DAILY BULLETIN 4-11-2009
Public help is sought:-
Old Delhi Railway Police...
The Special Team of Crime Branch, Delhi Police has arrested five
members of a “Biker” gang of interstate robbers and snatc...
Shyambir have also admitted snatching gold chains from ladies walking alone on
the road. They have disclosed five such cas...
PRESS RELEASE
04.11.2009
SOUTH E...
independently at Pul Prahladpur. During her separation Dr Sharma used to
call the prostitutes for sexual purpose. About tw...
police station. The bodies were identified as that of eunuch Vimleesh aged 45
years and Meena aged 35 years.
...
1.Rajesh@Sultan (age 25 years) r/o; Vill & P.S: Adarsh Pawai, Tehsil &
Distt.; Bhind (M.P) is a class 8th drop out and mar...
The staff of police station New Friends Colony has solved a case of
bag theft by a TSR driver and had recovered stolen art...
PRESS RELEASE
04.11.2009
SOUTH E...
4 Kirpans :2
5 English Katta
:1
6 Live Cartridges ...
5. Any person contravening this order shall be punishable under Section
188 of the Indian Penal Code.
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f. if any activity of the visitor is of a suspicious nature the owner of the Cyber
Café will i...
vi) processions and demonstrations; and
vii) picketing or dharnas in any public place within the area specifie...
ORDER
Whereas reports have been received that due to the situation
prevailing in the areas of Police Stati...
ORDER
Whereas information has been received that some people/groups
may indulge in activities prejudicial ...
With the arrest of three persons namely i) Naresh @ Binta, aged 20 years, S/o Vijender,
ii) Nagender @ Chikna @ Tinku, age...
DELHI POLICE Dated 4.11.2009
DOMESTIC SERVANT ARRESTED IN HOUSE THEFT CASE.
INTRODUCT...
( N. S. BUNDELA )
DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE
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INTERROGATION :-
During sustained interrogation the accused persons disclosed that Aslam
was a TSR driver...
night at various parts of Delhi. He also get the share of booty. He is married
having two children and was not arre...
NORTH DISTRICT
PRESS RELEASE 4th November, 2009
INTERSTATE GANG ...
INTERROGATION
The accused Moin Khan was put under sustained interrogation. His police
custody remand ...
factory yard in Meerut, U.P. with a gas cutter. Of late accused Manoj was selling
stolen cars to two of his accomplices of...
and again in February 2009 and two stolen cars were recovered from him. He
came out from jail in August 2009 since the...
8. One chain pulley used to lift engines from the car's body
9. Two Tool boxes
10. One hammer, spanners and other tools
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  • 1. DAILY BULLETIN 4-11-2009 Public help is sought:- Old Delhi Railway Police have sought public help in identifying the following bodies:- 1. A male age around 40/45 years, height 5’6” shallow complexion, crushed face, strong built, wearing choclate colour pant, blue white lining underwear, found on 24-10-2009. 2. A male age around 50/55 years, height 5’7”, shallow complexion, round face, thin built, wearing mehroon colour shirt, checkdar lungi, found on 27-10-2009. 3. A male age around 25 years, height 5’6”, wheatish complexion, round face, medium built, wearing checkdar shirt and grey pant, found on 27-10-2009. 4. A male age around 50/55 years, height 5’6”, shallow complexion, oval face, medium built wearing cream and choclate colour printed shirt, matmaili jeans pant, found on 28-10-2009. 5. A male age around 18/20 years, height 5’6” wheatish complexion, round face, normal built, grey pant and l;shirt, found on 29-10-2009. 6. A female age around 36 years, height 5’2”, fair complexion, round face, wearing yellow red phooldar sari and blouse, found on 2-11-2009. 7. A male age around 35 years, height 5’5”, wheatish complexion, round face, thin built, wearing white checkdar shirt and grey pant, found on 3-11-2009. Dated 4.11.2009  Five members of “Biker” gang of snatchers and bus robbers apprehended.  Nine cases of snatching, bus robbery and theft solved.  One stolen motorcycle used for committing snatchings recovered.
  • 2. The Special Team of Crime Branch, Delhi Police has arrested five members of a “Biker” gang of interstate robbers and snatchers. They are :- 1) Shaym @ Vikas s/o Attar Singh r/o F-4/276, Sultanpuri, Delhi, age 25 years. 2) Praveen Singh @ Gulab Singh s/o Gurcharan Singh r/o D-13, Indira Jheel, Sultanpuri, Delhi age 30 years. 3) Ajit Singh s/o Pratap Singh r/o C-428, Aman Vihar, Delhi. age 34 years. 4) Shyambir @ Choudhary s/o Ramjilal r/o D-240, Sultanpuri, Delhi, Jhuggi No. 300, Q Block, Mangolpuri, Delhi age 40 years. 5) Sanjaypal @ Sonu s/o Ramkishan r/o E-7/82, Shani Bazaar Road, Sultanapuri. age 22 years. The gang has been committing snatchings of chains/bags and robberies in running buses at knife point. The gang uses motorcycles stolen from nearby areas for their criminal activities. On 22.10.2009, this gang had robbed one Mohd. Gilani of Rs. 15,000/- at knife point in a running bus at the busy Azad Market Chowk in the area of PS Bara Hindu Rao. One Ajay was apprehended on the spot but the others had escaped. A case FIR No. 127 /09 u/s 382/34 IPC was registered in this regard. A team under the supervision of Sh. Subhash Tandon, ACP Special Team, consisting of HC Rishi Kumar, HC Murlidhar, HC Anil, HC Ved Prakash, Ct. Sanjay led by SI Ritesh Kumar was detailed to apprehend the remaining gang members. On 2.11.09, acting on a tip off, SI Ritesh and his team apprehended the above mentioned robbers at 5.00 PM when they had assembled at ‘S’ Block Park Mangolpuri Industrial Area, Mangolpuri, Delhi. Shyambir, Sanjay Pal and Praveen were carrying spring actuated knives. Shyam Kumar and Ajit were on a stolen motor cycle No. DL- 4S AJ 7884. On interrogation, the original No. of the M/Cycle was found to be DL-4S AJ 7894 and this motorcycle was found to be stolen from Sector-3, Rohini vide FIR No. 575/09. Sustained interrogation of the criminals revealed that their gang members usually travel on bus Route Nos. 721, 753, 39 & Mudrika Service plying on the Outer Ring Road during peak hours. One or 2 gang members follow the bus on a motorcycle. They rob bus passengers on knife point and the gang member who has the robbed money gets off the bus quickly and escapes on the motorcycle following the bus. Two of the arrested persons Ajit and
