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    Most wanted held in Kurukshetra, arms recovered

    Haryana Police has arrested a most-wanted criminal carrying a reward of Rs 25,000 from Kurukshetra district and recovered one country-made pistol and two cartridges from him. The arrested accused has been identified as Amardeep alias Deepa, R/o Mahabir Colony, Hisar. With his arrest a potential crime has been averted. Arrested offender, who is on the most-wanted list and carried a reward of Rs 25,000, was named in 31 cases pertaining to attempt to murder, kidnapping, extortion, illegal possession of land and under Arms Act registered in Kurukshetra, Hisar, Jind, Panipat and Fatehabad. His arrest was pending in about 12 cases

    Haryana: 3 interstate drug peddlers arrested with 1.28 quintal Doda post, 7.5 Kg Opium

    Haryana Police foiled an attempt to push drugs into the State from Jharkhand and seized 1.28 Quintal of Doda post and over 7.5 Kg Opium concealed in a truck under Rice bags in Karnal district. The crackdown was made during a joint operation of the sleuths of Crime Investigation Agency and Special Task Force (STF) Ambala. The accused have been identified as Rajat, Kuldeep Singh and Gurmeet. A case under NDPS Act has been registered against the accused and further probe to find out the chain of drug peddling is underway.

    Fake job racket busted by Haryana Police, two members held

    Haryana Police has busted a three-member gang which duped a number of people by promising them Government jobs in various departments. The crackdown was made by Police in Palwal district. Hundreds of fake appointment letters, 750 envelopes having stamp of Judicial and Forests Departments, 234 speed post tickets, 4 fake stamps, 4 mobile phones, 18 SIM cards, a printing machine, Rs 12000 cash and other material also recovered. Two members of the gang Arjun Tak and Vinod Kumar, both R/o New Delhi were arrested while one accused Manoj, R/o district Mathura (UP) on the run. Raids are being conducted to nab him. Police are further investigating the matter and are on the lookout for the other accused who is absconding.

    Haryana: Delivery van driver steal away 133 mobiles, arrested within 4 hours

    Haryana Police has arrested a person in Nuh district who had stolen 133 smart phones from a delivery vehicle associated with a major e-commerce company, on the way from Chennai to Manesar (Gurugram). Police had also recovered 85 smart phones worth around Rs 7.50 lakh from his possession. Arrested accused identified as Shabuddin R/o Dhana in Nuh District. Further investigation in the case are in progress to arrest the remaining accused and recover the remaining mobile phones.

    Interstate drug peddler arrested, 21 Kg Opium seized

    Haryana Police has arrested an interstate drug peddler and seized 21 Kg of Opium worth Rs 30 lakh from his possession in Kaithal district. A police team, acting on credible information, raided a house and seized the contraband. The arrested accused was identified as Gurpreet Singh alias Preet, R/o Mahmoodpur. In another crackdown, 145 gm of Heroin was recovered from three accused identified as Vikram alias Pahadi, Vikarm alias Bikar and Sewak in Fatehabad district. In a separate case, sleuths of CIA in Panipat arrested Sanjeev, a native of Manuwas, Haridwar in Uttarakhand after 1.30 kg of Charas was recovered from his possession

    Delhi man held with 100 gm Smack

    Haryana Police has arrested a man in connection with smuggling of narcotics and seized 100 gm of Smack from his possession in Rohtak district. The arrested accused was identified as Kuldeep alias Cheeki, a resident of Najafgarh, Delhi. A case has been registered against the accused under relevant sections of the NDPS Act and further investigation is underway. In a separate incident, police arrested two persons riding a motorcycle with 35.5 gm of Heroin in Fatehabad district. The police have registered a case under the NDPS Act against the accused.

    Huge cache of prohibited pharma drugs seized in Nuh: Haryana Police

    As part of the anti-drug campaign by the Haryana Police, a major success was achieved in Nuh when the police arrested an accused on the charges of possessing prohibited pharma drugs and recovered a large consignment of prohibited medicines, tablets, and capsules during the raid. Police has arrested Shaukeen, R/o Naharpur, and recovered 110 Vials of RCKUF, 600 Vials of Welcyrex, 93,000 tablets of Alpranof , 1,19,280 Spasnovon capsules, 50,000 Cividal tablets, one box of Pentadip Injections and one box of Tramanof Injection from his house. Police has started investigation by registering a case against the accused in police station Punhana.

    Haryana Police arrests four in over 1.5 M Cryptocurrency fraud

    In a well coordinated operation against the Cryptocurrency fraud, Haryana Police has arrested four fraudsters including the mastermind for duping people in the name of online business involving Bitcoin transactions. To commit fraud, mastermind and his associates used the name of Binance, a multi-national Cryptocurrency exchange based out of China, with an intention to cheat gullible persons on the pretext of offering them huge returns if they invest money online for Bitcoin business. A case was registered in Cyber Police Station, Panchkula under relevant sections of IPC and IT Act.

