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    2 inter-state drug peddlers held with 130 Kg Doda post

    Haryana Police has arrested two inter-state drug peddlers and seized 130 kg of ‘Doda Post’ from their possession in Karnal district. The accused sourced the seized drug from Kota in Rajasthan. A team of Crime Investigation Agency, acting on credible information, established a naka on Anjanthali-Taraori road and signaled a vehicle to stop for checking after it was spotted moving in a suspicious manner. Instead of stopping, the driver tried to flee but was chased down and apprehended. When searched, police party recovered 13 bags weighing 130 Kg Doda post. Arrested accused were identified as Surender Singh alias Sinder and Ajmer Singh.

    Haryana Police solve bank robbery case in few hours, recover booty

    Haryana Police has cracked the Rs. 7.78 Lakh bank robbery case within a few hours, which took place in Sonipat district on the intervening night of July 27 and 28. Police has also recovered a total of Rs. 7,78,608 looted by the accused, identified as Rajneesh, R/o village Juan in Sonipat. Subhash, Manager of Cooperative Bank, Mohana filed a Police complaint that some unidentified miscreants had looted Rs. 7,78,608 from the bank. Police teams, working on the intelligence and other inputs, had cracked the case within a few hours of the crime being reported and recovered looted cash from the accused.

    Haryana Police crack kidnapping case in just one-and-half hour, arrest eight accused

    Haryana Police has arrested eight accused who kidnapped three persons and demanded a ransom of Rs 50 lakh, and rescued all three victims within one-and-half hour of the case being reported in Hisar district. Arrested accused were identified as Sandeep, Baljit, Mohit (from Haryana) & Sonu, Chotu, Sandeep, Sohanlal and Sonu, all natives of Lakheempur in Uttar Pradesh.The incident came to light when a relative of Mahendra filed a complaint with police station Agroha that his brother-in-law had been kidnapped and abductors were demanding a ransom of Rs 50 lakh for his safe release. A case has been registered against the accused and further investigation is underway.

    Haryana Police reunites 2 deaf-mute women with families, using Aadhar

    Haryana Police has reunited two deaf and speech-impaired women with families, who went missing from Darjeeling in West Bengal, and Jind, with the help of their Aadhar Card’s biometrics, in the last one week. The Police team sought help from Aadhar Centre in Chandigarh to find more details about their natives, as these missing women couldn’t hear or speak anything. In the first case, a 21-year-old missing woman has been found to be a resident of Bhajanpura village in the Darjeeling of West Bengal State, who went missing in January 2019. While, in another case, a 33-years-old woman, who was reported missing from Jind in 2017, was reunited with her family.

    Haryana Police arrest criminal with Rs 50,000 reward from Rajasthan

    In a major catch, Haryana Police has arrested a criminal, carrying a reward of Rs 50,000 from Rajasthan. The accused wanted in over half a dozen cases, including murder and loot, was a prime accused in a murder case in Jind district. The arrested accused was identified as Sanjeet alias Sunny, R/o Sunaria Kalan, district Rohtak. He is an accused in the murder case of a teacher, who was killed on June 14, 2021 at Alipura village in Jind district. After registration of a case in this connection, the accused had been taken on remand by producing in the Court. The case is under thorough investigation.

    Haryana Police seizes 505 Kg ‘Doda Post’, 265 Kg ‘Ganja Leaf’

    In a major drug bust, Haryana Police seized over 505 Kg ‘Doda Post’, 2.96 Kg Opium, and more than 265 Kg Ganja leaf (Cannabis) being smuggled in trucks from Bhiwani and Nuh districts in separate cases. In first case 505 Kg ‘Doda Post’, 2.96 Kg Opium recovered from accused Paramjit Singh alias Kala of Ambala, Baldev Singh of Mohali, and in second case 265 Kg Ganja recovered from accused Saleem and Akhlaq, both residents of Gurnawat in Nuh district. Cases have been registered against the accused under the provisions of Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act. A detailed investigation is underway

    Haryana: 205 Kg narcotics recovered from abandoned vehicle

    In a major seizure, Haryana Police has recovered 205 Kg of Doda post from an abandoned vehicle from Mahendergarh district. A police team during patrolling had got a tip off that a vehicle parked in the abandoned condition on a flyover Rivasa in the district following police team immediately rushed to the spot and impounded the vehicle. Search of the vehicle led to the recovery of 13 plastic bags weighing 205 Kg of Doda post. Prima facie, it seems that fearing arrest, the persons involved in drug peddling left the vehicle loaded with contraband and fled. A case has been registered with the city police station, and further probe is underway.