  • 3. Shyambir have also admitted snatching gold chains from ladies walking alone on the road. They have disclosed five such cases of snatching committed in the area of PS Nihal Vihar reported vide FIR No. 29/09, 57/09, 116/09, 135/09 and 188/09, PS Nihal Vihar. They have also admitted having robbed Rs. 50,000/- and some documents at knife point in a bus in the Karampura area of Punjabi Bagh. In this incident, Shyam had decamped with the booty on the motorcycle following the bus. This gang is not only operating in Delhi but when they feel police pressure is mounting, they shift their operations to adjoining states. They have also been arrested in similar cases in Rajasthan. Shyam Kumar is involved in following cases:- 1. FIR No. 143/05 u/s 25/54/59 Arms Act, PS Rohini South, 2. FIR No. 93/01 u/s 382/411/34 IPC, PS Keshavpuram, 3. FIR No. 601/05 u/s 399/402 IPC, PS Sultanpuri 4. FIR No. 431/05 u/s 379/411 IPC, PS Sarai Rohilla, Delhi. 5. FIR No. 373/05 u/s 25 Arms Act, PS Punjabi Bagh, Delhi. 6. FIR No. 604/05 u/s 399/402 IPC, PS Sultanpuri, Delhi. 7. FIR No. 697/06 u/s 379/411 IPC,PS Chandpole,Jaipur, Rajasthan. 8. FIR No. 698/06 u/s 379/411 IPC PS Chandpole,Jaipur, Rajasthan 9. FIR No. 699/06 u/s 379/411 IPC, PS Chandpole, Jaipur,Rajasthan Ajit is involved in following cases:- 1. FIR No. 1579/04 u/s 25 Arms Act, PS Sultanpuri, Delhi. 2. FIR No. 1430/02 u/s 382/411/34 IPC, PS Sultanpuri, Delhi. 3. FIR No.697/06 u/s 379/411 IPC, PS Sanjay Circle, Chandpole, Rajasthan. 4. FIR No. 698/06 u/s 379/411 IPC, PS Chandpole, Rajasthan. 5. FIR No. 699/06 u/s 379/411 IPC, PS Chandpole, Rajasthan. Praveen is involved in the following case:- 1. FIR No.604/05 u/s 399/402 IPC, PS Sultanpuri, Delhi. A case vide FIR No. 190 dated 2.11.09 u/s 411/34 IPC & 25/54/59 Arms Act, PS Crime Branch has been registered. Further investigation is in progress. ADDL. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE, CRIME, DELHI.
  • 4. PRESS RELEASE 04.11.2009 SOUTH EAST DISTT. MURDER OF FEMALE MAID SERVANT WORKED OUT – ONE HOMOEOPATH DOCTOR ARRESTED With the arrest of Dr. N.K. Sharma, a Homoeopath Doctor, Sun Light Colony police of South-East District has worked out a case of murder of maid and recovered hand gloves, IB Set with glucose bottle, brick used in the murder of maid. On 26.10.09 a dead body of one lady namely Gulabo @ Meena r/o Aali Vihar, Badarpur, aged about 55 years was recovered in a highly decomposed state at H.No. 44 Saini Gali, Bhagawan Nagar, Delhi. In this regard, a case vide FIR No 51/09 dated 26.10.09 u/s 302 IPC P.S. Sunlight Colony Delhi was registered and investigation taken up. It was learnt that the said premise was taken on rent by one Dr N.K.Sharma, a Homeopath practitioner at Badarpur on 10.10.09 through one common friend Neeraj residing at Bhagwan Nagar, Delhi. The deceased was working as a maid with Dr. N.K. Sharma at his clinic for the last 8-9 years. Dr N.K.Sharma shifted on 15.10.09 at this flat. A team comprising of Inspr. J.P. Singh, Inspr. Investigation, HC Veer Sain, 115/SE, Ct. Brijpal, 2043/SE and Ct. Kaluram, 2046 was constituted led by Inspr. V.K.P.S. Yadav, SHOO/S.L. Colony under supervision of Sh. Data Ram, ACP/New Friends Colony. During investigation, it was learnt that Dr N. K. Sharma was last seen with the deceased on 20.10.09 in the above said house. Intensive search of Dr N.K.Sharma was made at different places. Local level intelligence was developed and sources were mobilized to know the hideouts of Dr. N.K. Sharma. On 03.11.09, an information was received that Dr N.K Sharma was trying to board a bus from ISBT Kashmiri Gate and planning to leave Delhi. Immediately the police team swung into action and rushed to ISBT Kashmiri Gate from where Dr. N.K. Sharma was arrested. During sustained interrogation, he revealed that he worked in Air force and retired in the year 1989 as Sargent. He was married with Kusum in the year 1979 and is having two sons. After retirement Dr N.K.Sharma and Kusum did BEMS Course of Homeopathy from NEHM Institute, Janakpuri Delhi. Both were running a clinic at Badarpur. After some time both the couple developed difference of opinion which led to Dr. Dr N.K.Sharma to divorce his wife in the month of October 2008. Dr Sharma and his wife were residing separately since 2006. Kusum was also running a clinic
  • 5. independently at Pul Prahladpur. During her separation Dr Sharma used to call the prostitutes for sexual purpose. About two months back, the deceased caught him red handed with one call girl in the first floor of the clinic. The deceased started black mailing and defaming him in his circle. Dr Sharma was worried that she could also tell this fact to his sons and wife. He made a plan to get rid of her and gave 4 tablets of Alprex on 20.10.09 and took her to his rented premise on the pretext of doing some treatment. He also took some medical articles like hand gloves, IB set with glusoce bottle. They came at the given address at around 5pm. By the time, they reached there, she started dozing and after some time she fell asleep. Dr Sharma hit her with a brick on her head and after that he strangulated her with an electric wire and thereafter he left the place after locking the door. He went different places including Meerut, Bagpat, Samli, Mathura and Haridwar. Addl. Commissioner of Police South-East District, N.Delhi. PRESS RELEASE 04.11.2009 SOUTH EAST DISTT. DOUBLE MURDER OF TWO EUNUCHS SOLVED With the arrest of three accused, the police of P.S. Jamia Nagar, South-East District has solved a blind murder case of two eunuchs in their house at Shaheen Bagh, Jamia Nagar, Delhi which created sensation amongst the public in general and media in particular. On 20.10.09, two eunuchs were found brutally murdered in their house at Shaheen Bagh by slitting their throat with multiple sharp injuries over their bodies and their bodies were found lying on the ground floor and first floor of the house in a pool of blood. Condition of the dead bodies pointed that the murder was committed some days ago and the premises was locked from the outside by the assailants. Further, the house was also ransacked. In this regard, a case vide FIR No. 315/09 dtd; 20.10.09, u/s; 302 IPC, was registered at P.S: Jamia Nagar and a police team was constituted under the supervision of Sh. Data Ram, ACP/NFC led by Inspr. Awanish Dwivedi, SHO/Jamia Nagar comprising of Inspr. Amrit Raj, Inspr. Investigation, S.I Ram Manohar, S.I Jitender, S.I Tikaram, HCs Chandra Veer, Mahender, Cts. Om Prakash, Ramphal, Surajbhan and other staff of the
  • 6. police station. The bodies were identified as that of eunuch Vimleesh aged 45 years and Meena aged 35 years. During the spot investigation, it was revealed that driver of Vimlesh Rajesh@Sultan was missing alongwith the Maruti van No. DL-2CR-2786 belonging to deceased. The police team developed information and it was found that the driver Rajesh@Sultan is a native of Bhind, Madhya Pradesh. Extensive search was made and information gathered revealed that the driver Rajesh was spending lavishly and roaming in the different villages of Bhind and was hiding in the interior villages and dense forest area. The police team conducted several raids in different villages of Bhind, Moraina, Gwalior (Madhya Pradesh), Agra, Ferozabad, Sikohabad, Etawah, Ghazipur (Uttar Pradesh) for locating him however he kept changing his hideouts. As a result of perseverance and unrelenting zeal to work, meticulous planning and courage to search criminals in late hours in the tough terrains of criminal and dacoits infested areas of U.P and M.P, the police team succeeded in driving him out of his native place and has finally arrested two accused namely Rajesh@Sultan and Somveer for committing brutal murder of the