- STF arrested a gangster of Lawrence Bishnoi gang
- Police team raided the spot and arrested after the encounter
- The accused also have links with Babbar Khalsa group and Ankush Kamalpur gang
The Special Task Force (STF) of Haryana Police has arrested a gangster of Lawrence Bishnoi gang after an encounter and recovered foreign made arms and ammunition from him. The team of STF Ambala conducted a search operation in Sadar Karnal area from where they have nabbed the most wanted criminal. The team had received tip-off that Mukesh and Ankush, residents of Karnal district, are active members of the Kamalpur gang and Lawrence Group, who brought a large quantity of illegal weapons, which were allegedly sent from Pakistan by a drone.
There is connection with other gangs including Lawrence Bishnoi group
Based on the information, the police team raided the spot and arrested the accused after the encounter. A total of four foreign pistols, empty shell and 10 cartridges were recovered from Mukesh. Initial interrogation revealed that the accused have links with the Babbar Khalsa group, Lawrence Bishnoi group and Ankush Kamalpur gang. The accused had bought illegal weapons from gangsters Damanjot Singh alias Kahlon and Virendra Sambi, who are currently living abroad.
Three sharpshooters were arrested on September 11
On September 11, Delhi Police arrested three sharpshooters of Lawrence Bishnoi-Goldy Brar gang near Barwala-Bawana road. Police said that the arrested sharpshooters have been identified as Naveen (23), Manoj (28) and Karambir (28), residents of Jhajjar in Haryana.
Firing three to four rounds on police
According to officials, the police arrested the trio near the helipad on the Barwala-Bawana road around 4 pm on Saturday. Despite being warned to surrender, the trio fired three to four rounds from their pistols to escape, he said. According to officials, a policeman wearing a bulletproof jacket was hit in the firing.
All three sharpshooters were in direct contact with Goldie Brar
He told that the three sharpshooters were in direct contact with Goldie Brar, who lives in Canada, through the Signal app for the past several days. According to officials, Brar was able to arrange money, shelter and weapons for three sharpshooters who were contracted to kill a man whose identity was to be revealed on the day of the murder.
Three pistols and 11 cartridges recovered
The three sharpshooters were wanted in connection with the use of arms at a liquor shop in Jharsa, Gurugram, Haryana. According to the police, three pistols and 11 live cartridges have been recovered from the possession of the three sharpshooters.
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