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09.01.

2014

CRIME BRANCH

PRESS RELEASE

3 ACCUSED, VIKAS AND PARKASH R/O NANGLI EXTENSION, DELHI AND SOLOMON,
A NIGERIAN NATIONAL ARRESTED.
RECOVERED 3 LAPTOPS, 14 MOBILE PHONES, 66 SIM CARDS ON FAKE IDENTITIES,
2 DONGELS AND OTHER COMMUNICATION INSTRUMENTS.
SENT THREATENING SMSs TO ABOUT 18000 to 20000 PERSONS ALL OVER INDIA,
SPECIALLY JEWELLERS, DEMANDING RS.11 LAC WITHIN 48 HRS OTHERWISE THE
VICTIM WOULD BE KILLED.
7 BANK ACCOUNTS ON FAKE IDENTITIES FOUND AS OF NOW.
SOLOMON, A NIGERIAN NATIONAL, STAYING IN INDIA ILLEGALLY ON FAKE VISA
AND ARRIVAL/DEPARTURE STAMPS, ALSO ARRESTED.

INTRODUCTION:Eastern Range of Crime Branch, Delhi Police has busted an interstate gang involved in
extortion of money and targeting businessmen, particularly jewellers. Accused Vikas (age 24
years) and Parkash (age 26 years), both real brothers and residents of Nangli Extension, PS
Ranhaula, New Delhi and Idehen Solomon Osazee, a Nigerian national, residing in India illegally
on fake visa have been arrested. Electronic gadgets used for issuing the threats have been
recovered. Till date, they have sent threatening SMS to more than 18 thousand persons,
specially jewellers, all over India.

BACKGROUND:Information was received that a large number of persons had received threats
on their mobile phones through SMS in which the target was threatened that
somebody has paid Rs.10 lac Supari to commit his murder and if he is ready to pay
Rs.11 lac within 48 hours, he can be spared. These messages created panic among the
receivers including some jewellers of Delhi.
They were too scared that they curtailed their movements and confined themselves within
their houses. The person who got the threat was further directed to SMS YES if he is ready to
pay the money or be ready to face dire consequences. When the message of accepting his

demand was sent, he was given an account number of a bank with the direction to deposit the
money and scan the copy of the deposit receipt and mail the scanned copy on a given email.

TEAM:To enquire into the matter, a team was constituted which was led by Inspr Sanjeev and
comprising SIs Manish, Vivek, Devender, ASI Jasvinder Singh, HCs Sanjeev Kumar, Parmod,
Devender, Ramesh, Jagbir, Sanjay Tyagi and Cts Sajjad, Rashid under the close supervision of
ACP Suresh Kaushik and overall guidance of DCP Bhisham Singh. During enquiry, it was found
that a large number of complaints have been filed in different police stations and this threat had
caused a massive panic within the business community all over India. Cases to this effect were
also found registered at PS Shakar Pur and Maurya Enclave. Crime Branch also registered a case
FIR No.3/14 dated 08.01.2014 u/s 384/386/ 506/507 IPC and 66 IT Act on the complaint of a
jeweller in Punjabi Bagh and took up investigation in right earnest.
MODUS OPERANDI:Vikas (age 24 years) s/o Anil Kumar r/o C-3/539 A, Nangli Razapur, area of PS Ranhaula,
New Delhi, is the mastermind of this racket. In the year 2012, he was arrested in South-West
Distt for cheating and had remained in jail for about 8 months in this case. In jail, he came in
contact with some criminals of Nigeria, who were in custody for similar crimes. They became
friends and after being released from jail, he learned modern methods to cheat the persons at
mass level. He associated his real brother Parkash and one Idehen Solomon Osazee, a Nigerian
national with him. He arranged pre-activated SIM cards from different shops in West Delhi and
purchased mobile phones and laptops through different websites. He used these websites and
started dealings in busy public places in order to conceal his identity so that nobody can reach
upto him through earlier owner of the instrument.

In due course, he arranged all the electronic gadgets required for committing such crimes.
He used a Hong Kong based internet site to send bulk SMSs. Earlier, he used to send messages
to different persons informing them that they had won huge amounts in lottery and in case, a
person contacted him, they direct him to deposit advance money as transfer charges to get the
prize amount from foreign country.