two eunuchs. From the possession of the accused 65 items of gold like jewellery, 17 items of silver jewellery, 23 silver coins, 3 wrist watches and cash Rs.5.82 lacs have been recovered. The fourth accused Bhoora, brother of the arrested accused Rajesh, who accompanied and helped the assailants in escaping from Delhi is to be arrested. During interrogation, the arrested persons have disclosed about their involvement in crime, planning, preparation and conspiracy hatched for several days prior to the day of incident, under the active connivance and support of mastermind Khalil being the main beneficiary of crime. It was revealed that the driver Rajesh @ Sultan hatched a plan to eliminate the eunuch Vimleesh in order to grab the cash and jewellery amassed by her and in furtherance of his common intention Rajesh @ Sultan lured his friend Somveer, who was called secretly on the day of incident in the house of the deceased, to accompany him in committing crime, where Rajesh and Somveer after consuming liquor murdered the eunuchs Vimleesh and Meena on the night of 18th October while Vimleesh was watching TV after taking dinner and Meena was washing utensils in kitchen. In order to reduce the sound of the deceased who struggled for survival, the accused persons increased the volume of TV. Vimlesh was murdered on her bed while the other eunuch Meena who tried to run away after watching all this was caught on the ground floor and murdered. Thereafter, the assailants ransacked the house and decamped from the spot with cash and jewellery in Maruti van belonging to the deceased. They were well aware about the cash and jewellery worth several lacs kept in the house in unlocked almirahs. At the instance of the arrested accused persons, the weapon of offence, a sharp edged blood stained chopper has been recovered.
  • 7. 1.Rajesh@Sultan (age 25 years) r/o; Vill & P.S: Adarsh Pawai, Tehsil & Distt.; Bhind (M.P) is a class 8th drop out and married having two daughters aged 4 years and 2 years respectively. He is the fourth in the family of six brothers and working in Delhi for the last 10 years as a Tempo driver. He was working as driver of the deceased eunuch Vimleesh for the last about 2 months. About 5 years back, he got familiar with the co-accused Somveer while working with him in a firm which provides electric items on rent for marriage at Santnagar, East of kailash. Later on, both of them started working as driver and became close friends. He has been found previously involved in case FIR No.181/08, u/s; 279/337 IPC, P.S: Jamia Nagar. 2.Somveer (age 23 years) r/o; Vill; Kirore, Tehsil; Jasrana, Distt; Ferozabad (U.P). is a class 8th drop out and married having a son aged 3 years. He is the eldest in his family of five brothers and sisters. His father works as a ‘Safai Karamchari’ at Holy family hospital, N.Delhi and residing at NOIDA. He is presently working as a Taxi driver in NOIDA. 3. Khalil Ahmad (age 48 years) r/oHari Nagar Extn., Saurav Vihar, Jaitpur, N.Delhi is the master mind of the crime. He has been accompanying the deceased eunuch Vimleesh as her protection cover for the last several years and was aware of all the cash and valuables she had in her custody. He has two sons and a daughter and runs a shop in the area of Jaitpur, N.Delhi. Recovery; 1. Cash Rs.5.82 lacs. 2. Gold like Jewellery 65 items. 3. Silver jewellery 17 items. 4. Silver coins 23 5. Wrist watches 03 Addl. Commissioner of Police South-East District, N.Delhi. PRESS RELEASE 04.11.2009 SOUTH EAST DISTT. CASE OF BAG THEFT OF A NRI BY TSR DRIVER SOLVED – FOREIGN & INDIAN CURRENCY, DIGITAL CAMERA, LAPTOP MOBILE PHONES CONTAINING UK SIM CARD RECOVERED
  • 8. The staff of police station New Friends Colony has solved a case of bag theft by a TSR driver and had recovered stolen articles after locating the address of TSR driver Rajender. On 18/10/09, Shri Ashok Bhalla, an NRI R/o Wimbledon, London boarded an auto from Nizamuddin Bus Depot to Sukhdev Vihar . On the way he stopped at VERMA STORE to purchase some sweets. He went inside the shop and when he came back the Auto driver had left taking away his bag black colour containing his British Passport, Foreign Currency, Air ticket folder containing legal papers, digital Camera, a LAPTOP and Indian Currency notes and two mobile phones. He had noted only last 4 digit 0827 of TSR. A case U/S 407 IPC was registered & investigation taken up. During the investigation the IO HC Pramod, 432/SE along with Ct. Jagat Singh No 1246/SE contacted the State Transport Authority, Burari and found twelve such TSR having Regn. No. 0827. Out of these six TSR were dismantled and scrapped while five remaining TSR were located by putting tedious efforts and one TSR No DL 1RE 0827 found to be registered in the name of Ram Das who had left the given address without intimating his present address. M/s Anand Bhushan Maa Kirpa Auto Deals, Pahar Ganj was located and from where the address of Rajender, the TSR driver was obtained but he fled away from the given address leaving the house locked. A team was sent to Agra at his native place but he was found absconding. The photograph of the TSR driver was shown to complainant who identified the TSR driver and after a search at his address police recovered the Passport, Foreign Currency 500(G.BP) + 6500 Russian Roubles, Air ticket, folder containing legal one jeans pant & shirt, Canon Digital Camera, one Dell LAPTOP and Indian Currency Rs 95000/ and two mobile phones one Black Berry worth 25,000/- containing UK Sim Card No. 00447740982729, one Nokia 6111 and NOKIA Mobile 6288. The TSR has also been recovered. Further investigation is in progress. ADDL. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE SOUTH-EAST DISRICT
  • 9. PRESS RELEASE 04.11.2009 SOUTH EAST DISTT. A GANG OF DREADED ROBBERS NABBED The South-East Distt has achieved a major breakthrough by apprehending six dreaded robbers, who used to rob the people on the pretext of giving them lift. On 26/10/09, a person namely Mahender Kumar Pandey R/o GK-Ist, New Delhi was offered a lift by occupants of a Santro Car near Pumposh Enclave, Bus Stand. When he sat in the car, the four occupants of the car started beating him black & blue and he was robbed of his two mobile phones, Rupees fifteen hundred, one bed sheet and one iron press and was thrown away from the car after travelling a distance of about half a kilometer. A case FIR No.296/09 was registered U/s 394/397 IPC at P.S. C.R. Park and investigation taken up. On 3/11/09, as per directions of senior officers, strong pickets were deployed at the entry & exit points for routine checking of vehicles. At about 3 PM, SI D.P Singh, SI Parveen, SI Mahesh, HC Jeet Singh, No.256/SE & Ct. Dinesh No.1721/SE alongwith other staff intercepted one Santro Car bearing No.DL3CAQ-4320 at Alakananda Picket. When they tried to stop the car, the driver of the car accelerated the speed and tried to run away but the occupants of the car were over powered. On their search, one country made revolver, with two live cartridges was recovered from one of the four occupants namely Chandan. A Kirpan was recovered from Ajit and another similar Kirpan was recovered from Neeraj. All the four occupants were subjected to sustained interrogation and it was found that they were traveling in a stolen vehicle, which was stolen from Cannought Place area, and had been robbing the people of their belongings on gun point. Later on, their two more associates namely Suraj & Neeraj were also apprehended from Jahapanah Forest, where they were about to meet them. One of the two associates namely Suraj was found in possession of a button knife. All the six accused persons are of age group between 18-21 years and have been committing snatching/robberies frequently. The following stolen/robbed items have been recovered from their possession: 1 Mobile phones : 30 2 Fake number plates :6 3 Master cards :2
