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Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Thieves Shehzad and Sajid open fire at police near Ajmer Dargah in Rajasthan

On Tuesday evening, two thieves opened fire on the Kerala Police officials who went to Ajmer to investigate a robbery case. The incident took place inside Ajmer Sharif Dargah, Rajasthan.

The Kerala Police had reached Ajmer concerning gold thefts in the Aluva and Kuttamassery areas of Ernakulam district. The accused fired at the special squad of Aluva SP, who came to arrest the accused. They arrived in Ajmer to arrest the accused, Shehzad and Sajid, who committed thefts in Aluva and elsewhere. Shehzad and Sajid are natives of Roorkee, Uttarakhand.

After a three-hour search operation in the Ajmer Sharif Dargah region, the police team found the two thieves inside the Dargah. To try to get away from the police, Shehzad and Sajid shot three rounds of ammunition at the police. The accused took advantage of the chaos and tried to run away.

Police chased the thieves and overpowered them as they resisted being taken into custody. Locals recorded footage of the officers and robbers exchanging blows in a little alley.

One of the individuals can be seen attempting to flee from the police on camera once more, but he was quickly apprehended. Finally, after three hours of hard work, the police overpowered the accused.

NDTV reported that two handguns, seven live rounds, a magazine, a niqab, and a screwdriver were found on them after the accused were apprehended, according to the police. Following the altercation, Sharan Kamale Gopinath, an IPS officer from Ajmer, was injured. Both Sajid and Shahzad have multiple cases against them.

One report suggested that police recovered a large amount of gold stolen from Kerala from the possession of the accused in a guest house where the accused was staying. Devendra Vishnoi, SP Ajmer said the Dargah police station had registered a case and conducted an investigation.

Kerala police located and apprehended the accused with the assistance of the Ajmer police. The arrested accused will be brought to Aluva after being produced in court. Is the Ajmer Dargah a haven for such criminals?

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