Cops wasted time in inquiry: Jewellers
The Faridabad police were kept on their toes almost throughout the night as a huge contingent participated in the manhunt for Davinder Singh alias Bunty ‘chor’ till the wee hours of Tuesday.india Updated: Jan 10, 2012 23:50 IST
The Faridabad police were kept on their toes almost throughout the night as a huge contingent participated in the manhunt for Davinder Singh alias Bunty ‘chor’ till the wee hours of Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Delhi Police on Tuesday visited Parvartiya Colony, where Bunty had abandoned the car before fleeing a day before.
“The cops from almost all police stations. including sleuths of CIA, launched a massive search operation for Bunty in Parvartiya Colony and its adjacent areas,” the officials said.
“The search operation continued till the wee hours of Tuesday with no success,” the officials said, adding, “Jawahar Colony, Sanjay Colony, Dubwa Colony and some slum areas were included in the operation.”
“In my area, about 45 cops searched for Bunty,” said Hemant Kumar, SHO Saran, where Bunty had abandoned SX4 car.
Late on Monday night, Delhi Police visited the spot where the car had been abandoned and took the car to Delhi.
It may be mentioned that Bunty outsmarted the Haryana police on Monday and sent them on wild goose chase after him.
The car he was fleeing in had been stolen from New Friends Colony, on Monday.
Interestingly, the Palwal jeweller who informed the cops about Bunty said that he would have been nabbed in the showroom itself had the cops rushed to the spot instead of “wasting time in inquiries”.
“The police wasted a lot of time in inquiring about our relationship with Bunty, even as we tried to engage him inside the showroom,” said Dehriya Bharadwaj of Anupam Jewellers.
First Published: Jan 10, 2012 23:48 IST