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Police hot on Gadaria trail

ZONE INSPECTOR General of Police Sanjay Rana has directed the Gwalior and Shivpuri police to surround the Ghatigaon forest circle in search of the Gadaria bandit gang following information about presence of the gang in the area. Sources said that an encounter with the gang can be expected any time now.

india Updated: May 20, 2006 15:17 IST

ZONE INSPECTOR General of Police Sanjay Rana has directed the Gwalior and Shivpuri police to surround the Ghatigaon forest circle in search of the Gadaria bandit gang following information about presence of the gang in the area. Sources said that an encounter with the gang can be expected any time now.

According to sources, the IG received a tip-off from an informer that the Gadaria gang was seen in Ghatigaon forest circle. Acting on the tip-off, Rana ordered the entire force, including DIG Sanjay Mane, SP Manmeet Narang, Additional SP rural Mangal Singh Jat, the 13th, 15th and 2nd battalions and inspectors of all the police stations of the City, to reach the anti-dacoity headquarters at Ghatigaon.The Gwalior police are also conducting searches in Ghatigaon, Mohana, Aron, Patai and Khubat Ghati.

On the other hand, the Shivpuri police are conducting searches from Shivpuri to Gwalior. The police also surrounded the Sikarwali forest where the gang is reported to have been seen. Forces from the rural police stations have surrounded the forest and a large force from the City has also been deployed in the Sikarwali forest. Gwalior SP Manmeet Singh Narang also confirmed the information that the gang was seen near Mohana Sikarwali.

The police officers expect that an encounter can take place any time in which the police can get success.

4 new members in
FOUR DACOITS have recently joined the Gadaria gang. The new permanent members of the gang include Gopal, Balkishan, Rajendra Gadaria and another youth. Authorities have declared an award of Rs 50,000 on them. Thus the total amount of award on the gang has reached Rs 15 lakh.

Shukla back at the helm
THE STATE Government has again handed over the command of anti-dacoity drive to the Additional DGP Shyam Swroop Shukla and has approved the plan formulated by him. The government has asked him to implement the plan in Gwalior. Shukla had met the CM in Delhi and State Home Minister Nagendra Singh in Bhopal to discuss his plan.