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EXC: Let Us Teach Them Lesson: Mafia Before Mowing Down Haryana DSP

| Updated : July 20, 2022, 2:05 pm
Updated : July 20, 2022, 2:05 pm

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(Left) The vehicle that was used to mow down Haryana DSP Surendra Singh Bishnoi. (Right) One of the accused Ikkar was shot in the leg by police

NEW DELHI: “They have stopped us… Let us teach them a lesson,” said the members of the mining mafia seconds before mowing down Haryana DSP Surendra Singh Bishnoi in Nuh on Tuesday morning. DSP Bishnoi was accompanied by his driver, gunman and reader.

DSP Bishnoi had got a tip-off at about 11 am and he immediately rushed to the location. DSP along with his three men followed the accused in their Bolero SUV.

According to the FIR, a copy of which is with The New Indian, the incident happened at about 11.50 am. “As soon as they reached the hillside, they spotted a dumper carrying stones. When the truck driver saw the police team, he stopped the vehicle and started unloading the stones and bricks.”

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Police said they unloaded thinking a lighter vehicle will help them escape. But the police team, by then, reached closer to them.

Copy of Police FIR

 

“When DSP inquired about the bricks, one of the occupants of the trucks brandished a pistol and dared the police team to stay away,” police stated in their FIR.

There were five to six people inside the truck and they decided among themselves not to stop the vehicle. “They will fine us for mining. Let us teach them a lesson for stopping us,” the occupants said according to the FIR.

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The FIR was registered on the complaint of the reader of the DSP.

The FIR said the policemen tried to save themselves but the accused driver mowed down DSP leaving him dead on the spot. The FIR also says occupants of the dumper were carrying country-made pistols.

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A case under IPC sections 302, 307, 333, 353, 186, 120B, 379, 188, 506 of the IPC and section 21(4) Mines and Minerals (regulation of development) Act 1957, 3(2) Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act, and 25 Arms Act 1959 have been registered at Nuh’s Sadae Tauru police station.


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