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DAILY BULLETIN 13-8-2009

DAILY BULLETIN 13-8-2009

Public help sought:-

Old Delhi Railway Police have sought public help in identifying the

    following bodies:-

1. A male age around 59 years, height 5’6”, shallow complexion, round

    face, stout built, wearing green shirt, white brown pant, found on 9-8-2007.

    2 A female age around 50 years, height 5’2”, shallow complexion, round face, thin built wearing blue blouse and green peticot, found on 11-8-

    2008

    3. A male age around 25/30 years, height 5’6”, wheatish complexion, round face, medium built, wearing white black checkdar shirt, black lower

    and blue underwear, found on 9-8-2009.

    4. A male age around 20/25 years, shallow complexion, round face,

    normal built, wearing white vest and grey pant found on 8-8-2009.

    5 A female age around 30 years, height 5’1”, fair complexion, oval face, wearing cream colour shirt, blue colour salwar and red/white dupatta, found

    on 7-8-2009.

    6. A male age around 60/65 years, height 5’5”, shallow complexion,

    long face, normal built, wearing white T.shirt cream colour pant, found on 9-

    8-2009.

    7. A male age around 40/45 years, height 5’6”, wheatish complexion, crushed face, medium built, wearing mehandi colour T. Shirt, Black pant,

    found on 1-8-2009.

    Dated 13.8.2009

    ? Fake Currency racket busted.

    ? Cyber cafe owner and his associate arrested with fake currency to the tune

    of Rs 7 Lacs in denominations of Rs 1000/-, 500/- and 100/-.

    ? Computer, printer and scanner and other material used in the preparation

    of fake currency recovered.

     The Special Operation Squad of Crime Branch, Delhi has busted a fake

    currency racket and arrested two persons in this connection. Fake Indian

    Currency to the tune of Rs. 7 lacs has been recovered from them. The computer,

    printer, scanner and other material used in preparing fake currency have also

    been recovered from the possession of the arrested persons.

    Operation

     On 12/08/09 specific information was received by Ct.Devender Kumar No. 732/SD that two persons will come to the parking area of NAFED Building

    near Ashram Chowk and they would bring fake Indian currency for delivery to

    prospective buyers. On this information, a raiding team led by Inspector K. P.

    Singh and consisting of SIs P. C. Yadav, Rajinder Singh, ASI Ravinder, HCs

    Ragender Singh, Rajiv Mohan, Kuldeep Singh, Narendra Godara, Cts Vikal

    Singh, Devender Singh and Ashok under the overall supervision of Sh. Udai Vir

    Singh Rathi ACP/SOS, Crime Branch was constituted. A trap was laid by the

    team near NAFED Building, Ashram Chowk. At about 2 PM, two persons came

    to the parking area of NAFED Building. One decoy was sent to take the delivery

    of fake Indian currency notes. The decoy customer fixed a deal with the accused

    persons wherein fake currency notes of Rs.3000/- were delivered for Rs.1000/-

    of genuine Indian currency notes. As soon as fake currency notes were

    delivered, the police team moved in and overpowered the accused persons.

Profile

1. Deepak Sharma s/o Kamal Kant Sharma r/o H. No. 564, Sunlight Colony

    IInd, Hari Nagar, Ashram New Delhi is running a CD/DVD shop in Subji

    Mandi Hari Nagar Ashram, Delhi. He was arrested in the year 2003 for

    selling pirated CDs by the local police. He had suffered losses in the

    business and was finding it difficult to repay his loans. Having read

    about recent instances of fake currency rackets, he decided to repay his

    loans by printing fake currency. He roped in his friend Jitender Gupta,

    who runs a cyber café in the same locality and has done a diploma in

    computer programming. The accused persons took a flat on rent in

    Jasola Vihar Area. Using the expertise of Jitender, they had printed fake Indian Currency to the tune of Rs. 7 lacs.

    2. Jitender Gupta s/o Late Satish Chand Gupta r/o 158 A, DDA Flat, Hari

    Nagar Ashram, Sunlight Colony II, Delhi aged 25 yrs, runs a cyber cafe

    in the area of Hari Nagar Ashram, Delhi. He has done a diploma in

    computer programming. He was fond of leading a lavish lifestyle and he

    soon came under heavy debts. Without enough income to repay his

    debts, he agreed to the plan hatched by his friend Deepak Sharma to

    make easy money by printing fake currency notes. Jitender used his

    skills in computers to print fake currency notes using computer, printer

    and scanner.

