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    Haryana Police on multiple fronts in hard times of pandemic

    Putting up a brave face often at great risk to themselves, Haryana Police men and women in ‘khaki’ are fighting like a warrior on several fronts to counter the second wave of COVID-19. When the people could not dare to leave their homes due to fear of the deadly Coronavirus, then these 'Karmaveer' of the police remained in the frontline without any fear and are busy serving the people with dedication. These 'brave-hearts, ensuring effective lockdown and Covid appropriate behavior for the protection of the people, often come in direct contact with the infected persons. Nevertheless, the police personnel have neither lost the courage nor there has been any decrease in devotion to public service.

    50 oxygen cylinders seized, handed over to authorities for saving life

    Haryana Police has arrested a person on the charges of black-marketing of oxygen cylinders from Faridabad district and recovered 50 oxygen cylinders from his possession. With the court orders, the seized oxygen cylinders have been handed over to the district administration for temporary use. This will help authorities in saving hundreds of lives in this pandemic. Based on the input, police along with Drug Control Officer conducted a raid at the location. During checking, 42 cylinders were recovered from his Tata 407 vehicle while 8 cylinders were found from his house. The accused failed to produce any license and required permits for these oxygen cylinders.

    DGP mourns the demise

    Haryana Police officer Virender Singh, DSP, posted as Secretary, Regional Transport Authority, Narnaul succumbed to COVID-19. Condoling the sad demise of Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), Sh. Virender Singh, Director General of Police (DGP) Haryana, Sh. Manoj Yadava said that Haryana Police has lost a dedicated and hard-working officer. Expressing his heartfelt sympathies with the bereaved family, he prayed to the Almighty to give courage to them to bear this irreparable loss and grant eternal peace to the departed soul. Earlier Ashok Dahiya, DSP posted at Badli in Jhajjar, succumbed to Covid-19 during treatment at Badsha AIIMS.

    45 held for black-marketing of oxygen, Remdesivir across Haryana

    Haryana Police has registered 21 FIRs in connection with black-marketing of oxygen, oxygen cylinders and Remdesivir injections across the state amid surge in COVID-19. A total of 45 persons have been arrested in these cases, while 77 oxygen cylinders and 101 vials of Remdesivir have been recovered. The demand for oxygen and anti-viral drug Remdesivir had gone up after a massive outbreak of the corona virus. Taking advantage of the situation, many unscrupulous persons and employees of private hospitals indulged in the black-marketing of oxygen and Remdesivir, which is in high demand for the treatment of COVID-19 patients.

    Ensure strict enforcement of lockdown, act firmly against black-marketers during pandemic: DGP

    The DGP, Haryana, Sh. Manoj Yadava instructed the police officers to activate a robust mechanism to strictly enforce the lockdown order across the state. The directives were given to all Commissioners of Police (CPs) and district Superintendents of Police (SPs) during a video-conference held in which the DGP had reviewed the implementation of lockdown and night curfew imposed by the state government and mechanism put in place for crackdown against black-marketing of Remdesivir injection and oxygen. He appealed to the people that if they wish to go out during lockdown should first get “e-pass” from the “saralharyana” web-portal of Haryana Government.

    Massive crackdown on illegal arms in Haryana

    Intensified its operation against illegal weapons, Haryana Police has seized 136 country-made pistols, 41 desi katta, two revolvers, 228 cartridges, 12 magazines, 19 knives and one sword from different areas of the state during a special fortnight long drive. During the drive, 185 cases were registered against the persons for their alleged involvement in illegal activities. Stepping up vigil, police teams have also nabbed 216 proclaimed offenders (POs) and 230 bail jumpers during the drive. The maximum numbers of POs (30) were arrested from Gurugram, followed by Karnal (20) and Faridabad (18). Our State Crime Bureau has also managed to put 42 POs behind bars

    Remdesivir black marketing: ‘Kingpin’ held in Panipat

    In a major crackdown, Haryana Police has arrested kingpin of a racket in connection with black-marketing of Remdesivir drug, which is in high demand for the treatment of COVID-19 patients, from Panipat district. The primary probe reveals that arrested accused used to buy injection from an Uttarakhand resident at the rate of Rs.12000 per vial and then sold the same between Rs.15000 to Rs30000. Arrested accused was identified as Pardeep, a resident of Sector-13/17, Panipat. During investigation, it also came to light that the wrapper of the seized vials is quite different from company's injection and seems these were not original. The public is requested to beware of such gangs involved in black-marketing and immediately inform the police.

    Haryana STF arrest fugitive gangster Sube Gurjar

    STF of Haryana Police has arrested Sube Gurjar, a notorious gangster who carries a reward of Rs 7.5 lakh on his head, from Delhi Airport. Sube Gurjar, R/o Badgujjar in Gurugram district was wanted by the police in Haryana and other neighbouring States. He used to commit crimes mainly in association with Kaushal Gang. After the arrest of Kaushal, he took over the command of the gang. Gangster has been taken on seven days police remand by producing in the court. The process of searching his bases and aides, besides recovering the weapons and other equipments used in the crime is being implemented.