  • 10. 4 Kirpans :2 5 English Katta :1 6 Live Cartridges :2 7 Stolen Santro Car :1 All the six accused persons have been arrested in Case FIR No. 296/09 U/s 394/397 IPC P.S. Chittranjan Park. Whereas Case FIR No. 205/09 U/s 379/406 IPC stands registered at Police Station Cannought Place in respect of theft of stolen Santro Car recovered from the possession of the accused persons, the mobile phones recovered from the accused persons are being connected with the incidents committed by them at various places all over Delhi Further investigation is in progress and more recovery is likely to be effected. ADDL. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE SOUTH EAST DISTRICT ORDER Whereas there have been incidents of explosion in the Cinema Houses in Delhi in the past causing loss of life and property. 2. And whereas I have reasons to believe that circumstances exist where carrying of concealed arms/fire arms/explosives etc. inside any place of public amusement etc. in East District is likely to cause danger to human life, safety, disturbance of public tranquility or a riot. 3. Now, therefore, I, Dr. O.P. MISHRA, Dy. Commissioner of Police, East District, Delhi in exercise of the powers conferred upon me under Section 144 Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, read with Govt. of India, Ministry of Home Affairs and New Delhi’s Notification No. U-11036/1/2008, (i) UTL, 26.11.2008, do hereby prohibit the carrying of any Box, including Tiffin box, Bag, Hand Bag and any other container capable of concealing any arm/fire-arm/explosive material inside any place of public amusement including Cinema Houses in the East District. 4. The order shall come into force with effect from 08.11.2009 and shall remain in force for a period of 60 days i.e. upto 06.01.2010 (both days inclusive) unless withdrawn earlier.
  • 11. 5. Any person contravening this order shall be punishable under Section 188 of the Indian Penal Code. 6. As the notice cannot be served individually on all concerned, the order is passed ex-parte. It shall be published for the information of the public through the press and by affixing copies on the notice boards of all DCsP, Addl.DCsP/ACsP, Tehsil Offices of the Districts, all Police Stations concerned and Offices of the MCD. (Dr. O.P. MISHRA): DY. COMMISSINER OF POLICE: EAST DISTRICT: DELHI: ORDER Whereas a large number of commercial places/shops have come up in East District which are popularly known as Cyber Cafes and large number of people visit them to use the facilities available in such place including e-mail facility. 7. And whereas, it has come to notice that certain criminal anti-social elements/terrorists are also using these facilities to mislead the security/investigating agencies, create panic amongst the public, endanger the security of VVIPs and Govt. Institutions, held in the terrorist activities directly affecting the security of the State. 8. And whereas, it is necessary to take speedy measures in this behalf to prevent danger to human life or safety, to thwart/prevent terrorist activities, which may affect the security of the State and disturbance of public order and tranquility. 9. Now, therefore, I Dr. O.P. MISHRA Dy. Commissioner of Police, East District, Delhi in exercise of the powers conferred upon me under Section 144 Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 (No.2, 1974) read with Govt. of India, Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi’s Notification No. U-11036/1/2008 - UTL, dated 26.11.08, do hereby make this written order for strict compliance by the owners of such Cyber Cafes in the entire East District, Delhi :- a. prohibiting the use of Cyber Cafe by unknown person and whose identity has not been established by the owner of the Cafe; b. maintaining a register for identity of the visitor/user ; c. make an entry in the handwriting of the visitor/user mentioning name, address, telephone number and identity proof. The visitor/user shall also sign the register kept for this purpose; d. the identity of the visitor/user shall be established through identity card, voter card, ration card, driving license, passport and photo credit card (any one of them) ; e. activity server log should be preserved in main server and its record should be preserved for atleast six months ;
  • 12. f. if any activity of the visitor is of a suspicious nature the owner of the Cyber Café will immediately inform the Police Station ; and g. record alongwith photograph be maintained about the specific computer used by the person. 5. This order shall come into force with effect from 08.11.2009 and shall remain in force for a period of 60 days i.e. upto 06.01.2010 (both day inclusive) unless withdrawn earlier. 6. Any person contravening this order shall be punishable under Section 188 of the Indian Penal Code. 7. As the notice cannot be served individually on all concerned, the order is hereby passed ex-parte. It shall be published for the information of public through press and by affixing copies on the notice boards of the offices of all Districts DCsP, Addl. DCsP, ACsP, Tehsil offices, all Police Stations concerned and the offices of the MCD. (Dr. O.P. MISHRA): DY. COMMISSINER OF POLICE: EAST DISTRICT: DELHI: ORDER Whereas the area known as Karkardooma Court together with its adjoining areas are busy places frequently visited by a large number of accused persons, petitioners etc. appearing in various Courts functioning in Karkardooma Court Complex while the Courts are pronouncing judgments on a day to day basis. 10. And whereas reports have been received indicating that such conditions now exist that unrestricted holding of public meetings, processions/demonstrations etc. in the area are likely to cause obstruction to traffic, danger to human safety and disturbance of public tranquility. 11. And whereas it is necessary to take speedy measures in this behalf to prevent danger to human life or safety, and disturbance of public tranquility. 12. Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred upon me by Section 144 Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 read with Govt. of India, Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi’s Notification No. U-11036/1/2008 UTL, dated 26.11.2008. I, Dr. O.P. MISHRA, Dy. Commissioner of police, East District, Delhi do hereby make this written order prohibiting :- i) the holding of any public meeting; ii) assembly of five or more persons; iii) carrying of fire-arms, banners, placards, lathis, spears, swords, sticks, brickbats etc. iv) shouting of slogans; v) making of speeches etc;
