Mathura (UP), September 23
A needed member of a legal gang lively on the highways in Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, together with the Delhi-Agra Yamuna Expressway, was arrested after a gunfight with the Special Task Force in Mathura, police stated on Wednesday.
Ramu (30), a member of the Bablu Bawaria gang, was injured throughout the gunfight with the Noida unit of the STF and Mathura police final evening in Naujhil space, they stated.
The legal was with one among his associates who managed to flee throughout the firing, stated SHO, Naujheel, Lokesh Bhati.
One motorbike, a country-made pistol, 4 stay rounds and as many used cartridges had been recovered from Ramu’s possession, Bhati stated.
The gang has been lively on the Yamuna Expressway, Eastern and Western Peripheral Expressways amongst different key highways in UP and Haryana, stated Additional Superintendent of Police, STF, Raj Kumar Mishra.
The gang members would throw axles earlier than a car, puncture the tyres and loot the passengers, Mishra stated.
Ramu, a resident of Ballabhgarh in Haryana’s Faridabad, was needed in no less than half a dozen circumstances in Mathura, Aligarh and Palwal and carried a reward of Rs 50,000 on his arrest. He and his gang members have carried out a number of robberies on highways, he stated.
The gang chief Bablu Bawaria was killed in Aligarh in July this yr in an encounter with the native police and Noida unit of the STF, in accordance with officers. PTI