    The accused persons were involved in this racket for the last one month. Initially, they printed fake currency notes in small quantities and circulated

    the same in the local market to test the quality of the notes. The accused persons

    fixed a couple of deals in Jitender‟s cyber cafe. Gaining confidence from their

    initial success, they decided to start printing fake notes on a large scale. They

    rented accommodation at B-509, DDA Janta Flat, Jasola Vihar, Delhi with the

    sole motive of using the flat for printing fake currency. The rented

accommodation at Jasola Vihar was also searched and fake currency notes to

    the tune of Rs 7 lacs, in the denominations of Rs. 1000/-, 500/- and 100/- have

    been recovered. One computer, one printer and one scanner, some used colour

    cartridges, and some unfinished sheets of fake Indian currency notes have also

    been recovered.

     The accused persons have been arrested vide case FIR No.134/09 u/s 489A/489B/489C/489D/34 IPC PS Crime Branch, Delhi. Further investigation is in progress.

     DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE,

    CRIME & RAILWAYS, DELHI.

     PRESS RELEASE Dated : 13.8.09

AUTO-LIFTER ARRESTED AND FOUR STOLEN MOTORCYCLES RECOVERED.

    With the arrest of one Autolifter namely Hanif S/o Abdul Zalil the staff of PS Nand Nagri

    have worked out three cases of M.V. Thefts and recovered four motorcycles stolen from PSs Bhajan Pura,

    Anand Vihar and Shakarpur.

BRIEF FACTS

    For last some days incidents of Motor vehicle thefts were increasing in the area of PS

    Nand Nagri and its surrounding. To prevent such types of incidents and to apprehend such criminals a

    team consisting Inspr. Sanjay Nagpal, SI Vijay Kumar, ASI Rampal, HC Anil, HC Rishi, Ct. Amit and Ct.

    Sonu was constituted under the supervision of Shri A.K. Lall, ACP Seema Puri and Shri Satish Sharma

    SHO Nand Nagri. On 11.8.09 HC Anil Kumar has received secret information about roaming of Autolifter

    on a stolen motorcycle in the area of Nand Nagri. On this tip off, the members of the team were conducting

    vehicle checking near SDM Chemry. At about 2.10 p.m., one person appeared on a motorcycle bearing

    Regn. No. DL 7S AG 6800, riding without helmet. The rider was intercepted by the team. His name

    revealed to be Hanif S/o Abdul Zalil. On enquiry he could not produce the documents of the motorcycle. On further verification the motorcycle ‘TVS Apache’ was found stolen vide FIR no. 308/09 u/s 379 IPC,

    PS Bhajanpura, Delhi. On this the said motorcycle was taken into police possession and the accused Hanif

    was arrested u/s 41.1 CrPC. and further investigation was taken up by ASI Rampal.

    On sustained interrogation, he disclosed that he had committed three other incidents of

    theft of motorcycles in the area of PSs Shakarpur, Anand Vihar etc., Delhi. On the disclosure and the

    instance of accused person, three more motorcycles bearing regn. No. DL 6S AD 2951 Black Pulsor (bearing fake no. as DL 5SU 2688), DL 7SAS 4863 Red Pulsor and DL 3S F 9304 Yamaha stolen from the

    area of PSs Anand Vihar, Shakarpur and Shahdara respectively, were also recovered on 12.8.09.

PERSON ARRESTED

     1. Hanif S/o Abdul Zalil R/o H. No. 340, Gali no. 3, Tirpal Factory, Old Mustafabad, Delhi.

    Aged 19 years. He is an illiterate person. He has earlier been involved in three cases of M.V.

    Thefts of PSs Gokul Puri, Lodhi Colony and Karawal Nagar.

    CASES WORKED OUT

    1. FIR no. 308/09 u/s 379 IPC PS Bhajanpura, Delhi.

    2. FIR no. 317/09 u/s 379 IPC PS Anand Vihar, Delhi.

    3. FIR no. 365/09 u/s 379 IPC PS Shakarpur, Delhi.

    RECOVERIES MADE

    1. Four Stolen Motorcycles bearing their Regn. nos. DL 7S AG 6800 (TVS Apache), DL 6S AD

    2951 (Black Pulsor) DL 7SAS 4863 (Red Pulsor) and DL 3S F 9304 (Yamaha).

    2. Fake number plate DL 5SU 2688.

    Deputy Commissioner of Police

    North-East District, Delhi.

    PRESS RELEASE

    NORTH WEST DISTRICT

    DELHI POLICE

    Dated: 13.08.2009.

