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Thursday, 17 July 2008

Omprakash, Rajesh Sharma, Mohammad Nazir, Mohammad Israil and Shiv Om. All had been arrested last year while planning to rob a petrol pump


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Police commissioner Y S Dadwal has announced a reward of Rs 50,000 for information about the biker gang led by criminal Omprakash alias Bunty. The recent shooting spree in the Capital is being seen as the handiwork of the gang. The reward is for information on each of the gang members — Omprakash, Rajesh Sharma, Mohammad Nazir, Mohammad Israil and Shiv Om. All had been arrested last year while planning to rob a petrol pump in Vasant Kunj, and were released on bail in February this year.
Police suspect the members are hiding somewhere along the Capital's border. Security in the area has been beefed up with police barricades and round the clock patrolling. Police have described Omprakash as a "bad character" from Sangam Vihar. He has been an active criminal since 1999 and is involved in as many as 25 cases of robbery, murder and attempt to murder. The modus operandi in the recent cases and his release from jail along with his accomplices makes him the prime suspect.
"The gang was involved in the murder of a property dealer in Sangam Vihar on July 4. It is suspected that after this murder, they hid for some time and then went on a killing spree in south Delhi," said a police officer.
Meanwhile, Bunty's family members claimed they have not heard from him for the last few months. "We lodged a missing complaint about Bunty in March this year. Most of the male members of our family have now been detained by the police," said a family member.


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