
namely Dinesh Sharma s/o sh. Satya Prakash Sharma, Age- 37 Yrs, r/o H No. 792
Shahid Bhagat Singh Colony, Karawal Nagar Delhi and solved the sensational double
murder case of PS Nihal Vihar, West District.
INCIDENT
             On 02.04.11, a PCR call was received reg. double murder in H No. 8,
Yadav Park Ext. Kamruddin, Nagar, PS Nihal Vihar, Delhi. On reaching the spot
police found that the victims have been removed to Satya Bhabha Hospital, where
one old lady namely Krishna Devi w/o Govind, Age 60 Yrs., and her grand daughter,
age 15 Yrs. were subsequently declared dead. On the inspection of the scene of
crime and enquiry conducted by local police and information given by the another
surviving grand daughter who escaped from the clutches of the assailants it
emerged that Dinesh and Vicky known to the family and also a distant relative had
committed the murder of her grandmother and elder sister. rumiOn her statement
case FIR No. 96/11, dated 02.04.11, u/s 302/307/34, IPC, was registered at PS
Nihal Vihar, West Distt. Delhi and investigation taken up.
ARREST:
             A secret information was received by constable Ismile of PS Anand
Vihar regarding likely presence of Dinesh who is involved in a double murder case
of   Nihal Vihar around Karkardooma Community Centre, Delhi on 09.04.2011.
Accordingly a Police team consisting of SI Bhim Sain SI K K Sharma, ASI Shahid Ali,
ASI Shahid Khan, HC Manoj, HC Sukhbir, HC Umesh , HC Ved Pal, HC Rajiv, Ct.
Jagsaron, Ct. Ismile, Ct Rajiv, Ct Sudhir and Ct. Birbal and under the close
supervision of Insp. Rohitash kumar, SHO/Anand Vihar and overall
supervision by ACP/Vivek Vihar Sh. Prem Singh Hooda was constituted and
one person was apprehended. Later on he was identified as namely Dinesh Sharma
s/o Sh. Satya Prakash Sharma, Age- 37 Yrs, r/o H No. 792 Shahid Bhagat Singh
Colony, Karawal Nagar Delhi.
PROFILE AND INTERROGATION:
             Accused Dinesh Sharma s/o Sh. Satya Prakash Sharma is a graduate
from D. U. and he is a white- wash contractor by profession. He is residing at H No.
792 Shahid Bhagat Singh Colony, Karawal Nagar Delhi. He disclosed that he is a
distant relative of the deceased Krishna Devi and his family.     For the business
purpose he had borrowed some money through an agreement from Krishna Devi.
The old lady has been insisting for early payment of the loan from Dinesh. Dinesh
was unable to pay the money due to financial problems. Due to constant pressure
from the deceased Dinesh Sharma and his brother Vicky went to the house of the
deceased on 02.04.2011 to take back agreement, which was made between the
deceased and the accused. The lady demanded money from them. They expressed
their inability to pay the money.   On some pretext they stayed overnight at the
house of the old lady. In the night once the grand children of the old lady slept,
Dinesh asked the deceased to hand over the copy of loan agreement. The old lady
refused. Thereafter accused Dinesh and his brother Vicky strangulated the old lady
and smothered her with the help of Pillow. During scuffle and hearing the cry of her
15 year old grand daughter, who was sleeping next to the deceased Krsihna Devi,
woke up and started crying. After smothering Krishna Devi accused Dinesh Sharma
and his brother overpowered and smothered her too. The above incident was seen
by another 9 year old grand daughter of the deceased who escaped and bolted
herself in another room. Thereafter both the accused persons ran away from the
spot. After the incident Dinesh has been running from places to places to evade
police arrest.
                   Accused Dinesh Sharma was formally arrested and produced
before concerned court on 10/04/11.




                                                                       28.03.2011

    GANG OF CHEATS INVOLVED IN DUPING BANK ACCOUNT HOLDERS
                    THROUGH PHISHING BUSTED


INTRODUCTION:
         With the arrest of three persons, namely

   (i) Anil Jain S/o Sri Bhagwan Jain R/o 9/2271, Gali No. 10, Main Road,
          Kailash Nagar, Gandhi Nagar, Delhi.
    (ii) Suresh Khandelwal S/o Sh Genda Lal R/o A-7/37, Krishna Nagar, Delhi
            and
    (iii) Rakesh Roshan S/o Sh Ashok Kr. Mishra R/o C-51, Gali No. 2, Chaman
            Vihar, Loni, Ghaziabad, UP.

the East District police has busted a well organized gang of criminals, engaged in
duping customers/account holders of the banks by way of phishing their accounts
and paying BSES Bills.

INCIDENT
               Complaint from HDFC Bank regarding unauthorized payments of
Electricity Bills/other payments of trans Yamuna area through Net Banking by
fraudulently acquiring data of customers transactions which were contested by their
customers on the ground that the same were not done by them was received by
AATS/East. The preliminary scrutiny of documents revealed that someone had


PHISHING : For Phishing the gang allegedly used to send out fake e-mails to
bank customers on their e-mail IDs and ask for account details like net banking
username and password on a downloadable link on pretext of some lucrative
offer. The e-mails looked genuine and also bore the bank's logo which they copied
from the official bank website. After the customer gave these details, they used to
access their account and transfer all the money. Sometimes they used to change
the mobile numbers of the customers by informing to the customer care.


obtained the data of account holders by phishing through internet. Further
enquiries were conducted which revealed that it is an organized gang of cheats
technically very sound in computer/Internet, who used to take BSES Bill amount
from the user/consumers in cash and deposit the bills through net banking from the
bonafide account holders of bank. Beneficiaries were contacted and it came into
notice that they had made payment of their bills to the shopkeepers for deposition
of their bills. Hence case vide FIR no-76/10 U/S 420/34 IPC was registered at PS
Gandhi Nagar, Delhi. After verification from the details of the consumers of BSES
and from the data of Bank Officials, one Anil Jain was apprehended. Further two
more accused persons namely Suresh Khandelwal and Rakesh Roshan have been
arrested in this case and Sections 406/467/468/471/120-B IPC & 65/66/66-
C/66-D of Information Technology Act have been added.

INVESTIGATION & MODUS OPERANDI
             The interrogation led to the discovery of an entirely new modus-
operandi of depositing BSES Bills of consumers through net banking. BSES has
outsourced the collection of bill to one ITZ company and further ITZ has authorized
some persons to collect the bills directly from users/consumers. On which, ITZ used
to pay 1.5 % as commission on every bill to the agent. Accused Anil Jain has a
telecom shop and Suresh Khandelwal was running a garment shop in Gandhi Nagar
area. In this area the electricity bills of the businessman consumers are
comparatively higher than normal users. They have also lack of time to deposit bills.
Anil Jain & Suresh Khandelwal contacted these authorized ITZ agents and offered
them to pay 5% on every bill and started getting the BSES bill amount from these
agents in cash. Sometimes they used to receive the BSES bill amount from the
users directly.     Further Anil Jain and Suresh Khandelwal used to handover
remaining amount of 65-70% (after deducting their own share of 30%) to Pritam
Mishra either in cash or in the account of Rakesh Roshan. Since there is facility
with BSES costumers to deposit their bills through net-banking, Pritam Mishra used
to deposit the BSES bill through net-banking after hacking the account of bonafide
bank customers of HDFC and other banks. The gang is operating all across India
and used to deposit the bills of Delhi people from the accounts of Mumbai or of
Bangalore customers. From the investigation conducted so far approax. 8.0 lacs
have been duped by this gang from the 14 customers of HDFC Banks and
have deposited BSES Bills of about 150 consumers of BSES. It has also
come in notice that the gang has also duped the customers of other banks by
depositing the BSES Bills and other payments of recharging of mobile phones etc.
              The racket was unearthed only after the customers of banks made
complaint of illegal withdrawal of money from their accounts. It has also come in
notice that the gang were using different ISP for transaction from banks.

