Daily bulletin 10-9-2008 Public help is sought in identifying the following bodies:- old Delhi Railway police



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DAILY BULLETIN 10-9-2008

Public help is sought in identifying the following bodies:-
Old Delhi Railway police have sought the public in identifying the following bodies:-
1. A male, age around 60/62 years, height 5’6”, shallow complexion, long face, thin built, wearing light brown shirt and payajama, found on 5-9-2008.
2. A male, age around 25/30 years, height 5’5”, wheatish complexion, round face, medium built, wearing blue checkdar shirt and baingni pant, found on 31-8-2008.
3.A male, age around 20 years, height 5’6”, wheatish complexion, sround face, medium built, wearing white T.shirt, sky blue pant, found on 6-9-2008.
4. A male, age around 60 years, height 5’5”, shallow complexion, round face, thin built, wearing a white chader only, found on 3-9-2008.
5. A male, age around 20/25 years, height 5’6”, fair complexion, normal built, long face, found on 30-8-2008.
H.N.Din Railway police have sought public help in identifying the following bodies:-
1. A female, age around 55/60 years, height 5’2”, shallow complexion, long face, thin built, wearing black printed saree, found on 1-9-2008.
2. A male, age around 30/35 years, height 5’8”, shallow complexion, long face, normal built, wearing light green white lungi, green pant and white plastic chappal, found on 3-9-2008.
Sarai Rohila Railway police have sought public help in identifying the following bodies:-
1. A male, age around 50 years, height 5’5”, shallow complexion, long face, medium built, wearing white shirt and payajama, found on 6-9-2008.
2. A male, age around 30/35 years, height 5’6”, shallow complexion, round face, medium built, wearing checkdar shirt and light blue pant, found on 7-9-2008.
3. A female, age around 50/55 years, height 5’, shallow complexion, round face, thin built, wearing Black sharee and white printed blouse, found on 3-9-2008.
4. A male, age around 25/30 year, height 5’6”, wheatish complexion, medium built, wearing pink T.shirt and creame colour underwear, found on 3-9-2008.
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Dated 10.09.2008

  • AN INTERSTATE GANG OF CHEATS AND DRAFT THIEVES BUSTED.

  • ONE CRIMINAL WITH REWARD OF RS 10,000/- ON HIS ARREST AND 3 ASSOCIATES ARRESTED.

  • INDULGED IN STEALING CHEQUES AND DRAFTS AND ENCASHING THEM FRAUDULENTLY.

  • THE GANG OPENED ATLEAST 40 BANK ACCOUNTS IN DIFFERENT BANKS WITH FORGED DOCUMENTS.

  • 18 CASES OF DELHI, RAJASTHAN AND PUNJAB WORKED-OUT.

A racket active in stealing bank cheques and drafts and then getting them enchased by opening accounts in fake names has been unearthed by SOS of Crime Branch. Four persons have been arrested in this connection and a large amount of cash, stolen DD, cheques and other incriminating documents have been recovered from them. The persons arrested are as under:-

  1. Manoj Kumar Sirohi s/o Jagdish Pal Singh Sirohi r/o A-253 Rama Garden Gali No-1 Karawal Nagar New Delhi & Q-361 Dilshad Garden Delhi & A-13 Dilshad Colony ( DLF ) Shahibabad Ghaziabad UP & Vill Makhan Nagar PS Mawana Meerut UP Age 32 years

  2. Sushant Tomar @ Amit @ Nanu s/o Omender Pal Singh r/o A-85 Ashok Nagar PS M S Park Delhi age 22 years

  3. Munna Kumar s/o Parmanand r/o Vill Doiya PS Nur Sarai Distt Nalanda Bihar age 27 years

  4. Jagdish @ Kala s/o Chanan Parkash r/o A-1/98 DLF Shahibabd Ghaziabad UP.& B-64 Bhagat Vihar Gali No-2 Karawal Nagar Delhi. Age 30 years


THE TEAM
A team of SOS led by Inspr. Rajpal Dabas and comprising of SI Norbhai Singh Rana, SI Surender Singh, SI Ravinder Kumar, HC Dinesh, HC Ombir Singh, HC Sant Raj, Ct Rajinder, Ct. Harvinder Singh, Ct. Subhodh and Ct. Suresh Kumar and Ct Rakesh was constituted under the over all supervision of Sh. Udaiveer Singh Rathi, ACP/SOS./Crime Branch.
MODUS OPERANDI