    Two held for Remdesivir black-marketing

    Haryana Police has arrested two persons from Panipat on the charges of black-marketing of Remdesivir injection, considered a life-saving drug in this pandemic. Three injections also recovered from them. Arrested accused were identified as Imran and Manoj, both residents of Panipat district. Accused Imran was posted as Area Manager at Lal Path Lab, while Manoj runs a medical store in a hospital. The accused were trying to sell one vial of Remdesivir for Rs 20000. A case was registered against them under various sections of the Drug and Cosmetic Act and IPC. Further investigation is underway

    Haryana Police cautions people for cyber fraud on the pretext of oxygen & other life-saving drugs

    Haryana Police cautioned citizens against fraudsters who could dupe them on the pretext of providing oxygen cylinders and life-saving drugs through e-commerce portal OLX and other social media applications during the current situation of Covid-19. The widespread requirement of Remdesivir injection and oxygen cylinders has become an ideal pretext for cybercriminals who are trying to manipulate people in need of oxygen. People who are in dire need of medical resources may fall in their trap

    6372 bottles of liquor seized in Nuh, two held

    Haryana Police has seized 531 cases of Indian Made Foreign Liquor (6372 bottles) in Nuh district when the consignment was being smuggled in a truck from Sonipat to Uttar Pradesh. Two accused are also arrested in this connection. A police team received a tip-off that liquor smugglers were transporting a big consignment of liquor from Sonipat to Uttar Pradesh in a truck. After getting the information, police team established a naka on Nuh-Taoru road near village Bawla. When the team signalled a truck bearing UP registration number to stop, the driver accelerated the vehicle and tried to escape. Police team chased the vehicle and intercepted it and arrested both the driver and co-driver.

    With 567 arrests, 996 kg drugs seized in Sirsa during 7 months

    Haryana Police intensified drive against those involved in drug-peddling has resulted in the seizure of over 996 kg narcotic substances in the past seven months in Sirsa district alone. In the past seven months, 323 cases were registered and 567 accused were arrested on the charge of peddling and possessing drugs in the district. A large quantity of narcotics including 3.770 Kg of Heroin, 37.580 Kg of Opium, over 943 Kg Chura post, 11.370 Kg Ganja and more than 2.36 lakh tablets/capsules fallen under the category of prohibited medicine were seized from the possession of the arrested persons.

    4644 bottles of liquor concealed under chips bags seized

    Haryana Police’s strict vigilance and enhanced enforcement led to seizure of a large consignment of Indian Made Foreign Liquor when it was being illegally transported in a truck to Bihar. Police have impounded the truck from Rohtak district and seized 4644 bottles of liquor which were packed in 387 cartons. Police has arrested the driver identified as Rajbir alias Raju, R/o district Sonipat. Primary probe reveals that seized liquor was to be smuggled from Rohtak to Bihar by hiding cartons under the chips. Soon after removal of these bags, a huge consignment of 387 cartons containing 4644 bottles of illicit liquor hidden beneath chips was recovered.

    Haryana Police issues helpline no. to check black marketing of oxygen cylinders & life-saving drugs

    Haryana Police has launched helpline numbers where people can share any sort of information related to black marketing of oxygen cylinders, Remdesivir injections and other life-saving drugs. Citizens, who have any information about black marketing of oxygen cylinders and other life saving drugs can contact at mobile number 7087089947 and toll-free number 1800-180-1314 for quick action by police. Amid rising cases of corona virus, the move is aimed at effectively stopping black marketing of oxygen cylinders and drugs used in the treatment of Covid-19.

    Haryana Police to create back up facility for its Covid warriors

    Amid a fresh spike in Covid-19 cases, Haryana Police has decided to set up Covid care centres in the police lines for its personnel, who are frontline warriors in the battle against the pandemic across the state. A decision to this effect was taken at a meeting presided over by the Director General of Police, Haryana, Sh. Manoj Yadava at Police headquarters. The meeting was held to review the current situation of police personnel who are on different law and order and other police duties in rising coronavirus infection.

    Haryana Police foils bid to push drug consignment, 325 Kg ‘Ganja Patti’ seized

    Haryana Police has once again thwarted an attempt to push a big drug consignment in the state and seized 325.46 Kg of ‘Ganja Patti’ from a canter in Panipat district. The arrested accused identified as Shakeel, a resident of Shamli (Uttar Pradesh). A case has been registered against him under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, and a further probe is underway.