    BLIND MURDER CASE SOLVED WITH THE HELP OF ZIP NET

     FIR No. 152/09 dated 6.7.09 U/S 302 IPC P. S. Swaroop Nagar

     With the arrest of the following two accused persons, the Police Station

    Swaroop Nagar has solved a blind murder case with the help of ZIP Net, in which a

    dead body of a boy aged 18 years was found lying near Gurudawara, Bhalswa Dairy,

    Delhi on 6/7/09 at about 6;10 A.M. vide DD. No. 7 A . The deceased had a head injury

    and blood was oozing out . The above case was got registered and the investigation was

    taken up by Insp. Ranbir Singh , SHO Swaroop Nagar, Delhi.

    1. Hasib s/o Mohd. Aarif r/o Vill. Dighiyar Distt. Darbhanga, Bihar at present

    S.P. Mukharjee Market, Karol Bagh, Delhi Age-22 yrs. Un-educated, Un-

    married, worked as labour of PVC table cushion manufacturing factory .

    2. Md. Gulrej Hussain @ Raju S/o Abdul Gaffur r/o Vill. Dighiyar Distt.

    Darbhanga, Bihar at present Bajrangi Chowk , Swaroop Nagar Delhi. Aged

    23 years. Un-educated, Un-married, carpentry work labour.

INVESTIGATION

     As it was an unidentified dead body, efforts were made to trace the

    identity of the deceased. Crime team inspected the spot, photographs of the dead body

    were taken and a wide publicity in the area about the dead body was made. Hue & Cry

notices were issued in all the police stations of Delhi. W.T. Message flashed all over

    India and big poster of the dead body announcing handsome reward was also pasted in

    the area but no clue. The finger prints were also sent FPB but no match ascertain. The

    dead was identified as a Muslim and criminated after one week through Waqaf Board.

    The photographs of the dead body were sent on ZIP Net as a result of which it was

    identified as Basir-ul-Haq @ Ladoo, s/o Mohd. Sahid-ul-Haq r/o A-62, SP Mukharji

    Market, New Rohtak road Delhi. whose missing report was lodged at police station

    D.B.G. Road vide DD No. 21-A dated 9.7.09 in which the deceased was reported missing

    since 5/7/09. With the help of ZIP Net the photograph of the deceased , Age, Sex, and other particulars were matched on the basis of which the dead body was

    identified as above.

     During the course of investigation Sh. Wahid-ul-Haq uncle of the

    deceased told that the deceased was last seen with one Mohd. Hasib on 5/7/09. Mohd.

    Hasib was also working in the same market and in the same trade. The call details of the

    Mobile of the deceased were taken out and examined It was revealed that the deceased

    was present in the area of Jahangir Puri, Bhalswa Dairy along with accused Haseeb.

    On 12.8.09 Haseeb was arrested from the factory of Basir Azad on the instance of

    Wahid-ul-Haq, uncle of the deceased. On sustained interrogation accused Hasib disclosed

    that deceased Basir-ul-Haq had two independent table cushion manufacturing machines

    at A-62, SP Mukherji Market, Delhi . The decesased as well as the two accused person

    belong to the same district (Darbhanga , Bihar) and also dealing in the same business,

    therefore they were known to each other. Accused Haseeb wanted to grab the business

    of the deceased therefore he with the help of his friend Md Gulrej @ Raju planned

    to kill the deceased . As per plan , he brought him in the area of Jahangir puri took

    beers , then took him to Bhalaswa Lake where accused Raju met them they again took

    beer and ultimately killed the deceased by crushing his head with the help of big stones.

    The accused persons removed Rs. 1500 cash and mobile phone from the body of the

    deceased.

     After killing the deceased accused Md. Haseeb came to his place of

    working and used the phone of the deceased a long talk of about one hour to his fiancée named as Chandni at his native place Dharbhanga Bihar. On the disclosure

    and pointing out accused Haseeb accused Md. Gulrej @ Raju has also been arrested and

    the case is worked out.

TEAM Under the supervision of ACP/Shalimar Bagh, Sh. Hari Darshan the

    following team of officers constituted who worked hard and solved the above mentioned

    blind murder case.

    1. Sh. Ranbir Singh, SHO/P.S. Swroop Nagar.

    2. Inspr. Jawahar Singh, D-2547, P.S. Swroop Nagar.

3. SI Rajender Singh No. D3721.

    4. HC Ashok Kumar, No. 1600/NW.

    5. Const. Manoj No. 471/NW.

    RECOVERY:

1. TWO mobile phones used in the incident.

    2. Stone used for incident.

    (N.S. BUNDELA) DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE: NORTH-WEST DISTT. DELHI.