    International Call Centre targeted US citizens busted by Haryana Police, 9 held

    In yet another step towards proactive policing, Haryana STF has busted an illegal international call centre in Ambala district which was duping innocent US nationals doing online shopping from Amazon. Nine accused who were involved in duping US citizens were also arrested by the STF by conducting a raid at a private establishment on Ambala-Kaithal highway. Meanwhile, 10 laptops, about 200 computers, 11 mobile phones, one internet server and Rs 2.5 lakh cash have also been seized by the police.

    Haryana Police bust fingerprint cloning gang in Palwal, 5 held

    In a major breakthrough, Haryana Police has busted a gang whose members used to siphoning off money from people’s account using the Aadhar Enabled Payment System by cloning the fingerprints in Palwal district. 5 members of the gang including a woman who were involved in online fraud worth crores of rupees were also arrested by conducting raids at different locations in Delhi and Palwal. Police has also recovered one biometric machine, 11 debit cards of different banks, 270 SIM cards, fingerprint rubber stamp machine, 5 bottles rubber gel photo polymer, 1 laptop, printer, one lamination machine, 2078 copies of registries, 220 fingerprint clone, 68 blank Aadhar cards, 21 PAN cards, 64 passport size photographs, 5 Aadhar cards, 1 pen drive etc.

    Haryana Police achieve breakthrough in Asif murder case, three more arrested

    In a major success, Haryana Police has arrested three more accused in connection with Asif murder case of Nuh district. So far, a total of 13 accused have been arrested in this case. The systematic and rapid movements of investigation team led to the arrest of these accused identified as Rohit alias Kala, R/o Udaka, Pardeep alias Patwari and Amit, both residents of Kheda Khalilpur. The trios, absconding since the incident, have been arrested following secret information. Based on intelligence and other inputs, 13 accused have been arrested. The remaining involved in the crime would be nabbed and placed behind bars very soon.

    DGP Haryana planted sapling at Police Line

    Haryana Police will develop a mini urban forest on vacant land behind the Panchkula Police line, Moginand by planting more saplings in minimum space using the Japanese method. Marking the World Environment Day, the process in this direction was kicked off when the DGP Haryana, Sh. Manoj Yadava planted a sapling in the Police Lines premises. To make the Police premises green, the assistance of an NGO will be taken to make this work a great success. The DGP said that using the technology, all Police stations of Haryana will be made more green by planting more saplings.

    40 Kg ‘Doda post’, 50 gm Heroin seized in Haryana

    In two separate operations, Haryana Police has seized 40 Kg Doda post and 50 gm of Heroin and arrested three persons on the charges of drug-peddling in Sirsa district. In the first case, Police team has recovered 40 Kg Doda post from a vehicle and arrested 2 people. The accused have been identified as Shamsher Singh and Baljit Singh. In the second incident, 50 gm of Heroin was recovered from a motorcyclist. The accused identified as Praveen Kumar, a resident of village Dadri, Sirsa. The accused have been booked under relevant sections of the NDPS Act and further investigation is underway

    Haryana Police seizes 32.5 Kg ‘Chura post’, two held

    Haryana Police on Wednesday arrested two persons on the charges of drug-peddling and seized 32.5 Kg ‘Chura post’ from their possession in Sirsa district. The arrested person identified as Satbir and Devender Pal, R/o Sirsa. Cases under the provisions of the NDPS Act were registered against them. They will be taken on remand by producing them in the Court so that the names of others involved in drug peddling may be unearthed. Further investigation is underway

    Haryana Police to start special drive to avert Hooch Tragedy

    Haryana Police has decided to launch a special fortnight long drive to prevent and detect the manufacture, sale and smuggling of illicit liquor in the state to prevent any potential Hooch Tragedy. The drive will start from June 1 and will continue upto June 15. Police have been instructed to deploy additional intelligence sources and create special teams to keep vigil against liquor smuggling, bootlegging and illicit distillation of liquor under their jurisdiction. Police will also liaise with Excise Department officials to conduct joint checking at district and sub-division level. In addition, activities of past offenders of such nature would also be monitored.

    Haryana: Big action taken on liquor smuggling, 500 cases seized, two held

    In an intensive drive against liquor smuggling, Haryana Police has seized a consignment of 500 cases of Indian Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL) from a container truck in Fatehabad district. Two persons were also arrested in this connection. The arrested accused were identified as Bhanwar Lal and Amra Ram, both native of district Jalaur in Rajasthan. The police have registered a case under relevant sections of the Excise and Disaster Management Act against the duo. At the same time, the details of the truck owner are being enquired. Further probe is underway.