TEAM AND RECOVERY:
              The team of AATS, East District comprising of Insp. V.N Jha, SI Nalin
Verma, SI Abhai Narayan, ASI Rajendra, HC Dharamvir, HC Jagdish, HC
Dharmender, HC Bijender, HC Rakesh, Ct Ajit, Ct Sunil and Ct Deepak has
unearthed this novice modus operandi of cheating through phishing. Following
equipments/ data were recovered:
1) 40 BSES Bills paid through Phishing.
2) Complaints of more than 150 persons whose bills deposited fraudulently.
3) Details of 18 HDFC Account holders from where payments were made through
   phishing.
4) One cash depository receipt.

      Investigation of the case is in progress whereby involvement of telecom shop
owners and other merchandise establishments is under the scanner. Preetam Mishra
might have linked with some international gang involved in phishing.

PREVIOUS INVOLVEMENT
Anil Jain S/o Sri Bhagwan Jain R/o 9/2271, Gali No. 10, Main Road, Kailash
Nagar, Gandhi Nagar, Delhi is involved in the following cases:-
1.    FIR No. 26/06 U/S 420/411/34 IPC 65/66 Information Technology Act, 26
      Telegraph Act PS IP Estate, New Delhi.
        Preetam Mishra S/o Sh Ashok Kr. Mishra R/o C-51, Gali No. 2, Chaman Vihar,
        Loni, Ghaziabad, UP is involved in the following cases:- (To be apprehended)
         1.    FIR No. 308/2005 U/s 420 IPC PS Kotla Mubarak Pur, New Delhi.

         2.    FIR NO. 26/06 U/S 420/411/34 IPC 65/66 Information Technology Act, 26
                  Indian Telegraph Act PS IP Estate, New Delhi.




                                                                                 17.03.2011
                      SENSATIONAL ROBBERY WITH MURDER OF
                        SHAKARPUR DELHI WORKED OUT

  With the arrest of Mustakin @ Bhoora, Zaki Anwar, Arshad & Nadeem the
sensational robbery-cum-murder case of Sh. Atul Jain R/o Laxmi Nagar,
Mangal Bazar, Delhi has been solved.
INCIDENT
  On 06.03.2011 Sh. Atul Jain R/o Laxmi Nagar, Mangal Bazar, Delhi was shot by assailants
on a narrow lane near his house in Laxmi Nagar. Sh. Atul Jain later succumbed to his
injuries in hospital. Sh. Atul Jain has been working as a commission agent. He has been
collecting money from various traders in Gandhi Nagar market. During inspection of scene of
crime, a red colour motorcycle helmet & country made pistol was also found on the spot.
Motorcycle was later on found to be stolen from PS Jaffarabad, North-East District.
                                                                                       TEAM
        In view of the seriousness of the incident, apart from the local police of PS
Shakarpur, a specialized team comprising SI K.K. Sharma, SI Bhim Sain, ASI Shahid Ali, ASI
Shahid Khan, HC Manoj, HC Umesh, HC Rajiv, HC Ved Pal, Ct. Ismile, Ct. Jagsoran, Ct.
Sudhir, Ct. Sukhbir, Ct. Birbal, Ct. Rajiv under the close supervision of Insp. Rohitash kumar,
SHO/Anand Vihar, East Distt. and overall supervision by Sh. Prem Singh Hooda ACP/Vivek
Vihar Delhi, was constituted to work on the case.
INVESTIGATION
  The preliminary inspection of scene of crime revealed the incident to be a targeted killing.
Although, the incident may have been seen by many public persons in the nearby vicinity, no
one was willing to come forward with any details. After talking to the family members of the
deceased and taking into account the profile of the deceased, the focus of investigation was
to establish the movement of deceased on the day of the incident and persons who handed
over cash to him in day to day affairs. During course of investigation it emerged that on the
day of the incident Sh. Atul Jain had collected money from traders in Gandhi Nagar and was
carrying cash in his bag. Since Sh. Atul Jain has been doing this business for quite sometime
in the PS Gandhi Nagar area, the involvement of someone who may have tipped off the
assailants regarding carrying of cash by Sh. Atul Jain became an important aspect of
ongoing investigation. Accordingly, a massive verification of various workers was started. In
the meantime, Inspector Rohtash Kumar, SHO/Anand Vihar and his team received a credible
   information about a person who has reportedly shared details regarding carrying of cash by
   Sh. Atul Jain. This information was further developed by the team of SHO/Anand Vihar and
   a person called Arshad was picked up. During sustained questioning Arshad S/o Mohd.
   Mogal who works at shop of Mohd. Saleem at Gandhi Nagar disclosed that he shared a
   secret information to one Laddu @ Naushad that one Atul Jain collects cash from various
   shops in this market and has a large amount of money with him and if robbed a large
   amount can received. On this Laddu contacted Mustakin @ Bhoora R/o Jafrabad, Seelampur
   Delhi and Zakki Anwar (who also works at a shop of Mohd. Saleem at Jafrabad) after that
   the Team Leader Mustkin @ Bhoora agreed to carryout the proposed operation. As soon as
   the identity of the gang was established, further raids were conducted at known hideouts of
   all the persons in due course of time. Zaki Anwar was apprehended by the dedicated team
   of SHO/Anand Vihar and his staff. During sustained interrogation, Zaki confessed and
   corroborated the story disclosed by Arshad regarding the involvement in the incident.
   Mustakin Bhoora and his other associates were found absconding from their known hideout
   since the day of incident. On the basis of a credible information a joint team of Crime Branch
   (SOS Unit) as well as East District Police apprehended Mustakin Bhoora and his another co-
   associate Nadim. All the accused persons have confessed regarding their involvement in the
   crime.
   MODUS OPERANDI
     The detailed interrogation of the accused person has revealed that the gang gets
   information regarding carrying of cash by important targets before hand through their own
   sources who are working with various firms. They follow this person, identify his route before
   commission of crime. The crime is carried out by the gang members on specific information
   with prior planning.
   PROFILE
1. Mustakin Bhoora R/o 12/126, Village Mohalla, Mauzpur. He is a B.C. of PS Jaffrabad, Delhi (North-
   East District)

2. Zaki Anwar S/o Abdul Kayum R/o H. No. 1536, Patudi House, Dariya Ganj, Delhi.
   Permanent - Vill. Millat Nagar, Distt. Araria, Bihar.
   Age- 23 Yrs. Education- Pursuing Graduation ( Ist year from Bihar )
   Occupation- Sales Man on Kutub traders, Gali no. 15, Jafrabad, Seelam Pur Delhi.

3. Arshad s/o Mohd. Mogal R/o H. No. 1536, Pataudi House, Darya Ganj, Delhi.
   Permanent- Vill. & Po. Bhilai PS Meshi, Distt. Saharsa, Bihar.
   Age- 20 Yrs. Education- Illiterate
   Occupation- Sales Man on Taj traders, Subhash Mohalla, Lal Batti chowk, Gandhi Nagar, Delhi.

4. Nadeem @ Nadda s/o Hanif R/o 17/5, Gali No. 6, Jaffrabad, Delhi, Age-21 years, Education upto
   Primary, Permanent resident of Village, Dasna, District, Ghaziabad, UP.

