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Sunday, 10 January 2021

Five ‘wanted’ inter-state criminals held in Gurugram

Our Correspondent

Gurugram, January 9

The Gurugram police have nabbed five wanted inter-state criminals here.

The police said the nabbed culprits were involved in various cases, including attempt to murder, kidnapping and snatching. A bounty of Rs 25,000 had been fixed on one of the accused while that of Rs 5,000 each on other three criminals.

A revolver, eight cartridges and a Scorpio car has been recovered from their possession.

The accused were identified as Ankit, Amarjeet of Jind, Ajit of Hisar, Mohit of Sonepat and Monu of Rewari district. They have been involved in an alleged shooting incident during a clash in Bamdoli village in November last year.

On November 15, two groups clashed in Bamdoli village that lead to firing. Three men, including a former sarpanch, were critically injured and dozen others were hurt.

"The arrested accused are involved in a dozen crime incidents in Gurugram, Ambala, Jind and Delhi. We are questioning them and hope many more cases will be solved," said Preet Pal Singh Sangwan, ACP, crime.

from The Tribune

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