The gang members used to open accounts in different banks after producing forged documents i.e. voter card, driving license, PAN card etc created by them and would procure ATM & Cheque Books from the bank. Then they would deposit stolen Drafts, cheques, Travelers Cheque in the account and would immediately withdraw the whole amount through ATM & Cheque The gang used to steal cheques and drafts from the delivery boys of Courier Company and also through some employees of post office who used to take 25 Percent of the amount mentioned in DD/Cheque.



INVESTIGATION

On 21-3-2008, one Om Parkash @ Bablu @ Doctor r/o Shahdra Delhi was arrested by SOS Crime Branch in case FIR No 231/08 u/s 419/465/467/471/474 IPC PS New friends Colony Delhi, who was a gang member of this inter-state gang. During the course of investigation, it was revealed that Manoj Kumar was the king-pin of the gang. A reward of Rs 10,000/- had also been declared on his arrest by Delhi Police. On 8.09.08, acting on a tip-off, accused Manoj Kumar and his associates namely Sushant Tomar, Jagdish @ Kala & Munna Kumar were apprehended from his house situated at Dilshad Garden Delhi. Recovered articles include cash Rs 1,49,000/-, 5 stolen DDs, cheques worth Rs 3,00,000/-, fake voter-cards, driving licenses, computer and other materials. Subsequently, all the four persons were arrested and concerned police stations have been informed where legal actions against them is to be taken.


CASES WORKED-OUT

S.No.

FIR No/ Dt

Under Section

Police Station




231/21.03.08

419/465/467/471/474 IPC

New Friends Colony Delhi



60/26.03.08

419/420/468/471/34 IPC

C.R.Park Delhi



64/ 2008

420/467/471/34 IPC

Sadar Bikaner Rajasthan



172/24.03.08

420/467/471/34 IPC

Civil Line Amritsar Punjab

5

113/25.07.08

420/467/471/34 IPC

Jallupura Jai Pur Rajasthan

6

42/ 2008

420/467/471/34 IPC

Sardar Pura Jodhpur Rajasthan

7

380/24.03.07

420/ 467/468/471/

120 B/379 IPC



Kotwali Seekar Rajasthan

8

241/ 25.07.07

420/ 467/468/471/

120 B/379 IPC



Kotwali Seekar Rajasthan

9

402/31.08.07

419/420/468/471 IPC

Subzi Mandi Delhi

10

5/11.01.07

420/468/471 IPC

Parliament Street Delhi

11

64/24.04.07

420/467/468/471 IPC

Parliament Street Delhi

12

383/21.08.07

420/467/471/34 IPC

Partap Nagar Jodhpur Rajasthan

13

418/16.10.07

420/467/471/34 IPC

Sardar Pura Jodhpur Rajasthan

14

426/18.10.07

420/467/471/34 IPC

Sardar Pura Jodhpur Rajasthan

15

280/01.09.07

420,465,467,468,120 B IPC

City Kapurthala Punjab

16

512/ 2007

420/467/471/34 IPC

Sadar Bikaner Rajasthan

17

259/20.12.07

420/467/471/34 IPC

Ram Bagh ( A Division ) Amristsar Punjab

18

441/6.11.07

420/465/468/471/34 IPC

Lahori Gate Delhi


PROFILE OF ACCUSED PERSONS


  1. Accused Manoj is the kingpin of the racket and belongs to UP. He has studied upto 10th class. By profession he is a TV Mechanic. He has been involved in the crime for the last 2 years and was never arrested. Delhi Police had declared a reward of Rs 10,000/- on his arrest in a case of PS Subzi Mandi .



  1. Accused Sushant is nephew of gang leader Manoj and has studied upto 12th class. He is computer trained person and provides support to Manoj and had created fake identities on his computer. They opened various bank accounts on the basis of these identities. He has never been arrested before.




  1. Accused Munna Kumar is a TV mechanic by profession .He has opened various bank accounts on different and fake identities. He has earlier been arrested in 2 cases of PS Parliament Street, & one case each of Sabzi Mandi, Delhi and PS City Kapurthala, Punjab.




