STATE TIMES NEWS
BISHNAH: Police on Monday cracked a Dacoity case by arresting a tribal gang in Bishnah area on city outskirts. A Police spokesman said that a tribal gang, which struck last year in Bishnah, attacked family members and fled away with gold ornaments, has been caught by Police. A case was already registered in this incident, he said and added, “The aforesaid case was registered after receiving a complaint from one Sunita Devi, resident of Palli Chak Jaralan, Bishnah wherein she stated that on intervening night of September 4-5, 2019 at about 0100 hours, she heard some sound of thundering and woke up. She further told that she saw some unknown persons forcefully entering into the house with sticks in their hands and later beaten family members mercilessly with an intention to kill them and looted gold ornaments and cash.” After commission of offence all dacoits fled away from the spot. After registration of case, investigation started in the matter. After minutely accessing the modus operandi of gang, the investigation team zeroed-in on Shahrukh Khan of Pilani, District, Jhunjnunu (Rajasthan); Mohhabat, resident of Pilani, District, Jhunjnunu (Rajasthan); Sawan, resident of Pilani, District Jhunjnunu (Rajasthan) Rehmaan of Chadwa, District Jhunjnunu (Rajasthan) and arrested them from Punjab. The gang members are tribals from Rajasthan, police said. During the course of interrogation, police said that accused persons disclosed name of one more accomplice, Aslam alias Nosoo, a resident of Rajasthan, who was also the gang leader. Subsequently, Aslam from Punjab was arrested and when put to sustained interrogation, the accused confessed involvement in the theft. On his disclosure, gold worth Rs 4 lakh was recovered, he added.