    Most wanted criminal with reward of Rs 25000 held

    The Special Task Force (STF) of Haryana Police has arrested a most wanted criminal carrying a reward of Rs 25,000 from district Sonipat. Arrested criminal identified as Bajrang, a resident of Bhiwani town regularly changing his hideouts in places like Haridwar, Uttrakhand, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat to evade arrest. The arrested criminal had been booked in the case of murder in year 2015 in Bhiwani. The Court had declared him a proclaimed offender in 2017. A reward of Rs 25,000 was declared on his arrest. He was produced in the Court and sent to judicial custody. Further investigation into the case is underway.

    Haryana 112 emergency number helps 2788 residents in first 64 hours

    Haryana 112, State Emergency Response Centre received 36,083 calls in the initial 64 hours starting from July 13, 2021, since its launch by Haryana CM, Sh. Manohar Lal in the presence of Home Minister, Sh. Anil Vij with an aim to provide 24x7 protection to the people. ADGP Telecom and IT, Sh. AS Chawla, who is also the Nodal Officer of Project Haryana 112, while addressing a Press Conference said that the intention of the State Government is to provide single point of contact for people for providing police assistance, fire and ambulance services. Haryana 112, is now working for these all emergency services.

    Earning plaudits: ERV team reunited child, family says “thanks" to Haryana Police

    With the prompt action of the staff of emergency response vehicle (ERV), a child who was separated from his loved ones was reunited. Avtar Singh, R/o Krishna Colony, Tohana, had left home for the market for some work. During this, his three-and-a-half-year-old grandson also left the house after him and lost his way and reached the market. At the same time, when Dial-112 ERV-Innova reached near Brar chowk, it found some people standing with a distracted child. When the staff posted at ERV enquired about his family, the child could not tell anything. The team deployed on the ERV brought the child to the police station by spreading information about it in the nearby areas. ERV staff succeeded to reunite the child to his family.

    UNDSS delegation call on DGP Haryana at PHQ

    A 5 member United Nations Department of Safety and Security (India and Bhutan) delegation made a courtesy call on DGP Haryana, Sh. Manoj Yadava at PHQ in Panchkula. The delegation led by Deputy Security Advisor, UNDSS, Sh. Victor Cobian, made a visit to enhance the coordination, cooperation and future support from police authorities in organizing various programmes of the United Nations and WHO across the state. During the meeting, the DGP apprised them about Haryana Police’s historic step towards empowering the citizens with round-the-clock Police assistance and added that Chief Minister of Haryana, Sh. Manohar Lal launched Haryana 112 - Emergency Response Support System on July 12

    Ready to Dial: Haryana CM launches 112 - Emergency Response Support System (ERSS)

    Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal launched Haryana 112/ Emergency Response Support System project and flagged off 601 Emergency Response Vehicles equipped with mobile data terminals from Panchkula here today. Home Minister Sh. Anil Vij and Speaker Haryana Vidhan Sabha Sh. Gian Chand Gupta were also present on the occasion. The Chief Minister also inaugurated the newly built state-of-the-art State Emergency Response Centre (SERC) which is the nerve-centre of Haryana 112 project. The system is based on hi-tech geospatial technology providing immediate response to the distress calls received from across the State through phone calls, SMS, e-mail, 112 mobile app etc. justifying the initiative’s tagline “Just a call away”.

    CM Haryana unveils ‘UNTOLD Stories’ of Haryana Police

    Chief Minister of Haryana, Sh. Manohar Lal unveiled a Coffee Table Book titled ‘UNTOLD stories’ of Haryana Police during the ERSS launch event in Panchkula, in the presence of Home Minister Sh Anil Vij and other senior dignitaries. This book showcases the extraordinary and gallant work by Police men in the State Police during the past 16 months of Covid pandemic, and pay tribute to the 49 police martyrs who succumbed to the pandemic, after having been infected during the course of their duty, through pictures. The book specially features the ‘Karamveers’ of the Police department - those officers and men who have made extraordinary efforts beyond the call of duty, in enforcing the lockdown, providing assistance to the public or making them aware of COVID-19 safety measures.

    Haryana Police cooks will be trained by IHM

    Class IV employees posted as cooks in the Haryana Police will be trained by the Institute of Hotel Management (IHM), Panipat. To begin with, 40 cooks will be imparted training in the first batch. The training programme was formally launched by Director General of Police (DGP), Haryana, Sh. Manoj Yadava at the IHM premises, Panipat. Speaking as chief guest, the DGP informed that this course would teach methods of cooking for retaining the nutritive value, as well as importance of regular washing of hands, health and hygienic practices. A two-month course is being conducted at the Institute in which special training will be given by trained instructors.

    Haryana Police seizes 7080 Bottles of illicit liquor being smuggled to U.P.