  1. Accused Jagdish @ Kala is also a TV mechanic and worked with Manoj and he has also opened various bank accounts on different and fake identities.


RECOVERY

  1. Cash Rs 1,49,000/-

  2. Forged Driving License -20

  3. Forged election cards -20

  4. Pan Cards -3

  5. Blank cheques - 6

  6. 5 stolen cheque/Drafts worth Rs 3 lacs

  7. Computer and its accessories

  8. Debit Cards – 11

  9. Deposit & withdrawal slips

  10. Air Tickets -2

  11. Cheque Books/Pass books -- 13

  12. Lamination machine

  13. Halogen light

  14. One Bullet Motor-cycle

  15. Account opening forms of different banks

  16. Original papers of property purchased through cheated amount.

Relevant details of this case are also being conveyed to officials of Transport Department, Election office and Post and Telegraph Department for further action at their end.

(NEERAJ THAKUR)

DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE, CRIME & RAILWAYS, DELHI.




S
PECIAL CELL


DATED 10.9.2008
A team of Special Cell led by Inspector V N Jha under the supervision of Shri L. N. Rao, ACP has arrested two extortionists Rajesh Kumar Sharma @ Raju Engineer ( aged- 45 years ) r/o Distt. Gaya, Bihar, 2. Satender Kumar Sharma ( aged– 39 Years) r/o Sangam Vihar, New Delhi. They were extending threat and making extortion calls to a South Delhi based businessman.
A South Delhi based businessman lodged a complaint in the Special Cell that he received a threatening call from an unknown caller who was claiming himself to be from Bihar. A case under the appropriate sections of law was registered and investigation taken up. The company of the complainant is engaged in earthing work for cellular towers and the work presently is going on in Bihar and Jharkhand.
On 27 May, 2008, complainant received call for extortion on his mobile. Caller threatened him that if he did not pay up the extortion money, his family will be killed. Caller introduced himself as Raju Engineer, and boasted that he rules the area of Jahanabad, Bihar. Again on 9.6.08, complainant received a call this time caller demanded Rs 50 lacs as extortion money. Raju Engineer warned if extortion is not paid, his ongoing work will be sabotaged and he will face dire consequences. Raju Engineer also claimed to know about the residential address & relevant details of the complainant. He told complainant that he knew the addresses of his kith and kins residing in Allahabad, UP. Later, Raju Engineer increased the extortion amount to Rs One Crore.
During the course of investigation, it was ascertained that Caller Raju Engineer conspired with one Satendera Sharma r/o Sangam Vihar, Delhi who is a sub contractor of the complainant. Satendera Sharma was aware of all the whereabouts & financial status of complainant. Satender Sharma had demanded the sub contract from the complainant for Bihar. Since his performance was not up to the mark, complainant refused to give him work for Bihar. In order to seek revenge both Raju Engineer and Satender hatched a conspiracy to extort money from complainant. They also roped in one Raju Contractor r/o Nawada, Bihar. Accused persons were planning to launch an attack on the complainant to terrorize the complainant.

During investigation Raju Engineer revealed that he is a B Tech (civil) from Bihar, presently he is unemployed. He disclosed that he had also committed a murder. Satender Sharma disclosed that he is involved in two criminal cases of PS Sangam Vihar, Delhi and three cases in Bihar including a Murder. The same is being verified.


Further investigation is in progress.

(ALOK KUMAR)

DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLIC

SPECIAL CELL DELHI


10TH SEPTEMBER, 2008
INTERSTATE GANG OF DREADED BANGLADESHI GANGSTERS BUSTED : SEVEN CASES WORKED OUT
With the arrest of (1) Mohd. Abbas @ Chhotu aged 27 years s/o Mohd. Nazir r/o Vill. Bani Khali, PS Sarankhala, Distt. Bagerhut, Bangladeshl; (2) Allauddin @ Badal aged 25 years s/o Ashraf r/o Badura, PS Moralganj, Distt. Bagerhut, Bangladesh; (3) Nazrul @ Raviul aged 26 years s/o Ayub Ali Sheikh r/o Bada Badura, PS Moralganj, Distt. Bagerhut, Bangladesh and (4) Zakir Hussain aged 40 years s/o Moinuddin r/o Doiburkati, PS Moralganj, Distt. Bagerhut, Bangladesh, the staff of AATS/North East District has busted an interstate desperate and dreaded gang of Bangladeshi gangsters and worked out seven cases of murder, dacoity, burglary etc.
Two country made pistols (.315 bore) along with two live cartridges, one knife, one iron rod, two mobile phones, three TITAN wrist watches and cash Rs. 36,000/- were recovered from their possession.