Vikas opened accounts in fake names in different banks using fake identities and fake PAN
cards. He used to provide his account to other gangs also, mainly to his Nigerian friends and
associates for committing similar crimes and get commission from them for using his account.
But, because of rising awareness in public on this issue, not many people came forward to claim
the amount of lottery and therefore he realised that this business is no more lucrative.
Moreover, he was not having links in other countries and to mature the deals, he needed foreign
associates.

Therefore, to get quick and bigger amounts instantly, he started this syndicate in
association with his brother Parkash and Solomon. He carefully studied the situation, the

structure of the Indian society and markets and came to the conclusion that jewellers are the
most suitable and soft vulnerable targets for this purpose. During interrogation, he disclosed
that some of the jewellers are from trading community and they dont want to indulge in
litigations or file police complaints. They have maximum cash flow in their businesses. Almost all
the jewellers have their shops on main roads and interact with a large number of customers
daily and therefore, they would not like to suffer in their business for paying this amount. He
deliberately did not keep the amount too high so that the target jeweller does not feel the pinch
while paying money to save his life.

To receive the extorted money, he opened accounts in different banks in the fake name of
Rakesh Kumar. Thereafter, to materialise his plans, he searched various available websites on
internet and collected a huge data of mobile phones of businessmen, most of them being
jewellers. He prepared a threatening alarming message on his computer which could create
terror in the mind of receiver. He was also clever to the extent that he surmised that it is
probably a very difficult and lengthy process for police to get information from a foreign
company. Therefore, he downloaded the software of a Hong Kong based company having no
office in India, to send bulk messages. According to rules, only one hundred bulk messages can
be sent from one SIM card in a day. He used to insert one SIM card in a dongle, attached it with
the computer and send threatening messages to one hundred targets in one go. Then he utilised
another SIM card and repeated the entire process. He used to send around 1500 threatening
messages to different persons in one day and till date have threatened and demanded money
from around 18 to 20 thousand people in a period of just about one month.

In the message, he directed the person to send YES if he is ready to give the money
otherwise he will be killed. To communicate further, he inserted that SIM card in any of the
mobile phone so that he can get the message and further communicate with him. When
contacted by any scared victim, he gave the number of one of the bank account with the
direction to deposit the amount, scan the copy of the deposit receipt and mail to one of his email
Ids. Till date, he had received around 20 lac from different parts of the country and the details of
amounts are being verified to ascertain as to whether received from lottery scam or
threat/extortion racket.

PROFILE:-

Parkash (age 26 years) and Vikas (age 24 years) s/o Anil Kumar are real brothers and are
permanent residents of Distt. Gaya, Bihar. They had shifted to Delhi in the year 1994 and had
been residing in different rented accommodations. Both the brothers have studied upto 11 th
class in Sarvodya Vidyalaya in Delhi Cantt. and thereafter dropped out from school. Both of
them have worked in different call centres for short durations in Noida, Jhandewalan, Okhla
and Nehru Place, but could not get much salary there. Both of them had shifted to Delhi with
big dreams but their dreams did not materialize with the meagre salary so in order to meet his
lavish lifestyle and increasing money requirements after marriage, Vikas indulged in
committing crime.

In 2011, he opened a bank account in Dwarka and managed to send the message of
transfer of funds from abroad by hacking and withdrew the money. On the complaint of the
Bank Manager, a case of cheating was registered and Vikas was arrested in March 2012 and
remained in jail for about 8 months. In jail, he came in contact with some foreign criminals
and learned advanced methods of cheating at mass level. After getting released from jail, he
and his brother Parkash started their illicit operation from different parts of the city. They used
to hire a rented room through rent agreements in areas where nobody knew them and used
the rent agreements in fake names to open accounts in different banks and get the ATM cards.
Later, they withdrew small amounts through ATM and did not hesitate to visit the branches of
the banks and withdraw the big amounts through cheques in person.

