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Gurgaon police chief visits Manesar NSG camp after shootout

gurgaon Updated: Feb 08, 2017 23:37 IST
Abhishek Behl
Gurgaon

A group of four alleged cow smugglers had entered the NSG campus in Manesar on Monday night after breaking through two police check points in Tauru, Mewat and Kherki Daula in Gurgaon.(HT File)

Gurgaon police commissioner visited Manesar on Wednesday morning to inspect the spot from which alleged cow smugglers entered the National Security Guard (NSG) camp premises in Manesar. .

The team accompanying police chief Sandeep Khirwar also searched for physical evidence of forced entry and retaliatory firing by the group of armed miscreants.

The group of four alleged cow smugglers had entered the NSG campus in Manesar on Monday night after breaking through two police check points in Tauru, Mewat and Kherki Daula in Gurgaon.

The alleged smugglers exchanged fire with NSG commandos after entering the agency’s premises mistaking it for a factory site, police said.

The police commissioner said he visited the spot and police was on track to arrest the miscreants. “The case is being probed from all angles and suspects have been identified. They would be arrested soon,” Khirwar said.

Three police teams consisting of five personnel each have been formed by the commissioner on Wednesday to investigate the case.

A team of forensic experts accompanied Khirwar during the spot visit. The team spent more than two hours and visited all routes and areas to ensure all evidences were collected from the spot.

Earlier, police had impounded the mini truck and preliminary investigation revealed that it belonged to Sahun of Ghasera in Mewat.

“We are conducting raids at all possible locations and the family members of Sahun are also cooperating with us. He has not reached home since the firing incident,” inspector Jagdish Prasad, station house officer, Manesar, said.

Police said the accused have been identified and are all history sheeters. They have been involved in cow smuggling earlier too and are wanted in a dozen other cases, police said.