    Mustakin Bhoora, who is the leader of the gang is a notorious criminal who has committed
   various robberies in the jurisdiction of different police stations in Delhi. He is involved in as
   many as 26 cases pertaining to various police stations in Delhi.
   CASES WORKED OUT
1. FIR No. 98/11 u/s 302 IPC PS Shakarpur, Delhi.
2. FIR No. 278/10 u/s 392/394 IPC PS Punjabi Bagh, Delhi.
3.
    RECOVERY:
1. A bag containing Rs. 90,000/- and documents of deceased Sh. Atul Jain.
2. One Country made Pistol with live round from Bhoora.

    Further investigation of the case is in progress. Police remand of accused persons is being
   obtained for further recovery and apprehension of remaining accused persons in the case.
    The involvement of this gang in other criminal activities in the city with similar modus
   operandi is being probed.



                                                                                      16.03.2011

               SENSATIONAL ROBBERY-CUM-MURDER CASE OF GAMBHIR
                       JEWELLERS, KRISHAN NAGAR SOLVED.


                       With the arrest of Mohd. Sabir @ Juggu and Mohd. Anis @
            Raju the East District police has solved the sensational robbery-cum-
            murder case of Gaurav Gambhir of Gambhir Jewellers, Lal Quarters
            Market, Krishna Nagar, Delhi. The police has also been able to solve
            another robbery committed by the members of the same gang on 1st
            February, 2011 at Padmini Jewellers at Lal Quarters Market itself.

            INCIDENT

                          On 23rd February, 2011 a robbery was committed in the shop of
            Gambhir Jewellers in the evening hours. In the process of robbery, the robbers also
            shot at Gaurav Gambhir owner of the shop in which he died on the spot. The
            robbers also escaped with jewellery items from the shop.

                          The initial inspection of the scene of crime revealed that such a
            sensational crime in the locality could have been carried out by such persons who
            are familiar with the entry and exit routes of the location as the shop is situated in a
            very densely populated market with multiple entry and exit points.




            TEAMS
              On the basis of minute inspection of the scene of crime as well as
other features of the incident several teams were constitutated in connection with
the investigation of the case. Keeping in view the sensitivity of the case the entire
resources of the district including AATS and Special Staff was also involved.

INVESTIGATION

               Taking clue from the scene of crime, massive verification drive of all
the dacoits, robbers, snatchers and auto-lifters of the home police station as well as
neighbouring police stations of the district was started by dedicated teams. The
teams were specifically assigned the task of verifying minute details regarding all
the previously arrested criminals particularly robbers, dacoits and auto-lifters. It is
during verification of the dacoits and robbers the investigating team was able to
locate the profile of a gang of dacoits who had operated in a sensational robbery
case in 2006 in the jurisdiction of PS Krishna Nagar who were later intercepted by
police picket during their escape and fired at picket staff. The team further started
verifying the other particulars and details of the members of the gang. Subsequent
verification reveled their absence from their present hideouts. In the meantime one
of the investigating team also received credible information regarding possible
involvement of this gang in the Krishna Nagar robbery-cum-murder case. These
inputs were further developed. The team was able to gather information regarding
their known hideouts and residences at Lucknow and Moradabad based on the
analysis of previous cases. Dedicated teams were sent to Lucknow and Moradabad
for further follow up action. During the process of the verification an input emerged
that the assailants are also in the possession of white santro car carrying UP
registration number. The subsequent verification of the ownership of the car took
the investigating team to the real owner in Lucknow. Further questioning of the
original owner of the car in Lucknow revealed that the car has been sold to a person
called Mohd. Sabir @Juggu. With lot of difficulty and painstaking efforts, the
investigating team, the actual identity and residence of Mohd. Sabir was
ascertained as R/o Mehandiganj, Lucknow.           Mohd. Sabir @ Juggu was found
missing from his residence. He was later on apprehended by the team based in
Lucknow. During sustained interrogation, he disclosed his involvement in the
robbery-cum-murder case of Gambhir Jewellers. He further disclosed his
involvement regarding another robbery case committed on 1st Feb, 2011 in the
jurisdiction of PS Krishna Nagar at A-Block, Krishna Nagar, Lal Quarters market. The
team was also able to recover a chain from the possession of Mohd. Sabir @ Juggu
robbed from the Gambir Jewellers and few silver items robbed from the shop of
Padmini Jewellers. Sabir further disclosed the name of another accused Mohd. Anees
@ Raju who was also involved in the robbery case at Padmini Jewellers on 1st
February, 2011.
             During sustained interrogation Mohd. Sabir disclosed the identity of
other members of the gang involved in the commission of sensational robbery-cum-
murder case of Gambhir Jewellers.

               The gang is led by a notorious gangster Salim @Imran. He started his
initial criminal carrier with sensational murder cases in Lucknow and gradually
emerged as a top gangster of police station Sadar Cantt, Lucknow. He also figures
at the Serial No. 1 of the top 10 criminals list prepared by the UP Police. It is also
important to mention that two younger brothers of Salim namely Shorab and
Rustam are also equally desperate and active associates of Salim in almost all the
cases commited so far. Rustam and Shorab figure at Serial No. 2 & 3 of the top 10
criminals list prepared by the UP Police. Cases committed by the gang led by Salim
includes dacoity, robbery, murder, extortion and assault on public servant. It is
also learnt that the         gang has committed a sensational murder of a
contractor/builder in Lucknow in the month of December,2010. The gang has
committed several cases in the jurisdiction of nine police stations of Lucknow.

             All the brothers including Salim and key members of his family are
absconding from their known hideout since the day of incident at Krishna Nagar.

MODUS OPERANDI

              The gang is very meticulous in Planning Crime. Members of the gang
can be classified in two categories core as well as Periphery. The core members of
the gang include Salim, his younger brothers and other close primary and
secondary relatives. They do not hesitate to include their mother and wife also at
crucial level of planning and execution of the crime. They have included several
unemployed youth with notorious background in the peripheral group during
commission of crime. The members of the peripheral group vary from case to case.
Peripheral group members were paid their commission in kind and cash after every
crime. The gang members have committed crime after properly identifying their
target and its vulnerability from crime point of view before the actual commission of
crime. They also conduct recee through their brothers. They used to come prepared
with sophisticated weapons and other logistics required for escape. In order to
conceal their identity they have committed crime with wearing helmet. While
targeting jewellery shops they have even visited the shop along with a lady
member to assess the availability of jewellery. This expercise was done with a view
to find out the peak hours at the shop. In both the cases the gang has operated
when the presence of customer was very thin.

RECOVERY

             The police has recovered one gold chain from the possession of Mohd.
Shabir   robbed from the shop of Gambhir Jewellers alongwith certain silver
   jewellery items robbed from Padmini Jewellers. Silver jewellery has also been
   recovered from the possession of Raju robbed from Padmini Jewellers.

   PROFILE

                Juggu is illiterate. He committed a case of attempt to murder in the
   year 1994. He developed intimacy with Salim and his associates in Lucknow jail and
   become a close partner in other crimes with Salim later on. While Raju is a scooter
   mechanic and also indulges in properly dealing. He came in contact with Salim
   through deal on disputed properties.

   ARRESTED PERSONS

   1.    Mohd. Sabir @ Juggu s/o Jumman Plot No. 2, Kachchi Colony, Mehandi Ganj,
   PS Khala Bazar, Lucknow, UP

   CASES WORKED OUT

   1.    FIR No. 56/11 u/s 302/394/397/34 IPC PS Krishna Nagar
   2.    FIR No. 34/11 392/397/34 IPC PS Krishna Nagar

   2.    Mohd. Anis @ Raju s/o Siddique, 1/344, Ganesh Puri, Bhawani Ganj, Lucknow, U.P.

CASE WORKED OUT

   FIR No. 34/11 392/397/34 IPC PS Krishna Nagar

                Both the accused persons were arrested on 15.03.2011 in Lucknow
   with the assistance of Lucknow Police and brought to Delhi. They were produced
   before the concerned court in Delhi today.

