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Chennai: Case registered against 117 people in Goondas case in current year, police said IV News

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Chennai: Case registered against 117 people in Goondas case in current year, police said

According to the police, 117 people have been arrested under the Gangs Act in Chennai alone.

According to a press release issued by the Chennai Metropolitan Police in this regard-

“In Chennai city, various crime prevention measures are being taken to find and arrest the criminals involved in the crime and to prevent the crime.

Further, by order of the Chennai Metropolitan Police Commissioner Shankar Jeewal, to curb the continuing activities of criminals who cause breach of public peace, which include murder, attempt to murder, theft, chain dacoity, cyber crime, drug smuggling, extortion , involved in land grabbing. Criminals involved in pornographic video production, sand smuggling, food smuggling, smallpox and sex crimes and hoarding life saving drugs for corona infection are being closely monitored and arrested under the Anti Threat Police Act. .

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From January 1, 2022 to May 13, 2022, 82 criminals in the Chennai metropolis were involved in murder, attempt to murder and breach of public peace, 26 were found guilty of theft, chain robbery, burglary and money laundering. On the orders of Chennai Metropolitan Police, 117 convicts have been arrested and remanded under the Anti Threat Police Act, in which 2 guilty, 2 guilty of having sex with women, 1 guilty of raping women, 1 guilty involved in cyber Are included. Crime and 1 convict arrested in food smuggling unit

Also, in the last one week from May 7 to May 13, 3 convicts involved in attempt to murder, 1 guilty in burglary case, 3 guilty in cannabis case, 1 guilty involved in house burglary, land grab by Central Criminal Division has come to the fore. On the orders of the Chennai Metropolitan Police Commissioner, a total of 10 accused, including 1 accused in the case and 1 accused of the Fraud Investigation Unit, have been taken on remand under the Anti Threat Police Act.

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Therefore, the Chennai Metropolitan Police will continue to closely monitor and take appropriate legal action against persons disturbing public peace, murder, attempt to murder, theft, extortion, extortion of life saving drugs, narcotics and illicit drugs. Reported by
It is said so.

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