    PRESS RELEASE

    NORTH WEST DISTRICT

    DELHI POLICE

    Dated: 13.08.2009

    BLIND MURDER SOLVED

CASE FIR NO. 39/09 DT. 18/02/09 U/S 302/201/120B IPC PS SWROOP NAGAR

    With the arrest of following accused persons the staff of Police Station

    Swroop Nagar North-West Distt., solved a blind murder case in which dead body of an

    unknown person aged about 18 years was found thrown in the area of police station

    Swroop Nagar.

1 Muzibur Rehman s/o Abdul Hamid r/o Mohalla Gher, Town Richha Distt.

     Bareilly (UP), aged 27 years.

2 Mohasin Khan @ Rehan @ Babloo s/o Firoj Khan @ Nawab Khan r/o Mohalla

     Shahgarh, P.S. Bahedi, Distt. Bareilly (UP). Aged 22 years.

Brief facts:

     On 18.02.09, a PCR call was received in the P.S Swaroop Nagar that a

    dead body of a male person is lying on the road towards Bhalswa Lake. . Efforts were

    made to identify the male dead body. A case vide FIR No. 39/09 dt. 18/02/09 U/S

    302/201/120B IPC PS Swaroop Nagar was registered in this regard and the investigation

    was taken up.

     A team under the supervision of ACP/ Shalimar Bagh consisting of Insp.

    Rakesh Chand, ATO/ Swaroop Nagar, Insp. Jawahar Singh, Insp.(Investigation)/S. Nagar,

    SI Rajinder Singh, ASI Rajeshwar, Ct. Lokender Kumar and Ct. Samarvir Singh was

    constituted to solve this case. During investigation of this case the finger prints of

    deceased were taken and sent to the FPB, Malviya Nagar which matched with one

    Rakesh s/o Prem Singh r/o T-3/2 Railway quarter Nangloi, Delhi as he was previously

    arrested in a chain snatching case. A number of BCs and ruffians were thoroughly

    interrogated. Further clue indicated that two persons namely Muzibur Rehman and Sadiq

    who were living as a tenant in H.No. C-799 Jahangir Puri was suspected to be involved in

    the said incident. They were originally resident of Town Richha, Distt. Bareilly, (UP). It was also revealed that both of them were seen with deceased Rakesh on the date of

    incident, i.e 17/02/09.

     Raids were conducted at the houses of both the suspects but they were not found present at their houses. Raids were also conducted at many other places of

    possible hide outs of both the suspects. Many other persons with whom, the suspects

    often used to talk were also interrogated. On 18.7.09 the team succeeds to trace accused

    Muzibur Rehman. He was interrogated and arrested. Later on accused Mohasin Khan @

    Bablu was also arrested on dt. 02-08-09. During sustained interrogation both accused

    persons confessed that on 17.2.09 they along with Sadiq strangulated Rakesh and thrown

    his body near Bhalswa lake, on the issue that deceased Rakesh has sold 10 tones of iron

    wire (Saria) which they had stolen from the area of P.S. Masoori (UP) and

    misappropriated the entire illegal sale proceeds of stolen iron. Further investigation is in progress. Efforts are being made to nab another accused Sadiq.

PROFILE OF ACCUSED

    1 Muzibur Rehman s/o Abdul Hamid r/o Mohalla Gher, Town Richha Distt. Bareilly

    (UP), aged 27 years, Ht. 6’ 3”, Edu.- B.A., He was earlier involved in case FIR No.

    613/06 u/s 147/148/149/323/307/395/336 IPC P.S. Dev Rania, Distt. Bareilly (UP).

    2 Mohasin Khan @ Rehan @ Babloo s/o Firoj Khan @ Nawab Khan r/o Mohalla

    Shahgarh, P.S. Bahedi, Distt. Bareilly (UP). Aged 22 years.

     (N.S. BUNDELA)

     DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE,

     NORTH WEST DISTRICT, DELHI.

    O R D E R

     Kite flying has been a passionate sport in Delhi. For Kites flying,

    mainly two types of threads, known as “manjha” in common parlance, are used

    i.e. ordinary “manjha” and special “manjha”. Earlier, the special “manjha” was

    made of threads coated with local adhesive and fine dust of glass which act like a

    razor to cut the “manjha” of other competitors.

2. Whereas, of late, a new type of “manjha” with metallic powder

    coating is available in the market. This type of “manjha” is not only very strong

    but also a good conductor of electricity. Due to a fine metal coating, whenever

    such “manjha” entangles/comes in contact with overhead electricity supply

    cables including high voltage lines, electric current runs through the manjha

    thread, resulting in danger of electrocution of the kite flyer or unsuspected

    passer-by and also cauting disruption of the power supply system.

3. And whereas, it has been found that the threads with metallic

    powder coating being used for kite flying are good conductors of electricity and

    are dangerous to electrical installation as well as to the persons using them as it

    may cause flash over the overhead transmission lines and electrocution of the

    individual.

