Eleven Accused Of Snatching JCB And Illegal Mining Went To Jail

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Action led by Assistant Superintendent of Police Sumit Mehrada

Muhami/Ajmer. Under the leadership of Assistant Superintendent of Police Sumit Mehrada against illegal mining, eleven accused arrested in several actions by the Circle Police and the Mining Department were sent to judicial custody on Tuesday. It also includes 5 accused who snatched the JCB machine. Police is on the lookout for other accused.

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On October 12, under the leadership of ASP Mehra, the team of Police, Mining Department registered a case on behalf of the Mining Department against illegal mining being done on ADA land in the outskirts of Bubani village, Brahma Rawat, Tarachand Kumhar, Shaitan, Hathipatta. Residents Pradhan Singh, Kankhedi resident Jagdish Rawat and Srinagar Nahargal resident Sethu Rawat were arrested. The accused were produced in the court on Wednesday. From where he was sent to jail. Registered a case of scuffle with the jawans of Mangliawas police station for obstructing the work and snatching JCB. JCB driver Kallu Khan, Lokesh, Gangaram, Dhanna Singh, Mahendra were arrested in the case of obstruction of official work. The court sent the five accused to judicial custody.
JBC driver kept low speed

According to Mehra, 11 tractors, 2 JCBs and a dumper were seized in the action. The team of Mineral Department sent the seized vehicles to the police station under police protection. First of all, JCB and 6 tractors were dispatched along with Police Officer Pushkar and Mangliawas. After this, he left with 1 dumper, 5 tractor and 1 JCB himself and Pesangan Police Officer. After that they got information that bike riders are trying to stop the dumper. They went ahead with the Pesangan police station officer. The driver of the JCB driving behind slowed down. Two jawans of Mangaliyawas police station were also sitting in it. At the behest of the owner who came from behind, the driver diverted the JCB towards Bubani village. Where the villagers stopped the JCB and started thrashing the soldiers, only then the team of Gegal police station reached. Seeing whom people ran away with JCB.

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Police claim, no stone pelting
ASP Mehrada has claimed that there was no stone pelting on the police vehicle during the action. Mehrada says that after the police left, the villagers would have picked up stones but their vehicle was not pelted with stones. Mehra said that the driver took the JCB towards Bubani village. Where the villagers scuffled with the jawans of Mangliawas police station. By then, the Jabta of Gagal police station had reached. The villagers fled after seeing the police. In the case of snatching JCB, five have been arrested for obstructing official work.





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