Delhi Police photographer P.K. The important role of Rajan came out. The photographs he took from the spot and the reports of the Finger Print Bureau experts had led to the investigation of the case.
Phoolan Devi. (File photo)
No evidence or information should ever be taken lightly in the investigation of a case in the world of garayam. Often, the investigating officer (case officer) of the case is understanding the evidence of minor or minor things, when joining the links during the investigation, it is found that he is the biggest evidence. There is a similar story about the sensational murder of Bandit Queen, a former MP and bandit queen, in the country’s capital, Delhi. The investigation which was very entangled in itself. The murderer, who was suspected of murder, was able to prove himself in Haridwar jail at the time of the incident. In such a situation, the crisis in front of the Delhi Police was that how can a person in a jail can roast a person present outside the jail with bullets?
In 2001, the teams of Delhi Police were sweating in search of an answer to this same question. I am referring to all the special aspects of the investigation of the murder of former MP Phoolan Devi. The Phulandevi murder case was exposed by the “finger print” found on the Maruti car and the pistol inside it. The team of the Finger Print Bureau, working under the Delhi Police Crime Branch, used to mix these finger prints of suspected killers, was often troubled. On 25 July 2001, Phoolan Devi, the then Member of Parliament, was gunned down in broad daylight in front of her government bungalow on Ashoka Road. He died on the spot. On receiving the information, Inspector AP of Delhi Police Finger Print Bureau Verma and Assistant Sub-Inspector Chetram reached the spot. On Pandit Pant Marg, a distance of a few feet away from the spot, several suspicious things were found by the police in a military car, which was found in unclaimed condition, in an abandoned condition. For example, monkey cap, pistol etc.
The crime branch was shocked after hearing the question of the accused
The team of Delhi Police Crime Branch Finger Print Bureau got a total of 6 suspected finger prints (fingerprints) from the car, pistol. Assistant Sub Inspector Chetram took those finger prints to Haridwar jail located in Uttarakhand district. From there, he reached Delhi with the finger prints of Shravan closed in the name of Sher Singh Rana from the jail register and Bel Band. Those finger prints were matched with the marks found on an unclaimed car in Delhi and on a pistol inside it. Those marks match up with each other. The police reached Delhi with Sher Singh Rana already in Uttarakhand jail on remand. So he said that “I was lodged in Haridwar Jail on the day and time of Phoolan Devi’s murder. Then how can I come to Delhi and kill him? ” The question was so accurate that the crime branch teams involved in the investigation were also baffled once. So Finger Print Bure Expert ASI Chetram of Delhi Police went to Uttarakhand for further investigation.
Police was involved in solving Phoolan Devi murder case
Now before the Phoolan Devi murder case, Delhi Police had entangled themselves in solving that, when a person or suspect is in jail at the time of the incident, then how can he be involved in the murder of an out of jail person? Finger prints of Sher Singh Rana brought from Haridwara court were not found in Sher Singh Rana’s finger prints in Delhi. Yes, it was definitely that some finger prints (of Sher Singh Rana) on the pistol found in the car used in the incident matched a suspect. Avadhesh Kumar, who specializes in the art of matching finger prints at the Delhi Police Crime Branch Finger Print Bureau Headquarters, has done it. Later, as the main accused in the Phoolan Devi murder case, the Delhi Police filed a chargesheet against Sher Singh Rana in the court due to this evidence along with other evidence and witnesses. Later Delhi Police photographer P.K. The important role of Rajan came out. The photographs he took from the spot and the reports of the Finger Print Bureau experts had led to the investigation of the case.
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