               Further investigation of the case is in progress. Sincere efforts are
   being made to apprehend the remaining accused persons.


                                                                         18.02.2011
    GANG OF TANTRIK BABASAHZAD WHO HAD CHEATED MANY PEOPLE IN
                  DELHI AND OTHER STATES BUSTED
        Tantrik Baba Shahzad and his two associates arrested.
        One Indian Eagle Owl(a protected species under Schedule IV of
         Wildlife protection Act), one Golden ring, one bottle Sodium Metal,
         One bottle Phosphorus Yellow, One Handi, One fine thread and
         other articles used in ‘Tantra’ recovered.
     Accused persons had cheated many male/female by opening offices
      in Delhi, Jaipur (Rajasthan), Hyderabad, UP and Mumbai.
     Had executed more than 500 such cheating incidents in Delhi and
      other states.

       With the arrest of Tantrik Baba Shahzad s/o Alla Noor r/o Sanjay Colony,
Arthala, Ghaziabad, UP and his associates, a notorious gang, which had cheated
many innocent persons, has been busted.

INCIDENT

       A victim approached the local police of PS Geeta Colony. In her complaint she
mentioned that she is having a discordial relationship with her husband. To get over
this marital discord she contacted on a given mobile phone to one TANTRIK BABA
whose advertisement she had seen on a T.V. channel in the name of “MIYAN
MOINJI SAMRAT”. She called him at his office in Kalkaji. On 4.1.2011 she had gone
to the office of this BABA in Kalkaji as per discussion on phone. He asked her about
her problems. The Baba showed the victim an owl and told her that the owl will tell
her about her problem as well as the solution. After some time the Tantrik Baba
intimidated her by saying that her husband is under the influence of a „kala Jin‟ & if
not treated this may result in his death too. The Tantrik also asked her Rs. 2100/-
for Pooja and Rs 51,000/ (51 currency notes of Rs 1000/ each) & 5 gold coins (total
weight 50 gms) along with some common herbs generally used to carry out Hindu
Ritual/poojas to be kept in a pot for Pooja. He told her that ritual should be done as
soon as possible. The Tantrik baba promised her that this donation of Rs 51000/ &
50 gm gold (5 gold coins) will be given back to her after the pooja is over.

       Next day she called Baba and mentioned her inability to come to his office
today as her husband is at home. Baba told him that he is sending someone near
her house with the pot (handi) and asked her to put cash Rs. 51,000/- and 5 Gold
coins in that pot as they don‟t touch the cash and other items of Pooja. She told
Baba that she will meet him at the gate of Chacha Nehru Hospital, Geeta Colony.
On 16/01/2011 at about 05.45 PM two person Shahjad and Aashu reached Chacha
Nehru Hospital, Geeta Colony, Delhi and called her that they are waiting for her.
When she reached at the gate of hospital, both Aashu and Shahzad were standing
there. Shahzad told her to put the cash and coins in the pot. As demanded she
placed 51 currency notes of Rs.1000/- each in the pot. Shahzad asked her for Gold
coins stating that Pooja could not be completed without gold on this she placed two
gold rings (from her fingers) in the pot. They told her that Pooja will continue for
three days and after three days she may call them on mobile. But after the pooja,
the tantrik & his associates stopped attending her calls & also denied her to pay
back the promised sum and her gold rings, stating that the same has been accepted
by “Kala Jin” as sacrifice and now no need for her to come to their office. They
cheated her for sum of Rs. 53100/- and gold about one tola (10 grams).
       On her complaint a case of cheating was registered vide FIR No. 37/11
against the Tantrik baba & his associates u/s 420/120B/34 IPC. Later on, section 9,
49, 50, 51 of Wild Life Protection Act were added in the case.

TEAM

      Under the supervision of Sh. RomilBaaniya, IPS, ACP/ Sub-Division Gandhi
Nagar, Delhi, a team led by HC Rohtash Kumar, Const. Virender, Const. Abodh
Kumar, Const. Manoj Kumar and Const. Rajesh Kumar were constituted to bust the
gang of Tantrik Baba involved in cheating.

INVESTIGATION

The team started developing information regarding Tantrik and his associates. The
team conducted raids at several places and finally Shahzad was arrested from
Apsara Border & later on at his instance his associates „Ikram‟ & Akbar were also
arrested from their office situated in kalkaji.
INTERROGATION

During the interrogation he disclosed that he has been carrying out such business
with his other family members. They are having offices in Delhi and other states.
They advertise on TV Channels for Tantrik solution of every type of personal and
family problems. He disclosed that 15 years back his uncle (Mama) Shamim went to
Mumbai and started Tantrik work there. When he found better income in this job his
elder brother Sharif left for Mumbai to learn this art of Tantra Vidya from his uncle.
Later on, they opened their own offices separately at Hyderabad with other
associates namely Aas Mohd. @ Aashu, Ida @ Danny, Mohd. Akbar, Ikram, Azad
and Bona. They worked there for an year and got income of huge amount after
duping lot of innocent people. He disclosed that a victim, who is a computer science
graduate from Hyderabad university, came there and they had taken Rs. 2,50,000/-
cash and 70 tola gold from her in a pot to remove her grievances. When she
started visiting their office demanding back her money and gold then they took the
usual excuse that the same was accepted by “Kala Jin” as sacrifice. Later on they
closed their office at Hyderabad and moved to Delhi. She had forwarded a complaint
in this regard to the Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad. They later opened offices
in Delhi at Darya Ganj and Lajpat Nagar. He had also cheated taking Rs. 5,51,000/-
and 50 gram gold from one Delhi resident and in this regard a case was registered
at Police Station Lajpat Nagar vide FIR No. 241/10 u/s 420 IPC. Javed was arrested
in this case and other associates succeeded in running away. They have paid the
money to the complainant and got the case cancelled after comprise. They closed
the said office and opened new offices at Ghaziabad, Jaipur (Rajasthan), Munirka
and in front of Kalkaji Depot, Delhi. They have cheated as many 500 persons so far
in the area of Delhi and other states.

ACCUSED ARRESTED

     1. Shahzad s/o All Noor r/o H. No. 174 Sanjay Colony, Arthla Ghaziabad, UP
     2. Akbar @ Nizamudin s/o Hakimudin r/o H. No. 814, ManiharWaliGali, Sanjay
        Colony, Arthala, Ghaziabad, UP
     3. Ikram s/o Noor Mohd. r/o H. No. 36, SaraiNazar Ali, P.S. Kotwali, Ghaziabad,
        UP.

            Other associates – Azad, Ashu, Bona and Ida @ Danny evading arrest.

RECOVERY

1.      One Golden ring.
2.      From the raid conducted at the Kalkaji office following articles were seized:-
        (i)   Chemical Sodium Metal & Yellow Phosphorus.
        (ii)  Fine string.
      (iii)   One Indian Eagle Owl (a protected species) under wild life Protection
              Act.
      (iv)    A pot (Handi) and other articles used in TantraVidya.


PROFILE

   1. Shahzad s/o All Noor r/o H. No. 174 Sanjay Colony, Arthla Ghaziabad, UP Age
      29 years, Education 3rd Class, Married, having two sons and two daughters.
      Doing this work for 6 years.
   2. Akbar @ Nizamudin s/o Hakimudin r/o H. No. 814, ManiharWaliGali, Sanjay
      Colony, Arthala, Ghaziabad, UP. Age- 31, Education- 5th Class, Married,
      having two children. Doing this work since last two years.
   3. Ikram s/o Noor Mohd. r/o H. No. 36, SaraiNazar Ali, P.S. Kotwali, Ghaziabad,
      UP. Age- 30 years, Education up to 3rd Class, Married, having two children.


