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30 hours after he crushed DSP to death in Haryana, truck driver held in Rajasthan | India News


GURGAON: After 30 hours and an equal number of raids, Haryana Police teams have tracked down the main accused in the murder of a 59-year-old man DSP to a village in Rajasthanof Bharatpur on Wednesday night.
Shabir alias Mittar, who crushed DSP Surender Singh Bushnoi to death at an illegal mining site in Pachgaon in Haryana’s Nuh district on Tuesday, was hiding in a store as a team from authorities investigated state criminals (CIA) trace his location and arrest him. The police said they had received local intelligence that Mittar (30 years old) is hiding at the shop in Gangora village of Bharatpur.
Aided by DSP Singh, Shabir alias Mittar sped up the truck carrying illegal excavated rock, to crush the DSP under its wheels. Mittar’s cousin Ikkar (30), who was in the truck at the time, was arrested on Tuesday, hours after the incident.
Police said 10 police teams from three counties and crime investigation agency staff have been set up to track down the perpetrators. Teams carried out 30 raids in Nuh and neighboring districts of Rajasthan, relying on local intelligence as Mittar turned off his phone to evade tracking.
“The idea was to limit his movement, let him run from his hiding place. Defendant changed his location on Tuesday, so we raided the areas where he was hiding and continued. Police teams and Mr. Nuh SP Varun Singla said the CIA worked around the clock to successfully carry out the operation.
Searching parties were able to place a final pin on Mittar’s location at 6 p.m. Wednesday. He was arrested within an hour. Four other defendants – one of whom is Arshad, Mittar’s brother who owns the truck – is on the run. “We have identified the remaining 4 defendants …”, SP added.
All six suspects – Mittar, Ikkar, Arshad and three others who have not been named – are from the village of Pachgaon, less than 2km from the hill where DSP Singh was killed.
Amid criticism of illegal mining blooming in Aravalis, police said they had ruled out an organization’s involvement in Tuesday’s killings. Mittar and Ikkar worked odd jobs or hired jobs in Rajasthan, police sources said. When a local need arose, they went to old quarries in Nuh and quarried stones to sell them, Ikkar is said to have alerted the police during questioning.
Singh, Tauru DSP, was acting well when he, his gunman and an assistant sub-inspector (ASI) arrived at the mining site in Pachgaon around noon on Tuesday. When the defendant was dissuaded, the defendant unloaded some stones he had just quarried on the muddy road to stop the police car, a Bolero. It didn’t work and the DSP team managed to catch up with the dump truck.
Mittar and Ikkar then pulled out their guns and threatened the police with “consequences” before steering the truck in their direction and knocking out the DSP, who failed to move out of the way.





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