CHANDIGARH POLICE BRIEF & OTHER NEWS DATED

21.03.2019

One arrested for consuming liquor at public place

One case U/S 68-1(B) Punjab Police Act 2007 & 510 IPC has been registered in PS-26, Chandigarh against one person who was arrested while consuming liquor at public place on 20.03.2019. This drive will be continuing in future, the general public is requested for not breaking the law.

Action against Gambling/Satta

Chandigarh Police arrested Anish R/o # 754/B, EWS Colony, Village- Dhanas, Chandigarh and Aklesh R/o # 1068/A, EWS Colony, Village- Dhanas, Chandigarh while they were gambling in front of Jwala Mukhi Mandir, EWS Colony, Village- Dhanas, Chandigarh on 20.03.2019. Total cash Rs. 14,000/- were recovered from them. In this regard, a case FIR No. 37, U/S 13-3-67 Gambling Act has been registered in PS-Sarangpur, Chandigarh. Later they were released on bail. Investigation of the case is in progress.

One arrested for possessing illegal liquor

Chandigarh Police arrested Satya Parkash R/o # 328, Vikas Nagar, Mauli Jagran, Chandigarh from near Community Centre, Vikas Nagar, Mauli Jagran, Chandigarh while illegally possessing 24 bottles of English wine on 20.01.2019. A case FIR No. 46, U/S 61-1-14 Excise Act has been registered in PS-Mauli Jagran, Chandigarh. Investigation of the case is in progress.

Burglary

Krishan Kumar Garg R/o # 3298, Maloya Colony, Chandigarh alleged that unknown person stolen away some cash and other things after broken lock of his Kiryana Store at Citco Shed No. 9, near stadium, Maloya Colony, Chandigarh on night intervening dated 19/20.03.2019. A case FIR No. 39, U/S 380, 457 IPC has been registered in PS-Maloya, Chandigarh. Investigation of the case is in progress.

Attempt to Burglary

Smt. Charanjit Kaur, Asst. Manager of Oriental Bank of Commerce, Sector-26, Chandigarh alleged that unknown person try to robbed after broken the ATM machine of Oriental Bank of Commerce, Sector-26, Chandigarh on night intervening dated 18/19.03.2019. A case FIR No. 61, U/S 380, 457, 511 IPC has been registered in PS-26, Chandigarh. Investigation of the case is in progress.

Theft

Prem Chand R/o # H-367, HMT Colony, Pinjore, Haryana reported that unknown person stolen away complainant’s E-Rikshaw No. HR/3/TMP/2018118744 from hotel Dana Pani near Railway Fatak, Manimajra, Chandigarh on night intervening 30/31.01.2019. A case FIR No. 40, U/S 379 IPC has been registered in PS-MM, Chandigarh. Investigation of the case is in progress.

Cheating

Saroj Kumar R/o # 1236, Sector-43, Chandigarh reported that unknown person cheated Rs. 105,000/- from complainant’s account using debit card in between September, 2018 to till month. A case FIR No. 68, U/S 420 IPC has been registered in PS-36, Chandigarh. Investigation of the case is in progress.

Quarrel

Deepak R/o # 1491, Sector-45, Village- Burail, Chandigarh alleged that Chander Pal quarreled and beaten complainant in market, Sector-30, Chandigarh on 19.03.2019. Complainant and his brother-in-law Giriraj got injured got injured and admitted in GMCH-32, Chandigarh. A case FIR No. 79, U/S 323, 336, 341 IPC has been registered in PS-Indst. Area, Chandigarh. Investigation of the case is in progress.

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Chandigarh,21.03.2019

Increasing of burglary, snatching & MV Theft incidents in PS area

Keeping in view of the increasing of burglary, snatching & MV Theft incidents in PS area, a special team was constituted for the prevention and detection of crime especially burglary, MV theft & snatching incidents. The Special team did commendable job by arresting 03 accused namely Charan Kamal Singh Saini S/o Iqbal Singh R/o # 1387/3 Ragho Majra Distt. Patiala, age 29 yrs, Tajinderpal Singh S/o Sukhwinderpal Singh R/o # 637 Street No. 12 Manjit Nagar, Ludhiana, Punjab Age 29 yrs and Amrinder Singh S/o Pal Singh R/o VPO Nizampur Distt. Ludhiana, Punjab Age 28 yrs. With the arrest of these accused Case FIR no. 69 dt. 20.3.19 u/s 380, 454 IPC, PS 36, Chandigarh has been Worked out within 24 hours.

