Five gangsters were arrested by police in Chak Jhandu village, Bhogpur subdivision, Jalandhar district, Punjab. A 7-hour search operation was conducted in the village to find the criminals. Three suspects have been charged, according to Sarabjit Singh Bahia, superintendent of police in Jalandhar Dehat. All three of them will be questioned.
It was reported that late at night, the police were informed that some suspects were hiding in Chak Jhandu village. The police surrounded the area in the morning after receiving the information. Some villagers helped cordon off the sugarcane crops. The police were informed that there were armed thugs lurking in the field.
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Six Gangster Presented
Six alleged criminals were reportedly hiding in the town, according to the villagers. The gangsters were residing in the village's Kothi. The four gangsters hid in command as soon as they received the police's information. While two thugs remained inside the Kothi. The villagers reported that while three gangsters were apprehended from command, the police apprehended two from the kothi.
One culprit, according to the villagers, has left the area. The police apprehended the gangsters with the aid of the villagers. The farmers used tractors to assist the police and carried out a field search. How many lawbreakers are there who have not yet been disclosed by the police? However, it has also been stated that only three of the criminals have been apprehended.
About The Case
It was only through the drone that the police confirmed that the armed men were hiding in the fields. The criminals were told to come out of the fields on their own and turn themselves into the police, but they refused to do so. The soldiers, wearing bulletproof jackets, were sent inside the field to surround the fixed position where the drone had sent the location of the suspects. When the criminals hiding in the field saw the soldiers, they tried to flee, but the police officers found them and arrested them.
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Barricades On Roads
The Jalandhar police had blocked the roads leading out of the village in addition to conducting a search operation inside it. Questions were asked of the visitors. Four- and two-wheeler documents were being examined. According to information obtained from police sources, the police had learned late one night that there were armed individuals hiding in the area.