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    64 kg Marijuana recovered from Palwal

    In Palwal district, an anti-vehicle theft team got a tip-off that two persons were heading towards village Utawar in a car alongwith drugs. On receiving the information, police put up barricades and intercepted the vehicle. Search of the car led to the recovery of 54.45 Kg Marijuana. Two persons identified as Majlis and Waseem, both residents of district Nuh were arrested. Initial investigations revealed that arrested accused along with their aides bring consignment from Odisha for supply in neighboring districts. In a separate case, sleuths of CIA in Palwal during a raid had arrested Bishamber, R/o Sira in Uttar Pradesh after 10.30 Kg of marijuana was recovered from his possession. One of his aides managed to escape who has been identified and will be behind bars shortly. Arrested accused revealed that he alongwith his aide had brought marijuana from a resident of Kakha village in Rajasthan.

    500 Kg Poppy Husk recovered from Jind

    Haryana Police has seized 500 Kg Poppy Husk from Jind district. Police has also arrested one person in this connection. A team of CIA in Jind got a tip-off that huge consignment of narcotics was placed on a canal track between Ujhana and Neppewala village. On receiving this information, the police team immediately rushed to the spot and recovered 500 kg poppy husk. Arrested person identified as Mohit. Initial investigations revealed that accused had kept the drug consignment near village Ujhana, where in-law of her sister resides. A canter driver from Madhya Pradesh unloaded seized contraband and arrested accused supposed to supply it in Punjab.

    Haryana Police cautions retired government personnel regarding cyber crime threat

    Haryana Police has issued an advisory requesting citizens especially the recently retired government employees not to share any personal information with any unknown person or caller as this may result in financial defrauding on the pretext of post retirement benefits. Cautioning people to be aware of such scammers, ADGP L & O, Mr N S Virk said that a new trend of cyber crime has come to the fore in which fraudsters have started targeting the retired government officers/officials with an aim to dupe them on the pretext of post retirement pension benefits taking advantage of lockdown restrictions. Such scammers believe that the retired government personnel may not be tech savvy and can be easily cheated.

    Haryana Police seizes 5 kg Opium and 35 kg Charas, one held

    STF of Haryana Police arrested an accused in drug smuggling and recovered 5 kg Opium and 35 kg Charas. Market value of this contraband is around Rs.1 Crore. Arrested accused identified as Vijay a resident of village Bhawar district Sonipat. A case under NDPS Act registered and further investigation is underway.

    8 Year Old Girl Influenced by Teenage Police, (TAP) Sent e-mail to Commissioner of Police

    Commissioner of Police Faridabad received an email on July 29, 2020 in which an 8-year-old girl Tanishka expressed her desire to get more information about Teen Age Police (TAP). Commissioner were very happy to see this email and assured to help children for any kind of problem.The girl wrote, the students of her age are also harassed by classmates or elder students. In such a case they report the case to the teacher. If there is no solution, they also inform their parents and Principal. After TAP establishment, we hope it will be helpful for children like her. Tanishka's parents are lawyers by profession and have promised that they will voluntarily help TAP in whatever way they need their help. Police Commissioner assured to get the Outreach Officers posted in every Police Station to help Teenagers as well as children of her age group

    Warm send-off accorded to Haryana CID Chief

    As a mark of respect and recognition, Haryana Police have accorded a warm send-off to Sh. Anil Kumar Rao, IPS, who retired on 31-07-2020 on attaining the age of superannuation after putting in over 32 years of service in various capacities. In his honour, a farewell meeting was organized at Police Officers Mess, Moginand, Panchkula, which was attended by Director General of Police, Haryana, Mr Manoj Yadava, DG SVB Mr P.K. Agrawal, DGP Crime Mr Mohd. Akil, ADGP CID Mr Alok Mittal, ADGP Admin & IT Mr A.S. Chawla, ADGP (L & O) Mr N S Virk, CP Panchkula Mr Saurabh Singh and other senior officers of the Police.The DGP Mr Manoj Yadava and all other officers congratulated Mr Rao for having a successful career and wished him a happy and healthy post-retirement life.

