Delhi Police constable amongst three held for cattle smuggling in Gurugram : The Tribune India | All Tech Sir

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Gurugram, January 14

Nuh police arrested three folks, together with a head constable of Delhi Police, allegedly concerned in cattle smuggling. Two cows and a Tata Ace automotive have been recovered from their possession. All three have been produced earlier than a metropolis court docket which despatched them to judicial custody, police mentioned on Saturday.

In line with the police, the arrested accused have been recognized as Amit Kumar, a resident of Mitraon in Delhi, Yogesh Kumar Meena, a local of Sawai Madhopur district in Rajasthan and Aamir, a resident of Cheela village in Nuh district. The accused Yogesh Kumar Meena is head constable of Delhi Police and is posted at Mohan Backyard police station, Dwarka, the police mentioned.

Police mentioned on Wednesday evening a group of Sadar police station, Tauru, led by sub inspector Hardev Singh bought details about the cattle smugglers. The police put up a barricade and stopped the Tata Ace car of the smugglers close to Bhajlaka village. After seeing the police, the accused tried to flee after leaving their automotive with two cows tied up. Quickly the police caught the accused.

An FIR was registered towards the accused beneath Part 5/13 (2), 17 of the Haryana Gauvansh Sanrakshan and Gausamvardhan Act, 2015 on the Sadar Tauru police station on Wednesday.

“The arrested accused was produced within the metropolis court docket and despatched to judicial custody whereas the 2 cows have been despatched to the gaushala. Additional investigation is underway,” mentioned Inspector Arvind Kumar, SHO of Sadar Tauru police station.

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