    Haryana Police has seized 7080 Indian Made Foreign Liquor bottles packed in 590 cartoons from two vehicles with Dak Parcel written on them in Sonipat district. The liquor was being smuggled from Chandigarh to Uttar Pradesh. Two persons were also arrested in this connection. In the first case, a police team acting on a tip-off, impounded a container bearing Delhi registration number near Bhainswal village and seized 4440 Bottles (370 Cartons) of IMFL. In another incident, the police had recovered 2640 IMFL Bottles (220 Cartons) from a pick-up vehicle parked within the Badota village area in the district. A case was registered against the accused and further investigation is in progress.

    Goons try to loot police team; arrested

    Haryana Police has arrested three persons who had tried to loot a police team during routine patrolling in Panipat district. The police had also seized a countrymade pistol and two sticks from their possession. Arrested accused are identified as Ankit of Shamli in Uttar Pradesh, Vikas of Lakhimpur in Uttar Pradesh presently residing in Sonipat and Sandeep of Nangal Kalan, Sonipat. Primary probe reveals that accused were also involved in a blind murder incident in Delhi, last year and five cases of oil theft from refinery pipe lines in Sonipat, Rohtak and Rewari. They were continuously changing their hideouts to evade arrest.

    280 constables inducted in Haryana Police after POP at Madhuban

    Haryana DGP, Sh. Manoj Yadava called upon the newly inducted constables to dedicatedly discharge their duties as their responsibility towards the society and in the interest of the nation increases after becoming a part of the police force. Of the 280 recruits of this batch - 219 male and 61 female - took the oath in the colourful ceremonial parade after successfully completing their basic training.The DGP also honored Constable Geeta Rani, Constable Monika and Constable Sangeeta for securing first, second and third positions in training respectively.

    Most wanted criminal with bounty of Rs 25000 arrested

    The STF of Haryana Police has succeeded in arresting a most wanted criminal carrying a reward of Rs 25,000 from district Sonipat. To evade arrest, the most wanted criminal regularly changed his hideouts in places like Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi and Gurugram. The arrested accused has been identified as Karamvir, R/o Tihar Malik district Sonepat. The arrested criminal alongwith his associates had killed a resident of Mirzapur Khedi village in the police station Baroda area in 2012. The court had declared him a proclaimed offender in 2012. The accused arrested has been produced in the court and sent to judicial custody. Further investigation is underway.

    12720 bottles of liquor en route Gujarat seized, driver held

    Haryana Police has confiscated a consignment of 1060 cartons (12720 bottles) of Indian Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL) from a container truck being smuggled on rice invoice from Chandigarh to Gujarat in Rewari district. One person was also arrested in this connection. The driver failed to produce any permit or licence of the seized contraband. Arrested accused was identified as Sukhjinder Singh, a resident of Taran Taran district in Punjab. The police have filed a case under relevant sections of the Excise Act and Indian Penal Code. Further probe is underway.

    No place for drug abuse & illicit trafficking in Haryana: DGP Manoj Yadava

    While accentuating on a united fight against the drug menace, the DGP, Haryana, Sh. Manoj Yadava said that Haryana Police is working on a 'proactive' approach to weed-out drug abuse and illicit trafficking across the State. In a message issued on the eve of ‘International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking’ , the DGP said that the day is observed annually on June 26 to raise awareness about the major problem that illicit drugs poses to society as well as strengthen global action and cooperation to achieve the goal of drug free society. Our field units including the STF have dismantled the potential supply of almost all types of narcotics into the State with the seizure of whopping 22.5 Tonnes of drugs in 2020.

    Union Minister compliments Haryana Police for Passport verification

    Union Minister for External Affairs, Sh. S. Jaishankar lauded the Haryana Police for exemplary performance in prompt disposal of Passport verification work in the state. DGP Haryana, Sh. Manoj Yadava informed that on the occasion of Passport Sewa Diwas, the Union Minister appreciated the Haryana Police in the passport verification exercise. Our joint efforts and personal monitoring played a vital role in this entire exercise. The DGP also congratulated ADGP CID Sh. Alok Mittal for successfully coordinating with concerned Regional Passport offices and all district SPs for ensuring prompt and accurate verification of passport applications.

    Haryana Police takes lead in Covid vaccination drive

    Taking a lead in anti Covid shots, Haryana Police have vaccinated 90 per cent of the force for the first dose and 65 per cent for the second dose since the launch of inoculation drive for front line workers in the state. It is worth mentioning that the vaccination drive for police personnel - who have been kept in the frontline workers category - started on February 4, 2021. DGP Haryana Sh. Manoj Yadava encouraged the Police officers and Jawans by volunteering to get vaccinated first among the force. As a result, so far 53924 officers and Jawans have got the first anti Covid shot and more than 38988 were given both doses.

    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.

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