    Private Security Agency licensees figure crosses 1000 mark in Haryana

    Haryana Police has granted licenses to over 1000 Private Security Agencies while 137 licenses have been renewed after the enactment of the Private Security Agencies Regulation Act (PSARA) 2009, in the country. The Private Security Agency (Regulation) Act (PSARA), 2005 (29 of 2005), was enacted and notified by the Central Govt. on 15.03.2006, to regulate the working of the private security agencies in the country. Haryana Govt. has further made rules regulating the grant or renewal of licenses under the act. ADGP (L & O), Mr N. S. Virk, who is also holding the charge of Controlling Authority to grant licenses to Private Security Agencies, said that objective of the act was to fulfil the growing demand of security guards in the country in a regulated manner, and also to provide avenues of employment to our youth. Moreover, a database of private security workforce in the state is also maintained and police uses them as force multiplier to maintain public order in the state.

    Police NGOs/ORs near retirement may be posted in home districts

    In yet another welfare measure to boost the morale of Police Officers and Jawans, Haryana Police has decided that now onwards Police officials’ upto the rank of Inspector may be posted at the place of their choice including in their home districts six months before attaining the age of superannuation. Earlier, there was provision of posting them in home ranges six months prior to retirement. DGP, Haryana, Mr Manoj Yadava said that the new facility has been extended with the objective to enable a person about to retire to be posted at a particular place of his choice after years of dedicated service. This decision will go a long way in providing more help and assistance to the police personnel in the time of need. However, Inspectors would not be posted as Station House Officer/Incharge Police Post.

    400 probationary sub-inspectors pass out from HPA Madhuban

    Passing out parade of the 16th batch of Probationary Sub-Inspectors (P/SI) was organized at the Haryana Police Academy (HPA) in Madhuban. At the passing out parade, a total of 400 Probationary Sub-Inspectors, including 56 women, took part. This batch comprises 50 Post Graduates, 198 Graduates and 152 Graduates in professional courses. Haryana CM Sh. Manohar Lal honoured the occasion as Chief Guest. On this occasion CM Haryana rewarded exemplary Probationers scoring 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th position. DGP Haryana Sh. Manoj Yadava, IPS while addressing the gathering, informed that HPA has trained 2.50 lakh cops including foreign trainees so far.

    Sustained efforts by Hisar Range police led to 60% more NDPS catches

    Haryana Police, in Hisar Range, has recorded an increase of more than 60 percent FIRs filed under NDPS Act during first six months of 2020 as compared to the same period of 2019. The number of persons arrested in this connection had also registered an increase of over 50 per cent. A strict vigil over the drug-peddlers also led to the recovery of 3003 kg drugs in Hisar Range comprising Hisar, Jind, Sirsa, Fatehabad and Police district Hansi.

    Haryana Police solve gold loan firm robbery case, five arrests

    Haryana Police have cracked a Dacoity case in which Gold Ornaments worth over Rs 2 crore and Rs 2 lakh cash were looted from a private gold finance company office located at Bhima Goda chowk on Sunauli road in Panipat. Out of which police has recovered 81.310 Gm Gold and Rs 52.25 Lakh cash. Besides, three country-made pistols, a swift car, and a bike used in the crime were also seized from the possession of arrested accused. The DGP Haryana had announced a reward of Rs 2 lakh for any information leading to arrest of the accused in this case.

    Smack worth Rs 1.75 crore seized in Jind, one arrested

    In one of the biggest drug haul, Haryana Police have seized 1.875 Kg Smack worth Rs 1.75 Crore from the possession of a person in Jind district. Arrested accused was identified as Mohammad Safi, a resident of Mahmoodabad, district Sitapur, Uttar Pradesh. The crackdown was made by a CIA team following a secret input. During preliminary interrogation, it was revealed that smack was brought from Uttar Pradesh and was to be supplied in Jind and adjoining areas.

