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NORTH- WEST DISTT. DATED 2nd Nov-2011

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A BLIND BRUTAL MUDER CASE OF A CHILD WORKED OUT

INTRODUCTION

With the arrest of one person namely Md. Tanveer s/o Md. Istar r/o Village Gohi nayatola, PS Barish Nagar, Distt. Samastipur (Bihar) age 19yrs, police team of PS Keshav Puram North West Distt. has worked out the blind murder case of Md. Afridi s/o Md/ Chand r/o H.No. 269 Rumal Wali Gali, Rampura, Delhi, aged about 4yrs whose dead body was found lying in the MCD park Rampura opposite SDM office Rampura Delhi.



INCIDENT On 31.10.11 an information was received, telephonically, by an unknown caller at PS Keshav Puram that a dead body of a child is lying in MCD park Rampura Delhi, opposite SDM office. This information was lodged vide DD NO. 9A dt. 31.10.11 in Keshav Puram Police Station. On inspection of the site a dead body of a four year old child was found in Joormooth trees in the MCD park and blood was found all over his shirt and on the ground. Apparent deep cut marks on the neck & right hand of the child were found and he was found brutally murdered. Sincere efforts were made for identification of the dead body. The deceased was later identified as Md. Afridi s/o Md. Chand r/o H.No.269, Rumal Wali Gali, Rampura, Delhi. A case vide FIR No.335/11 U/S 302-IPC PS Keshav Puram Delhi was registered and investigation was taken up. The spot was minutely inspected by the crime team. The postmortem of the deadbody was got conducted and the dead body was handed over to the parents. Md. Chand, father of the deceased Md. Afridi is a resident of Village Khajuri Post Kisntu, PS Kalyanpur, Distt. Samastipur (Bihar).

POLICE TEAM Keeping in view the blind and brutal murder case of a toddler, three teams were constituted under the supervision of Sh. Rajender Prasad ACP-Ashok Vihar comprising of Inspr. Vijay Kumar, SHO-Keshav Puram, Inspr. Ram Singh,-SHO-Ashok Vihar and Inspr. Ashok Kumar, Investigation-Keshav Puram and all possible angles were examined.

INVESTIGATION AND INTERROGATION During the course of investigation various angles were taken up and several suspects were interrogated and it was revealed that there were some altercation between suspects Md. Tanveer and his associate on 23.10.11 with the father of deceased, Md Chand. Md. Tanveer and his associate also resides in another room on the same floor. Md. Tanveer was picked up and was subjected to sustained interrogation. He confessed about his involvement in the crime. Md. Tanveer disclosed that he and his associate wanted to take revenge from Md. Chand. On 30.10.11 master Md. Afridi was found alone in the house and he was enticed and taken to MCD park Rampura and in the park both the accused killed Afridi and left the dead body there. Md. Tanveer has been arrested on 1.11.2011 and the other accused is absconding.

MOTIVE The motive behind the murder was to take revenge of the past beatings given by the father of the deceased to the accused persons.

ACCUSED ARRESTED 1. Md. Tanveer, (19 yrs.) s/o Md. Istar r/o Village Gohi Nayatola, PS Barish Nagar Distt. Samastipur (Bihar).

PROFILE OF ACCUSED Poor family background, illiterate, labour class working in Chappal Factory, habitual drinker.

PROFILE OF THE VICTIM The boy was a student of MC primary school, Jai Mata Market, Tri Nagar Delhi of KG class. His father is illiterate labour class working in chappal factory in Industrial area, Lawrence Rd., Delhi.

RECOVERY

1. Blood stained clothes of deceased.

2. Blood stained grass from the spot.

3. Hair from the hand of the victim.

4. Blood stained clothes of the accused.





(MEENU CHOUDHARY) IPS

DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF POLICE

NORTH-WEST DISTRICT, DELHI.







PRESS RELEASE

DELHI POLICE






EAST DISTRICT
Dated: 2/11/2011




  • TWO INTER-STATE DESPERATE M.V.ACCESSORY THEIVES ARRESTED.

  • 3 STOLEN ECM, 7 STEREO AND ONE STOLEN CAR RECOVERED.

  • 38 CASES SOLVED.

East District has apprehended two M. V. accessory thieves namely:

S. No.

Name and Parentage

Address

1.

