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Believe it or not, this Delhi constable is also a CEO!

Can a Delhi police constable be the CEO of a Maruti service centre in NCR? Before you laugh out loud, read the rest of the story. Millennium Post on Tuesday visited a luxurious service centre that belongs to Arvind Dabas, a Delhi police constable who was recently arrested in connection with Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Arun Jaitley’s call detail record case.

After Dabas’s arrest it came to light that he has many side-businesses apart from Delhi police service such as real estate. He is also the CEO of a Maruti service station. Dabas  joined Delhi police in 1998. In his 15 years of service, he has worked as a constable in special staff but due to some issues he was shifted to Parliament Street police station. For the past one-and-a-half years, he remained absent from his service.

Dabas is alleged to be the CEO of Mangalam Maruti Service centre in Sector-57, Noida. The service centre is a multi-storey building where around 50 staff members are employed. Most of the staff who work as executive are females. One of them said, ‘Dabas is passionate about cars.’

In social networking websites, Dabas has posted his photographs posing in front of luxurious cars. Among those photographs, he was spotted with Hyundai Verna Fluidic worth Rs. 11 lakhs that was allegedly gifted to him in August 2011. He also owns a Rolls Royce Ghost worth more than Rs. 3 crore.

On Monday, two more people who work in a detective agency in Connaught Place were arrested in connection with Jaitley’s call records case. Out of the two arrested persons, one was identified as Anurag. Anurag had earlier come under the scanner in the Amar Singh phone tapping case of 2005. He is a cyber expert. So far four people have been arrested in this case.

According to a police official, Dabas managed to steal the email password of an Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP). Later, his account was used to seek the call details of Jaitley after sending an official mail to the telecom operator. Dabas told the police that he has accessed Jaitley’s call record to check his communication with an unidentified man in Uttarakhand. The man had assured Dabas that he would settle the policeman’s property deal in Uttarakhand through the senior BJP leader. Dabas had sought Jaitley’s call records to check whether the man was in touch with the BJP leader.

However, when Dabas tried to access Jaitley’s call records, the telecom company contacted the Delhi Police officer whose e-mail was being used for seeking Jaitley’s call records.
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