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    Five arrested from UP’s Pilibhit for killing of Jammu man outside Mohali’s CP-67 Mall | ActionPunjab

    Mohali, March 8: In a significant breakthrough, the Mohali Police have arrested five members of an interstate gang responsible for a heinous murder committed in broad daylight at CP-67 Mall, Mohali. The gang, well-known for spreading terror through acts of violence, was busted within 72 hours of the crime. The members were arrested from Pilibhit in UP.  The incident, which occurred on March 4, involved the ruthless killing of Rajesh Dogra, alias Mohan Jheer, by firing 25 to 30 bullets in front of CP-67 Mall, Mohali.

    The case, registered under Sections 302, 120B of the IPC and Section 25 of the Arms Act at Phase-11 police station, SAS Nagar, was investigated by a specialised team under the leadership of SSP, Mohali, Sandeep Kumar Garg. The arrested gang members are  Anil Singh alias Billa, hailing from Gurda Salathiya, Vijaypur, District Samba, Jammu and Kashmir (dismissed Sipahi of Jammu Police), Harpreet Singh alias Preet, resident of B-67, Ganpati Enclave, Kankar Khera, district Pilibhit, Uttar Pradesh, Satvir Singh alias Babu, son of Gurnam Singh, from Shahgad Station, Madho Tanda, district Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh, Sandeep Singh alias Soni, son of Bhupinder Singh, from Halo Tali, near Gurdwara, Malpur, district Ropar, Punjab and Sham Lal, son of Bali Ram, from Kirmo, Ramnagar, district Udhampur, Jammu and Kashmir (suspended Sipahi of Jammu Police).

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    The investigation revealed that the gang had a long history of organised crime, operating since 2006, primarily indulging in extortion after committing heinous crimes in Jammu and Kashmir. The modus operandi included creating fake identities to purchase firearms and ammunition. After the crime, the gang members fled towards Pilibhit, Uttar Pradesh, covering an area of 3,000 km, traversing Jammu, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, and the Nepal border.

    The accused are also linked to eight murder cases in various police stations of Jammu. The recovered items include three revolvers (.32 bore), two .32 bore pistols, one 12 bore pump-action shotgun, live cartridges, White Fortuner Car, White Creta, grey Innova and  White Brezza car .

    Author: actionpunjab

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