Azam Khan S/o Rais Khan

C-1/106, 1st floor, flat No. F.3 DLF Bhopura, Ghaziabad, UP.

2.

Iqbal S/o Yunus

F-27/1, Gali No. 2, F-Block Shastri Park, Delhi.

Incident.

On 30.10.2011 officers of PS. Jagat Puri intercepted a Santro, which was found to be stolen from the area of PS Rajauri Garden in case FIR No. 198/2010 u/s 379 IPC. During the search of the car, three stolen ECMs and one stolen car stereo was also recovered which had been stolen from various parts of Delhi.



Profile/Interrogation.

During sustained interrogation, the occupants of the car viz- Azam Khan & Iqbal disclosed that they had stolen about 400 ECMs and car stereos from Delhi, NCR, Himachal Pradesh, Bharatpur/Udaipur (Raj) and Ranchi (Jharkhand). They had sold these ECM and stereos to Gayasuddin, Subhan and Yamin in Jama Masjid and Feroz in Okhla, Jamia Nagar, Delhi. They have no previous involvement to their credit.



ODUS OPERANDI:

They used stolen cars in committing the theft. They used to park their car adjacent to the targetted car. One of their associate kept watch and the rest carried out the theft. They used screw driver and scale for opening the window glass. They specially targetted the ECM as these items could easily be disposed off in the market. They sold the ECM for Rs. 2500/- and stereo for Rs. 3,000/-.



RECOVERY:

1 Three ECMs.

2. Seven car stereos.

3. One Santro Car.

4. Two wheels of a Wagon-R car.

CASES SOLVED:

With the arrest of these thieves the following cases have been solved.



S. No.

FIR No.

Section (s)

Police Station.



28/2011

379/411/34 IPC

Jagat Puri



287/2011

379/411/34 IPC

Jagat Puri



231/2011

379/411/34 IPC

Jagat Puri



416/2011

379/411/34 IPC

Jagat Puri



531/2011

379/411/34 IPC

Jagat Puri



313/2011

379 IPC

Jagat Puri



198/2010

379/411 IPC

Rajauri Garden



14/2011

379 IPC

Mandawli



269/2011

379 IPC

Mandawli



200/2011

379 IPC

Mandawli



101/2011

379 IPC

Mandawli



8/2011

379 IPC

Pandav Nagar



13/2011

379 IPC

Pandav Nagar



20/2011

379 IPC

Pandav Nagar



131/2011

379 IPC

Pandav Nagar



205/2011

379 IPC

Pandav Nagar



162/2011

379 IPC

Pandav Nagar



12/2011

379 IPC

Madhu Vihar



122/2011

379 IPC

Madhu Vihar



62/2011

379 IPC

Vivek Vihar



21/2011

379 IPC

Vivek Vihar



118/2011

379 IPC

Gandhi Nagar



153/2011

379 IPC

Gandhi Nagar



250/2011

379 IPC

Gandhi Nagar



236/11

379 IPC

Geeta Colony



246/2011

379 IPC

Geeta Colony

27.

28/2011

379 IPC

Anand Vihar

28.

90/2011

379 IPC

Anand Vihar

29.

148/2011

379 IPC

Anand Vihar

30.

225/2011

379 IPC

Anand Vihar

31.

228/2011

379 IPC

Anand Vihar

32.

122/2011

379 IPC

Farsh Bazar

33.

140/2011

379 IPC

Farsh Bazar

34.

248/2011

379 IPC

Farsh Bazar

35.

310/2011

379 IPC

Farsh Bazar

36.

125/2011

379 IPC

Kalyan Puri

37.

259/2011

379 IPC

Kalyan Puri

38.

303/2011

379 IPC

Kalyan Puri

39

Investigation is on. Raids are being conducted to affect more recoveries.



( PRABHAKAR)

DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE

EAST DISTRICT; DELHI.