TEAM AND THE INCIDENT

A team consisting of Inspr. Pankaj Sharma I/C AATS/NE, SI Parmod Anand, ASI Subhash Chand, HC Harbir, HC Jitender, Ct. Neeraj, Ct. Satender, Ct. Rajiv, Ct. Harender and Ct. Ranbir was constituted under the supervision of Shri L.R. Meena, ACP/Operations, North East District, Delhi.


On 09.09.08, SI Parmod Anand posted at AATS/NE along with staff was performing near Picnic Hut, Loni Road, Shahdara. At about 7:50 PM, the staff got a secret information that some dreaded criminals would assemble in a DDA Ground, Behind Delhi Fire Service Office, Near Loni Gol Chakkar, Shahdara for planning to commit a dacoity in West Jyoti Nagar and they would be in possession of fire arms. On receipt of this information, a team consisting of above mentioned officers was immediately constituted and a trap was laid around DDA Park. At about 08:15 P.M., six suspicious persons gathered at the spot. On confirmation about their plan to commit a dacoity in West Jyoti Nagar area, they were challenged by the police party on which they started running in different directions. The police staff chased them and overpowered four persons while two persons managed to flee from the spot taking the advantage of darkness. On personal search of the apprehended persons, two country made pistols (.315 bore) along with two live cartridges, one knife and one iron rod were recovered from their possession. Subsequently, a case vide FIR No. 265/08 u/s 399/402 IPC & 25 Arms Act was registered at P.S. Shahdara, Delhi in this regard and investigation was taken up.

INVESTIGATION

During sustained interrogation, the identity of the accused persons was revealed as (1) Mohd. Abbas @ Chhotu (2) Allauddin @ Badal (3) Nazrul @ Raviul and (4) Zakir Hussain all resident of Bangladesh. They disclosed that they were planning to commit a dacoity at a house in West Jyoti Nagar, Shahdara. In order to commit crime, they were also carrying arms to thwart any resistance from the inmates of that house.