    Haryana Police crack Chautala double murder in 20 hours

    Haryana Police has cracked a double murder case within 20 hours which took place in Chautala village on the intervening night of July 20 and 21. Police have arrested one accused in this connection while two of his associates were caught by Pilibanga Police in Rajasthan. It was reported to Thana Sadar Dabwali that some unidentified motorcycle borne miscreants had shot dead Mukesh Kumar and Jai Parkash in Chautala village and escaped from the spot. A case was registered against the accused and produced before the court which remanded him 4-day police custody for intensive interrogation. Police teams are constantly conducting raids to arrest the remaining accused. Further probe is underway in this case.

    Haryana Police seizes 619 Kg Marijuana in Palwal

    In a major crackdown, Haryana Police has seized 619.45 Kg Marijuana (Ganja) from a canter in district Palwal. Two persons were also arrested in this connection. Arrested accused were identified as Deepak, R/o village Silothi and Sukhdev of Mahrana in Uttar Pradesh. Initial investigations revealed that accused had brought seized contraband from Orissa for supply in Palwal. A case to this effect has been registered under NDPS Act and a thorough probe is underway to find out the involvement of others.

    Haryana Police seize 100 kg poppy husk from a farm

    Stepping up vigil against smuggling of drugs, Haryana Police have arrested a person on the charges of possessing drugs and recovered 100 Kg Poppy Husk from him in Karnal district. Acting on a tip off, a team of Anti-Narcotic Cell conducted a raid at a farm belonging to Manjit Singh alias Foji, a resident of village Kachwa. When searched, police found 100 Kg Poppy Husk worth Rs 4 lakh from his Farm. A case under NDPS Act has been registered against him and further investigation is underway. Suppliers of drugs will be arrested very soon.

    Haryana Police seizes 11.5 tonnes drugs during first half of 2020

    In line with the government’s commitment to make Haryana a completely drug-free state, Police have intensified heat on drug-peddlers that resulted in the seizure of a whopping 11.5 tonnes of narcotics during first half of 2020 from across the State. This year, till June, the Police have filed a total of 1343 cases under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, in which 1821 people were arrested on the charges of peddling and possession of drugs.

    Haryana Police busts 117 criminal gangs during first half of 2020

    After a massive state-wide crackdown on notorious criminals to check the crime graph, Haryana Police, during first half of 2020, have busted 117 Criminal Gangs which were active in the state and suspected to be responsible for various Heinous Crimes like Dacoity, Robbery, Burglary, Theft among other crimes. Police has busted 117 dreaded criminal gangs including 3 involved in Dacoity, 11 in Robbery, 23 in Burglary, 43 in Theft and 37 others engaged in various other criminal activities in the State. As a result 633 criminal cases have been successfully worked out with the arrest of 409 gang members between January and June 2020. Apart from this, stolen properties worth Rs 346.80 lakh were also recovered from apprehended members

    Crime, kidnapping and murder all declined in first half of 2020

    The number of heinous crimes including murder, attempt to murder, dacoity, robbery, kidnapping for ransom in Haryana shows a decline in the first half of 2020. The overall crimes fell by 3.75 percent as 49,978 cases under IPC were reported between January and June 2020 as against 51928 cases during the corresponding period of 2019. As many as 84.63% cases of murder, 100% of culpable homicide, 91.75% of attempt to murder, 97.66% of hurt and 83.59% of kidnapping/abduction were successfully worked out in first 6 months of 2020.

    Three close aides of wanted gangster Vikas Dubey arrested from Faridabad.