Dated : 02.11.11

AN IMPOSTER LADY INVOLVED IN INTERNATIONAL JOB RACKET, ENROLLED AS AN ADVOCATE WITH TAMILNADU BAR COUNCIL ARRESTED ALONG WITH HER ACCOMPLICE FOR DUPING 4 MERCHANT NAVY EMPLOYEES ASPIRING GOOD JOB THROUGH INTERNET

Staff of PS Saket, South District has arrested two accused namely Tanuja G @ Sonia Maan (29 years) d/o T.C. Gnanadurari r/o 329-3, Poonga Appartments, 2nd Avenue, Anna Nagar, West Chennai (presently staying at a rented premises at 98, C-2 Raju Park, Khanpur, Delhi and Vijaypal (30 years) s/o Om Prakash r/o H. No. 8, Devli Village, New Delhi, who are involved in an international job racket, operating through internet and cheating job aspirants of their money, passports and other valuables. With the arrest of the lady who is an advocate by profession and passed 5 years law graduate degree from Chennai, 21 passports, 11 cell phones, 2 laptops and printers, one hard disc, cheque books, forged / fake documents, fake police verification forms, Advocate Identity Cards etc. have so far been recovered.



BRIEF FACTS :

On 01.11.11 around 2 PM, four employees of Merchant Navy namely Yameen Mallick (22 years) r/o New Patliputra Colony, Patna, Bihar, Sagar Sodani (21 years) r/o Ashirwad Medical, Main Road, Ambad, District Jalna, Maharastra, Navin Moily (27 years) r/o 202, Godavari Apartments, Plot No. 67/68, Sector 5, Sanpada, Navi Mumbai and Arun Yadav (22 years) r/o E-336, Murlipura Scheme, Sikar Road, Jaipur, Rajasthan, all presently staying at H. No. 335, 2nd Floor, Sector 22A, Gurgaon picked up a quarrel at PVR Saket in connection with their dispute over passports and money taken by some fraudsters. Immediately, the staff from PS Saket reached at the spot and recorded statements of the officials of Merchant Navy regarding incident of cheating they suffered at the hands of one lady namely Sonia Maan who had fraudulently taken Rs. 10 lacs from them along with their passports for an assurance to provide them job in Canada. One Vijaypal who was dealing with them at PVR Saket was also apprehended by the police and at his instance the mastermind of the racket namely Tanuja G @ Sonia Maan was apprehended from H. No. 98, C-II, Raju Park, Khanpur, New Delhi. All the four passports of the complainants were recovered from her house along with the passports of other victims, laptops, three printers, fake documents etc. The lady known as Sonia Maan to the complainants turned to be Tanuja G r/o Chennai and an Advocate by profession. On the statements of complainant, a case of cheating, impersonation and forgery was registered at PS Saket vide FIR No. 343 dated 01.11.11 u/s 419/420/467/468/471 IPC and further investigation taken up. Accused Tanuja G @ Sonia Maan and her accomplice Vijaypal were arrested at 4 PM dated 01.11.11 by the police team consisting of SIs Arvind, Ombir, Nitu, Rajender, Bharat, HCs Rajender, Kulbir, Const. Bodhpriya, Rajbir, W/Ct. Sharmila and Lalita under the supervision of Inspr. Rajender Singh, SHO/Saket and Sh. Manishi Chandra, ACP/Hauz Khas.



INTERROGATION:

On sustained interrogation, it revealed that the complainant had got an SMS on cell phone for a good a job in Canada through a Canadian Recruitment Service named as ‘Immigration 2 Quebec’. They processed the matter further and their belief in the message was further strengthened when they got a call from a number which later turned to be a number of a High Commission situated in Delhi. They immediately transferred Rs. 20,000/- to Recruitment Services on the belief that the offer is genuine. Later, they came to learn through email communication that their job offer would be processed through Sonia Maan, an enrolled Lawyer on the list of CSIC stationed in Delhi, which was found to be genuine when they checked the list on internet and name of Sonia Maan appeared on the list of approved lawyers. In pursuance, all the four job aspirants paid around Rs. 2.5 lacs in the credit of different bank accounts opened with the fake names of Ajay Saini, Siraj Exim, Ms. Perjina etc, as told by ‘fictitious Sonia Maan’ and rest of the amount in cash. It appeared that the site of Sonia Maan was hacked by accused Tanuja G @ Sonia Maan and communication was done with various job seekers in India and abroad. When Sonia Maan was contacted by the complainants, she also complained about such cheating and told that she had already made complaint in this regard. Fraudster lady also got flights tickets booked in their name but these could not be realized due to requirement of credit card. They booked ticket just in order to give impression of genuine dealing and succeeded in getting money deposited on the pretext of various procedural expenses such as CAQ, TWP, LMO, and Immigration clearance. Cash around Rs. 10 lacs was taken in total from these four persons for job and the said amount was taken in installments at different locations viz. five star hotels, famous food joints etc. in Saket. The master mind imposter lady had earlier been putting up in Tilak Nagar area but when she was arrested last year in Chankiya Puri in a cheating case, she shifted her accommodation to Raju Park, Khanpur. At the present accommodation, she was staying along with one Nigerian national and two puppies.