They further disclosed that they have committed a number of incidents of Dacoity, burglary etc. in Delhi, Gurgaon, Faridabad at the point of deadly weapons. As per their disclosure, thorough verification was made from the police stations of Delhi and NCR and it was confirmed that the accused persons have committed the following incidents of crime :-
1. FIR No. 199/08 u/s 302 IPC PS Bhajan Pura, Delhi - In this case, one person was stabbed near Sabzi Mandi, Main Road Maujpur on 01.06.08 who later on succumbed to his injuries. As per disclosure of the accused Abbas & Nazrul, they had stabbed that person with the intention to rob him.
2. FIR No. 593/08 u/s 457/380 IPC PS Prashant Vihar, Delhi - In this case, on 22.08.08, some assailants entered the house of one Krishan Kr. Mudgal r/o A-8/41, Sector-17, Rohini, Delhi after breaking the locks and looted jewellery articles, cash and one mobile phone. As per disclosure of the accused persons, they along with their associates had committed this incident.
3. FIR No. 268/08 u/s 395 IPC PS Palam Vihar, Gurgaon, Haryana - In this case, on 17.08.08, some assailants entered H.No. 967, Sector-21, Gurgaon, Haryana and tied the inmates of the house and thereafter committed dacoity of jewellery articles, cash Rs. 1 lac and two mobile phones. As per disclosure of the accused persons, they along with their associates had committed this incident. One of the mobile phones Nokia N-81 has been recovered from the accused persons.
4. FIR No. 222/08 u/s 458/380 IPC PS Saran, Faridabad, Haryana - In this case, on 28.08.08, some assailants entered the house of Shri Mahender Pratap Singh, MLA after breaking the locks and tied the inmates of the house and looted jewellery articles, one mobile phone and cash Rs. 1 lac. As per disclosure of the accused persons, they along with their associates had committed this incident. The mobile phone Sony Ericson has been recovered from the accused persons.
5. FIR No. 248/08 u/s 395 IPC PS S.G.M. Nagar, Faridabad, Haryana - In this case, on 28.08.08, some assailants committed dacoity of cash, jewellery and mobile phones in a house at Sainik Colony, S.G.M. Nagar, Faridabad, Haryana with similar modus operandi. As per disclosure of the accused persons, they along with their associates had committed this incident.
6. FIR No. 263/08 u/s 395/397 IPC & 25 Arms Act PS DLF, Gurgaon, Haryana - In this case, on 01.09.08, some assailants committed dacoity of cash, jewellery and mobile phones in the house of Shri Raj Kumar Kharbanda, Retd. DIG of Haryana r/o S-13/92, DLF-III, Gurgaon with similar modus operandi. This case was quite highlighted in the media. As per disclosure of the accused persons, they along with their associates had committed this incident.
7. FIR No. 307/08 u/s 458/380/285 IPC PS Suraj Kund, Haryana - In this case, on 06.09.08, some assailants looted cash, jewellery and mobile phones in H.No. A-21, G.F. Dayal Bagh, Faridabad with similar modus operandi. During the incident, the family members caught one of the accused but other assailants fired upon the family members and all the assailants fled away with the looted property. As per disclosure of the accused persons, they along with their associates had committed this incident.
At their instances, two mobile phones, three TITAN wrist watches and cash Rs. 36,000/- looted in the above incidents have also been recovered. The whereabouts of remaining accused persons Masoom & Fakruddin r/o Seema Puri, Delhi are yet to be ascertained.
Further investigation / interrogation is in progress and efforts are being made to arrest the remaining accused and to affect more recovery.

RECOVERY

          1. Two country made pistols (.315 bore) along with two live cartridges

          2. One knife

          3. One iron rod

          4. Two mobile phones Nokia N-81 and Sony Erickson

          5. Three TITAN wrist watches

          6. Cash Rs. 36,000/-



PROFILE


  1. Mohd. Abbas @ Chhotu s/o Mohd. Nazir r/o Vill. Bani Khali, PS Sarankhala, Distt. Bagerhut, Bangladesh is 27 years old. He is illiterate and works as a rickshaw pullar so that he could rackie the houses where he along with his associates could commit loot. He is previously involved in three cases of Arms Act and Preparation to commit dacoity of different police stations of Delhi.

  2. Allauddin @ Badal s/o Ashraf r/o Badura, PS Moralganj, Distt. Bagerhut, Bangladesh is 25 years old. He is illiterate and works as a rickshaw pullar so that he could rackie the houses where he along with his associates could commit loot. He is previously involved in two cases of Theft and Arms Act of police station Shakar Pur and Kalyan Puri, Delhi.

  3. Nazrul @ Raviul s/o Ayub Ali Sheikh r/o Bada Badura, PS Moralganj, Distt. Bagerhut, Bangladesh is 26 years old. He is illiterate and works as a rickshaw pullar so that he could rackie the houses where he along with his associates could commit loot. He is previously involved in three cases of Arms Act and Preparation to commit dacoity of different police stations of Delhi.

  4. Zakir Hussain s/o Moinuddin r/o Doiburkati, PS Moralganj, Distt. Bagerhut, Bangladesh is 40 years old. He is illiterate and works as a rickshaw pullar so that he could rackie the houses where he along with his associates could commit loot.


DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE:

NORTH-EAST DISTRICT, DELHI.
10th September, 2008
COUNTERFEIT CURRENCY WORTH RS. 1,57,000/- RECOVERED :

ONE ARRESTED
With the arrest of Sabir Ali Khan aged 25 years s/o Anwar Khan r/o Vill. Amava, Laxmi Nagar Grant, Distt. Gonda, UP, North East District police has recovered counterfeit currency amounting to Rs. 1,57,000/- (in Rs. 1000/- and Rs. 500/- denomination notes) have been seized.
TEAM AND THE INCIDENT

A team consisting of Inspr. H.S.P. Singh SHO/Seema Puri, SI Rakesh Kumar, ASI Shahid Khan, HC Jagdish Singh, Ct. Sukhbir and Ct. Vineet was constituted under the close supervision of Shri Rajesh Deo, ACP/Seema Puri, North East District, Delhi.