                                                                        18.02.2011

                 INTERSTATE GANG OF ROBBERS ARRESTED

    GANG USED TO OPERATE FROM ISBT & RAILWAY STATIONS.
    USED TO TARGET LOW PROFILE PASSANGERS TRAVELLING ALONE.
    USED TO LURE PASSANGERS BY LOW TARRIFF ON CONDITION OF
     TAKING OTHER PASSANGERS ALONG.
    USED TO TARGET PERSONS WHO ARE UNAWARE OF DELHI
    ROBBED MOBILE ALSO RECOVERED

       With the arrest of Mujahir S/o Farvi R/o Village karwa mani, Post – Kharuda,
P.S. Paua Khali, Kishan Ganj, Bihar, staff of PS Geeta Colony have busted a gang of
robbers who used to rob their passengers in TSR.

INCIDENT

       On 01.01.11 Shri Durga Rao, who is an army man posted with 5 th Armed
Regiment c/o 56 APO, Patiala was going from his posting area i.e. Patiala to his
native village in Andhra Pradesh via Delhi. He came from Patiala to Delhi by bus and
then hired a TSR from ISBT Kasmeri Gate for New Delhi Railway Station. The TSR
after moving about 200 mts, from ISBT Kasmeri Gate took two more passengers for
New Delhi Railway Station. Instead of taking the passengers to New Delhi Railway
Station the driver took a detour toward Geeta Colony bridge & near Shamshan Ghat
(Geeta Colony) one of the co-passenger attempted to strangulate Durga Rao with a
rope. As he resisted the other co-passenger stabbed him first in the neck & then in
the mouth. On finding that Durga Rao had become unconscious they dumped him at
Shamshan Ghat & fled away with all his belongings. A case vide FIR No. 3/11, U/s
392/34 IPC was registered at P.S. Geeta Colony and the investigation of the case
was entrusted to S.I. Ram Niranjan Pathak.

TEAM

       Under the supervision of Shri Romil Baaniya, ACP/Gandhi Nagar a team under
the leadership of Inspr. Ranbir Singh Khatri, SHO/Geeta Colony and S.I. Ram
Niranjan Pathak, Geeta Colony along with staff Ct Tarun Kumar No. 1383/E and Ct
Deepak No. 1451/E was constituted to solve the case of robbery vide FIR No. 03/11
P.S. Geeta Colony.

INVESTIGATION

       To solve this case a multi point trap was layed, with different teams at ISBT
Kashmiri Gate, Geeta Colony Bridge, Shamshan Ghat (Pushta Road Geeta Colony) &
Y-Point Gandhi Nagar. The team at ISBT spotted a TSR with multiple passangers
which later on took a detour towards Geeta Colony Bridge. When intercepted near
CNG pump (Geeta Colony Pushta) three persons including the driver managed to
fled away leaving behind the TSR and the passanger. On interrogation the
passanger revealed that he hired this TSR for Old Delhi Railway station. Enquiry
from Transport Authorities revealed that the TSR belonged to one Firoz Alam S/o
Mohd. Israiel R/o B – 274, Nand Nagar. On enquiry Firoz Alam disclosed that he is
the owner of this TSR & he had given it to Azad on rent during night time. This TSR
was rightly identified by Shri Durga Rao based on the peculiar dent marks on the
back of TSR & the torned plastic overhead cover. Further interrogation reveled that
Azad along with his associates Samed & Mujjahid @ Moja are generally seen on this
TSR at ISBT Kashmiri Gate. All the accused were on the run since then. Based on
credible information & sustained questioning of their relatives & associates and raids
at their possible hideouts one of the accused Mujahir @ Moja was arrested on
17.02.2011, who disclosed that he along with other gang members were operating
from ISBT kashmeri gate and Old/New Delhi Railway station and generally targets
persons moving alone with a relatively low profile.

       Further efforts are being made to arrest the remaining two accused. Further
involvement of the accused persons in other cases is also being probed.

ARREST

   1. Mujahir @ Moja S/o Farvi R/o .No. C – 315, Gali nNo. 5, Kardam Puri, P.S.
      Jyoti Nagar, Delhi other accused have to be arrested.
RECOVERY

   1. Robbed mobile IMEI No. 359335023182618
   2. Weapon of offence i.e. screw driver.

PROFILE

       1. Mujahir @ Moja S/o Farvi R/o H.No. C – 315, Gali No. 5, Kardam Puri, .S.
          Zafrabad, Delhi. Village – Karwa Mani, Post Kharuda, P.S. Pauakhali, Dist –
          Kishanganj, Bihar, Age 22 years, education 8th class, Marital Status -
          Married (having two wives), having one child. Livelihood - Auto driver.



                                                                        04.02.2011

SENSATIONAL SELF STAGED BROAD DAY LIGHT ROBBERY BY
DDA CONTRACTOR      SOLVED, ALLEGED ROBBED MONEY
RECOVERED

                 Special Staff of East District Delhi has solved the broad day light
robbery case reported on 19.01.10 by the alleged biker‟s gang. The complainant
himself along with his nephew had staged the drama and the allegedly robbed cash
have been recovered.

INCIDENT

       On 19.01.11 an information was received at the P.S. Kalyanpuri,Delhi through
the control room East that a man has been robbed of Rs. 4,50,000/- by four persons
on gun point who have fled away with the cash. As per the complainant, Naresh s/o
Ram Bhool r/o D-368, Ganesh Nagar, Pandav Nagar, Delhi, he along with his
nephew Upendra went to State Bank Of Patiala, Patpar Ganj and withdrew the cash,
then he went in his Santro car to the CNG Pump IP Extension, Delhi to fill CNG.
Thereafter when he reached NH-24, four persons on 2 PULSAR motorcycles stopped
his car saying that he was driving rashly. As per the complainant when he came out
of his car, all the four persons over powered him, threatened to shoot him and
decamped with the cash and his mobile phone and Case vide FIR No.27/11 was
registered at P.S. Kalyanpuri,Delhi and investigation taken up .

TEAM

      Considering the gravity of this broad day light sensational case a team
comprising SI Vinay Yadav,SI Satendra Khari, ASI Satpal, ASI Sukhbir, HC Nazir, HC
Sirmohar, HC Praveen, HC Soma Singh, HC Swadesh Pal, Ct.Lokendra, Ct.Roop
Singh, Ct Shyam Singh, Ct. Shatrughan and Ct. Praveen under the close supervision
of Insp Rakesh Dixit ,I/C Special Staff/East was constituted.

INVESTIGATION

       Taking into account the seriousness of the broad day light robbery a massive
hunt was launched to trace the accused. During the course of investigation, the
team of special staff tried to develop various information on the basis of modus
operandi of the criminals. Painstaking efforts were then made by the special staff
and the criminal intelligence system/information was activated. All the Jail Releases
of recent past were scrutinized and serious efforts were made by deploying the staff
in plain clothes inside and outside the Banks in peak hours when people usually
withdraw/deposit cash and kept close watch. Since there was a spate of such
incidents all over Delhi the case had become very important to be solved .In this
process focus was shifted to the movement of the complainant as he stated that he
was robbed at about 1:30 p.m but as per the records, the call was received at 3:21
p.m. The call details of the complainant were then collected and scrutinized and it
was found that there were discrepancies in his statement. The complainant along
with his nephew was called and both of them interrogated at length about their
movements. During the course of interrogation the complainant confessed to have
staged the drama of robbery taking his nephew into confidence .Then on their
instance Rs. 3,00,000/- and the mobile phone were recovered .