MODUS OPERANDI:

The arrested lady has been associating with Nigerian nationals and taking their help in creating fake email IDs, hacking important mails, maintaining access in the High Commission and Embassy. Initially, they used to surf internet and select CV of victim and approach them through SMS with an offer of job. They would ask the victim to make further communication on e-mail accounts provided by them, the alphabet resembles with the genuine mail ID. Later, they would ask for the money from the victim to meet expenses of various procedural requirements. International terminology is used for asking money to give genuine impression to the deal. They would provide lucrative job offers with handsome perquisites to the victim to entrap them. The gang creates imaginary characters on internet with a website so that victim may deal with them but in fact the lady runs the whole affairs by just sitting at her home and deals in the garb of these International imaginary characters. One Siraj, a Nigerian national is her known associate who is presently absconding. 21 passports which have been recovered from the lady accused have been taken from various victims for assurance of job in South Eastern countries, Gulf, Canada, etc. She has also provided a police verification certificate allegedly issued from the office of Commissioner of Police, Delhi which is fake one. Efforts are being done to arrest the co accused of the lady and to recover the cheated amount.



PROFILE OF ACCUSED PERSONS:

Accused Tanuja G @ Sonia Maan is Law Graduate from a prestigious Law College in Chennai. She registered her name in the Bar Council Tamilnadu in the year 2004. She practiced for 4 years as lawyer in various courts. Her father is a retired Railway Officer. She was earlier arrested in a cheating case registered at PS Chanikiya Puri vide FIR No. 84 dated 18.5.2010 u/s 420/468/471/120 B IPC.

Accused Vijaypal, a resident of Devli associated the mastermind lady in delivery / collection of passports and various documents. He used to transport her in his vehicle Maruti car and used to work on her behalf. He is basically a driver by profession.

RECOVERY:

21 passports of various victims;

2 laptops;

Fake visiting cards of Canadian High Commissioner and Nigerian High Commission;

Fake Police verification certificates and other documents;

Fake stamps;

12 Cell phones;

Hard disc;

One Ecco Maruti car.

Fake I.D cards of Nigerian High Commission and Canada High Commission.

(CHHAYA SHARMA)

DCP/SOUTH DISTRICT




Dt.: 02/11/2011


  • TWO PERSONS INVOLVED IN TRAFFICKING OF DRUGS ARRESTED.

  • ONE DRUG TRAFFICKER IS BC OF BUNDLE ‘A’ OF PS MODEL TOWN AND EARLIER ARRESTED IN MURDER CASE OF PS JAHANGIR PURI AND FOUR CASES OF BOOT-LEGGING OF PS MODEL TOWN.

  • 300 Gms OF FINE QUALITY HEROINE SEIZED.

  • PRICE OF HEROIN IN INTERNATIONAL MARKET IS APPROXIMATELY Rs. 30 LACS.

  • 15 Gms OF FINE QUALITY COCAINE SEIZED.

  • PRICE OF COCAINE IN INTERNATIONAL MARKET IS APPROXIMATELY Rs. 10 LACS.

A team of officers of the Crime Branch led by Insp. Kuldeep Singh and consisting of ASI Mahinder Singh, HC Rajesh Kumar, HC Parvinder Kumar, Const. Sandeep and Const. Jai Parkash under the supervision of ACP Bir Singh and overall supervision of Addl. DCP/Crime Sanjay Bhatia have apprehended one person involved in trafficking of drugs and have recovered 300 Gms of fine quality Heroin. The recovered Heroin is worth Rs. 30 Lacs in the International Market.


