A drive has been launched against the criminals involved in sale and purchase of illicit drugs, said officials.
As per latest visuals of accused Rajwinder, it could be clearly seen that to evade arrest he had completely changed his looks.
The accused, identified as Rajesh alias Sethi alias Fauji (41), was wanted in more than nine cases of sensational murders, attempt to murder and robbery.
The petitioner, in the plea, said that the area of crime has not been sealed yet and can be easily accessed by the media and public, which may tamper the evidence.
A police team was constituted which got a clue about Jafru’s location and subsequently surrounded him there.
The Delhi Police lodged a First Information Report (FIR) on the complaint of a person who was defrauded Rs 32,000 in a similar way.
The Police had received a complaint from a 20-year-old boy who had claimed that he met a boy on an online LGBTQ+ dating app called BLUED.
Owners of vehicles found plying in violation of the rule would be prosecuted under the Motor Vehicles Act, which could invite a fine of Rs 20,000.
The Supreme Court on Monday acquitted the three men sentenced to death for the gangrape and murder of the 19-year-old woman in Delhi's Chhawla area.
Based on his complaint, the Delhi Police registered an FIR against ‘The Wire’ and its editors.
The accused, identified as Ravi Dutt (40), Shree Narayan (46) and Kingsley Amechi alias King (Nigeria native), were involved in supplying drugs in Delhi-NCR for the last 7 years.
The accused, identified as Akbar alias Dhobi, a resident of Chauhan Bangar, Seelampur, Delhi, was trying to extort money from a petty shopkeeper in old Delhi.
The women were brought to Delhi via Nepal and some directly to India on tourist and medical visas.
Raids were conducted by the Crime Branch of the Delhi Police at the residences of the website’s founder editors Siddharth Varadarajan, Sidharth Bhatia and M K Venu, and deputy editor Jahnavi Sen.
Police have said that Zubair may approach the concerned forum for the release of the seized articles as and when the analysis of the devices is completed.
Earlier on Saturday, the Delhi Police had filed an FIR against 'The Wire' and its editors based on a complaint by BJP's IT head Amit Malviya over a "fabricated" story naming him.
Delhi Police Special Cell says the suspects were operating under commands from two Khalistani terrorists based in Pakistan and Canada
In a viral video, the victim was seen lying on the road in a numb condition and the attackers hitting him with a brick.
As many as 29 people, including 7 women, were arrested by the Delhi Police for gambling at a hotel in the national capital, an official said on Sunday.
The 45-year-old man was found lying unconscious near the Khajuri Khas red light and taken to the Jag Pravesh Chandra Hospital, where he was declared “brought dead.