PRESS BULLETN 22-4-2008 One held under Arms Act :- Welcome police arrested one Jahid, 26 year R/o Distt. Hathras, UP, under Arms Act yesterday. According to DCP/North-East, the accused arrested with a loaded country made pistol from the area of Welcome colony. He has earlier involved in one murder case of Shahdara and hurt case of Krishna Nagar area. Public help is sought in identifying the bodies :- New Delhi Railway police have sought public help in identifying the following bodies :1. A male, aged around 35/40 year, Ht. 5’6”, long face, sallow complexion, thin built, wearing red check shirt, found on 17-4-08. 2. A male, aged around 30/35 year, Ht. 5’5”, long face, sallow complexion, strong built, found on 17.4.08. 3. A male, aged around 24/25 year, Ht. 5’5”, round face, medium built, a cut mark on right side of stomach, wearing jeans and shirt, found on 16-4-08. Old Delhi Railway police have sought public help in identifying the following bodies :1. A male, aged around 25/30 year, Ht. 5’8”, wheatish complexion, oval face, wearing white half slip checked shirt and grey pants, found on 17-4-08. 2. A male, aged around 55/60 year, Ht. 5’6”, sallow complexion, thin built, wearing lungi and shirt, found on 17-4-08. Hazarat Nizamuddin Railway police have sought public help in identifying the body of a male, aged around 65/70 year, Ht. about 5’4”, long face, thin built, wearing only white dhoti, found on 18-4-08. ****** 22.4.2008. SENSATIONAL MURDER WORKED OUT- TWO ARRESTED On 21/04/08 at about 7:30 hrs, a charred body of an unidentified person, aged about 30-35 years, was found in a secluded corner below the common staircase in DG-III Block of Vikas Puri. The feet of the dead body were tied. Since the body had been burnt, it was apparent that the assailants had tried to not only conceal the identity of the deceased but also destroy the evidence with a view to evade arrest and let the police grope in the dark. In these circumstances, a case FIR No. 113/08, was registered at PS Vikas Puri on 21-04-08, u/s 302 / 201 IPC at PS Vikaspuri. THE TEAM A Team headed by Sh. A. K. Lall, ACP Punjabi Bagh, SHO Vikas Puri and others was formed to solve this gruesome murder which had sent panic waves among the local residents. The first and foremost task of the team was to establish the identity of the deceased so that further clues about identity of the criminals could be gathered. The location of the crime spot was such that no outsider could dare to commit such an offence at this spot which led the police to conclude that this crime must have been committed by someone who is either a resident of this locality or has access to any of the house in the locality. Thorough enquiry was conducted in the DG-III Block of Vikaspuri and every household was questioned. During the course of enquiry, it was revealed that a young boy of ill repute used to visit house No. DG-III/98, Vikaspuri i.e. the house just above the crime spot. Sh. R. K. Verma, a resident of the same block revealed that H.No. DG-III/98 was lying locked for the last 5/6 years. This aroused the suspicion of the police. The police managed to open H. No. DG-III/98 and was surprised to find therein blood spots and signs of scuffle. Some fresh foot prints were also noticed. The next task of the police now was to find out whereabouts of the owner of the flat No. DG-III/98 so that it could be known who was having access to this flat. The hard work of the police team paid dividends and it was learnt that one Ramrati @ Rama widow of Late Jai Parkash r/o Nehru Vihar, Timarpur and Gajender Singh s/o Khetal Singh r/o Nehru Vihar, Timarpur had access to this flat. Teams were dispatched to several parts of Delhi. And the police team was finally able to nab above named Ramrati @ Rama and Gajender Singh from Timarpur area of North Delhi. On sustained interrogation, both of them confessed having committed this crime and further disclosed that the deceased was Prem Raj, brother-inlaw(Devar) of Ramrati @ Rama who not only objected to illicit relations between Ramrati and Gajender Singh but also threatened to expose them among all relatives. THE MOTIVE The deceased Prem Raj, who was working with Car Showroom in Peeragarhi area, had objections to