PD Act against Criminals

Published: 08th February 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th February 2015 06:00 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD:Cyberabad Police on Saturday invoked provisions under Preventive Detention (PD) Act against a criminal for allegedly organising rave parties and indulging in trafficking, saying his actions are creating a ‘public disorder.’

According to police, there are about 300 farm houses and resorts in Cyberabad police commissionerate limits spread over an area of 3700 Sq Kms. Despite issuing strict instructions to the resorts and farm house owners from time to time to keep a close watch on the activities in their properties, same people were continuing to use their resorts for illegal and anti- social activities.

Dilip Jain, who has been habitually engaged in unlawful acts, such as organising rave parties and indulging in immoral trafficking in the society, was arrested under provisions of PD Act.

Jain has wide contacts in Mumbai, Kolkata and other cities from where he arranges women for participation in illegal dances and other anti-social activities which also include consumption of drugs, liquor and prostitution, police said.

The South Zone police invoked  provisions under Preventive Detention (PD) Act against four criminals on Friday.  The arrested persons are Mohd Akber, (Illegal Contract Marriages), Syed Abdul Majeed, Syed Aslam, chain snatchers and Mohd Sajjad Ali, (Illegal Financier) DCP V Satyanarayana said that Akber was highly endangering the family system and also harmful to the inhabitants of the locality causing embarrassing situation to the families.

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