    Haryana Police have arrested three close aides of dreaded wanted gangster Vikas Dubey from Faridabad. Police have also recovered 2 9mm pistols snatched from UP police, 2 country made pistols, and 44 cartridges from their possession. The arrested accused were identified as Kartikey alias Prabhat, a resident of district Kanpur (UP), Ankur and Shravan, both natives of district Kanpur presently reside in Faridabad. During the course of the raid, three close aides tried to escape the spot while firing at police teams but were arrested. A case under relevant sections of IPC has been registered against them at Kheripul police station.

    Haryana Police caution people against phishing emails promising COVID-19 treatment refund

    Haryana Police have issued an advisory requesting citizens to beware of phishing emails received from unknown or untrusted sources promising free COVID-19 treatment or reimbursement as this could lead to cheating, as spread of the coronavirus had also seen a spike in cyber attacks in the country. The cybercriminal gangs are exploiting the given situation and uncertainty generated by the COVID-19 pandemic to target individuals and businesses. To persuade users to disclose personal information, such scammers could impersonate authorities that have been tasked to oversee Government assistance for COVID-19 treatment.

    Over 10 kg Opium seized in Haryana, three held

    CIA Fatehabad has arrested three persons and seized 10 kg of Opium worth lakhs of rupees from their possession. Arrested accused were identified as Akash chopra and Buta Singh R/o Kanganpura district Sirsa and Brahmjit R/o Khairpur District Sirsa. A case under relevant sections of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act has been registered against them and further investigation is under progress.

    Haryana Police seizes 552 kg drugs in Fatehabad, 286 arrested

    Continuing with its crackdown on drug peddlers, Haryana Police has confiscated over 552 Kg narcotics worth crores of rupees in Fatehabad district during the last six months i.e. from January to June 2020. Police have also arrested 286 accused by registering 162 cases under NDPS Act. Large quantity of drugs including 5.75 kg of Heroin, 13.18 Kg Opium, 514.69 Kg Poppy Husk, 18.42 Kg Ganja and 225 Opium plants were seized from the possession of arrested accused. In addition, police teams have also recovered 53345 tablets/capsules and 82 bottle syrups, fallen under the category of prohibited medicines.

    Strict Action against Pro-Khalistan Group

    Taking a strong note of the recorded telephonic message purportedly released by a New York based pro-Khalistan group the Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), the Director General of Police (DGP), Haryana Sh. Manoj Yadava stated that Haryana Police will take appropriate action against him under the relevant provisions of the law. As per initial investigations, the DGP said that it appeared that a New York based citizen, identified as Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, had made recorded telephonic messages to the people of State. The above person had intentionally tried to spread mischievous and unsubstantiated information, disturb the peace and brotherhood among the people of both the States. Any attempt by him to disturb the peace would not be tolerated.

    HARYANA POLICE ADVISORY: Don’t get cheated by online fraudsters, be alert using rent payment apps

    Haryana Police had issued an advisory requesting citizens to verify credentials of the rent payment apps before initiating any online payment process as cyber fraudsters may try to siphon off funds from bank accounts using these platforms. A new trend of cyber crime came to the fore after online apps facilitated rent transfer using credit/debit cards. The rent payment apps like NoBroker Pay, CRED, RentPayment, which are in significant demand, allow tenants to pay rent directly to the landlord account using credit or debit card by charging convenience fees.

    1700 arrested under NDPS Act in Sirsa in last 19 months

    Haryana Police have arrested 1700 accused under NDPS Act during the past 19 months in Sirsa district alone. During the past 19 months, Police has registered 1015 cases and arrested 1700 accused on the charges of drug peddling in Sirsa, where a huge quantity of narcotics worth crores of rupees had been confiscated under a special drive to nail drug peddlers. 15.25 Heroin, 3641.33 Kg Poppy Husk, 53.87 Kg Opium, 35.20 Kg Ganja, 8,81,980 Tablets fallen under the category of prohibited medicine and over 1.54 lakh prohibited capsules were seized from the possession of arrested accused between November 24, 2018 and June 25, 2020. The special drive is in line with the governments commitment to make Haryana a drug-free state.

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