On 09.09.2008 at about 8 P.M., a secret information was received that one persons who is in possession of fake currency, would come near DTC Bus Depot, Seema Puri. Subsequently, a team consisting of above mentioned police officers was immediately constituted and a trap was laid around DTC Bus depot. At about 9:15 PM, one suspicious person carrying a bag was seen coming from Shalimar Garden side. At the instance of secret informer, he was apprehended and searching his bag, a sum of Rs. 1,57,000/- (240 counterfeit notes in the denomination of Rs. 500/- and 37 counterfeit notes in the denomination of Rs. 1000) was found. Subsequently, a case vide FIR No. 266/08 u/s 489-B IPC was registered at P.S. Seema Puri and investigation was taken up.
INVESTIGATION AND INTERROGATION

On sustained interrogation, the identity of the accused was disclosed as Sabir Ali Khan r/o Gonda, UP. He disclosed that he is engaged in the supply of counterfeit currency since six months. He used to collect the counterfeit currency from Gonda, UP and then supply at different places.

Further investigation/interrogation is in progress to verify the facts of his disclosure and unearth the entire racket.
RECOVERY

Rs. 1,57,000/- (240 counterfeit notes in the denomination of Rs. 500/- and 37 counterfeit notes in the denomination of Rs. 1000)


PROFILE

Sabir Ali Khan s/o Anwar Khan r/o Vill. Amava, Laxmi Nagar Grant, Distt. Gonda, UP is 25 years old. He is a graduate in Science stream. He ran a shop of building materials at Gonda, UP. He is engaged in the supplying of counterfeit currency since last 6 months.



DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE:

NORTH-EAST DISTRICT, DELHI.

CASE OF ROBBERY CUM MURDER OF CAB DRIVER SOLVED:

TWO ACCUSED ARRESTED.

With the arrest of two accused persons namely Ashish Pal @ Manu (aged 21yrs,) s/o Ajay Pal r/o 36, Rajpur Extn.,Mehrauli, ND and Deepak Malviya (aged 24 yrs.) s/o Shiv Narain Malviya r/o 634, Bhagirath Pura, Indore, (M.P) by South Distt. Police, a blind case of robbery of the cab after murdering the driver has been solved within a week time.

INCIDENT

On 3.9.08 at about 11:00 PM, an information was received in PS Mehrauli that a injured person is lying on the road near Jain Dada Bari Temple. The police took the injured to the Trauma Centre AIIMS immediately where he succumbed to the injuries without giving any statement. The MLC of the injured revealed Gun shot injury on the Jaw of the deceased. As there was no witness to the incident so a case of murder was registered on the basis of the DD entry and circumstances vide FIR No. 442/08 dated 4.9.08 u/s 302 IPC PS Mehrauli.

TEAM
As it was a blind case of murder and no witness to the incident was available so a team comprising Inspr. Man Mohan Singh, Inspr. Balram, SI Gagan Bhasker, ASI Ravi Shanker, HC Kailash, Const. Subhash and Const. Gajanand under the leader ship of SHO/Inspr. K.P Kukreti and supervision of ACP/H. Khas Sh. Mehar Singh was formed to workout the case expeditiously.

INVESTIGATION
The tailor mark on the shirt of the deceased led the police to establish the identity of the deceased as one Raju Kumar s/o Sh.Radhey Shyam age about 25 yrs r/o Tehkhand, Okhla, New Delhi who was working as a driver of a Indica car in a car pool centre situated in Gurgaon. During the course of investigation, the car of deceased Raju Kumar was found abandoned near Aurobindo College having blood stains inside the car. It also emerged that the assailants had taken away Rs. 600/- and mobile phone of deceased Raju Kumar apart from his Indica car No.

DL-1Y-B3757. More than 20 co-drivers of the deceased were interrogated during the investigation and local intelligence was developed which led to the arrest of two accused persons namely Ashish Pal @ Manu s/o Ajay Pal (21) r/o 36, Rajpur Extn.,Mehrauli, ND and Deepak Malviya (24) s/o Shiv Narain Malviya r/o 634, Bhagirah Pura, Indore, (MP). On their sustained interrogation, they confessed to their crime and told the entire details of the incident.

