lalchitri got quite an expereince in these type of raids
Caution : inflammable contents
seems like his autobiography
Flesh trade racket busted
Kaithal, November 5
The police busted a gang involved in flesh trade and arrested its eight members. Those arrested were produced in the court of, Mr Surya Partap Singh, CJM, here today who remanded them in judicial custody.
The police had received information that flesh trade was being run in a house near Budh Kund on the Khurana road here. A raiding party sent Head Constable Karan Singh as a decoy customer. Lal Chand of Nanak Puri and Narinder Kumar of Siwan Gate and Mamta and Renu were reportedly found in objectionable condition. The police also arrested Sham Sunder and Sanjay Kumar, husband of Mamta and Renu and Lachman of Siwan Gate and Bindu of Nanak Puri colony.
3 held for circulating obscene photos of girl
Tribune News Service
Gurdaspur, November 14
The police has arrested three residents of Pathankot on the charges of exploiting a girl and circulating her obscene photographs on mobile phone through MMS message and e-mail.
The SSP, Gurdaspur, Mr Narinder Bhargav, said a special team was constituted to investigate the case. The team managed to arrest Arjun Singh, the main accused in the case and kin of a trustee of a local college. Two other accused who have been rounded up are Naveen Mahajan and Sachin Chowdhary, kin of a former Congress MP. The investigation regarding their role in the case was still going on.
The strictest possible action under the law would be taken against the accused in the case so that it acted as a deterrent for others, he said. However, kin of the victim girl till date were not willing to come forward as complainants and hence the charges of sexual exploitation of the girl could not verified, he added.
A case under Sections 384, 385, 292, 294, 509, 511 and 506 of the IPC has been registered against the accused.
As reported, some politically influential people of Pathankot had exploited a local girl and her nude photographs were circulated around the town as MMS messages on mobiles and e-mail.
Sources said that the case related to kin of politically influential trustee of a local college. The person, along with a few of his friends, exploited a college girl and clicked her nude photographs. The girl was then blackmailed.
She was allegedly forced by the accused to serve many influential persons of the town. The operation went astray when the mobile phone of one of the accused in which he has stored obscene photographs of the girl developed some problem. He went to a local mechanic in Pathankot who secretly downloaded the photographs.
The mechanic allegedly tried to blackmail the accused. However, when they did not yield to his demands, he circulated the photographs among a few of his friends. With this started the viscous circle in which the obscene photographs of the girl got circulated around the town.
The incident has evoked strong reaction from the local social organisations. Demanding a strict action against the accused in the case, these organisations have alleged that incident was just a tip of the iceburg. A nexus of influential people and certain officials of the town has been running a sex racket in the town, they say.
Recently, the Gurdaspur police had busted a sex racket allegedly being run in a hotel at Pathankot. Three local youths and three girls were arrested from a local hotel. If the police managed to crack the present case, many bigways involved in the racket would fall in the police net, sources said.
great news as usual lal thanks for keeping us informed
Eve-teasers to get the stick at IITF
Tribune News Service
New Delhi, November 16
To keep an eye on the eve-teasers, the Delhi Police have deployed more than 50 college students at the India International Trade Fair (IITF), who are expert in martial arts. They are in plain clothes. These girls are in addition to the women policemen already posted at the fair.
Last year, there were a large number of complaints of eve-teasing. The cases of pick-pocketing and chain snatching were also reported, too, the police said. “This time we have deployed women police from CAW cell as the victims of snatching and pick-pocketing were mostly women last year,” said a police official.
The police have also installed close circuit TVs at different points to keep a vigil at the criminals who are already identified by the police. Police are posted at each entrance gate and in different pavilions also. “The position of women police and college students is not kept fixed,” said DCP Trade Fair, Rajiv Ranjan.
Flesh trade racket busted
Chandigarh, November 20
The local police today busted a flesh trade racket by arresting a pimp and two girls allegedly involved in it. A decoy customer was sent by the police with marked currency notes to nab them.
The police said it had received information about Rajesh Kumar Arora of Mithan Lal street in Muktsar district, who was into the business of supplying girls for prostitution in Sector 35.
The police said it laid a trap and engaged Mr K.K. Kapoor, Member, Social Welfare Advisory Board, UT, with the raiding police party. As per the plan, a decoy customer with marked currency notes was sent to approach the pimp to arrange for girls. After negotiations, a “deal” was fixed and the “customer” handed over currency notes to Rajesh Kumar and the girls. Rajesh Kumar then handed over the girls to the decoy customer in exchange for the money. The police party that was watching the whole affair conducted a raid and arrested Rajesh Kumar and the two girls. The marked currency notes were recovered by the police from their possession.
Police sources said both girls on interrogation revealed that they belonged to Lajpat Nagar and Jahangir Puri in New Delhi. They said that Rajesh Kumar used to hire them in the city on a monthly and share basis. They were also given “commission” as per the paying capacity of the customer. They added that they were into this trade for the past about 15 days and had been to the city on earlier occasions also.
The police further said that Rajesh Kumar had hired a house in the city where he kept the girls. He fixed the deals on his mobile phone and supplied the girls from his rented accommodation. The police has impounded a Maruti Zen car (CH-01-R-3426), which was used by him to ferry the girls to the customers.
A case under Sections 4, 5, 7 and 8 of the Immoral Trafficking Act, 1956, was registered in the Sector 36 police station.
Prostitution racket busted
New Delhi, November 26
The Delhi Police have chargesheeted four men and two girls for allegedly running a call girl racket in the Capital. Filing the charge-sheet in the court of Metropolitan Magistrate Sanjeev Jain, the police said Rahul of Nava Shahar in Jallandhar, Sahil, Rakesh, Sumit, Raman, Zahida Khan of Jammu and Kashmir and Kajal Arora were allegedly running the call girl racket by luring innocent girls from outside.
The suspects were nabbed on September 26 from the Gole Market area in Central Delhi. The Crime against Women Cell of the police had deployed a decoy customer to bust the racket.
The prime accused Rahul is still in judicial custody since his arrest. All other accused are out on bail.
The suspects have been booked under Sections 5 and 8 of the Immoral Trafficking (Prevention) Act. — TNS
Woman SI caught in unsavoury controversy
Ghaziabad, November 26
The UP police department is caught in an unsavoury controversy over the pregnancy of a woman Sub-Inspector.
She allegedly became a mother a month after her marriage. This has caused a lot of embarrassment to the police department and her family.
The DIG police said, “Though it was not a crime to become a mother before marriage, this is a proof of the loose character of the police woman.” The fact has been confirmed by the Ghaziabad SSP Jai Narain Singh also.
The woman SI, posted in Hindon area, had joined the police force as an unmarried woman, it is learnt.
During her long posting in Ghaziabad, the SI is reported to have developed a liaison with a builder which resulted in her pregnancy. She had taken leave to give birth to the child whom she is reportedly bringing up now.
An inquiry was started when her family and the police department came to know of the development. Police Circle Officer Dinesh Yadav has conducted the probe, it is learnt.
In his report, CO Yadav has said that legally no action can be taken against the lady SI, yet a departmental action can be taken.
The DIG police Meerut, whom the file was sent by the Ghaziabad SSP JN Singh, is learnt to have taken a grim view of the matter.