Police station Kotwali revealed the Nakbajani incident within 36 hours.
Gwalior (pavan paruthi) 23.01.2023. Superintendent of Police Gwalior Shri Rajesh Singh Chandel Bhapuse has directed all the police station in-charges of the district to improve the response time and reach the spot quickly to stop the incidents of theft and vandalism taking place in the district. On January 10, 2024, in the Madhya Bharat Hindi Sahitya Sabha Library, Daulatganj Lashkar, under the police station area, an unknown thief stole a brass lamp (the big lamp), a historic 100-year-old electronic kettle, and a coffee maker. On the basis of the report of the complainant, Rakesh Pandey, the Madhya Bharat Hindi Sahitya Sabha Library, Daulatganj, A.P., was lodged in the Police Station Kotwali. 06/2024, Section 457,380 of the IPC was taken up for consideration. By Superintendent of Police Gwalior. Superintendent of Police City (West), Mr. Gajendra Singh Vardhaman, and CSP Lashkar, Mr. Shiaz KM, BHP, were instructed to search for the unknown accused in the said case and deploy the Kotwali police team to immediately recover the goods.
In compliance with the instructions of senior officers, CSP Lashkar Shri Shiaz K.M., under the able guidance of BHP, the Kotwali police team was deployed to trace the unknown accused in the said case. During the investigation, the police team checked the video footage of the incident site and its surroundings and activated the whistleblower system. Today, on January 12, 2024, Kotwali police station received information from an informant that a former thief was seen roaming around the incident site along with some of his other associates. Based on the informant’s information, the police team started the search for the suspected thief.
When the police caught the former thief and interrogated him, he first tried to mislead the police team. But upon thorough interrogation, the suspected thief revealed that he had committed the theft along with two minor boys and had also presented the stolen goods. In the said theft case, the accused resident of tribal locality Ramdas Ghati was arrested, and two minor criminals were taken into police custody. Two brass lamps (large lamps) weighing about 15 kg, two electric kettles, and a coffee maker were stolen from their possession. Valuable Rs 15,000 have been seized.
Seized Mashrooka: two Samai brass (big lamps) weighing about 15 kg, two electric kettles, and a coffee maker, total value of Rs 15000.
Commendable role: Police station in-charge Kotwali Inspector Manoj Jha, Uni RBS Bais, Uni 0 Arun Singh Tomar, P.R. in arresting the said criminals and recovering the goods. Makhan Singh, P.R. Manoj Tripathi, and P.R. Ramesh Singh’s roles were commendable.