INTERROGATION
Interrogation of the accused revealed that both of them used to work together at Satyam Computer Services at International Trade Tower till 2 months ago but presently they were unemployed and in acute shortage of money. Accused Deepak also worked with Big Bazaar. Ashish Pal had borrowed

Rs. 80,000/- from his neighbour which were splurged by them on travels to till stations and shopping with their girl friends. Ashish Pal’s father became extremely angry after knowing that he had borrowed a huge amount for this reason and shunted him out of the house. In order to meet their livelihood and to return the borrowed money they hatched a plan to rob a car so that the same may be sold to repay the borrowed money. Accordingly, on 3.9.08 at about 9.30 PM they hired a cab of the deceased Raju Kumar near Sikander Pur, Aaya Nagar to come to Jain Dada Bari, Mehrauli for Rs. 10 each with the intention to rob the car. On reaching the M.G.Road near Jain Dada Bari, they got down from the car and on the pretext of giving the rental, they tried to rob the car but deceased Raju resisted. On this, Ashish Pal caught hold of him and Deepak Malviya shot at Raju at a point blank range. Deepak Malviya is tranined in weapons firing as he is an ‘A’ certificate holder of Army Wing at NCC, Indore Branch. They put injured Raju in the car forcefully and threw him at an isolated place near Jain Dada Bari after taking away the mobile and Rs. 600/- from Raju. They ran away with the car from the spot towards Malviya Nagar and stopped near Aurobindo College to clean away the stains of bloods on their cloth’s but meanwhile the doors of car got locked due to Central locking system. In panic, they left the car and ran away from the spot.

RECOVERY
Robbed Mobile phone of the deceased Raju has been recovered from accused Ashish Pal and the weapon of offence i.e. country made pistol has been recovered from accused Deepak. Blood stained clothes of accused persons also have been recovered on their instance.

PROFILE:
Accused Deepak Malviya is a B.Com graduate from Art & Commerce College Indore and having good knowledge of computer. His father is a driver by profession. Accused Ashish Pal has done Inter-Mediate from Higher Sec. School, Hauz Khas and his father is also a driver by profession. Both of them are un-employed since last 2 months as they had left the job in Satyam Computer Services.

Further investigation is in progress and members of the police team are being suitably rewarded.

(H.G.S. DHALIWAL)

DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF POLICE

SOUTH DISTT. : NEW DELHI .

DATED: 10.09.08

A DESPERATE AUTO THIEF WITH A CRIMINAL CAREER SPANNING 32 YEARS ARRESTED :NINE STOLEN VEHICLES RECOVERED :

With the arrest of two persons namely (i) Nabi Hussain aged 50 years s/o Naki Hussain r/o Amroha, U..P., presently putting up in Jama Masjid area and (ii) Abid aged 25 years s/o Md. Shariff (the receiver) r/o Khirki Extension, Malviya Nagar, New Delhi havings his Kabadi shop in Sarojini Nagar area, the South District police has busted a gang of auto-lifters which deals in the thefts of old Maruti 800 cars and motorcycles. With their arrest, 9 stolen vehicles i.e. four Maruti 800 cars, five motorcycles, three stolen window panes and two car stepnies are also recovered at their instance. Some quantity of narcotic substance was also recovered from the possession of Nabi Hussain.
INCIDENT

For the last 7-8 months, there was a sudden rise in the thefts of old Maruti cars in various parts of Delhi and Lodhi Colony area was particularly targeted by the gang. In order to prevent the crime and to bust the gang involved, the affected areas in South Delhi were specially picketed with increased police manpower. A few special anti car theft pickets were also deployed in the area of Lodhi Colony. Besides, a team was also deputed to gather intelligence regarding the movements of active auto-lifters involved in the recent spurt of auto thefts in the area.