INTERROGATION

        During the interrogation the complainant disclosed the he along with his wife
lives separately and runs his own business .The money he withdrew belonged to his
father and since he was in the habit of gambling and was under heavy debts, he
conspired to evade returning the money to his father by staging the drama taking
his nephew into confidence. On 19.01.11, he along with his nephew went to the
Bank and withdrew the cash and went to his second house and concealed all the
money over there in a wheat tank and immediately switched off his mobile and
tutored his nephew about the story which had to be told to the Police and his
parents. They then went to NH-24 and stopped the car over there and threw away
the keys of the car and started shouting that they had been robbed. In this process
the Traffic Policemen on duty came over there who helped them and called the PCR
.The local police immediately rushed to the spot and both of them narrated the
concocted story.

PROFILE

1.    Naresh Kumar s/o Ram Bhool r/o D-368,Ganesh Nagar,Pandav Nagar, Delhi,
      aged-24 yrs, works as a DDA Contractor .
2.      Upender s/o Jagdish Prasad r/o D-31 ,Ganesh Nagar,Pandav Nagar,Delhi,
        aged-25 yrs, works as a laborer with Naresh .

RECOVERY

1.      Rs. 3,00,000/-(Rest of the money was used up in gambling and repaying
        debts).
2.      Alleged robbed mobile phone.

       The Special Staff police team of East Delhi which has done a commendable
job in working out this sensational case is being suitably rewarded.


                                                                         25.01.2011

 SENSATIONAL HOUSE DACOITY OF ANAND VIHAR SOLVED, NOTORIOUS
         BANGLADESHI SAIDUL-JALIL DACOIT GANG BUSTED

             Special Staff of East District along with staff of Anand Vihar police
station has arrested five desperate Bangladeshi criminals of Saidul-Jalil Gang
involved in one of the most brazen dacoities reported at Anand Vihar. The names of
the arrested persons are:

     1. Abu Jalil s/o Abdul Malik r/o Vill- Pathamara, PS Moral Ganj, Distt.- Bagerhat,
        Bangladesh.
     2. Alamgir @ Rafiq s/o Hussain Ali Haldar r/o Vill- Kala raun, PS Jiya Nagar,
        Distt- Piraspur, Bangladesh.
     3. Abbu Said @ Saidul s/o Said Master r/o Vill- Baroi Khali PS Moral Ganj Distt-
        Bagerhut, Bangladesh.
     4. Muneer s/o Himayat Addin r/o Vill- Patha Mara, PS Moral Ganj, Distt.-
        Bagerhat, Bangladesh.
     5. Alamgir s/o Abdul Qadir r/o Vill- Baraikhali, PS Morrel Ganj, Distt.- Bagerhat,
        Bangladesh.

INCIDENT

              On 11.12.10 at about 0555 AM , a PCR Call regarding robbery in 150,
Dayanand Vihar was received in PS Anand Vihar and immediately local police and
special staff rushed to the spot. According to the house owner at around 0400 AM
four armed men barged into their house and overpowered them and held them
hostage on gun point and decamped with cash, jewellery and other articles present
in the house. This daring dacoity was apparently well planned and executed by
professional and desperate criminals. Immediately a case vide FIR No. 536/10 u/s
395 IPC at PS Anand Vihar was registered and investigation was taken up. Several
teams of Delhi Police visited the scene of crime as the nature of crime was highly
sensational and sensitive.
INVESTIGATION AND ARREST

               Taking into account the gravity of the case the Special Staff of East
Distt. was assigned the task to nab the desperate gang of criminals. A team
comprising SI Vinay Yadav, SI Satendra Khari, SI Arun, SI Bhimsen, ASI Satpal, ASI
Sukhbir, HC Nazir, HC Sudeshpal, HC Praveen Kumar, HC Sirmohar, HC Soma, HC
Manoj, Ct.Roop, Ct. Jitender, Ct. Praveen, Ct. Yashvir and Ct. Lokender under the
close supervision of Insp. Rakesh Dixit I/C Spl. Staff East and Insp. Rohitash Kumar
SHO/ Anand Vihar under overall supervision of ACP/Ops/East was constituted and
investigation taken up. During the course of investigation, the team tried to develop
various information on the basis of modus operandi of criminals as the modus
operandi in the case pointed to the involvement of Bangladeshi Gang. Painstaking
efforts were then made by the special staff and the criminal intelligence sources
were activated. The focus was then shifted to Bangladeshi criminals previously
involved in such dacoities. All the Jail Release of recent past were scrutinized and
verified and during this process secret information was received that Bangladeshi
Dacoit Jalil and Saidul who had recently gone to Bangladesh have again returned to
Delhi with gang members. Secret information was developed to elicit more details
about this gang and their operations in the recent past. On further surveillance,
secret information and through comparison of the physical features and the built of
the criminals who were involved in the dacoity were found to be same as that of
criminals of Jalil Gang. Based on secret information, on 24.01.11 the team of Special
Staff along with staff of PS Anand Vihar conducted a raid behind Railway Station
Anand Vihar near railway tracks and five criminals namely Jalil, Munir, Alamgir, Said
@ Saidul and Alamgir were apprehended. On interrogation they disclosed their
involvement in the house dacoity and were arrested in the said case.

INTERROGATION

                 On sustained interrogation Jalil confessed to have committed dacoity
in Anand Vihar on the intervening 10-11/12/10 in wee hours. Before the commission
of crime he along with his gang members did reccee in the area and targeted H.No.
150, Dayanand Vihar, Delhi and entered the house by breaking window grills and
committed this daring Dacoity on gun point and decamped with cash, jewellery and
other articles present in the house.

MODUS OPERANDI

                    Bangladeshi criminals sneak into India with the assistance of
professional touts who also help them in procuring arms in India. They stayed in a
rented single room accommodation which was used as a hideout. They effectively
used to gather information through Bangladeshi maid servants about presence of
large amount of cash and jewellery in the targeted households. After the
commission of crime they use couriers as who are also Bangladeshis who help them
in getting the looted booty across the border. They gather around the possible
target area during day for reccee. Weapons and implements are hidden in the
bushes nearby railway tracks or on the bank of nallahs. They prefer to travel by bus
or railways as checking are minimal. During daytime, they select a house nearby the
park or open places. After the target is identified and plan is made, they separate.
They reassemble again around midnight at agreed place to discuss the plan again
and possible escape route before executing their plan.

RECOVERY

   1.   Rs. 4,240/- looted cash.
   2.   One Country made Pistol with two live cartridges.
   3.   One Bag containing documents.
   4.   One Diamond Ring and silver coins.
   5.   One Mangal Sutra.
   6.   One Gold Chain.
   7.   One Credit Card.
   8.   One Ladies Watch.

PROFILE

   1. Abdul Jalil s/o Abdul Malik r/o Vill- Pathamara, PS Morrel Ganj, Distt.-
      Bagerhat, Bangladesh. Aged 22 years. Previously involved in similar cases.
   2. Alamgir s/o Hussain Haldar r/o Vill- Kala raun, PS Jiya Nagar, Distt- Piraspur,
      Bangladesh. Aged 24 years. Previously involved in similar cases.
   3. Abbu Said@ Saidul s/o Said Master r/o Vill- Barai Khali PS Moral Ganj Distt-
      Bagerhut, Bangladesh. Aged 26 years. Previously involved in dacoity case of
      PS Saraswati Vihar vide FIR No. 872/02 u/s 186/353/307 IPC and remained in
      jail for more than 4 years in that case.
   4. Muneer s/o Himayat Addin r/o Vill- Patha Mara, PS Morrel Ganj, Distt.-
      Bagerhat, Bangladesh. Aged 25 years. Twelfth Pass.
   5. Alamgir s/o Abdul Qadir r/o Vill- Baraikhali, PS Morrel Ganj, Distt.- Bagerhat,
      Bangladesh. Aged 28 years. Previously involved in dacoity case of PS
      Saraswati Vihar vide FIR No. 872/02 u/s 186/353/307 IPC and remained in
      jail for more than 4 years in that case.