Information was received on 01/11/2011 by ASI Mahender Singh that a person is involved in trafficking of drugs from his house in Pipal wali Gali, Motia Khan. On specific information a raid was conducted at his house at Motia Khan and one person was apprehended. He was identified as Jai Kumar @ Bichha (aged 50 years) s/o Badri Prasad r/o Sangam Park, Rana Pratap Bagh, Model Town, Delhi. He was presently residing at Motia Khan, Delhi. 300 Gms Heroin was recovered from his possession. A case under the appropriate sections of the law was registered.
Jai Ram @ Bichha was subjected to intensive interrogation. It was revealed that he is illiterate. He came to Delhi in 1990 from Sonepat, Haryana and started began boot legging in various hotels. In 1990 he killed two persons in Jahangir Puri to take revenge for the murder of his two relatives. He is also Bad Character of PS Model Town. He shifted to Motia Khan five months back and to earn quick money he started peddling in Heroin.
Further investigation is in progress.
*************

A team of officers of the Crime Branch led by Insp. Vivek Pathak and consisting of SI Satyawan, HC Abdul Hakim, HC Ramesh Chand, Const. Sohanpal and Const. Satish under the supervision of ACP Bir Singh and overall supervision of Addl. DCP/Crime Sanjay Bhatia have apprehended one person involved in trafficking of drugs and have recovered 15 Gms of Cocaine. The Cocaine recovered is worth Rs. 10 Lacs in the International Market.


Information was received on 01/11/2011 by SI Satyawan Singh that a person involved in trafficking of drugs would come near Hyyat Regency Hotel, Ring Road, New Delhi to deliver the drugs to a contact. On specific information a trap was laid and one person was apprehended. He was identified as Stanley Chigozie (aged 26 years) s/o Markson r/o Village Ozugbuoru, Ongwa, Abia State Nigeria, Africa. 15 Gms of fine quality Cocaine was recovered from his possession. A case under the appropriate sections of the NDPS Act was registered.
Stanley Chigozie was subjected to intensive interrogation. It was revealed that he came to Delhi in the month of August ’2011 for doing the business of exporting Mobile Phone and its accessories from India to Nigeria. His brother Temple during his stay in India at Uttam Nagar, Delhi supplied Cocaine. Temple left India for his native place and Stanley Chigozie took a house in Uttam Nagar and started peddling Cocaine to earn easy money. He peddled Cocaine to his clients in the area of South Delhi.


(ASHOK CHAND)

DY. COMISSIONER OF POLICE,

CRIME & RAILWAYS: DELHI.
O R D E R

Whereas, a large number of private courier services operate in and around the capital to facilitate sending of goods through courier across the country.




  1. And whereas, it has been noticed that the private courier services generally book goods or items to be transferred on the face value of the courier sender without bothering to verify his or her address thereby paving the way for unscrupulous persons using the courier services for illegal activities.

  2. And whereas, instances have come to notice where criminals have used courier services to send incriminatory items, contraband and even dead bodies in the guise of courier.

  3. And whereas, it has also been observed that the record of courier senders are not kept by the courier services or agents engaged in the business of facilitating courier of goods making it difficult for the investigation agencies to identify the culprits behind such crimes.

  4. And whereas, it is thus rendered imperative to put regulatory check on the private courier services who deal in booking and sending goods from one place to another so that the anti social elements may not be able to use them to send incriminatory things through them and it is felt that immediate action is necessary in this regard.

  5. Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred upon me by virtue of section 144 Cr.PC, 1973 (No. of 1974) read with Govt. of Idnia, Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi’s is Notification No. U-11036/(I) UTL, dt. 09.09.2010, I, Mehar Singh, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Sub-Division Defence Colony, South Distt., New Delhi do hereby make this written order that all such private courier services or agents who deal in booking and sending goods in the jurisdiction of Sub-Division, Defence Colony, New Delhi shall:-




    1. Maintain a register of courier senders and detail of goods to be sent through courier.

    2. Keep copies of identification documents like election card, ration card, PAN card, Driving Licence etc. of the courier sender for access by the police as and when required.

    3. Cross-check from the concerned company or office if its representative or employee approaches for getting the goods booked for courier in case sender is acting on behalf of a company or office or organization.