TEAM & ARREST

The police team of Police StationLodhi Colony comprising SI Manoj Sharma, SI Pawan Tomar, HC Ramphool, Constables Ashok, Arvind, Satbir and Neeraj led by Inspector Rajender Singh, SHO/Lodhi Colony under the supervision of Shri Shibesh Singh, ACP/Lodhi Colony activated its sources and started laying traps on the basis of information gathered. The efforts done by the staff of Lodhi Colony bore quick results and they got a specific intelligence that a few members of the gang would come to the Police Station area to strike again in the stolen Maruti cars. Two specific pickets were deployed on the basis of intelligence gathered, one at SCOPE Complex Chowk on the road leading to Lala Lajpat Rai Marg and another near Pragati Vihar Hostel in CGO Complex area. At about 7.15 p.m. on 06.09.2008, the team deployed at Lal Masjid Picket signalled a white Maruti car bearing registration No.DL-5-C-1606. But the driver of the car did not stop the car at the signal and sped towards Lodhi Road. The staff acted swiftly and followed the fleeing car and managed to stop it at some distance. On verification, the car was found to be stolen from the area of PS DBG Road. Further interrogation and search of the accused person led the recovery of 6 grams of narcotic substance from his possession. Two cases, one for the possession of stolen vehicle and other for the possession of narcotic substances were registered at Police Station Lodhi Colony vide FIR Nos. 206/08 and 207/08 against the arrested person viz. Nabi Hussain.
INTERROGATION

On sustained interrogation, Nabi the desperate auto lifter disclosed of having been involved in more than 1000 cases of auto thefts in his entire crime career of 32 years. He started his criminal career in the year 1976 when he was just 18 years old. He had been arrested several times in the past and spent a good time in jail. He has already been convicted in more than 20 cases so far. In his earlier days, he used to steal every type of car with his other notorious gang members namely Md. Qayum and others and would dispose off them in various parts of the Western U.P. But for the last few years he preferred to work all alone to avoid any police dragnet. In recent times he got addicted to drugs. In order to fulfil his cravings for Drugs, he started stealing old Maruti cars and selling the cars and their accessories.


MODUS-OPERANDI

During the personal search of Nabi Hussain a master key was recovered that was being used to lock open the parked Maruti cars. He specifically targeted old models of Maruti cars as the master key was specifically designed for the purpose. As the Lodhi Colony area houses a lot of government offices and other vital installations, it was easy for him to steal the cars as the office-goers usually enter in their offices in the morning and return only in the evening. Thus, he used to have a good time for the disposal of stolen cars and accessories as the police only receive information of theft mostly in the evening. After theft of cars, he would first remove the accessories of the cars and thereafter leave these abandoned vehicles on the roadside. The accessories were sold to a Kabadi namely Abid s/o Shariff based in Sarojini Nagar. He used to remove stereo from the cars and disposed off these stolen stereos to the three-wheeler and tempo drivers on roadside on throw away prices. After committing thefts of motorcycles, he would remove batteries and dispose off these stolen batteries in the area of Trans-Yamuna.
RECOVERIES
1. Four Maruti Cars

2. Five motorcycles

3. smack weighing 6 grams

4. two wheel stepnies

5. three window glass panes

6. one master key

DETAILS OF THE VEHICLES RECOVERED : S. No.Make & Regn. No.FIR No.P.S.
1. Maruti 800 DL-6C-D-0568434/08Preet Vihar

2. Maruti 800 DL-6C-F-3498248/08I.P. Estate

3. Maruti 800 DL-5C-1606250/08D.B.G. Road

4. Maruti 800 HR-02-E-9296589/08Shakarpur

5. Motorcycle Pulsar (Black) No.DL-4S-DK-4105192/08Kalkaji 6. Motorcycle Karizma (Yellow) No.HR-12-G-538991/08Rajinder Nagar

7. Motorcycle Pulsar No. DL-3S-AW-6070520/07R.K. Puram

8. Motorcyle Pulsar (Red colour) DL-9S-1752 Details of these motorcycles being verified.

9. Motorcycle TVS Suzuki (Black) DL-9S-F-5264

10. Spare parts of vehicle Recovered68/08Lodhi Colony

11. -do-78/08 -do-

12. -do-116/08 -do-

13. -do-118/08 -do-

14. -do-123/08 -do-

15. -do-137/08 -do-

16. -do-149/08 -do-

Further investigation is in progress and members of the police team are being suitably rewarded.

(H.G.S. DHALIWAL)

DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF POLICE

SOUTH DISTT. : NEW DELHI .

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