  • 13. vi) processions and demonstrations; and vii) picketing or dharnas in any public place within the area specified in the schedule and site plan appended to this order without a written permission. 5. This order shall come into force with effect from 19.11.2009 and shall remain in force for a period of 60 days i.e. upto 17.01.2010 (both day inclusive) unless withdrawn earlier. 6. Any person contravening this order shall be punishable under Section 188 of the Indian Penal Code. 7. As the notice cannot be served individually on all concerned, the order is hereby passed ex-parte. It shall be published for the information of public through press and by affixing copies on the notice boards of the offices of all Districts DCsP, Addl. DCsP, ACsP, Tehsil offices, all Police Stations concerned and the offices of the NDMC and MCD. 8. Religious functions/rallies/public meeting etc. can be held with prior permission, in writing, of this District. 9. This order shall not apply to processions, which have the requisite permission of the Police. (Dr. O.P.MISHRA): DY. COMMISSINER OF POLICE: EAST DISTRICT: DELHI:
  • 14. ORDER Whereas reports have been received that due to the situation prevailing in the areas of Police Stations of East District, Delhi i.e. Vivek Vihar, Anand Vihar, Farsh Bazar, Krishna Nagar, Gandhi Nagar, Geeta Colony, Shakar Pur, Preet Vihar, Jagat Puri, Mandawali, Pandav Nagar, Madhu Vihar, Mayur Vihar, Kalyan Puri & New Ashok Nagar it is apprehended that terrorist/anti-social elements may seek hideouts in the residential areas of the said Police Stations and there is every likelihood of breach of peace and disturbance of public tranquility and also there is grave danger to human life and safety and injury to public property on that account. And whereas it is necessary that some checks should be put on landlords/tenants so that terrorists/anti-social elements in the guise of tenants may not cause explosions riots, shoot outs, affray etc. and that immediate action is necessary for the prevention of the same. Now, therefore, I, Dr. O.P. Mishra, Deputy Commissioner of Police, East District, Delhi in exercise of the powers conferred by clause (b) of Sub- section (I) of the Section 70 of the Delhi Police Act, 1978 (34 of 1978) upon me under Section 144 Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, read with Govt. of India, Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi’s Notification No. B-11036/ 1/2008 UTI, dated 26.11.2008 do hereby order that no landlord/owner/person of any house/property which falls under the jurisdiction of Police Stations specified above, shall let/sublet/rent out any accommodation to any person unless and until he has furnished the particulars of the said tenant (s) to the Station House Officer of the Police Station concerned. All persons who intend to take accommodation on rent shall inform in writing in this regard to the Station House Officer concerned in whose jurisdiction the premises fall. The persons dealing in property business shall also inform in writing to the Station House Officer concerned in whose jurisdiction the premises fall about the particulars of the said tenants. This order shall come into force with effect from 08.11.2009 and shall remain in force for a period of 60 days i.e. up to 06.01.2010 (both days inclusive) unless withdrawn earlier. Any person contravening this order shall be punishable under Section 188 of the Indian Penal Code; and As the notice cannot be served individually on all concerned, the order is hereby passed ex-parte. It shall be published for the information of the public through the press and by affixing copies on the notice boards of all DCsP, Addl. DCsP/ACsP, Tehsil office of the Districts, all Police Stations concerned and the office of the MCD. (Dr. O.P. MISHRA): DY. COMMISSINER OF POLICE: EAST DISTRICT: DELHI:
  • 15. ORDER Whereas information has been received that some people/groups may indulge in activities prejudicial to the maintenance of peace in the jurisdiction of East District, Delhi. 13. And whereas information has also been received that such activities may seriously endanger life and property of the citizens and maintenance of law and order in the jurisdiction of East District, Delhi. 14. Now, therefore, I, Dr. O.P. MISHRA, Dy. Commissioner of Police, East District, Delhi in exercise of the powers conferred upon me under Section 144 Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 (No. 2 of 1974) read with Govt. of India, Ministry of Home Affairs and New Delhi’s Notification No. U-11036/1/2008 UTL, 26.11.2008, do hereby made this written order prohibiting the carrying of ‘MASHAL’ i.e. torch carrying live flames or live fire candles or live fire in any form in processions, rallies, functions, in the entire jurisdiction of East District, Delhi. 15. The order shall come into force with effect from 08.11.2009 and shall remain in force for a period of 60 days i.e. upto 06.01.2010 (both days inclusive) unless withdrawn earlier. 16. Any person contravening this order shall be punishable under Section 188 of the Indian Penal Code; and 17. As the notice cannot be served individually on all concerned, the order is passed ex-parte. It shall be published for the information of the public through the Press and by affixing copies on the notice boards of the offices of all Districts DCsP, Addl.DCsP,ACsP, Tehsil Offices of the District, all Police Stations concerned and the office of the MCD. (Dr. O.P. MISHRA): DY. COMMISSINER OF POLICE: EAST DISTRICT: DELHI: PRESS RELEASE NORTH-WEST DISTRICT DELHI POLICE Dated 4.11.2009 THREE DESPERATE BURGLERS ARRESTED: 100 KGs STEEL CIRCLES RECOVERED. INTRODUCTION
