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    Haryana Police Busts Cyber Fraud Ring: Arrests and Recoveries

    Haryana Police have successfully arrested four individuals, including an assistant manager and two deputy managers of a private bank in Gurugram, tightening the noose on cyber criminals. These individuals collaborated with cybercriminals, sharing personal information related to bank accounts. The police team has recovered two mobile phones from the possession of the accused. The accused were identified as Mohit Rathi, Mahesh Kumar, Vishwakarma Maurya, and Hayat. They had collaborated with a cyber fraud mastermind in Mewat through Hayat, providing bank accounts for cyber fraud incidents in exchange for a fee ranging from 15,000 to 20,000 rupees per account. The police team is acquiring details of bank accounts opened by the accused and conducting thorough interrogations to uncover information about other accomplices and incidents. Subsequent actions will be based on the facts revealed during police interrogation.

    Palwal Anti-Narcotics Cell nabs 2 smugglers with 361 kg 550 grams of cannabis worth about Rs 1 crore

    The Haryana Police has achieved major success under the anti-drug campaign. The various crime units of the district police are continuously cracking down on drug trafficking and are successful in nabbing drug smugglers. The team of Palwal Anti-Narcotics Cell in-charge Sub-Inspector Ajit Nagar has successfully nabbed two accused with a large consignment of 361.55 kilograms of cannabis leaves worth about Rs 1 crore in a closed body canter. A case has been registered against both the accused and further investigation has been started. The two arrested accused will be taken on police remand and the illegal drug trafficking racket will be busted other accused involved will also be arrested soon.

    Travel Advisory: Route Information for Chandigarh-Delhi Commuters Amid Farmer March

    In light of the call issued by farmer organizations for a march to Delhi on 13th February, the general public is hereby informed that passengers traveling from Chandigarh to Delhi should consider the route via Panchkula, Barwala, Saha, Shahbad, Kurukshetra or via Panchkula, Barwala, Yamunanagar (NH-344), Ladwa, Indri to reach Delhi via Karnal. Similarly, for those traveling from Delhi to Chandigarh, it is advised to use the route via Karnal, Indri, Ladwa, Yamunanagar (NH-344), Panchkula or via Kurukshetra, Shahbad, Saha, Barwala, Panchkula. In case of any uncomfortable situation, please contact dial-112. Haryana Police appeals to the general public to consider using the rail route as a precautionary measure to travel to Punjab, in light of the announcement of the farmers' march to Delhi on February 13.

    Haryana Police Takes Measures Ahead of Farmers' March

    In response to the upcoming farmers' march to Delhi on February 13, the Haryana Police has implemented comprehensive security arrangements in the border and other sensitive districts to ensure the maintenance of law and order. To safeguard public safety, Section 144 has been enforced in 15 districts, prohibiting any form of demonstrations or marches involving tractor-trolleys. The Social Media Monitoring Cell is actively monitoring potential misinformation on social media platforms, and the general public is urged not to share content or videos without proper verification. Stricter actions will be taken against those disrupting law and order, emphasizing the Haryana Government's commitment to maintaining peace in the state. Passengers traveling to Punjab are advised to follow traffic advisories issued by Haryana Police and minimize unnecessary travel. In case of emergencies, the public is encouraged to contact 112 for prompt assistance

    Haryana's Road Safety Quiz: Inspiring Young Minds for Safer Roads

    The Sixth Haryana State Level Road Safety Quiz Competition was held at the Government Women's College, Sector-14, Panchkula, focusing on promoting road safety awareness. Shatrujeet Kapur, Director General of Police, Haryana, graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. During the event, DGP Kapur felicitated the winning participants, offering his congratulations and motivating other students to strive for excellence in the future.Addressing the participants, Shatrujeet Kapur, Director General Police, Haryana, emphasized the crucial role of instilling road safety awareness from a young age. He lauded the competition's objective to cultivate a habit of traffic rule adherence among students. Highlighting the grim reality of approximately 2.25 lakh annual road accident fatalities in India, Sh. Kapur underscored the collective effort needed to minimize this number.

    Sixth Haryana State Level Road Safety Quiz Competition Scheduled for February 8th

    The Sixth Haryana State Level Road Safety Quiz Competition is set to take place on February 8th, focusing on creating awareness about road safety. The event will be hosted at the Government Post Graduate Women's College in Sector-14, Panchkula. The primary goal of this competition is to instill awareness about road safety among the general public, facilitated through the participation of students. The state-level competition will feature 108 students from 36 teams, with 12 students each representing every range and Commissionerate. The event has a history of significant participation, with over 44 lakh students from across the state registering in the Limca Book of World Records during the 2016-17 edition. Rewards will be given to students securing the first, second, and third positions in the competition.