Idehen Solomon Osazee (age 30 years) is a resident of Nigeria and came to India in the
year 2011 on a tourist visa of three months, but never returned. He stayed in rented
accommodations in parts of West Delhi and posed himself to be trader of garments. After
release of Vikas from jail, he came in his contact through his associate and started working
with him on lottery scams while advising him about the intricacies and also using his links
abroad whenever required by Vikas. To continue to stay in India, he managed to get a forged
Indian visa with forged stamp of his arrival in India in 2013 and valid till 2014.

Several other cases of threat and extortion have been registered at PSs Shakar Pur,
Maurya Enclave, Karol Bagh and Subzi Mandi and are being investigated by the local police of
respective districts. Information has also been received of such complaints and cases in
Bangalore, Kolkotta and other parts of the country. Further information from the respective
states is also being collected.

RECOVERIES

1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)

3 laptops
14 mobile phones
73 SIM cards of different companies issued on fake names.
2 voter Id cards.
4 PAN cards in different names.
6 ATM Cards of different banks on fake identities.
6 cheque books of different banks.
2 dongles used to send bulk messages using different SIM
Cash Rs.34,000/-

cards.

CONCLUSION:-

The matter is under investigation and their involvement in other cases is being verified.

(RAVINDRA YADAV)
ADDL.COMMISSIONER OF POLICE
CRIME:DELHI

09.01.2014

CRIME BRANCH

PRESS RELEASE

DESPERATE ROBBER-CUM-SNATCHER ANURAG VERMA @ ANU (AN ABSENT


BC OF PS NAND NAGRI) ARRESTED.
A CASE OF ROBBERY AND FOUR CASES OF SNATCHING OF PS NAND NAGRI
WORKED OUT.

INTRODUCTION:Anti Snatching Cell of Crime Branch has arrested a desperate robber-cum-snatcher


Anurag Verma @ Anu (age 25 years) s/o Mahesh Chand r/o A-3/113, Nand Nagri, Delhi,
presently residing at B-1 Block Flat No. 272, Shalimar Garden, Ghaziabad UP (an absent BC
of PS Nand Nagri) and has worked out one case of robbery and four cases of snatching of
PS Nand Nagri, Delhi.
BACKGROUND:Crime Branch of Delhi Police had been working on robbers and snatchers operating in
various parts of Delhi. In this regard, secret informers were deployed and local intelligence
was developed. Meanwhile, from the arrest of one Yashpal @ Sannu r/o Nand Nagri in case
FIR No.672/13 u/s 392/411/34 IPC, it was revealed that the accused Anurag Verma @ Anu,
BC of PS Nand Nagri, who is running absent since a long time and is residing somewhere in
Ghaziabad, UP is very much active in the incidents of snatchings in the area of PS Nand
Nagri. The team tirelessly worked day & night, joined all inputs and finally tracked down
Anurag @ Anu and arrested him on 8.1.2014.
TEAM AND OPERATION:Acting on a specific tip, a team led by Inspr Dinesh Kumar and comprising of H Cs
Virender, Ranveer and Ct Ashok under the close supervision of ACP KPS Malhotra was
constituted and after putting a trap, Anurag Verma @ Anu was arrested by the team.
CASES WORKED-OUT:With the arrest of accused Anurag Verma @ Anu, the following five heinous cases
have been worked out:

1.
2.

FIR No.672/13 u/s 392/411/34 IPC, PS Nand Nagri


FIR No.498/13 u/s 356/379/34 IPC, PS Nand Nagri

3.

FIR No.523/13 u/s 356/379/34 IPC, PS Nand Nagri

4.

FIR No.625/13 u/s 356/379/34 IPC, PS Nand Nagri

5.

FIR No.679/13 u/s 356/379/34 IPC, PS Nand Nagri

The accused was an absent BC of PS Nand Nagri and previously involved in 21 criminal
cases.