  • 16. With the arrest of three persons namely i) Naresh @ Binta, aged 20 years, S/o Vijender, ii) Nagender @ Chikna @ Tinku, aged 20 years, s/o Raj Kumar and iii) Manoj @ Neta, aged 22 years, S/o Prem Singh, all resident of Jhuggi cluster, WPIA, Ashok Vihar, Delhi, the North West District Police has busted a gang of desperate burglars and solved a case of burglary in a factory at WPIA, Ashok Vihar. The Police team also recovered 100 Kgs. Steel circles from their possession. INCIDENT & TEAM On intervening night of 29/30-10-2009, a PCR call was received at Police Station Ashok Vihar regarding theft in the factory No. A-77/2, WPIA, Ashok Vihar. Immediately, a Police team from PS Ashok Vihar reached the spot and inspected the place of occurrence. The statement of complainant, the owner of factory, was recorded and a case of burglary was registered in the Police Station Ashok Vihar. The complainant told that about 250 Kgs. steel circles have been stolen from his factory in the night. Accordingly, a Police team comprising of SIs Haroon Ahmed, Satya Prakash, HCs Brij Bhan, Devender, Ct. Mohd Pasa led by Inspr. Pratap Singh, SHO/Ashok Vihar was constituted under the close supervision of Sh. R.C. Saini, ACP/Ashok Vihar to nab the criminals. INVESTIGATION The Police team developed intelligence and deployed informer to trace out the criminals behind the incident. During the investigation the Police team came to know that some burglars are sitting in a park at ‘A’ Block, WPIA, Ashok Vihar who are planning to sell stolen some stolen steel articles. The Police team immediately swung into action and raided the site, where Naresh @ Binta and Nagender @ Chikna were caught by the Police team. The Police team also recovered about 100 Kgs. Steel circles, which they are, intend to sell. INTERROGATION & MODUS OPERANDI On sustained interrogation the duo revealed that they used to choose isolated and shutter down factories in the area of WPIA, as their target for committing burglaries in the night. Further interrogation of duo disclosed that they have two other associates namely Manoj @ Neta and Vinod @ Neta who were involved in above said burglary incident. On their instance Police team arrested Manoj @ Neta and efforts are afoot to arrest Vinod @ Neta. They have also disclosed that they have stolen about 250 Kgs. of steel circles, after removing tin shed of the factory. Nagender @ Chikna and Manoj @ Neta are found involved in 3 cases of burglary in the Police Station Ashok Vihar. More arrest and recoveries are likely to affect in the case. RECOVERY 100 Kgs. Of steel circles . ( N. S. BUNDELA ) DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE NORTH-WEST DISTT., DELHI PRESS RELEASE NORTH-WEST DISTRICT
  • 17. DELHI POLICE Dated 4.11.2009 DOMESTIC SERVANT ARRESTED IN HOUSE THEFT CASE. INTRODUCTION With the arrest of two persons namely i) Jugal Kishroe aged 24 YEARS, s/O Ram Pratap r/o Village Sita Pur, Distt. Karvi Chitra Koot UP and ii) Rahul Sharma aged 20 years, S/o Ram Shroman r/o Vilalge Khandeha, Distt. Manik Pur, UP, the North West Distt. Police arrested two domestic servant who were involved in house theft cases. INCIDENT & TEAM On 15.10.2009 a PCR call was received regarding theft in a house at TU block, Pitampura, Delhi. Accordingly a Police team was sent to the place of occurrence, where it came to notice that house belongs to one Sh. Pradeep Kumar Bagga, Director Ministry of Finance who was staying with his servant Jugal Kishor. The house was found ransacked. On enquiry by the Police team Sh. Pradeep Kumar revealed that when he came from his office around 8.00 p.m. he found his domestic servant was tied with cello tape in a room and room was ransacked. Cash Rs. 40,000/-, silver decorative vessels, Asahi Pentax SLR camera, Digital camera, Cell Phone N-71 and a wrist watch were found stolen. Accordingly, a Police team was constituted to nab the criminals. INVESTIGATION During investigation Jugal Kishore stated that on the fateful day he was alone in the house, when two persons entered in the house on the pretext of employee of Malaria Department and they overpowered him, tied him with cello tape and robbed the above mentioned articles from the house. A case FIR No. 532/09 u/s. 392/34-IPC dated 15.10.2009 was got registered in the Police Station Maurya Enclave and the investigation entrusted to the Police team. During the course of investigation it came to notice that the stolen mobile phone was being used by one Ram Pratap r/o Sita Pura, Chitrakoot, U.P., who was the father of complainant Jugal Kishore. The complainant was intensively interrogated, on the basis of the above facts. INTERROGATION & MOTIVE On sustained interrogation the accused Jugal Kishore revealed that he had conspired with one Rahul (his cousin) and made a plan to rob the house and according to their plan the duo committed the above said theft. The motive of the duo is to earn easy money through illegal means. Both the accused are working as domestic help for the last 4 years in Delhi. RECOVERY Silver decorative pieces have been recovered from the possession of co-accused Rahul. The accused Jugal Kishore has disclosed that he has sent the remaining items and cash to his village through his father Ram Pratap.
  • 18. ( N. S. BUNDELA ) DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE NORTH-WEST DISTT., DELHI PRESS RELEASE NORTH WEST DISTT. TWO AUTO LIFTERS OF INTERSTATE GANG ARRESTED Anti Auto Theft Squad of North-West District has arrested two auto lifters of interstate gang namely (1) Sultan Ali @ Ahmad Ali (25 yrs.) s/o Late Sh. Manzoor Ali (UP) r/o H No. A/13 Masjid wali Gali, Aman Vihar, Delhi and (2) Mohd. Aslam (28 yrs.) ( Bihar ) s/o Abdul Aziz r/o HNo. H-1/315-316, Sultan Puri, Delhi, vide DD No. 83B dated 3.11.09 u/s 41.1.(D) Cr.P.C. PS Shalimar Bagh, Delhi and recovered one TATA-407 and one Motor Cycle at their instance. They also admitted that they have stolen 8 other TATA-407 from various parts of Delhi. 10 cases of auto theft have been worked out with their arrest. BRIEF FACTS : With a view to keep a check on the incidents of auto theft and to nab the criminals involved in auto lifting, the A.A.T.S. of North-West District had been sensitized and check had also been intensified in the area of North-West District. On 3.11.09 a secret information was received in A.A.T.S. of North-West District through informer that one notorious auto lifter namely Sultan who is involved in various auto theft cases, would come in a stolen TATA-407 bearing No. DL-1L-D-5501 from Madhuban Chowk and further proceed towards Azad Pur via Shalimar Bagh to dispose off the said stolen TATA-407. On this information Sh K.K. Sharma, ACP/OPS./NWD constituted a team of A.A.T.S. in the leadership of Inspr. L.C.Yadav consisting ASI Suredner Kumar, HC Naresh Kumar, HC Sri Bhagwan, Ct. Satish Kumar, Ct. Sohan Tyagi, Ct. Jai Bhagwan, Ct. Kulbhushan and Ct. (DVR) Sushil who were detailed for vehicle checking at Radha Krishan Mandir Shalimar Bagh. During the checking of vehicles, at about 4 PM one TATA-407 bearing No. DL-1L-D-5501 was seen coming from iron bridge side. The Tempo driver was signaled to stop but instead of stopping, driver speed up the tempo towards Azad Pur. On this, staff intercepted the car with the help of barricade and apprehended the tempo driver with said vehicle. On enquiry the name of tempo driver was revealed as Sultan Ali @ Ahmad Ali s/o Late Sh. Manzoor Ali r/o HNo. A/13 Masjid wali Gali, Aman Vihar, Delhi and another person who was sitting beside him identified as Mohd. Aslam s/o Abdul Aziz r/o HNo. H-1/315-316, Sultan Puri, Delhi. On asking the ownership of the tempo Sultan could not produce any documentary proof of the said vehicle. On personal search of Aslam one RC of motor cycle No. DL-8S-AA-2999 was recovered form his pocket. About which he disclosed that they have stolen the same motor cycle from the area of PS Prashant Vihar and presently parked it at residence of accused Sultan in Aman Vihar. On further cross checking the tempo was also found stolen from the area of PS Mangol Puri, Delhi vide FIR No. 370/09 u/s 379 IPC.