    4. Generally satisfy one about the goods before accepting the packet/parcel booked for courier.

    5. Install CCTV with sufficient number of cameras and recording system with play back facility, to cover booking office and the area where goods are to be kept. The CCTV should monitor anyone coming for booking a courier.

    6. The recording system shall preserve a digital record of CCTV coverage for not less than 30 days.

    7. The private courier service or agent shall cause to copy the CCTV coverage on a CD and hand over to the police whenever demanded.

    8. Inform the nearby police station if the courier sender of the goods is found suspicious.

These orders shall come into force with effect from 29.10.11 and shall remain in force for a period of 60 days up to 27.12.11 (both days inclusive) unless withdrawn earlier.


Any person dealing in business of courier services or agent who contravenes this order shall be liable to be punished in accordance with the provisions of Section 188 of the IPC.
As the notice cannot be served individually on all concerned, the order is hereby passed ex-parte. It shall be published for the information of the public through the press and by affixing copies on the notice board of the offices of all DCsP, Addl. DCsP, ACsP, Tehsil Officer, all police stations concerned and the offices of NDMC and MCD.

(MEHAR SINGH)

ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER OF POLICE:

SUB-DIVISION: DEFENCE COLONY,

NEW DELHI.

27.10.11No. 4214-4313/R-ACP/Defence Colony dated New Delhi, the 27.10.11
2nd November, 2011

PRESS RELEASE CENTRAL DISTRICT

ALERTNESS OF POLICE STAFF LEAD TO THE ARREST OF DESPERATE ROBBERS COMMITTING ROBBERIES ON BIKE : ONE KNIFE, ROBBED MOTORCYCLE AND ARTICLES RECOVERED

With the arrest of three persons namely (1) Rajan @ Manmeet @ Sachin aged 20 years s/o Joginder Singh r/o Moti Nagar, Delhi; (2) Deepak Negi aged 33 years s/o Raghubir Negi r/o Sector-18, Rohini, Delhi and (3) Saurabh Bakshi aged 22 years s/o Kewal Bakshi r/o Sudarshan Park, Moti Nagar, Delhi, the staff of Police Station Prasad Nagar, Central District has solved a robbery case. One knife, robbed motorcycle and articles have been recovered from their possession.



INCIDENT AND TEAM:

On 31.10.11 in the night, one Sachin came to PS Prasad Nagar and informed that he was riding on his motorcycle and three persons riding on a motorcycle had tried to stop him near Shadipur Flyover and again near Sidhartha Hotel but he somehow managed to escape. On this information, a police team consisting of Inspr. Harish Kumar, ATO/Prasad Nagar, SI Daud Bhengra, ASI Tarsem Kumar, Ct. Prem, Ct. Ghanshyam and Ct. Maharaj was immediately constituted under the supervision of Inspr. Narender Tyagi, SHO/Prasad Nagar. The police team along with Harish went near Siddhartha Hotel and noticed that the same persons were trying to flee on a motorcycle after robbing a person. The police team managed to overpower all the persons. The robbed person Shri Eshant Kumar Rajput r/o Nambardar Colony, Shakti Vihar, Badarpur, Delhi reported that he was going to his house on his motorcycle TVS Apache. On the way near Pillar No. 158, Pusa Road, Near Siddhartha Hotel, these three persons intercepted him and robbed of his motorcycle and purse containing cash and some documents at the point of a knife. When he objected, they also beat him. The identity of the assailants was revealed as Rajan @ Manmeet @ Sachin r/o Moti Nagar, Delhi; Deepak Negi r/o Sector-18, Rohini, Delhi and Saurabh Bakshi r/o Moti Nagar, Delhi. The robbed motorcycle and purse were recovered from their possession. On their search, one knife was also recovered from their possession. Subsequently, on the basis of statement of Eshant Kumar Rajput, a case of robbery vide FIR No. 187/2011 was registered at PS Prasad Nagar and investigation was taken up.



INTERROGATION:

All the assailants were subjected to sustained interrogation in which they disclosed that they belong to lower middle class family. They are in the habit of taking liquor and to fulfill their requirements, they started committing road robberies on motorcycle. They also used to carry a knife to thwart any resistance. In the present incident, they had robbed the complainant of his belongings but due to alertness of police team, they were apprehended.



