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Noida: Big action! Crime branch inspector and constable sacked for leaving hackers with 20 lakh cash and Creta car

Gautam Budh Nagar Police Commissioner has taken major action against the SOG team after investigating the ATM robbery case. Inspector Chavez Khan in-charge of SOG and constable Amrish Yadav have been sacked.

Uttar Pradesh Police. (signal picture)

In Noida, adjacent to Delhi NCR, the police have been accused of leaving the accused with Rs 20 lakh cash and a Creta vehicle. Taking immediate action in this matter, an inspector and constable of Noida Crime Branch were sacked by the police commissioner on Tuesday. At the same time, this action has been taken against these police personnel in the case of taking a car and 20 lakh rupees from the gang of ATM thieves. In the interrogation conducted by the Ghaziabad Police, the gang members revealed the transactions of the Noida Police.

In fact, Police Commissioner Gautam Budh Nagar Alok Kumar Singh has dismissed constable Amrish Yadav along with Inspector Savage Khan, in-charge of the crime branch. Both of them and their team have been proved guilty of leaving the accused in the ATM robbery case with 20 lakh rupees and a Creta car. At the same time, on Monday, the gang had disclosed this in the interrogation of the Indirapuram police station of Ghaziabad. Taking cognizance of this matter, the police commissioner had set up an inquiry. At the same time, the inspector and constable have been dismissed after being found guilty in the investigation. Along with this, notice has also been issued to other personnel in this matter by dismissing the SWAT team.

Learn about the case in detail?

Let us inform that on Monday, a joint team of Indirapuram Police and Crime Branch of Ghaziabad police station arrested 5 members of the ATM hacker gang. At the same time, during the interrogation by the police, the gang members revealed that they were caught by the team of SOG Noida about 3 months ago and during that time they had 10 lakh rupees in cash. Which was confiscated by the team and after that a team of SOG personnel went to his house to collect Rs 10 lakh more from him. The team had brought 10 lakh rupees and a Creta car from there. On this, the Indirapuram police station took the hacker to his house and recovered the CCTV footage of the SOG personnel taking the Creta car from there.

DGP gave instructions to the Police Commissioner to take action

It is worth mentioning that in this case, a complete report was sent to the DGP headquarters, which has been taken seriously by the DGP and while conducting an inquiry in this matter, the report has been summoned. ADG Intelligence is also investigating the whole matter. After investigation, instructions were given to Police Commissioner Alok Singh to take necessary action and then this action has been taken.

50 lakhs was sought to release the hacker

At the same time, according to the police officers involved in the investigation of this case, Noida Police had earlier demanded Rs 50 lakh to release the ATM hacker, but later it was agreed to give Rs 20 lakh. When the hackers took the SOG personnel to their homes to give money, a new Creta car was also parked there. There was no number on it till then. SOG personnel said that you have also bought this car with fraudulent money and they also took this car along with them.

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