4. And whereas, it is necessary to take suitable measures to prevent

    danger to the electrical installations, annoyance to the public, danger to human

    life and safety and the disturbance of the public tranquillity.

     5. Now, therefore in exercise of the powers conferred upon me by

    Section 144 of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (No. 2 of 1974) read with Govt.

    of India, Ministry of Home Affairs Notification No. U-11036/1/2008-UTL dated

    26.11.2008, I, H.G.S. Dhaliwal, Deputy Commissioner of Police, South

    District do hereby order that no person shall store, sell and use the special

    “manjha” viz. metallic powder coated “manjha” and glass dust coated “manjha” in

    the entire jurisdiction of South District.

6. This order shall come into force with effect from 11.08.2009 and

    shall be effective for a period of 60 days upto 9.10.2009 (both days inclusive)

    unless withdrawn earlier.

7. Any person contravening this order shall be punishable under Section

    188 of the Indian Penal Code.

8. 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 broadcast over All India Radio and by affixing copies on

the Notice Boards of the office of all District DCsP, Addl.DCsP, ACsP, Tehsil

    Offices, all Police Stations concerned and the offices of the NDMC and MCD.

     (H.G.S. DHALIWAL)

     DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF POLICE:

     SOUTH DISTRICT, NEW DELHI.

1.

    O R D E R

    Kite flying has been a passionate sport in Delhi. For kites flying, mainly

    two types of threads, known as “manjha” in common parlance, are used-i.e. ordinary „manjha‟ and special „manjha‟. Earlier, the special „manjha‟ was made of a thread

    coated with local adhesive and fine dust of glass which acts like a razor to cut the

    „manjha‟ of other competitors.

2. Whereas, of late, a new type of „manjha‟ with metallic powder coating, is

    available in the market. This type of „manjha‟ is not only very strong but also a good

    conductor of electricity. Due to a fine metal coating, whenever such „manjha‟ entangles/comes in contact with overhead electricity supply cables, including high

    voltage lines, electric current runs through the manjha thread, resulting in danger of

    electrocution of the kite flyer or unsuspected passer-by and also causing disruption

    of the power supply system;

3. And whereas, it has been found that the threads with metallic powder

    coating, being used for kite flying are good conductors of electricity and are

    dangerous to electrical installation, as well as to the persons using them as it may

    cause flash over the overhead transmission lines and electrocution of the individual;

4 And whereas, it is necessary to take suitable measures to prevent danger

    to the electrical installations, annoyance to the public, danger to human life and

    safety and the disturbance of the public tranquility;

5 Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred upon me by Section

    144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 read with Govt. of India, Ministry of

    Home Affair‟s Notification No. F-11036/1/2008 (i)-UTL, dated 31.10.2008, I, Dr.

    SAGAR PREET, DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE, NORTH DISTT. DELHI do

    hereby order that no person shall store, sell and use the special „manjha‟ viz „metallic

    powder coated „manjhas‟ and glass dust coated „manjha‟.

6 This order shall come into force with effect from 10.08.2009 and shall

    remain in force till 18.09.2009 for a period of 40 days. It shall extend to the entire

    area of North Distt. Delhi.

7 Any person contravening this order shall be punishable under Section

    188 of the Indian Penal Code.

8 As the notice cannot be served individually on all concerned, the order is

    hereby passed ex-parte. It will be published for the information of public through

    Press and broadcast over All India Radio and by affixing copies on the Notice Boards

    of all Addl. DCsP, ACsP, Tehsil offices of the Districts, all police stations and the

    offices of NDMC and MCD.

    (DR. SAGAR PREET) IPS

     DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE,

     NORTH DISTRICT, DELHI

     O R D E R

     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 the Jurisdiction of North Distt. Delhi is likely to

    cause danger to human life, safety, disturbances of public tranquility or a

    riot.

3. Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred upon me under

    Section 144 Criminal Procedure Code,1973 read with Govt. of India,

    Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi‟s Notification No. F-11036/1/2008 UTL, dated 31/10/2008, I, Dr. Sagar Preet, Deputy Commissioner of

    Police, North District, Delhi 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 jurisdiction of North Distt. Delhi.

    4. This order shall come into force with effect from 13/08/2009 and shall remain in force for a period of 60 days i.e. upto 11/10/2009 (both days inclusive) unless withdrawn earlier.

5 Any person contravening this order shall be punishable under

    Section 188 of Indian Panel code.

6. 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 DCsP, Addl. DCsP, ACsP, Tehsil Offices , all

    Police Stations concerned and the offices of the NDMC and MCD.

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