Wanted gangster Sube Singh arrested at IGI Airport
The Haryana Police on Saturday revealed that they were successful in capturing the needed criminal Sube Singh Gurjjar, 32, from the Indira Gandhi International Airport.
Gurjjar was a gangster who was needed in excess of hundred criminal cases that included murder, attempt to murder and extortion in Gurugram, Delhi and Rewari. The police had proclaimed a compensation of Rs.7.60 lakh for data that prompted Singh's capture.
“We had been monitoring him for the last many months. He was shifting his hideouts from one place to another-- in Chennai, Alwar in Rajasthan, Patna in Bihar and Visakhapatnam. We had been close to arresting him too, but he evaded us. We got to know Gujjar would be arriving from Goa and a team was sent to arrest him outside the airport,” said Balan.
Special task force inspector Varun Dahiya said that since Gujjar had changed his look completely and also reduced weight, it became tough to distinguish him.
“It was a big challenge to get a hold of him. We managed to follow him outside the airport and caught hold of him before he could board a cab. He was alone and had ₹3,000 on him,” he said.
Source : Hindustan times
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