The special cell of the Delhi Police has rounded up three different gangs and arrested five smugglers, including arms suppliers from Madhya Pradesh. The suspects have been identified as Paramjeet Sehrawat alias Pammi (33), Sanjay (29), Ramvishnu (23), Anil (22) and Rahul Kumar (27). The accused brought weapons from Madhya Pradesh and supplied them to gangsters in Delhi, Haryana, Punjab and Rajasthan. 40 pistols, 16 magazines and 36 cartridges etc. have been taken from their possession.
According to special cell DCP Rajeev Ranjan Singh, investigation of several cases registered in Delhi revealed that arms smugglers from Delhi, Haryana, Punjab and Rajasthan are in contact with arms manufacturers from Madhya Pradesh and UP and are bringing illegal weapons from there. Inspector Vivekanand Pathak and Kuldeep Singh’s team besieged Begumpur Red Light Rohini and arrested Ramvishnu, resident of Barmer, Rajasthan and Anil, resident of Jodhpur. 15 pistols with a .32 bore were taken from their possession. The accused told during interrogation that they used to bring weapons from supplier Sanjay, resident of Manawar, Madhya Pradesh. After questioning him, Sanjay was also arrested. Four .32 bore handguns were recovered from his possession.
At the same time, the team of inspectors Arvind Kumar and Rakesh Kumar besieged the outer ring road towards Mukarba Chowk and arrested Rahul Kumar, a resident of Hathras, UP. 16 pistols and 16 magazines with a .32 bore were taken out.
In addition, the team of Inspector Ravindra Kumar Tyagi and Ajit Singh has arrested gun smuggler Paramjit Sehrawat alias Pammi, resident of Bawana, Delhi. Four pistols, 25 cartridges, etc. were taken out. All the accused brought .30 and .32 bust-fire pistols from Madhya Pradesh for Rs.12,000 to Rs.50,000 and sold them to gangsters of Delhi, Rajasthan, Punjab and Haryana for Rs.35,000 to Rs.1 lakh.