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9 car-jacking cases reported in city each month last year

Almost nine incidents of car-jacking were reported every month in the national Capital in 2017, at an average. South-west, among all administrative districts of the Delhi Police, reported the highest number of incidents.According to a data, accessed by DNA, 97 car-jacking incidents were reported in the Capital in 2017 up to November 15. Of all the incidents, 33 were reported from southwest alone, while North, Central, Shahadra and New Delhi districts, reported just one incident each.However, the data further says that Southwest district also recorded the highest solving rate in the car-jacking cases, which was 13. New Delhi, Central and Shahadra districts, which recorded one incident each, could not solve any of these cases till November mid. Of the total 97 car-jacking cases reported, only 45 were solved.In 2016, Delhi witnessed 124 cases of car-jacking, of which 67 were solved. Rohini district reported 44, which was the highest among all the districts in 2016.Senior Delhi Police officials said that special drives were undertaken in 2017 to bring the menace of car-jacking down and claimed it to have been effective. “Since a surge was witnessed last year, a number of special initiatives were started. These included picketing, erecting barricades at identified car-jacking prone stretches, bike patrolling and installation of CCTV cameras in and around the dark zones,” said a senior officer, adding that awareness among car owners also helped bring the crime rate down.On solving these cases, the officer further added that a tight watch over the second-hand car dealers across the Capital and intense round-the-clock vigil over the unauthorised parking places, where these stolen vehicles are hidden by the gangs until disposed of, has also helped in recovery and arrests.As an advice to the car owners, the officer also mentioned that everyone must ensure that their vehicle has GPS installed. “In many cases, vehicles have been recovered even when it has been taken across the state borders,” he said.SOUTHWEST TOPS2017Total car-jacking: 97 Solved: 45 District with highest:Southwest (33)2016 Total car-jacking: 124Solved: 67District with highest:Rohini (44)

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Delhi cops to have two wings

To make their crime investigation and law and order management more efficient, the Delhi Police will divide into two wings. After making the decision to bifurcate the force, the Ministry of Home Affairs has now directed Commissioner Amulya Patnaik to divide the police force into two units — Investigation and Law and Order.The move for the reshuffle came after the force failed in clearing the backlog of cases.DNA recently reported that the force could solve on average only about 33 per cent of cases till mid November. The ministry issued directions based on strong recommendations from the Bureau of Police Research and Development in this regard.Documents accessed by DNA show that in a recent letter to the office of the Commissioner of Police, the Ministry of Home Affairs conveyed the Centre’s approval for the creation of 4,227 posts — 1,409 sub/assistant sub inspectors, 1,409 head constables, and 1,409 constables — to be operationalised in two phases — 50 per cent posts in 2016-2017 and remaining posts in 2017-2018.This will facilitate the separation of crime investigations and law and order functions.The commissioner then approved the districts- or unit-wise allocation of 4,227 posts in two phases. The allocation of these 4,227 posts (3,645 posts of 1,215 teams, each of which would include a sub inspector, a constable and a head constable, along with 582 posts) has been made across various Delhi Police units. Notorious districts such as Rohini and northeast have the highest number of 510 posts each.Core investigative units such as the Crime Branch and Special Cell have been allocated six and three posts, respectively. Apart from this, north district got 132 posts, central 117, outer 414, east 459 and Shahadra 321. A copy of the letter has also been sent to Additional Secretary, MHA, all the Special Commissioners, Joint Commissioners, Additional Commissioners, Deputy Commissioners and other officers of the Delhi Police.SPLIT AND ACTConsidering its dismal show in clearing backlog of cases, the Home Ministry has directed the Delhi Police Commissioner to divide the force for better performance

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Delhi police failed to solve 66% cases

