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    Haryana Police seizes 104 MTP kits, 28230 prohibited medicines

    Haryana Police has seized 28230 prohibited medicines and 104 Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP) kits during a raid at a house in Karnal district. A woman was also arrested in this connection. Police arrested the woman after recovering prohibited medicines and MTP kits from a house located in New Premnagar in Karnal. A police team got a tip off that accused Kamal Sikka, who has been supplying prohibited medicines for a long time, has brought a large quantity of intoxicants, MTP kits and other banned medicines from Delhi. A case has been registered in this connection and efforts are being made to arrest the key accused. Further probe is underway.

    HSSC paper leak: Wanted with Rs 2 lakh bounty arrested from Delhi

    In yet another catch, Haryana Police has arrested a wanted and rewarded criminal, carrying a bounty of Rs 2 lakh from Delhi in connection with the paper leak during the Haryana Police constable recruitment written test. A total of 40 accused have been arrested by the police so far. Arrested accused, which is another key accused of the case, was identified Mohammad Afzal Dar, R/o Wasim Bagh, Hazrat Bal, Srinagar. In this case, a reward of Rs 2 lakh each was announced for giving any information leading to the arrest of two accused and Rs 50,000 each for the arrest of nine accused.

    Haryana Police arrests two with Heroin in Fatehabad

    Haryana Police has arrested two persons in connection with smuggling of narcotics and seized 265 gm of Heroin from their possession in Fatehabad district. The accused were arrested while a team of CIA was patrolling to keep a tab on anti-social elements. Based on suspicion, two bike riders coming from Bhuna side were arrested. When police nabbed and frisked them, 265 gm of Heroin was recovered from their possession. Arrested accused were the residents of Bhuna. A case has been registered against the accused under relevant sections of the NDPS Act and further investigation is underway.

    Haryana Police arrest criminal with Rs 2 lakh bounty

    Haryana’s STF has arrested a wanted criminal, carrying a reward of Rs two lakh, from Rohtak district. A pistol and four cartridges were also recovered from his possession. The arrested accused was identified as Rohit Ruhal alias Bacchi, R/o district Panipat. He alongwith his aides had opened fire on Inspector Sonu Malik with the intention to kill him in Gurugram, in which the Inspector was seriously injured. His name had also cropped up in the kidnapping case of Panipat Refinery manager, in which the accused was still absconding. Police has announced a reward of Rs 2 lakh for any information leading to his arrest.

    Passing out parade of probationer Sub-Inspectors held at Madhuban

    Passing out parade of 18th batch of probationer Sub Inspector was held at Haryana Police Academy (HPA), Madhuban. A total of 20 probationer Sub Inspectors of Haryana Police underwent training for 13 months at the academy. Director, HPA Dr. C.S. Rao was the chief guest at the passing out parade ceremony. DIG Dr. Arun Singh was also present on this occasion. Congratulating the new officers, Dr. Rao said that it is the prime duty of the police officers to uphold the law of land and dignity of the department by working with responsibility.

    HSSC paper leak: 2 accused with bounty of Rs 50000 each arrested

    In yet another success, Haryana Police has arrested two more accused, carrying a reward of Rs 50000 each, in connection with the paper leak during the Haryana Police constable recruitment written test. A total of 39 accused have been arrested so far. The arrested accused have been identified as Nihal Singh, a resident of district Bhiwani and Ramesh of district Mahendragarh. Preliminary probe revealed that the answer key was obtained by accused Nihal Singh from the accused Narendra, who was arrested earlier and some candidates were further provided the answer keys by him. On August 4, accused Ramesh was also involved in the meeting organized by Narendra to get the paper out at a Hotel in Hisar.