The facts of case are that the above said case was registered on the complaint of Owais Mushtaq S/o Mushtaq Ahmed R/o H no 107 Vill Kajheri Sec 52 Chd age 25 yrs in which he reported that on 20.3.19 in the morning he went for morning walk and when he came back ,found that some unknown person had broken the lock of his house and stolen his wallet containing Rs-20000/- and Some documents i.e passbooks of various banks ,RC , DL, Aadhar Card, ATMs etc. from his house

During the course of investigation the stolen property has been recovered from their possession. During the interrogation of accused it has been revealed that the accused are drug addicts and they recently escaped from D-addiction Centre, Patiala, Punjab to fulfil their lust of consume drugs. Due to that they started committing thefts and other such types of crimes.

Modus Operandi:-

The modus Operandi of these accused is that they first used to book a room in the hotel and make racce in the nearest locality specially PG and rented house. They targeted the locked houses and commit thefts.

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Chandigarh,22.2.2019

NAKKAS

Keeping in view the spurt in incidence of snatching and vehicle theft cases, senior officers has issued special directions and instructions to curb and detect this crime. Working on the directions of the senior officers, on 20.3.2019, acting on secret information a team of Police Station-34 Chandigarh led by SI Juldan Singh, I/c Police Post Burail Chandigarh laid down naka in Sector-45 Chandigarh under the supervision of SHO Police Station-34 Chandigarh. During Naka Duty two youths riding on Red/Blue Colour splendor Motor Cycle No. CH01AA-5638, were apprehended from naka Sector-45 Chandigarh.

During their interrogation accused Ramzan Ali S/o Abdul Sattar R/o # 1751 Village Burail Chandigarh age 22 years and accused Imran Khan @ Bhani S/o Salim Mohd. R/o # 1753 Village Burail Chandigarh Age 18 Years has been arrested. With the arrest of these accused Case FIR No. 64 dated 13.03.2019, U/S 379,356,411 IPC Police Station-34 Chandigarh has been worked out and Snatched Cell Phone and Motor Cycle used for committing crime have been recovered from them.

Both the accused were produced before the Hon’ble Court and sent to judicial remand on 21.3.2019.

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CHALLANS

Chandigarh,22.03.19-On the eve of Holi Festival, Chandigarh Police conducted special drive against drunken driving, overspeeding, without helmets, triple riding and other traffic violations in the city.

During this drive, total 1308 violators have been challaned for various traffic offences and total 337 vehicles have been impounded. The description of the same is as under:-

S.

No.

Offence

Challans

1.

Without Helmet

863

2.

Triple Riding

149

3.

Drunken Driving

130

On the eve of Holi festival during this special checking, driving licences of approx. 200 drivers will be recommended for suspension for the violations of drunken driving, speeding, red light jump and use of mobile phone while driving. Further, during this year upto 21.3.2019, more than 1657 cases for suspension on driving license have been recommended by Chandigarh Traffic police.

It is pertinent to mention that during this year upto 21.3.2019, 1269 offenders have been booked for the violation of drunken driving.

As per Section 185 of Motor Vehicle Act, 1988, offender of drunken driving shall be punishable for the first offence with imprisonment for a term which may extend to six months, or with fine which may extend to two thousand rupees, or with both.

Further, as per Section 20 (2) of MV Act, 1988, drunken driving offender’s driving license shall be disqualified for period of not less than six months.

As per Section 22(2) of Motor Vehicle Act, 1988, if a person, having been previously convicted of an offence punishable under Section 185 is again convicted of an offence punishable under that section, the Court, making such subsequent conviction shall, by order, cancel the Driving Licence held by such person.

Chandigarh Police appeals to the general public to please follow traffic rules and regulations for their own safety.