The Delhi police’s average crime solving percentage across all its administrative districts till November 19 this is as low as 33.37%. This is when the National Crime Records Bureau has ranked the city as the worst in increasing crime cases.Confidential police documents accessed by DNA show that the force has been struggling to clear case backlogs. This is when the Commissioner of Police recently told the media that the number of crimes is high in the city because more cases are being registered.The New Delhi district headed by DCP BK Singh is the worst despite having the biggest police deployment. It managed to solve only 23% of the 3,120 cases. Then comes Rohini that could solve 26% of the total 18,046 cases.The North district achieved a rate of only 29%. It registered 9,513 cases. It is followed by the Southeast that could solve 30% of the 20,549 cases. The East district scored 31%. It registered 15,659 cases. The outer district managed to solve 33% of the 14,961 cases.The Northwest also clocked 33%. It recorded 19,400 cases.The police in West, Southwest and Northeast districts have solved 36% of the 16,105, 14,474 and 15,613 cases, respectively.The Central district recorded 9,564 cases and solved a 37% of them.The Shahadra district performed better and scored 41%. It recorded 12,798 cases. The South district has fared the best. It solved 44% of the 19,786 cases.The IGI airport police, which does not usually witness heinous crimes at it falls in a sensitive zone and has round-the-clock security by the CISF, solved 56% of the 577 cases that included only one murder and a rape as heinous crimes.Railways and Delhi Metro, however, were the worst in non-major police pockets. Both solved 21% and 22% cases, respectively. The Railways recorded 3,683 cases, while the Metro saw 11,872.
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Priest, wife held for killing latter’s lover

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The police have arrested a priest and his wife for allegedly strangulating and stabbing a man to death in the Gandhi Nagar area. The cops said the deceased had an illicit relationship with the priest’s wife, which led to the unfortunate incident.The deceased has been identified as Chandrashekhar, a resident of Mathura. The murder came to light after a foul smell started coming from a temple in Gandhi Nagar.The locals then inspected the premises and found a decomposed and semi-burnt body inside a store room on the temple’s roof. “The forensics and the crime team that arrived at the spot noticed that the body was half burnt and still warm. It suggested that decomposed body had been set afire recently.Since the temple was frequented only by the priest and his wife, they came under the police’s radar and were questioned at length,” a senior police officer said.This was when the couple broke down and confessed to the crime.They said they could not dispose the body in time.”The priest, Lakhan Dubey, said Chandrashekar was his neighbour in their native village near Mathura. He said his wife and Chandrashekhar had a relationship, which he came to know about.When Dubey confronted his wife, she confessed and said she wanted to get rid of Chandrashekhar but he was not allowing her to distance herself from him. Then the couple planned to eliminate him,” the officer said.The woman called Chandrashekhar home, telling him that Dubey was away. When he arrived, the couple was first strangled him and then stabbed him to ensure that he had died.They then hid the body in a store room, waiting for an opportunity to dispose it. When the body started to decompose, they decided to set it afire, to make it difficult for the police to identify the deceased.DCP, Shahadra, Nupur Prasad said the couple has been arrested for the murder.

Conman dupes more than 12 women of Rs 50L, held

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Delhi police have arrested a conman, who, inspired by the Bollywood movie Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl, used to introduce himself to women as an ultra rich son of a retired IAS officer.Police sources said that he did this in order to establish relationships with them and later made videos to blackmail and extort money from the women. They added that the accused had duped over 12 women till date and had extorted about Rs 50 lakh as a result.The accused has been identified as Yogesh Garg alias Sameer, 34, a resident of Bawana Industrial Area. With his arrest, police also rescued a woman, 42, and her son, 12, whom Garg was taking along to Mumbai after extorting Rs 3 lakh from them.The conman’s actions came to light when a missing report was lodged at Vivek Vihar police station on Tuesday, by a man who reported that his sister, who is a teacher, and her son had been missing since September 3.“He also told police that the woman was a divorcee and had recently uploaded her profile on a matrimonial site, where she came in contact with one person namely Sameer Garg. The complainant alleged that Garg had enticed his sister and thus persuaded to go to Mumbai with him,” said Nupur Prasad, DCP Shahadra.As a result, contact numbers of the suspect were kept on surveillance and frequent raids had been carried out. Based on this technical surveillance, the suspect’s movements were tracked and a raid was carried out at New Delhi railway station from where the accused, along with the woman and child, was about to board a train to Mumbai.“The man was arrested and the duo was rescued. The woman told police that Garg had got her to come along on the pretext of marriage and took her to Vaishno Devi. After a few days he also took her to Goa on the pretext of introducing her to his parents. She also said that he extorted Rs 3 lakhs from her,” the DCP said.CON UNEARTHEDThe conman’s actions came to light when a missing report was lodged at Vivek Vihar police station on Tuesday
Plaint was lodged by a man who claimed his sister and her son had been missing since September 3