    Madhya Pradesh ADGP visit Haryana to study Dial 112 project

    Haryana Police’s historic initiative "Haryana 112" is gaining popularity among the citizens at a very fast pace. Other States are also visiting Haryana to study the successful implementation of the Emergency Response Support System (ERSS). In this series, ADGP Madhya Pradesh Sh S.K. Jha visited Haryana to learn the process behind the successful launch of Haryana 112 project. Sh. Jha also made a courtesy call on the Director General of Police (DGP), Haryana, Sh. Prashanta Kumar Agrawal at Police Headquarters. ADGP Telecom & IT Haryana Sh A. S. Chawla, ADGP (Law & Order) Haryana Sh Navdeep Singh Virk, SP ERSS Sh Udai Singh Meena were also present.

    Three gets 10 years’ jail in NDPS case

    To completely crush the drug menace, Haryana Police have not only constantly making crackdown on drug mafias but also securing conviction of offenders booked under NDPS Act through effective pairvi and presentation of evidence before the concerned courts. As a result, the Court of Additional District and Session Judge, Fatehabad sentenced three persons to 10 years of imprisonment in a NDPS case. The court also imposed a fine of Rs one lakh on each convict. They would also have to undergo additional imprisonment in case of non-payment of fine. The three accused were arrested by a police team on July 7, 2018 on Uklana road in village Saniana, Fatehabad after 240 kilograms of kachra doda post (poppy straw) were recovered from a canter in their possession.

    Constable recruitment exam: Criminal with Rs 2 lakh bounty arrested from Jammu

    A wanted and rewarded criminal, carrying a bounty of Rs 2 lakh was arrested from Jammu in connection with the paper leak during the Haryana Police constable recruitment written test. A total of 34 accused have been arrested by the police so far. The arrested accused, which is an important link of the constable paper leak case, was identified as Muzaffar Ahmed Khan, R/o Gul District Ramban, Jammu. He will be produced in court. In this case, a reward of Rs 2 lakh each was announced for giving any information leading to the arrest of two accused and Rs 50,000 each for giving information about the arrest of 9 accused. Earlier, police had also arrested two accused Manohar and Naveen, both carrying a reward of Rs 50000 each.

    Haryana again secures first place in the country in CCTNS with 100% score - Home Minister Anil Vij

    Haryana Home Minister, Sh. Anil Vij said that Haryana has once again created history and has secured first position 2nd time in the country in Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and System (CCTNS) with 100% score. Speaking in this regard, Sh. Anil Vij extended best wishes to DGP Haryana Sh. P.K. Agrawal, Additional Director General of Police, (Telecom & IT) Sh. A.S. Chawla, including the Police Department for repeating this achievement again.

    “Haryana 112" is being appreciated at the national level - DGP

    Haryana Police’s historic initiative 112- Emergency Response Support System (ERSS) launched to empower the citizens with 24x7 police assistance is being appreciated across the country. This was stated by the Director General of Police (DGP) Haryana, Sh. Prashanta Kumar Agrawal in a felicitation function organized to honour best performers of Haryana 112 at State Emergency Response Centre, Panchkula. He honored 15 police officers/officials who exceptionally performed while discharging their duties in a professional manner and helped the victims with round-the-clock police assistance through “Haryana 112”.

    Haryana Police honour ‘responsible’ citizens across the state, say ‘Thank you, Teacher’

    Haryana Police celebrated this Teacher’s Day by appreciating the special contributions of ‘responsible’ citizens who teach their fellow society members about the crime prevention tips and need for following rules and regulations. The police teams, interacting with more than 1500 citizens across the state, gave them a “Thank You Teacher” card and praised them for the work done by them as a responsible citizen in the society. The Police conducted an on-ground awareness activity in all districts across the state.

    Wanted criminal with Rs 25000 bounty arrested in Rewari

    Haryana Police has arrested a criminal, carrying a bounty of Rs 25000 from Rewari district. Police has also recovered a country-made pistol and three live cartridges from his possession. Arrested person identified as Shakti Singh alias Guru, R/o Mahendergarh district, escaped from special Covid section of Rewari Jail on the intervening night of May 8 and 9. To nab the accused, the police team was continuously raiding his hideouts in Haryana, Rajasthan and Gujarat as well. A reward of Rs 25,000 was declared on his head.