    Three inter-State drug peddlers held, 900 gm Heroin seized

    In a major break-through, Haryana Police has busted an interstate narcotic drug racket and arrested three persons in this connection from Sirsa district. The police also recovered 900 Gm of Heroin that was to be supplied in Rajasthan and Punjab areas, besides Ellenabad in Sirsa. The value of the recovered Heroin in the international market is worth crores of rupees. The arrested accused were identified as Amandeep Singh, a native of Punjab, Gurmeet Singh of Rajasthan and Nanak Singh, a resident of Ellenabad in Sirsa. A Case under NDPS Act was registered against them

    DGP Haryana Sh. Manoj Yadava releases the Haryana Police Journal-2020

    DGP, Haryana, Sh. Manoj Yadava released the Haryana Police Journal-2020 (Vol.3) in the presence of senior police officers and subject experts at Police headquarters. Appreciating the efforts of all members of the editorial and advisory board of the journal, the DGP said that various topics of the journal were enlightening and a source of information for the readers as well as the researchers in policing across the country. It has direct connection in day-to-day events in the policing and criminal justice system.

    Scammers involved in Rs 1.5 lakh fraud through digital wallet platform “PhonePe” app arrested

    Haryana Police has arrested 2 accused from Kaithal, who have defrauded several petrol pump operators to the tune of about Rs 1.5 lakh through digital payment platform 'Phone-Pe' app. The arrested accused have been identified as Sushil Kumar (PhonePe worker), R/o Mohari in district Karnal and Vishal of Sankara district Kaithal. Rs 5000 cash, 2 mobile phones and a motorcycle have also been recovered from them. The police also urged the citizens, including the petrol pump operators, to exercise caution while making digital transactions. In any case, do not share OTP delivered to your mobile phone with anyone. Such kind of frauds can be easily avoided through awareness.

    Three held in Sirsa for betting on IPL match

    Haryana Police has arrested three persons for making bets on a match of the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL). Acting on secret input, a team of Crime Investigation Agency conducted a raid at a house in DC colony where the accused were found making bets on the IPL match between Rajasthan Royals (RR) and Delhi Capital (DC). Police has arrested three accused from the spot while one of the accused managed to escape. As many as 24 mobile phones, one laptop, one LED, Rs 5000 cash and other goods were recovered during the operation. A case under relevant sections was registered against the accused and further investigation is underway.

    Delhi’s wanted criminal, accomplices arrested after brief encounter

    Tightening the noose on criminal elements, a criminal who was on the wanted list of Delhi Police was arrested by the Haryana Police following a brief exchange of fire in Nuh district. Police has also nabbed three of his aides. One country-made pistol, a desi katta and cartridge also recovered from them. Arrested criminal was identified as Javed alias Jabid, R/o Khori in Nuh. Delhi Police had announced a reward of Rs 50,000 on his arrest. His associates are Gajender alias Gajju of district Alwar (Rajasthan), Mohan of village Khori (Nuh) and Ashok, R/o village Damdama (Nuh).

    Haryana STF arrest wanted criminal from Jharkhand

    Haryana Police has arrested a wanted criminal and parole jumper, who carried a bounty of Rs 25,000 from Jharkhand. Arrested accused, identified as Dharmender alias Rajesh, hailing from Sonipat, was wanted in loot and other cases of crime. He along with his associates committed loot at gun-point in 2000 in Sonipat district. The crackdown was made by Special Task Force (STF) unit.

    Taraori Police Station in Karnal adjudged as “Best Police Station” in Haryana

    Taraori Police Station in Karnal district has been adjudged as the best Police Station in Haryana, in the annual ranking of police stations for year 2020. The Ministry has also issued a certificate of “Best Police Station 2020” to the Taraori Police Station. Annual ranking of best police stations is carried out every year by Union Ministry of Home Affairs. Apart from selecting 10 best police stations in the country, state wise ranking is also issued, wherein Taraori Police Station has figured. Recently Haryana Police Academy (HPA), Madhuban and RTC Bhondsi had also bagged the Union Home Minister’s Trophies for the Best Training Institution in the entire country.

    Haryana Police ahead in securing a better rate of conviction of offenders.

    Haryana Police, during the first quarter of 2021, has succeeded in securing the conviction of 30 accused booked under rape, Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO), murder, and other provisions of the Indian Penal Code. Police are not only arresting the accused immediately after the crime was reported but also ensure that all such accused have been brought to justice through the effective and concerted presentation of evidence before the concerned courts. Due to the effective ‘pairvi’ and evidence given by the police, 8 accused have been convicted by courts on January, 18 in February while 12 accused have been brought to justice and sentenced to rigorous imprisonment ranging from 5 years to life imprisonment in March, this year.

    Haryana Police tightens noose around gangsters, dreaded criminals

    As a part of the crackdown on dreaded criminals, Haryana Police has been successful in arresting kingpins of major gangs, wanted criminals, and other gangsters during the last few days across the state. In this series, two gangsters Manoj Mangariya and Deepak alias Deepu, both carrying a cash reward of Rs 2 lakh and Rs 5000 respectively, were arrested. Manoj Mangariya, a life convict and parole jumper, was wanted in the Manoj Bhati murder case which he committed with the help of other associates in the year 2020. All other six accused have already been arrested.

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