(RAVINDRA YADAV)IPS
ADDL.COMMISSIONER OF POLICE
CRIME:DELHI

Dated 09.01.2014
ACTIVE SNATCHER ARRESTED WITHIN 6 HOURS
The staff of PS Tilak Nagar, West District has done an excellent work by arresting one active and desperate snatcher namely
Gaurav @ Sourav and recovered the snatched property i.e. gold chain & cash.
NAME & PROFILE OF ACCUSED ARRESTED
(1) Gaurav @ Sourav S/o Pooran Chand, R/o A-88, Sangam Park,

Rana Pratap Bagh, New Delhi. Age-30 years

PREVIOUS INVOLVEMENTS
Sl. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6

FIR No.
448/2013
335/2013
34/2012
7/2012
121/2012
7/2010

U/s
356/379/411/34 IPC
356/379/411/34 IPC
356/379/411/34 IPC
392/34 IPC
25 Arms Act
380/411/34 IPC

FIR date
7/10/13
29/7/13
2/3/12
25/1/12
2012
28/1/2010

Police Station
SARAI ROHILLA
SARAI ROHILLA
KAROL BAGH
KAMALA MARKET
PATEL NAGAR
KHYALA

RECOVERY MADE
1. One Pulsar Motor Cycle No. DL-6SA K-5781.
2. One snatched gold chain.
CASES WORK-OUT:1.
2.
3.
4.

Case FIR No-07/14 dated-3/1/14 U/s-379 IPC PS- Tilak Nagar


Case FIR No-13/14 dated-4/1/14 U/s-356/379/34 IPC PS- Tilak Nagar
Case FIR No-16/14 dated-6/1/14 U/s-356/379/34 IPC PS- Tilak Nagar
Case FIR No-24/14 dated-8/1/14 U/s-356/379/411/34 IPC PS- Tilak Nagar

INCIDENT, TEAM AND ARREST


In order to prevent the incidents of snatching and Bag snatching, a team of staff of police station Tilak Nagar was
formed to collect information and bust the gangs involved in the crime of chain & Beg snatching. The team so formed worked
relentlessly and collected details of several criminals with similar modus operandi and activated their secret informers to collect the
information about the rackets involved in crime of chain & beg snatching.
On the 8/1/14, one Ms. Gurmeet Kaur, R/o Fateh Nagar, New Delhi reported that her gold chain was snatched by
two young men riding on a blue colour Pulsar motorcycle near Ganesh Nagar Red Light at around 4.00 PM. Ms Gurmeet Kaur
displayed presence of mind and noted the registration number of the motorcycle as DL-6S AK-5781 after chasing them for some
distance. A case vide FIR No.24/14 dated 08.01.2014 u/s 356/379/411 IPC was registered in Police Station Tilak Nagar and a raiding
party compromising ASI Dharampal, HC Deepchand No-1806/W, HC Sanjay No-2104/W & Ct Ombir No-708/W under the
supervision of Inspr. Jitender Malik, SHO/Tilak Nagar & overall supervision of Sh. Vinit Kumar, ACP/Tilak Nagar was constituted.
Sincere efforts were made to trace out the motorcycle used in commission of crime. The motorcycle used in crime was found to be
registered in name of one Pawan Kumar of Andha Mugal, Pratap Nagar area. The lead was followed and the accused, Gaurav @
Sourav, S/o PooranChand, R/o A-88, Sangam Park, Rana Pratap Bagh, New Delhi was apprehended from the area of Andha Mugal,
Delhi. The prompt and quick effort by the staff of PS Tilak Nagar resulted in apprehended the accused. Motorcycle used in
committing crime and snatched gold chain have been recovered.

INTERROGATION
On sustained interrogation, the accused Gaurav @ Sourav disclosed that due to poor economical family background,
he fell in bad company and started committing crime to fulfill his need of money. The accused has been found to be involved in 06
cases of Snatching, Robbery, Arms Act & Theft. He is a Bad Character of PS Bharat Nagar. He further disclosed his involvement of
two other cases of snatching and one motorcycle theft in the area of PS Tilak Nagar during the course of sustained interrogation.
Further investigation of the case is in progress and the staff involved in good work is being rewarded suitably
(RANVIR SINGH) IPS
DY. COMMISSIONER OF POLICE:
WEST DISTRICT: NEW DELHI.