    Bihar Police delegation visits Haryana to study 112 project

    A seven-member delegation from Bihar Police made a courtesy call on Director General of Police (DGP), Haryana Sh. P.K. Agrawal at Police headquarters. The delegation led by DGP-cum-Chairman and Managing Director, Bihar Police Building Construction Corporation, Sh. Alok Raj visited to study the recently launched round-the-clock emergency response support system (ERSS) which is functioning from the State Emergency Response Centre (SERC) in Panchkula. The delegation was aimed to learn the process behind the successful launch of Haryana 112 project for a better strategy mapping and programme execution of such an advanced project in their state.

    Haryana Police busts arms smugglers gang, 4 held

    In a major break-through, Haryana Police has busted an interstate gang of arms smugglers and arrested four accused involved in supply of illegal weapons to gangsters in Delhi NCR and neighbouring states. A huge cache of arms including 35 country-made pistols and 45 magazines were recovered from their possession. Arrested persons were identified as prime accused Mahfooz alias Fozi, R/o district Saharanpur (UP) presently living in Panipat, Hira Lal, Santosh Nigam and Rai Singh, all native of district Dhar in Madhya Pradesh. Further probe is underway.

    DGP Haryana visit Haryana Police Academy, Madhuban

    Director General of Police, Haryana Sh. Prashanta Kumar Agrawal visited Haryana Police Academy, Madhuban. During his first visit to the academy after assuming the charge of State police chief, Director, Haryana Police Academy Dr CS Rao welcomed the DGP and informed him about the training structures available in the Academy through a power-point presentation. He visited the Academy's administrative building, state-of-the-art Indoor Firing Range located in the Academy, Haryana Police Museum, Harsh Vardhan Auditorium and Academy Library. During interaction with the officers, he also guided them to upgrade the training facilities.

    Police is one of the best department engaged in welfare of citizens: KK Sindhu

    Police Department is one of the best department engaged in welfare of citizens, in which maximum opportunities for public service are available. These and other views were expressed by Sh. K.K. Sindhu, Chairman, Haryana Police Housing Corporation and Commandant General of Home Guards. He was addressing the farewell ceremony organized at Haryana Police Academy, Madhuban. Sh. Sindhu is retiring on August 31, 2021 after a successful 35 years of service. The Director General of Police, Haryana, Sh. Prashanta Kumar Agrawal was specially present on this occasion.

    Haryana Police arrest inter-state gang member wanted in ATM loot and other cases

    Police has arrested an active member of an inter-state gang who was wanted in close to a dozen cases of ATM robbery, dacoity etc. from Nuh district. The arrested accused was identified as Junaid alias Junna, R/o Kharkhari in Nuh. A country-made .315 pistol and two cartridges were also recovered from him. He was an active member of Nuh based interstate Ahmed Kod gang and indulged in ATM loot, dacoity, attempt to murder, theft and other heinous crimes in Nuh, Gurugram, Palwal, Faridabad districts of Haryana and National Capital Delhi. A case was registered against him and further investigation is underway.

    Five sharp shooters of notorious Delhi based gangster with bounty of Rs 1.10 lakh arrested

    In a major break-through, Haryana Police has arrested five most-wanted sharp shooters of a notorious Delhi based gangster carrying a collective bounty of Rs 1.10 lakh while they were hatching a conspiracy to loot a petrol pump in Sonipat district. Police has also recovered two illegal pistols, seven cartridges and two knives from their possession. Arrested accused were identified as Vikas alias Khagar, Ravi alias Dalda, Manish, Ravinder alias Bacchi and Arvind alias Nahnu. The arrested accused are gang members of notorious Delhi-based gangster Jitender alias Gogi. Atleast nine cases of murder and loot were unearthed with their arrest.

