<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Delhi Police have arrested a gangster Amrik Singh who is a life convict and had not returned after completing the period of his furlough.A close aide of Krishan Pehalwan, Singh was absconding and had been planning to eliminate his rivals in the Capital. He has been booked twice in MCOCA and several cases of murder, attempt to murder and a case under Arms Act are registered against him.According to the police, Amrik Singh was sentenced to life imprisonment in 1998. He told the police that he had killed a man named Ved Prakasha and later murdered his niece and her husband. While he was in Tihar Jail he was informed that his relatives were making plans against him. It was then that he decided to come out on furlough and did not come back to surrender.”During his furlough, he threatened his cousin and asked him to evacuate a property in Mongolpuri,” said Deputy Commissioner of Police, Crime, Rajesh Deo.Singh was also declared a bad character of South Rohini area. The police were constantly on the lookout for him. On September 20, the police came found out that Singh was hiding somewhere in Bharatpur, Rajasthan. A trap was laid and he was nabbed from near Murli Cinema in Bharatpur on Thursday.Singh started committing crime at an early age and was arrested for the first time in 1985. In 1985, he was arrested in a hurt case and has committed several cases including murder and attempt to murder. To curb his illegal activities, he was also booked under the provisions of Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act ( MCOCA).Behind barsAccording to the police, Amrik Singh was sentenced to life imprisonment in 1998. He told the police that he had killed a man named Ved Prakasha and later murdered his niece and her husband. While he was in Tihar Jail he was informed that his relatives were making plans against him.

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Gangster Amrik Singh arrested after jumping furlough