              The investigation is still in progress and efforts are being made to
recover the rest of looted booty and remaining accused. The Special Staff police
team of East Delhi which has done a commendable job in working out these
sensational cases is being suitably rewarded.
                                                                      23.01.2011

                          MUDER SOLVED, 3 ARRESTED


             An unknown dead body was found in Hindon canal in the area of PS
Ghazipur on 13.01.2011.     The body was preserved pending identification of the
deceased. On 15.01.2011, a missing report of Rakesh Kumar s/o Mikh Ram r/o
5/168, Trilok Puri, Delhi was lodged by his wife Pinky @ Reshma. The brother of
Rakesh alleged that his brother could have been abducted by somebody on which a
case FIR No. 30/11 was registered at PS Kalyan Puri. In the meanwhile, a gang of
dacoits was arrested by AATS, East District and during the interrogation of accused
on 22.01.2011, one of them confessed to have committed a murder and on
verification, the deceased was identified as the same Rakesh Kumar.
             During the course of investigation, it has emerged that Rakesh Kumar,
24 years was residing at 5/168, Trilok Puri since last about 1½ years with Pinky @
Reshma. Pinky, who has 2 children from her first husband Intizar, was residing at
the same place since last 5 years, while her first husband left her on discovery of
her intimacy with Rakesh. Nashir s/o Shokat Ali had got married to Arti about 3
months back and had been staying with Rakesh and family in the same house since
last 1½ months as theirs was love marriage and they had no place to go. Shah
Alam, who was a friend of Nashir used to visit their house, started developing
feelings for Rakesh‟s wife Pinky and Pinky, who was being ill treated by Rakesh,
wanted to get rid of him. On the other hand, Nashir started doubting that his wife
Arti and Rakesh is having an affair.
             In the intervening night of 12/13, January, 2011, Nashir, Pinkiy and
Arti gave tea laced with sleeping pills to Rakesh. They called Shah Alam over, who
came on a motor cycle. Nashir and Shah Alam strangulated and murdered Rakesh
who was under the influence of the pills. The dead body was taken on the motor
cycle of Shah Alam and dumped near Hindon Canal by Nashir and Shah Alam.
             In view of above mentioned facts and circumstances, section 302/120-
B/201/328/34 IPC have been added. Shah Alam, Arti and Pinky @ Reshma have
been arrested in the case.    Nashir is already in judicial custody in the case of
dacoity.



                                                                       22.01.2011

           DACOITS ARRESTED, WEAPONS SEIZED,PROPERTY RECOVERED


              With the arrest of four persons namely –
   1. Mohd. Waseem S/O Asgar Ali R/O B-102, Gali No. 2, Papu Colony, PS
      Sahibabad, Ghaziabad (U.P.) (Age-26 Years),
   2. Shahid s/o Nasheer Beg r/o H. No. 246/76, C- School Block, Mandawali
      Fazalpur, Delhi (Age-27-Years),
   3. Mohd. Nashir s/o Shokat Ali r/o 246/49, East School Block, Mandawali, Delhi
      (Age-24-Years) and
   4. Parmod Kumar s/o Mukhiya Ji r/o A-651, G.D. Colony Mayur Vihar Phase-
      IIIrd, Delhi (Age-24Yers),

AATS/East District have arrested a desperate gang of Dacoits involved in many
cases of Dacoities and Highway truck jacking.

INCIDENT

              With the increasing incidents of robberies and truck jacking in and
around Delhi and NCR a team of AATS/East District was formed to keep a close
watch on the activities of active robbers and truck jackers in the area of Delhi and
NCR. On 20/01/2011, a specific information was received in the office of AATS/East
District by HC Dharminder and Ct. Tehjeeb Haider that an active robber Waseem r/o
Mujaffar Nagar (U.P) who had a committed a broad daylight house dacoity in
Mandawali in October-2010 will come alongwith his associates to I.P. Extn. near
Hundai Show Room for committing a robbery. On this, a team comprising of Inspr.
V.N. Jha, SI Love Atrey SI A. N. Yadav, ASI Manoj Kumar, ASI Rajender, HC
Dharminder, HC Narender, HC Bijender, HC Kushal Pal, HC Mahesh, HC Virender, Ct.
Sunil Kumar and Ct. Tehjeeb Haider, Ct. Balik Ram, Ct. Harender, Ct.. Ishak Mohd
and Ct. Rakesh Kumar under the close supervision of ACP D.L, Negi ACP/OPS/East
was formed and trap was laid near I.P. Extn. near Hundai Show Room, Delhi. At
about 03.45 PM two persons were intercepted and apprehended by the Police party
who were on TVS Apache motor cycle, later identified as Mohd. Waseem S/O
Asgar Ali R/O B-102, Gali No. 2, Papu Colony, PS Sahibabad, Ghaziabad (U.P.) (Age-
26 Years) and Parmod Kumar s/o Mukhiya Ji r/o A-651, G.D. Colony Mayur Vihar
Phase-IIIrd, Delhi (Age-24Yers). One pistol and one Deshi Katta with four live
cartridges were recovered from their possession. Later on, on their instance two
more dacoits namely Nasheer Beg r/o H. No. 246/76, C- School Block, Mandawali
Fazalpur, Delhi (Age-27-Years), Shahid s/o Nasheer Beg r/o H. No. 246/76, C-
School Block, Mandawali Fazalpur, Delhi (Age-27-Years) were also arrested.
INTERROGATION
              All these accused persons were interrogated at length. During the
interrogation, it was revealed that, these four criminals have committed a broad
daylight house dacoity in a house at Pandit Chowk in Mandawali on 28/10/2010 and
took away Rs. 4, 50, 000/- cash and jwellery worth lacs keeping a lady at gun point.
              Accused Waseem disclosed that he was previously associated with
Satya Prakash @ Satte a desperate robber/dacoit of Delhi and NCR, and now as
Satya Prakash is in jail, he has formed his own gang and has started committing
truck jackings and robberies. He also disclosed that apart from Mandawali house
dacoity he alongwith his associates committed dacoity in Laxmi jewellers, jewellery
show room in Ghaziabad in January-2008. He was also involved in truck jacking on
Shahdara Fly over in November-2010 and another truck jacking in Alipur, Delhi in
October-2010 he tried to rob a jeweller in Janta Flats Dilshad Colony along with his
associates on gun point, but could not execute it, as mob gathered around the place
and against him.
              Pramod and Shaid were new members of Wassem gang and were
involved in daylight dacoity of Mandawali with Wassem and truck jackings of
Shahdara fly over and Alipur, Delhi.

