Three from Bawaria gang held in Gurugram
Three members from dreaded Bawaria gang were arrested by the crime branch of Gurugram Police on late Saturday night.
The trio was arrested from Bilaspur area from the outskirts of Gurugram.
The police recovered one stolen auto- rickshaw, one country-made pistol and 11 live cartridges from them.
Those arrested have been identified as Dharamveer, Bunty Panwar and Ajay. While Dharamveer and Bunty are from Rewari district of Haryana, Ajay belongs from Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan.
With this, there have been total of four members of Bawaria gang that have been arrested by Gurugram Police. All the four will now be interrogated by the police personnel to know what criminal activities they were planning to commit in the city.
Active in western Uttar Pradesh, members of Bawaria gang are involved in various incidents of heist, rape and murders.
The three were arrested after a tip-off that certain member of Bawaria gang were present in the city and were carrying out a recce of the area. The arrest of members of Bawaria gang has highlighted the dangers of gangs of outside regions now carrying out criminal activities in Gurugram and its outskirts.
On Friday, a family was looted of lakhs in amount in Farukhnagar in which the members of Kaccha-Baniyan gang are believed to be involved. On Saturday, the Gurugram Police also arrested members of a Delhi-based gang that used to rob people along NH-8 on the pretext of giving them lift.
"The police are always on a vigil to keep a look at these gangs who come from the outside states to carry out crimes. We have been successful in arresting most of these criminals," said a senior police official from Gurugram Police.