    Gang of vehicle thieves busted, 18 bikes recovered

    Haryana Police has busted an inter-district vehicle theft gang and arrested three accused in this connection from Karnal district. The police also recovered 18 bikes from their possession, which were stolen from Karnal, Panipat and Kurukshetra. Of the three arrested persons, two are buyers. A Police team on a tip-off arrested Parveen Kumar, R/o New Valmiki Basti Hansi road, near Commando Complex in Newal with a stolen bike on Sunday. The stolen bikes were sold to Hukum Singh of Mehmadpura village and Surjeet, a mechanic of Nalikalan village in the district, at cheaper rates. Police arrested both accused.

    Criminal with Rs. 5 lakh bounty held from Noida

    In a major catch, Haryana Police has arrested a wanted criminal, who carried Rs. 5 lakh reward, from Noida in Uttar Pradesh. The arrested accused identified as Praveen Mittal, R/o Sonipat presently residing in Sector – 45 Noida Uttar Pradesh was successfully arrested by a police team of Nuh district. He was wanted in a number of cases and absconded for a long time. During the initial probe, the accused confessed to having committed a number of crimes in Palwal, Faridabad and Gurugram districts. He also confessed to committing a fraud of Rs. 1.37 crore alongwith his associates in Sector 37, Gurugram in the year 2019.

    DGP PK Agrawal greets Neeraj Chopra for making history

    Tokyo Olympics Gold medallist Sh. Neeraj Chopra today called on Director General of Police (DGP), Haryana, Sh. Prashanta Kumar Agrawal at Police Headquarters. Welcoming Sh. Neeraj Chopra on behalf of the Haryana Police, the DGP congratulated him for his accomplishment and for making the nation proud and added that you have brought laurels to the state and nation by achieving such a big and important milestone at a very young age. Praising Neeraj's brilliant performance, the DGP said, Neeraj has scripted a new history and transformed the dream of 135 crore Indians into reality by bagging a Gold medal in the Tokyo Olympics.

    Sh P.K. Agrawal assumes charge as DGP Haryana

    Sh. Prashanta Kumar Agrawal, an IPS Officer of 1988 batch, today assumed charge as the Director General of Police (DGP), Haryana. A Guard of Honour was given by police personnel to the new DGP at the Police Headquarters. Senior police officers congratulated him after the latter assumed the charge of the office from incumbent DGP, Sh. Manoj Yadava. After assuming the charge, newly appointed DGP interacted with media persons and said that effective monitoring of crime, its prevention and detection, ensuring safety of women, children and weaker sections, eradication of drug menace would be among his top priorities.

    14 Haryana cops to get Police Medals this Independence Day

    14 Haryana police officers and personnel have been selected to receive Police Medals for Gallantry (PMG), President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service (PPMDS) and Police Medals for Meritorious Service (PMMS). The medals were announced by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs on Saturday. While two Haryana police officials will be conferred with Police Medal for Gallantry, one officer has been selected to be decorated with the prestigious President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service and 11 other cops are to be awarded with Police Medal for Meritorious Service. Congratulating all the police officers and officials, the DGP, Haryana, Sh Manoj Yadava said that it is a great honour for the entire Police force that 14 of its officers have been selected for this prestigious honour.

    2 policemen who went to solve the accident case died in a road mishap, DGP Haryana mourn the demise

    Haryana Director General of Police (DGP) Sh. Manoj Yadava has expressed grief over the sad demise of two police personnel of Haryana 112 service, who lost their lives in a road accident in Ambala district. Both the police personnel had reached the spot to investigate a road accident in the early morning, where unfortunately 4 people in the road mishap lost their lives including ASI Naseeb Singh and constable Balwinder. The DGP expressed his heartfelt sympathies with the bereaved family members and prayed to the Almighty to give them courage to bear this irreparable loss. He also prayed for eternal peace of the departed souls.

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