Dated 09.01.2014
VIGILANT SECURITY GUARDS RESCUED A WOMAN
Alert Security Guards namely Ram Kishore and Rupesh Kumar Singh, who were on duty at West End Mall, District
Centre, Janak Puri, New Delhi rescued a woman who was trying to jump from the 11th floor of the mall.
NAME & PROFILES OF THE GUARDS: Ram Kishore s/o Sh. Chhote Lal r/o WZ-20, Nangli Zalib, B-1 Janakpuri, New Delhi, age 40 years.
Rupesh Kumar Singh s/o Sh. Shambhu Singh r/o WZ-A/1, Ganesh Nagar, Tilak Nagar, New Delhi, age 22 years.
INCIDENT:On 06.01.14, one Security Guard namely Ram Kishore was on duty at 11 th floor of West End Mall, District Centre,
Janakpuri, New Delhi from 08:00 AM to 08:00 PM. At about 02:30 pm, he noticed that one woman had reached at 11 th floor of the
mall and was trying to jump from the floor. The vigilant guard rushed to her and caught hold her hand and shouted for help.
Immediately, another security guard namely Rupesh Kumar Singh who was on duty on 12 th floor of the mall also rushed to the spot
and both of them rescued her. Later on, they informed the Janakpuri Police Station about the incident. A DD Entry No. 58 B dated
06.01.2014 was recorded at PS Janak Puri in this regard. The local police under the supervision of SI Ghanshyam Kishore of PS
Janak Puri immediately rushed to the spot and brought her to Police Station. Later on, she was handed over to her guardians. Both the
security guards have been rewarded by worthy Jt. C.P./SWR with cash reward of Rs. 5000/- each for displaying their sincerity,
presence of mind and prompt response in saving her life.
(RANVIR SINGH) IPS
Deputy Commissioner of Police
West District, New Delhi

OUTER DISTRICT

Dated: 09.1.2014

PRESS RELEASE
GANG OF BURGLARS ARRESTED STOLEN ARTICLES WORTH Rs. 4 LACS RECOVERED
With the arrest of accused Krishan Kant S/o Shri Sohan Lal R/o A-281, Jain Nagar, Karala, Delhi age: 27 years, Neeraj Tiwari S/o Shri
Shiv Prasad Tiwari age 30 years, and Neeraj Thakur S/o Shri Mohan Singh age 31 years ( both) resident of H. No. A-119, Jain Nagar, Karala, Delhi
staff of PS Begumpur, Outer district have solved a Night Burglary and recovered ornaments worth about Rs. four lacs. Accused Neeraj Tiwari is a
BC of P.S.- Begumpur area.
BRIEF FACTS OF THE CASE:
On 01.01.2014, Smt. Alka D/o Shri Dev Prakash Gupta R/o H. No. E-344, Gali No. 19, Sadh Nagar, Palam Colony Delhi-110045 reported
that her brother Shri Lalit Jain S/o Shri Kailash Chand Jain R/o H. No. B-130, Jain Nagar, Delhi had left his house on 31.12.2013 for Holy Darshan
of Sonagiri Jain Temple, Madhya Pradesh. She further stated that Shri Shiv Kumar S/o Shri Murari Lal R/o 106, Jain Nagar, Delhi neighbour of her
brother informed by phone that the lock of the house of her brother is found broken. On receipt of said phone call she reached there and found that 04
Gold Bangles [05 Tola], 02 Gold Chains [3 Tola 5 Grams], 01 Gold Ring [5 Grms.] One pair Gold Ear Rings [ 5 Grms.], 02 Silver pajeb, 02 Silver
Mandir, 05 Silver coins and 01 Gas Cylinder have been stolen from the house. On the above statement a case vide FIR No. 01/2014 U/s 380,457 IPC
was registered at PS Begumpur.
INVESTIGATION AND ARREST:On 08.01.14, a secret information was received that the gang of above said criminals is involved in the above said burglary. A team under
the Supervision of Shri S.K. Meena ACP/sultan puri comprising of Insp. Rajesh Kumar (SHO/Begumpur), Insp. Sudhir Kumar (Insp. Investigation),
SI Mahabir Prasad No. 1539-D, HC Narender Kumar No. 3107/OD, HC Harphool No. 1440/OD , Const. Nand Kishore No. 1379/OD, Const.
Kuldeep No. 1504/OD and Rajesh Kumar No. 2157/OD was constituted. Raids were conducted in search of the accused and they were apprehended.
The accused were subjected to sustained interrogation following which they disclosed to their involvement in the crime. The accused were arrested
and the stolen ornaments/articles were recovered at their instances.
RECOVERIES:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

