Haryana Police on Thursday booked a man from Bharatpur district of Rajasthan who supposedly involved in manufacturing and selling illegal arms. The Police recovered 48 country-made pistols, 17 cartridges and material used in making unlawful weapons from his possession, a Haryana Police representative said.
The accused has recognised as Tahir, a resident of Daulatpur in district Mathura, Uttar Pradesh.
The spokesperson said the blame caught by a team of CIA Narnaul from the Kaman area of Bharatpur, Rajasthan. “The accused used to make illegal weapons at home and sell them for Rs.4000 to 5000 each. Apart from making new weapons, the blame used to repair old illegal weapons for a long time,” said the spokesperson.
On February 28, 2022, Haryana Police had nabbed one Hanuman alias Kalia and recovered “one desi doga, one revolver and six cartridges” from him.
“During questioning, he said the name of another blame involved in supplying illegal arms. Based on the data and other leads, police have so far apprehended 6 accused in this case from whom 79 illegal weapons, 25 cartridges and a huge quantity of material used in making illegal weapons have recovered,” the spokesperson said.
A case has lodged in this connection against the accused. Further probe into the case initiated so that the names of others involved in this network of illegal arms supply can be exposed.
In April this year, Delhi Police caught an arms manufacturer from the Bharatpur district of Rajasthan.
Gun manufacturer kingpin Mamman (52), a native of Musepur village in Bharatpur district caught by the police.
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