-Accused in jail for robbery, theft and fraud cases
-Police were preparing for one month to crack down on miscreants
With the start of the new year, Uttarakhand Police has opened its bundle of good work on Wednesday. By registering 16 cases simultaneously, gangsters have been imposed on 54 masters of ‘world of crime’. These 54 accused are on charges of robbery, chain robbery, and fraud.
The police had been preparing for this action for a month. Gangster lawsuits have been lodged in police stations overnight after permission from the Collector. Deputy Inspector General of Police Arun Mohan Joshi had ordered action under the Gangster Act against gangsters, dacoits, robbers, liquor, drug smugglers, cheating in the name of capital investment, to form a gang on criminals.
The deadline of 30 December was given to prepare the letter of the gangster. SP City Shweta Choubey and SP Dehat Pramendra Doval took all day and night to complete all the press releases of gangsters in their police station areas.
On Tuesday, duly permission was obtained from the District Magistrate regarding this letter of gangsters. After DM’s permission, a case under gangster has been registered on the first offense number in most police stations across the district on Tuesday night. The police have filed a running report by registering 16 cases under the Gangster Act.
Action has been taken under the Gangster Act to prevent professional criminals from coming out of jail. All these criminals commit crimes by forming gangs. This creates an atmosphere of fear in the society. Action has been taken by marking 54 criminals in various crimes by preparing an action plan. It is difficult to get bail for the criminals of the Gangster Act. This success has been achieved only due to the preparations going on since one month.
-Arun Mohan Joshi, Deputy Inspector General of Police