  • 19. INTERROGATION :- During sustained interrogation the accused persons disclosed that Aslam was a TSR driver in the night shift and Sultan Ali was working as driver of TATA-407 at cement siding Shakur Basti Railway Station when they met Shahid who was spending money lavishly and was very clever in stealing and sale of commercial vehicles. To earn easy money they joined with Shahid and committed a series of incidents of auto theft and sold the stolen vehicles in nearby area of Bulandshahar, Firozabad and Aligarh in UP. After the arrest of Shahid, Sultan became the leader of his gang. They have dioscled their involvement in the cases of theft of commercial vehicles No. (1) RJ-2G-7359 from Ramgarh service road, PS Jahangir Puri, Delhi, (2) DL-1L-V-3879 from railway colony, Kishan Ganj, PS Sarai Rohilla, Delhi, (3) HR-55-A-9139 from A block Phase-I, Naraina Industrial Area, PS Naraina, Delhi, (4) HR-37-7729 from J.J. Colony Nangloi, PS Nangloi, Delhi, (5) Two oil Tankers and (6) one LP Truck from Transport Nagar, Punjabi Bagh, Delhi and (7) one TATA-407 from Ramgarh service road, PS Jahangir Puri, Delhi. MODUS OPERANDI : The accused persons have disclosed that Shahid, Sultan, Aslam, Babloo, Guddu and Sonu are all relatives and they used to assemble in Aman Vihar in the late night Aslam used to come in TSR which he drive on hire and Sultan and Shahid come with duplicate keys of Tata-407 with them and go for hunt in auto of Aslam. When they found any commercial vehicle parked at lonely place, they try to start the vehicle with the duplicate keys, if it works, two persons of the gang, sit in vehicle and flee away with the stolen vehicle. They park the vehicle in transport area so that nobody could identify the vehicle. After that they used to contact probable buyer at Bulandshahar, Aligarh and Firozabad (UP) to sale out the said vehicle without papers. When the deal is settled they take the vehicle to the destination after changing the number plate given by the buyer with fake papers. Accordingly they all share the booty. ACCUSED ARRESTED :- (1) Sultan Ali @ Ahmad Ali (25 yrs.) s/o Late Sh. Manzoor Ali r/o HNo. A/13 Masjid wali Gali, Aman Vihar, Delhi. He is a native of village Gurugaon, PS Bhogni Pur, District Kanpur (UP) and earlier he was working as Driver at Cement site in Sakur Basti, Delhi when he came into contact with Shahid who was earlier involved in theft of commercial vehicles and started criminal activities with him. Shahid was arrested by Crime Branch in August-2009. After arrest of Shahid, Sultan became the leader of the gang. He is married and was not arrested earlier. (2) Mohd. Aslam (28 yrs.) s/o Abdul Aziz r/o HNo. H-1/315-316, Sultan Puri, Delhi and permanent address Vill.Hari Pur PS Pusha Distt Samasti Pur Bihar. He is auto driver by profession. He used to take auto on hire to drive during the night. He came into contact Shahid about one year ago and started to ferry Shahid, Sultan, Guddu,Bablu and other members of the gang, when they go for hunt in the
  • 20. night at various parts of Delhi. He also get the share of booty. He is married having two children and was not arrested earlier. ACCUSED ARRESTED VIDE :- DD No. 83 B dated 3.11.09 u/s 41.1(D) Cr.P.C. PS Shalimar Bagh, Delhi CASES SOLVED 10 cases of auto-theft of various Police Stations have been solved. RECOVERY :- One TATA-407 One Motor Cycle ( N. S. BUNDELA ) DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE NORTH-WEST DISTT., DELHI PRESS RELEASE NORTH-WEST DISTRICT DELHI POLICE Dated 4.11.2009 FEMALE PICK-POCKETS OPERATING IN MOVING BUS ARRESTED. INTRODUCTION With the arrest of two women namely i) Saraswati, aged 23 years, W/o Prakash r/o vagabond, Ghodewala Park, Raghubir Nagar, Delhi and ii) Aarti, aged 25 years, w/o Karan also vegabound of Ghodewala Park, Raghubir Nagar, Delhi, the North West District Police has busted a gang of women committing pick pocketing in running buses. INCIDENT On 3.11.09, one Amrik Kaur, d/o Ram Swaroop SAini r/o Libas Pur, Delhi reported that while she was returning from PCTI Institute Pitampura, Delhi in bus route No. 883 and the bus was overcrowded, two women were standing both side of the girl. One of them put her dupta over her hand bag and tried to take out Rs. 500 and a gold chain from her bag. When Amrik Kaur realized that her articles are being removed by two lady she raised an alarm and the above two women pick pockets were arrested red handed. On the statement of Amrik Kaur the case was registered and the investigation was taken up in the Police Station Maurya Enclave. INTERROGATION & MOTIVE During the interrogation both the women revealed that they used to commit pick pocketing in running buses from Raja Garden to ISBT. Both the women are real sister and married. ( N. S. BUNDELA ) DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE NORTH-WEST DISTT., DELHI
  • 21. NORTH DISTRICT PRESS RELEASE 4th November, 2009 INTERSTATE GANG OF AUTO LIFTERS BUSTED With the arrest of (1) Moin Khan, aged 25 years, s/o Hissamuddin r/o village Anti, Tehsil & P.S. - Khatauli, District Muzzafar Nagar, UP, and (2) Manoj Kumar @ Sumit, aged 33 years, s/o Om Prakash r/o H.N. 249, Gali No.-22, Gandhi Colony, Muzzafar Nagar, UP, North District police has busted a gang of inter state auto lifters. INCIDENT AND TEAM On the intervening night of 2/3-10-09, HC Sanjay Kumar, Ct. Balbir Raj and Ct. Anuj, while on night patrolling duty in the area of P.S. Subzi Mandi, spotted one young man, namely Moin Khan, using a drill machine to cut the side glass of car no. DL-4C-AJ-3111, make Hundai Verna. On suspicion, when the head constable made enquiries, that person tried to hoodwink the police staff by pretending to be the driver of the said vehicle and told that since the keys of the car were lost, his employer had told him to open the car. The police team was not satisfied so they traced the car owner in the locality and confirmed that the suspect was, in fact, trying to steal the car. In the meantime, his associate, Manoj, who was waiting nearby in a car, ran away from the spot. Subsequently a case vide FIR No. 250/09 u/s 379/511 IPC was registered at Police Station Subzi Mandi and Moin Khan was arrested. A team consisting of Inspector Virender Singh, ATO/Subzi Mandi, SI Ram Phal, HC Sanjay Kumar, HC Udham Singh, Ct. Balbir Raj, Ct. Anuj and Ct. Brijesh under the leadership of Insp. Ram Singh, SHO/Subzi mandi and overall supervision of Sh Sahdev Singh, ACP/Sadar Bazar was formed.