              Nasir is a habitual criminal and has a criminal past. In 2008, while in
Dashna jail he became friends with Waseem, who was also lodged in Dashna jail at
that time when they came out from jail they both joined hands and started
committing robberies and truck jackings in and around Delhi.
PREVIOUS INVOLVEMENT
              Nasir s/o Shokat Ali r/o H.No. 246/49 East School Block, Delhi (Age-24
Years) is involved in the following cases:-

2.    FIR   No.   401/08 U/S 25/54/59 Arms Act PS Link Road, Ghaziabad, UP
3.    FIR   No.   396/08 U/S 392/506 IPC PS Link Road, Ghaziabad, UP
4.    FIR   No.    399/08 U/S 379/328/411 IPC PS Link Road, Ghaziabad, UP
5.    FIR   No.   439/08 U/S 2/3/ Gangster Act PS Link Road, Ghaziabad, UP
6.    FIR   No.    Nil u/s 41/103 CrPC and 411 IPC PS Link Road, Ghaziabad, UP

            Mohd. Waseem s/o Asgar Ali r/o B-102, Gali No. 2, Pappu Colony, PS
Sahibabad, Ghaziabad, UP (Age-26 years) is involved in the following cases:-

3.    FIR No. 22/08 U/S 395/397 IPC PS Sahibabad
4.    FIR No. 59 /08 US 147/148/307 IPC & 25/27/54 A.ACT PS Sahibabad
5.      FIR NO. 30/08 US 25 A. Act PS Sahibabad
6.      FIR NO. Nil/08 US 41/102 CrPC, 416 IPC PS Sahibabad
7.      FIR No. 614/08 u/s 2/3 Gangster Act PS Sahibabad

CASES WORKED OUT
1.   FIR No. 543/10 u/s 395/397/506 IPC PS Mandawali
2.   FIR No. 22/11 u/s 25/54/59 Arms Act PS Mandawali
3.   FIR No. 23/11 u/s 25/54/59 Arms Act PS Mandawali

RECOVERY
1.  One Pistol of. 32 Bore with two live cartridges.
2.  One Country Made Pistol .315 Bore with two live Cartridges.
3.  One motor cycle TVS APACHE Black Colour No. UP-14 BD 8642.
4.  One motor cycle Platina red color No. DL-5SW 4550.
5.  Purchasing receipt of furniture of worth Rs. 21,500/- (given to sister as gift in
    her marriage by accused Parmod).
6.  Bank transaction of rupees 18,500/- (accused Parmod).


                                                                             DATED: 01.01.11


SENSATIONAL CASE OF KIDNAPPING FOR RANSOM OF VIVEK VIHAR SOLVED, KIDNAPPED
TEENAGER WAS BRUTALLY MURDERED, THREE ACCUSED ARRESTED & DEAD BODY
RECOVERED
        Special Staff of East Distt. along with local police of PS Vivek Vihar has solved the
sensational Kidnapping for Ransom case in which a kid of 14 years was kidnapped from
Jhilmil Colony, Vivek Vihar, Delhi on 15.12.10 and brutally murdered on the same day.
The arrested three accused persons are:

     1.Anil Kumar Sharma @ Shetty s/o Tulsi Ram r/o Gali No.7,Prem Nagar,               Near
     Transformer ,Karawal Nagar,Delhi Age-42 Yrs

     2. Manish Sharma @ Pappan s/o Raghunandam Sharma r/o A-186 ,Gali No. 3,Rama
     Nagar ,Karawal Nagar, Delhi, Age-23 Yrs

     3. Nikhil @ Sumit s/o Ram Bharose r/o19A, Gali No.4, Amar Vihar, Karawal Nagar,
     Delhi.


INCIDENT
       On 15.12.10 Dharam Singh, resident of D-45, Jhilmil Colony, Delhi had reported to
the Vivek VIhar Police Station, Delhi that his 14 year old son Vikas @ Golu had been
missing since evening. A case of kidnapping was registered vide FIR No. 288/10 363 IPC
dated 16.12.10 and investigation was taken up. For eight days no clue of Vikas @ Golu was
found and efforts were being made to trace the child. In the meantime on 23.12.10 a call for
ransom was made on the cell phone of the complainant and the caller demanded 15 lakh
rupees as ransom money for the safe release of the child. The case took a serious turn
and teams swung into action .

TEAM
       Taking into the gravity of the case a team comprising SI Vinay Yadav, SI Satendra
Khari, SI Amarjeet, ASI Satpal Singh, ASI Manoj, ASI Desh Raj, HC Nazir, HC Sirmohar,
HC Virender, HC Swadesh Rana, HC Manoj, HC Birjender, Ct. Jitender, Ct Roop Singh,
Ct Sunil, Ct. Praveen, Ct. Shatrughan, Ct. Yashpal Singh, Ct Harender, Ct. Tehzib, Ct.
Lokendra, Ct. Vikrant, Ct. Dharamvir and Ct. Munesh was constituted under the close
supervision of Insp. Rakesh Dixit I/C Spl. Staff/East and Insp. Yogesh Malhotra, Addl.
SHO P.S. Vivek Vihar, Delhi East and efforts were made to rescue the child safely from
the kidnappers .

INESTIGATION

        A massive hunt was launched to ascertain the whereabouts of the kidnapped child,
several teams from the above mentioned staff were formed to conduct raids, to verify the
possible suspects and to investigate into all aspects of the crime. During the investigation
again ransom calls were made from various Public Calling Booths of Loni, Kallupura
Ghaziabad and Karawal Nagar, Delhi. All the PCOs in the area from where the calls made,
were covered by the teams as the area was circumscribed after studying the pattern of the
calls based on the location of those PCOs. In the meantime efforts were being made to
ascertain the involvement of any close relative/acquaintance of the complainant or any other
person who might have any sort of enmity with the complainant or otherwise. Every possible
effort were made by deploying the local sources and it came to notice that the complainant
was in the habit of betting and sometimes had altercations with the other players. In one
such instance he quarreled with one Anil Kumar Sharma @ Shetty and did not pay him the
money he won in the betting. Surveillance was kept on the movement of Shetty, who earlier
used to live in Jhilmil Colony, Delhi and later shifted to Karawal Nagar. After painstaking
efforts and through surveillance the team came to know his possible involvement in the
kidnapping. In the early hours of 01.01.11, Shetty along with his associates Manish and
Nikhil were apprehended from Karawal Nagar, Delhi. During the course of interrogation
Shetty confessed to have kidnapped the child with the help of his associates and murdered
him on the very same day of kidnapping as the child knew Shetty and Shetty had the
apprehension that his identity might be disclosed if the child escapes. At the instance of all
three accused, half burnt body of the child was recovered from a room near his house, where
transformers were kept by BSES and which remains secluded.


INTERROGATION

       On sustained interrogation, Anil Kumar Sharma @ Shetty disclosed that he used to
work with the Reserve Bank of India as a fourth class employee but could not be enrolled as
permanent employee and later had to leave the job. After this, he was in acute financial crisis
which led him to fall into bad company of gamblers. But he could not earn his livelihood from
the same due which he had to leave his paternal home situated in Jhilmil Colony, Delhi.
Owing to the differences that arose during such gambling with Dharam Singh and since he
also knew that he had only one son, he hatched a plan to kidnap the child with the help of
his associates. As per the plan Shetty kept strict surveillance over the movement of the child
and since the child knew Shetty, he easily lured him in the pretext of taking him to get him
some snacks and took him along to his residence at Karawal Nagar, Delhi on 15.12.10 where
his associates also joined. As per the plan they smothered the child on that very day as he
could have disclosed their identity to the Police and then took his body to a room near the
house where transformers were kept and torched his body with help of oil used in the
transformers and buried his body there with building material .Since the street where Shetty
lives is not so much populated and the room of BSES remains unattended for months, no
one could have detected what was going on in the room .Then they kept strict surveillance on
the movement of the complainant as what he was actually doing in the search of his child.
After eight days of the kidnapping and murder of the child, Shetty and his associates started
calling the complainant for ransom from different PCOs of NCR and Delhi .

PROFILE:

   1. Anil Kumar Sharma @ Shetty s/o Tulsi Ram r/o Gali No. 7,Prem Nagar,               Nr.
   Transformer, Karawal Nagar, Delhi Age-42 Yrs, married and unemployed.

   2. Manish Sharma @ Pappan s/o Raghunandam Sharma r/o A-186 ,Gali No. 3, Rama
   Nagar, Karawal Nagar, Delhi, Age-23 Yrs, unmarried and unemployed.

   3. Nikhil @ Sumit s/o Ram Bharose r/o 19A, Gali No. 4, Amar Vihar, Karawal Nagar,
   Delhi, aged 18 years student.


                The Special Staff police team of East Delhi which has done a
commendable job in working out this sensational case is being suitably rewarded.

				
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