EDMC sets up 24×7 helplines for monsoon-related complaints

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The East Delhi Municipal Corporation has set up round-the-clock helplines to address complaints related to waterlogging, sanitation and other civic woes during the monsoon season. Problems related to waterlogging, building collapse, tree fall and sanitation can be reported through the helpline, the EDMC said. The services would be available till September 15 but could be extended if monsoon prolongs. East Delhi Mayor Neema Bhagat said the control rooms are equipped with pumps and other required machinery. “One truck is deployed for the day shift and two departmental trucks are on stand-by in both zonal offices (Shahadra – North & South) for attending to any emergency calls,” she said. The officers are required to keep their phones switched on even during night hours, Bhagat said. Meanwhile, the North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) today said, it already has functional 24×7 helplines working in three shifts for such complaints. NDMC Mayor Preety Agarwal said, “Our control rooms will cater to the complaints directly. Instructions have already been issued to senior officials to monitor the process to ensure proper actions are taken in regards of the complaints.” The corporation, if needed, would work in coordination with the other agencies like the Delhi Police, PWD, DDA, Flood Control and Irrigation Department to respond to complaints faster, she said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Delhi cops bust fake auto parts racket

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Despite ensuring that your vehicles are serviced at authorised dealers, there’s still some bad news. Delhi police officials have uncovered a racket where fake oil filters, air filters, and diesel filters have been fitted onto cars belonging to companies such as Bosch, Mahindra, and Maruti. They have also arrested one man involved in its supply.Senior officers said that involvement of officials working in these top brands has not been ruled out yet.The arrested accused has been identified as Hardeep Singh, owner of the warehouse where these items worth over Rs 10 lakh were stashed. Police have recovered 506 counterfeit air filters, 12,511 outer boxes of Mahindra & Mahindra, 2,401 fake air filter parts of Maruti, 33 diesel filters, and many other automobile parts.The counterfeit products of these brands were recovered from Bhola Nath Nagar in Shahadra, following a raid on Friday.The forgery came to light when the police were informed by these companies that their fake products are being circulated in the market. “A few days ago, we received a complaint from EIPR (India) Ltd, authorised to conduct surveys, investigate and file complaints on behalf of Bosch, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd and Maruti Suzuki Ltd. They alleged that during a market survey, they found that distribution, sale and production of counterfeit automobile parts to consumers,” said Nupur Prasad, DCP, Shahadra.Acting on the complaint, police officers conducted a probe which led them to a warehouse in Shahadra. Auto parts to be used on cars belonging to these car companies were found stashed in the warehouse.During the raid, police interrogated the owner of the premises, Hardeep Singh. “We asked him to provide documents related to the materials stored inside his warehouse, which he failed to do,” said a senior police officer.”On checking the stored material, officials from EIPR (India) Ltd, who were accompanying the police team, confirmed that the material stored at the above warehouse was counterfeit. The total value of these items is estimated to be over Rs 10 lakh,” Prasad said.What the Cops Found1,750 automobile parts — Mahindra & Mahindra3,500 automobile parts — Maruti Suzuki 33 diesel filters185 Outer Boxes with Bosch logoBrand stickersA printer and a computer

Cops in East Delhi nab five ‘gang members’, claim to have foiled robbery attempt

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Delhi Police claimed to have thwarted a dacoity in the East Delhi area by arresting five men who it said were planning to target bungalows in Anand Vihar’s posh localities. Senior officials said the men who were armed, were ready to target these localities in the early hours of the morning, when they were nabbed. Six pistols and 27 cartridges were recovered from them.”Based on the information we received, a raid was conducted and five armed men who were planning to commit a dacoity were arrested from District Park in Dilshad Garden area on Tuesday. The accused were making their plans at a petrol pump on the main GT Road, Delhi. It was also revealed that many posh bungalows of Anand Vihar were on their target,” said Nupur Prasad, DCP Shahadra.The accused have been identified as Kaushar Sheikh, Danish, Mohsin, Rubail Hussain and Mabud.During interrogation, the accused disclosed they had purchased these weapons from one Feroz, who is the main supplier of weapons.”Earlier three weapons, including one automatic pistol and two country made pistols were recovered from one Imran, who was identified as the brother of Feroz and was arrested in Seemapuri area. Imran had disclosed that these weapons were given to him by Feroz. All five of them disclosed that another associate of Feroz, Azim had provided shelter to all of them. A search for these people who are at large is being carried out,” Prasad said.Search is onAll five accused disclosed that another associate of Feroz the main supplier, Azim, had provided shelter to them all. A search for the people at large is being carried out, DCP Prasad has said

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