04 Gold Bangles [ 05 Tola].


02 Gold Chains [3 Tola 5 Grms.]
01 Gold Ring [ 5 Grms].
01 Pair Gold Ear Ring [5 Grms.]
02 Silver Coins [ 02 Tola]
01 Gas Cylinder.

PROFILE OF ACCUSED PERSONS :1.

2.

3.

Neeraj Tiwari S/o Shri Shiv Prasad Tiwari aged about 30 years [BC of PS Begumpur, Delhi] resident of H. No. A-119, Jain
Nagar, Karala, Delhi was born at Jahangirpuri and studied up to 5 th standard. He fell in bad company and involved in crime. He
is an active BC of PS-Begumpur area.
Neeraj Thakur S/o Shri Mohan Singh aged about 31 years R/o H. No. A-119, Jain Nagar, Karala, Delhi. He was born at
Vrindavan, Mathura, UP and studied up to high School and fell in to the company of his brother-in- law namely Neeraj Tiwari
mentioned above and involved in crime.
Krishan Kant S/o Shri Sohan Lal R/o A-281, Jain Nagar, Karala, Delhi aged about 27 years born at Chhata Koshi, District
Mathura, UP and studied up to 4th standard and became friend with Neeraj Thakur mentioned above and involved in crime.

PREVIOUS INVOLVEMENTS OF ACCUSED NEERAJ TIWARI:

Case FIR No. 669/2001 U/s 356/34 IPC, PS Jahangirpuri, Delhi.


Case FIR No. 50/2003 U/s 25 Arms Act, PS Jahangirpuri, Delhi.
Case FIR No. 878/2003 U/s 379/411 IPC, PS Jahangirpuri, Delhi.
Case FIR No. 693/2006 U/s 25 Arms Act, PS Sultanpuri, Delhi.
Case FIR No. 114/2010 U/s 379/411 IPC, PS Begumpur, Delhi.
Case FIR No.01/2014 U/s 380/457/411/34 IPC, PS Begumpur, Delhi.
Case FIR No.14/2014 U/s 380 IPC, PS Begumpur, Delhi.

(SANJAY KUMAR) IPS


ADDL C.P./OUTER DISTRICT

NOTIFICATION
Whereas, it is necessary to ensure smooth flow of traffic and prevent congestion and inconvenience to
motorists and other road users due to the movement of HGVs/MGVs/LGVs, which cause congestion and also endanger
the life of other road users on Hospital Road, Haqiqat Rai Marg and Link Road.
And, whereas, in view of the problem of traffic congestion, it is necessary to regulate the movement of
traffic on above roads for the convenience and safety of road users and larger public interest.
Now, therefore, I, A.K. Singh, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Traffic (Hdqrs.) Delhi in exercise of the
powers conferred upon me under regulation 30(1) of the Delhi Control of Vehicular and Other Traffic on Roads and
Streets Regulation, 1980 do hereby prohibit the entry, plying and idle parking of Heavy, Medium and Light Goods
Vehicles during peak hours i.e. from 8.00 AM to 11:00 AM and 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM on Hospital Road, Haqiqat Rai Marg
and Link Road.
This order shall be published for the information of the general public in the official gazette and by affixing
a copy on the notice boards of the office of all District Deputy Commissioners of Police and all Police Stations in
Delhi/New Delhi.
The concerned civic road agencies maintaining the roads/areas shall erect the corresponding signboards
indicating the restrictions in the area for information and convenience of all concerned.
This order shall come into force with immediate effect.
Given under my hand and seal of this office on
9/1/2014.
(A.K. SINGH)
DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF POLICE:
TRAFFIC: HDQRS: DELHI

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