  • 22. INTERROGATION The accused Moin Khan was put under sustained interrogation. His police custody remand was obtained. During interrogation, Moin Khan revealed that he was a trained car mechanic. He was previously involved in 4 criminal cases and while he was lodged in Dasna Jail, Ghaziabad, he became friendly with one Manoj Kumar. After getting out from Jail in the third week of September, he joined hands with Manoj in stealing cars for a share of the booty received from sale of the vehicle. Moin Khan led police team to the hideout of the main accused, Manoj Kumar but he was found absconding. Several raids were conducted at different places in Meerut and Muzzafar Nagar to nab Manoj Kumar. A trap was laid and Manoj was apprehended when he visited his house at Muzzafar Nagar in a stolen Santro Car. He tried to flee away but was overpowered by the determined police team. The police party broke the front wind screen of his car and in the process the accused and one UP police personal sustained minor injuries. On sustained interrogation, the accused, Manoj Kumar, revealed that he was involved in about 40-45 cases of motor vehicle theft and had been arrested in about 10 cases on various occasions. The Santro car he was traveling in was also stolen from Anand Vihar area of Delhi in the early hours of that day. A bag containing a Chinese Drill Machine with spare battery, one battery charger and a number of tools were recovered from his possession. After sustained interrogation he led the police party to various places from where the had stolen vehicles and also to the locations at Khatauli, Muzzafar Nagar, UP where his accomplices used to dismantle and dispose off the stolen vehicles. Two oxygen gas cylinders, one gas cutter, one chain pulley, one Tool box, one hammer and large numbers of spanners and other tools have been recovered. Remnants of a large number of disposed off cars have also been found and the same are being checked by the local police of Khatuli for any identification marks and further investigation. He further revealed that they used to select their target on city roads in the early morning. They used battery operated drill machine to cut the window glass, built-in steering lock and gear lock etc. Then they used to replace the ignition lock of the car. Stolen car was then dismantled and its body cut into pieces at a
  • 23. factory yard in Meerut, U.P. with a gas cutter. Of late accused Manoj was selling stolen cars to two of his accomplices of Meerut who are absconding. He has been changing his associates every time he was arrested in the past. Efforts are afoot to arrest his accomplices and further investigation is in progress. PROFILE OF ACCUSED 1. Moin Khan, aged 25 years, s/o Hissamuddin r/o village Anti, Tehsil & P.S. - Khatauli, District Muzzafar Nagar, UP has studied up to 6th standard and is married. He has basic knowledge of a car mechanic and is an expert and fast driver. He alongwith co-accused Manoj Kumar, used to steal the vehicle and drove it to the destination given by Manoj for a consideration of Rs. 5000/-. He is involved in 4 criminal cases of Arms act, NDPS Act, Robbery and forgery in Delhi and Ghaziabad, U.P. He is involved in following cases:- (i) FIR No. 1814/09 u/s 25 Arms Act, P.S. Sahibabad, UP (ii) FIR No. 1815/09 u/s 21 NDPS Act, P.S. Sahibabad, UP (iii) FIR No. 1816/09 u/s 465/468/471 IPC P.S. Sahibabad, UP (iv) FIR No. 35/04 u/s 392/394 IPC P.S. Farsh Bazar, Delhi 2. Manoj Kumar @ Sumit, aged 33 years, s/o Om Prakash r/o H.N. 249, Gali No.-22, Gandhi Colony, Muzzafar Nagar, U.P. He is B. Sc., B Ed. and is married. He has two children. He is also running a cassettes shop from his residence as a front. He is the mastermind in this gang. In December 1997, while he was studying, he stole a Hero Splender Motor cycle from Delhi University area to impress his classmates and girl friends. He was arrested in that case in the year 1998. While in jail he became friendly with one Sandeep @ Rahul r/o Janakpuri who was a desperate auto lifter. Manoj could not get any regular job even after having two degrees. To earn quick and easy money he joined Sandeep @ Rahul and involved in motor vehicle theft. In the year 2004, he was arrested twice by AATS/ New Delhi District. From thence he graduated as a full time auto lifter and after release from jail, he joined other criminals and continued to steal cars. He was later on arrested by Muzzafar Nagar police in the year 2006, 2007
  • 24. and again in February 2009 and two stolen cars were recovered from him. He came out from jail in August 2009 since then he has stolen 7 cars. He has been previously arrested in 10 criminal cases in Delhi and U.P. He is involved in following cases:- (i) FIR No. 197/97 u/s 379 IPC P.S. Maurice Nagar, Delhi (ii) FIR No. 80/04 u/s 411/468/471 IPC P.S. Tughlak Road, Delhi (iii) FIR No. 187/04 u/s 379 IPC P.S. Defence Colony, Delhi (iv) FIR No. 207/04 u/s 379 IPC P.S. Janak Puri (v) FIR No. 213/07 u/s 186/.353/307/411/34 IPC & 25/27 Arms Act, P.S. Mandir Marg, Delhi (vi) FIR No. 361/04 u/s 379 IPC P.S. Mangol Puri, Delhi (vii) FIR No. 367/06 u/s 25 Arms Act, Mansoor Pur, UP (viii) FIR No. 183/07 u/s 420/467/468/471 IPC P.S. Kandhala, UP (ix) FIR No. 511/08 u/s 379 IPC P.S. Preet Vihar, Delhi (x) Nil/09 u/s 379/411/102 IPC P.S. Nai Mandi, UP (xi) FIR No. 406/09 u/s 420 IPC O.S. Nai Mandi, UP (xii) FIR No. 434/09 u/s 379 IPC P.S. Bhajan Pura, Delhi (xiii) FIR No. 469/09 u/s 379 IPC P.S. Anand Vihar, Delhi (xiv) FIR No. 239/09 u/s 379 IPC P.S. Subzi Mandi, Delhi (xv) FIR No. 250/09 u/s 379/511 IPC P.S. Subzi Mandi, Delhi (xvi) FIR No. 1623/09 u/s 379 IPC P.S. Nai Mandi, UP (xvii) FIR No. 1635/09 u/s 379 IPC P.S. Nai Mandi, UP RECOVERY 1. One Hundai Verna Car 2. One Santro Car 3. Two Chinese make Drill Machines 4. One battery charger 5. One spare battery 6. Two oxygen gas cylinders 7. One gas cutter
  • 25. 8. One chain pulley used to lift engines from the car's body 9. Two Tool boxes 10. One hammer, spanners and other tools 11. Spare ignition lock (Dr SAGAR PREET) IPS Deputy Commissioner of Police North Distt.

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