the illicit relations between accused Gajender Singh and Ramrati @ Rama. He was eliminated by the duo so that there illicit affair could continue smoothly without any chance of getting exposed. THE PLAN AND IT’S EXECUTION On sustained interrogation, the accused revealed that on 20/04/08, when Prem Raj contacted Ramrati, as per plan of Gajender and Ramrati, she called Prem Raj in DG-III/98 and once inside the house, Ramrati give him sleeping pills mixed in lassi, which she had brought with her as per their plan. When Prem Raj went dozing off under the influence of sleeping pills, Gajender Singh entered the house and killed him with a knife. After committing murder, the duo left the dead body in the flat and came back home but they decided to return to DG-III/98 as they thought that if the dead body remained in DG-III/98, they could be caught since foul smell would soon start emitting from the body and they were the only ones having access to this flat. So, they came back to DG_III / 98 late in the night, took the body out of the flat and placed it in one of the secluded corner below the staircase. Subsequently, they burnt it by pouring petrol. The identity of the deceased has been established with the help of his relatives further investigations are on. ( SHARAD AGARWAL) Dy. Commissioner of Police West District, Delhi PRESS RELEASE NORTH DISTRICT 22nd April 2008 DUPLICATE CLUTCH AND PRESSURE PLATES OF TATA MOTORS COMPANY WORTH LACS OF RUPEES RECOVERED : ONE ARRESTED With the arrest of Sonu, aged 25 years s/o Fateh Shree r/o 107, Gali No. 7, A Block, Shastri Park, Delhi, North District police has busted a racket involved in manufacturing and sale of duplicate clutch and pressure plates of TATA Motors and recovered 210 clutch plates and pressure plates worth lacs of rupees of Tata Motors from their possession. TEAM AND THE INCIDENT A team consisting of SI Suneel Kumar, DIU/North, HC Hansraj, HC Nempal, and Ct Hawa Singh was constituted under the close supervision of Sh. S. S. Malik, ACP/Operations/North District, Delhi. A specific information was received that one Zakir s/o Akhtar is involved in the manufacturing / dealing and selling of spurious/counterfeit automotive parts purportedly manufactured by M/s Tata Motors Ltd in Chabi Ganj, Kashmere Gate area of North District. The information was further developed and at about 4.15 PM on 21-04-2008 the police team of DIU/North District conducted a raid at shop No. 766, Chabi Ganj, Kashmere Gate, Delhi and apprehended one person namely Sonu who was fixing duplicate stamp of TATA on the plates. The search of the premises was conducted and 210 duplicate clutch plates and pressure plates of Tata Motors were recovered from the shop. A case under Copy Right Act was registered at PS Kashmere Gate and the investigation was taken up. INVESTIGATION AND THE INTERROGATION During sustained interrogation, accused Sonu disclosed that the premises belongs to one Zakir and he is employed with him for last six months and is indulging in the illegal manufacturing of TATA Motors products. These products are thereafter sold in the retail market in Kashmere Gate itself. Further investigation / interrogation is in progress and efforts are on to arrest the main accused. RECOVERY 1. 210 clutch plates and pressure plates of TATA Motors (DEVESH CHANDRA SRIVASTVA) DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLCE, NORTH DISTRICT, DELHI PRESS RELEASE ECONOMIC OFFENCES WING CRIME BRANCH 22th APRIL 2008 Total 9241 NCERT duplicate books of classes 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th of various subjects were recovered. The raid was conducted on a specific information / complaint of sale of duplicate NCERT BOOKS. The officials of NCERT accompanied the raiding party. The recovery was made from shop cum godown of Naresh Kumar & Anand Kumar in the locality of Ansari Road, Darya Ganj, Delhi. In this case Naresh Kumar of Hiteshi Publishers was arrested under Copy Right Act and Anand Kumar of Anand Book Depot is absconding. The raid was conducted by IPR Section of Economic Offences Wing, Crime Branch, New Delhi. [ S.B.K. SINGH ] ADDL. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE ECONOMIC OFFENCES WING, CRIME BRANCH, NEW DELHI.