UP Police takes major action, arrests over 100 people in 24 hours

Sep 07 2020 04:29 PM
UP Police takes major action, arrests over 100 people in 24 hours

Meerut: Meerut police have seized a stock of illegal tools from different areas in a 24-hour campaign. Apart from this, 139 persons have been detained. According to the police, more than 250 tanks have been recovered. This is the biggest seizure of the Meerut Police in a single day so far. SSP Ajay Sahni and SP City Dr. Akhilesh Narayan Singh have revealed while talking to the media in the police line.

He said that in all 30 police station areas in Meerut, a campaign was carried out by the Police Incharge, Outpost Incharge and Phantom Police. In which 139 persons have been detained with illegal tools. Among them, the Tamancha factory has been caught from three areas. Brahmapuri police has recovered the maximum 52 tanks. More than 250 firearms, indigenous guns, excessive number of firearms have been seized in the city. Also, the SSP says that during interrogation of the criminals, it has been learned that in the lockdown, the criminals used to make tamanche on demand. On demand supplies were being made to Meerut, Muzaffarnagar, Saharanpur, Bijnor, Shamli, Baghpat, Bulandshahar and nearby towns. The police is giving pressure to arrest those who have escaped. Also, the investigation is going on continuously.

In the same city of Agra, COVID-19 infection has become uncontrolled. In the first week of September, the infection has increased at one and a half times as compared to the last six days of August. A record 475 patients have been found within six days. This figure is more than the patients found in May and June. 352 patients were found in May and 217 in June. With this, the cases of corona in the state are constantly increasing.

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