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Wednesday, 23 July 2008

Bunty ‘killer-biker’ gang the most-wanted gang


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Ten days since they hit the notoriety list by allegedly gunning down three youths in a matter of minutes in south Delhi, the Bunty ‘killer-biker’ gang has now become a huge headache, and the most-wanted gang, for Delhi Police.
The gang’s kingpin — Bunty, alias Om Prakash — has been declared the most-wanted criminal in the Capital. The police had last week declared a reward of Rs 50,000 per head for information leading to the arrest of the five-member gang. This takes the total reward amount to Rs 2.5 lakhs for the gang — the most reward on information on any gang in recent times. The police crackdown has, in recent times, successfully negated gangs such as those led by Kishan Pehalwan and Vijay Bodha among others. But then arrived Bunty and his gang, and reportedly shot dead five people within a few weeks, prompting police to come up with a new most-wanted list.
Police officials said all units of Delhi Police — Special Operation Squad of Crime Branch, Special Cell, Special Staff of all the districts — are now on the lookout for this gang. A senior police official (name withheld on request) said: “Most of the wanted criminals in Delhi Police’s records are those who are either involved in individual cases or are absconding for a long time. Bunty and his gang suddenly arrived on the scene and, within a matter of two weeks, he is topping our most-wanted list of criminals.” The gang is suspected to have shot dead two youths — Arshneet, 28, and Hardeep, 26 — in south Delhi’s Lajpat Nagar area on July 11 evening. Within barely 15 minutes, the gang allegedly shot another man — Sanjeev, 32 — under the Andrews Ganj flyover. The gang members were on two bikes, one of them taken from the first two deceased, the police had said.
Within 24 hours, another shootout was reported from Madangir — again in south Delhi — where the gang allegedly shot at two people, Naresh and Pawan. According to the police official, other criminals in Delhi Police’s most-wanted list are all “desperate criminals”, like Ravinder Kumar, wanted in several cases. Kumar was convicted to life sentence but managed to escape while in police custody. He also has a reward of Rs 50,000 for information leading to his arrest.


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