RECOVERY:

                  1. One knife

                  2. One TVS Apache Motorcycle

                  3. Cash Rs. 370/-, driving license and other documents of the complainant

PROFILE:

  1. Rajan @ Manmeet @ Sachin aged 20 years s/o Joginder Singh r/o Moti Nagar, Delhi has studied upto 10th standard. He belongs to a poor family. He is doing private work at his house. He is previously involved in case FIR No. 46/2010 u/s 419/420 IPC PS Amar Colony, Delhi.

  2. Deepak Negi aged 33 years s/o Raghubir Negi r/o Sector-18, Rohini, Delhi has studied upto 10th standard. He is doing AC repairing work.

  3. Saurabh Bakshi aged 22 years s/o Kewal Bakshi r/o Sudarshan Park, Moti Nagar, Delhi has studied upto 12th standard. He is doing AC repairing work at his residence.

(VIVEK KISHORE)

DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE,

CENTRAL DISTRICT, DELHI.

02.11.2011

TANTRIK -THE ACCUSED OF RAPE/CHEATING ARRESTED

The staff of PS Khyala, West District has arrested one person namely Md. Sanaullah (Tantrik) who used to blackmail the ladies for making sexual relationship and compel them to deliver their properties and worked out a rape/cheating case.

PROFILE OF ACCUSED

Md. Sanaullah S/o Late Sheikh Isrial R/o G-1/341 Dalmil Road, Uttam Nagar, Delhi aged 33 years, a married person posing as Tantrik.



INCIDENT

On 31/10/11 a complaint was received from a lady who is residing in Sant Nagar Extension stating therein that she is being continuously raped by one Tantrik, Md. Sanaullah who also got registered her property in his wife’s name by deceiving her. The enquiry was entrusted to SI Bimla for necessary action. Keeping in view of the seriousness of the allegation, a case u/s 328/376/384/506/420 IPC was registered at PS Khyala.



INCIDENT AND INVESTIGATION

During investigation, it was revealed that the complainant’s husband is running a transport business for the last few years and the business has not been yielding profit. Someone advised the complainant to approach a priest/tantrik for solving her health and business problems. Complainant accordingly approached Md. Sanaullah R/o C-199 Khyala. He heard the problem after taking Rs. 5000/-and asked the complainant to visit alone on the next day i.e. 24 March 2011. She went at the place told by the tantrik. Tantrik offered her some drinks and after consuming the same she fell unconscious and when she regained her consciousness she found herself naked and raped. When she inquired about the incident the tantrik threatened for dire consequences if the matter was disclosed to anybody as he has captured her nude photographs through mobile phone. Thereafter the tantrik started blackmailing her, in this process he compelled her to get her property i.e. G-1/341 Dal Mil Road Uttam Nagar transferred in his wife’s (Sharmila Khatoon) name. The victim did not tell anybody but when the tantrik started making new demands, the complainant left no option than to narrate the incident to her brother. He advised her to approach police.



ARREST MADE

On 01/11/11 at around 11.00 PM, the staff of PS Khyala alongwith complainant reached H. No. G-1/341 Dalmil Road, Uttam Nagar, Delhi. One person was found their who was identified by the complainant as Mohd. Sanaullah and he was arrested accordingly.



INTERROGATION

During sustained interrogation the accused person broke down and confessed his crime. Md. Sanaullah S/o Sheikh Israil revealed that complainant came to him about eight months back and told him that her health and the business of her husband was not running well. He advised her to come alone on next day. On next day, the complainant reached alone to his place where tantrik finding an opportunity, offered drug in cold drink. The complainant after drinking it fell unconscious. After that tantrik made her naked and raped her and took her nude photographs from his mobile phone with an intention to utilize these photographs for blackmailing her. When the complainant regained her consciousness, tantrik showed her photographs and threatened her not to disclose the incident to anybody. After passing of Few months, the tantrik compelled her to get her property i.e. G-1/341 Dal Mil Road Uttam Nagar transferred in his wife’s (Sharmila Khatoon) name. Likewise the accused person (Tantrik) wanted to enjoy continuously by blackmailing the woman but all in vain and ultimately could not escape from the clutches of law. Investigation of the case is in progress.

Staff involved in good work is being rewarded suitably.

(V. RENGANATHAN) IPS

ADDL. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE



WEST DISTRICT, NEW DELHI

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