    Haryana STF seizes 8.5 Kg of Opium, five held

    The STF of Haryana Police has seized 8.5 kg of Opium from Kaithal and Kurukshetra districts and arrested five accused on the charges of drug trafficking. In the first case, STF team after getting a tip-off recovered 3.5 kg of Opium from the possession of three accused near Cheeka in Kaithal. In the second case, STF has received secret information that a truck going from Delhi towards Chandigarh could have large quantities of Opium. Based on this, Police has intercepted the vehicle and recovered 5 kg of Opium from two accused near Shahabad in Kurukshetra.

    Haryana DGP expresses grief over the demise of ESI

    Director General of Police (DGP), Haryana, Sh. Manoj Yadava has expressed grief over the sad demise of E/SI Gurmail Singh, who breathed his last at a private hospital in Mohali, Punjab after battling Covid-19. Currently, he was posted at City Police Station, Narwana. In a condolence message, Sh. Yadava described it a major loss to the Police Department and added that E/SI Gurmail Singh was an honest, hard-working, and dedicated Police officer who performed his duties with utmost sincerity and professional commitment. He would be long remembered for his bravery and services to the Police department.

    Haryana Police strict action on black marketing of medical facilities, 38 cases filed

    Haryana Police have been successful in controlling black-marketing of medical-related facilities during the ongoing Covid pandemic. Police have registered 38 cases of black marketing so far, in which 76 people have been arrested and sent behind bars. In these hard times, Police jawans, constantly engaged in serving humanity, are working beyond their responsibilities. On receiving the call for a shortage of Oxygen, the Police immediately made a green corridor and transported the Oxygen cylinder to the hospitals, thereby saving the lives of hundreds of Covid patients. Also, Police personnel along with the local administration ensuring the home delivery of Oxygen cylinders to needy patients.

    Action against violators of Covid rules

    Apart from enforcement of lockdown, Police also ensure people maintain social distancing and follow the Covid guidelines. On one hand, people without the mask are being fined across the State, at the same time Police personnel, who are engaged in implementing the lockdown, are also distributing masks to the violators.

    Helpline numbers were also issued to check black marketing

    Haryana Police have issued helpline number 7087089947 and toll-free number 1800-180-1314 in order to curb black-marketing. On these numbers information about those who black-market Oxygen cylinders, Remdesivir injections and other life-saving drugs and equipment can be given without any hesitation.

    Four held for selling, consuming narcotics in Jind, 118 gm Heroin recovered

    Haryana Police has arrested 4 persons, including a drug dealer, on the charges of selling and consuming narcotics in the Jind district. Police has also recovered 118 gm of Heroin and Rs 4.05 lakh cash. A police team during patrolling had got a tip-off that a person sells drugs to the youth from his house in village Lohchab. After getting the input, police immediately conducted a raid and arrested Subhash with 118 gm of Heroin. Rs 4.05 lakh was also recovered from his possession. Three youths Jasmer of Pillukhera, Jaibhagwan of Harigarh and Sonu of Amravali Khera were also arrested while consuming Heroin at his house.

    Two held for black-marketing of Black Fungus drug

    Haryana Police along with Drug Control authorities has arrested two persons from Rohtak on the charges of selling the anti-fungal drug Amphotericin B, used for the treatment of Mucormycosis, at an exorbitant rate. The drug is used as antiviral medicine for black fungus-infected patients. The arrested accused were identified as Rahul Chauhan, a resident of Hisar and Dimple Sharma of Bhiwani. Both are trying to sell one vial of Amphotericin B for Rs 12000.

    Former DGP BS Sandhu contributes Rs 2.01 lakh for Police Welfare Fund

    Former IPS officer and Haryana Director General of Police (Retd.), Mr. Baljit Singh Sandhu has contributed Rs. 2.01 lakh to the Haryana Police Welfare Fund for providing necessary protective’s to the frontline workers fighting COVID-19. Saluting the spirit of the police personnel, Mr. Sandhu said that in these hard times of pandemic, Haryana Police personnel are putting their lives at risk to provide 24 hours service to the people. Police personnel are constantly under the grip of corona infection while containing the spread of virus. Despite this, these ‘karamveers’ are not only transporting the infected ones to the hospitals but are ensuring home delivery of oxygen to the needy patients.

    Three wanted criminals with a bounty of Rs one lakh arrested

    Haryana Police has arrested 3 wanted criminals, carrying a collective reward of Rs one lakh. In the first operation, a police team had arrested wanted criminal Kapoor from Lalwa Mor-Nuh Road in Palwal district. Carrying a reward of Rs 50,000 on his arrest, he was wanted in half a dozen cases including that of murder, fatal attack, loot, hurt, and under Arms Act. In another crackdown, 2 most wanted rewarded criminals, absconding for last about 10 months were arrested from Delhi area. Both were apprehended by a team of STF, Rohtak after getting a tip-off. Arrested most wanted were identified as Vikas alias Vicky and Rohit alias Dada, both residents of Aasoda in district Jhajjar

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