    Haryana Anti-Corruption Bureau Busts ?100 Crore Scam in Integrated Cooperative Development Project

    The Haryana Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has busted a major scam within the Integrated Cooperative Development Project, unearthing a ?100 crore corruption racket. In a swift move, they arrested 14 individuals, including 10 senior officers and 4 private individuals, for their involvement. The Anti-Corruption Bureau team, upon investigation, exposed a ?100 crore scam within the Integrated Cooperative Development Project. Assistant Registrars and District Registrars of Cooperative Societies, colluding with an auditor, allegedly misappropriated funds for personal gain. They misused government funds deposited in official accounts to purchase flats, land, and other assets, etc. These officials further attempted to cover their tracks by forging government documents and bank details. A thorough investigation is underway to gather all necessary evidence.

    Haryana Hackathon Champions Youth Innovation in Fighting Drug Addiction

    Haryana Director General of Police, Shatrujeet Kapur, lauded the success of a recent hackathon, highlighting its role in equipping young minds with the mental strength to say no to drugs, even in challenging situations. "While honouring the winners of the final round of the drug de-addiction hackathon organized by Haryana Police and Haryana State Narcotics Control Bureau in Panchkula, Shatrujeet Kapur lauded the 'transformative influence' of technology. He pointed to the vast difference between today's information-rich landscape and the communication limitations of the past. Applauding the hackathon's 'effective utilization' of modern tools and collaboration, he emphasized how this 'dynamic synergy' empowers young minds not only to 'establish healthy boundaries' regarding drugs but also to understand them in this complex age.

    DGP Efforts Towards Policemen's Welfare and Youth Employment

    The Director General of Police, Shatrujeet Kapur, stated that Haryana Police is conducting 6,000 bumper recruitments, including 5,000 recruitments for the male category and 1,000 recruitments for the female category. Mr. Kapur interacted with the policemen, encouraging them to avail themselves of the welfare schemes in place. Alongside senior officers, welfare inspectors from all districts also participated in the workshop. Unemployed children can prepare for these recruitments and apply for them. Additionally, Mr. Kapur mentioned that Haryana Police has started opening e-libraries for children who want to prepare for competitive examinations. Children can get free national-level coaching in these e-libraries. E-Library have been opened in Sonipat district, while the work of opening e-libraries in other districts is in progress.

    DGP, Haryana Advocates for Stronger Control of Pregabalin and Tapentadol to Combat Drug Abuse

    In a decisive move to combat the escalating drug abuse problem in the districts bordering Punjab, the Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) of the Haryana State Narcotics Control Bureau (HSNCB) OP Singh has written to Narcotic Control Bureau (NCB), New Delhi, requesting it to take steps for the inclusion of Pregabalin and Tapentadol under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS), 1985. “The request follows alarming reports about the increased abuse of these drugs, originally prescribed for medical purposes in neurology, psychiatry, and primary healthcare. Pregabalin, an anticonvulsant, and Tapentadol, an analgesic, have unfortunately found their way into the hands of those seeking to misuse them, leading to significant health crises.” Said DGP, Haryana, Shatrujeet Kapur.

    Haryana Police Crack Down on Cybercrime

    The efforts of Haryana Police in combating cybercrimes are yielding positive results. Cybercriminals are now being monitored and apprehended not only within the borders of Haryana but also beyond. This operation marks the largest initiative by the Panipat Cyber Crime Police Station against cybercriminals. The four arrested individuals, involved in an online fraud scheme, deceived 4575 people across different states and union territories. Investigations revealed that they defrauded victims of Rs 15 crore 83 lakh 22 thousand 679. A total of 179 cases and 4396 complaints have been registered against the accused nationwide, including 10 cases and 210 complaints in Haryana.

    Two Haryana Police Officers Receive President Police Medal, One officer Gallantry Medal and 6 will be honored with Police Medal on Republic Day

    On the occasion of Republic Day, two Haryana police officers will be honoured with the President's Police Medal for distinguished services, one officer received the Gallantry Medal, and 6 police personnel will be awarded with Police Medals for meritorious services. Inspector General of Police (Administration) Sanjay Kumar, stationed at Police Headquarters, and Inspector General of Police Rajendra Kumar, working in the Rewari Range of Southern Haryana, have been conferred the President's Police Medal for distinguished services. Additionally, DSP Pradeep Kumar of the Haryana Police Academy has been recognized with the Gallantry Medal for meritorious services. Expressing his pride in the recipients, Director General of Police Shatrujeet Kapur congratulated them and highlighted their achievements as a source of inspiration for the entire force.

    Anti Corruption Bureau eyes on corrupt officials in 2023, conducted 152 raids, record 226 arrests in a year

    In a proactive drive against corruption in government departments, Haryana Anti-Corruption Bureau in line with the zero-tolerance policy of the State Government, has registered a record number of cases related to graft in the previous year which enabled the state government to put a check on the corrupt practices in the government offices. The Bureau registered 205 cases (including 152 traps) in 2023 which is the second-highest number during the last 10 years. The Bureau has conducted 152 raids in the year 2023 & recovered Rs. 86,12,300/- on the spot and arrested 186 government servants, including 30 gazetted officer, 156 non-gazetted officials and 40 private individuals, during the year 2023.

    Haryana Police Tightens Security Measures for Republic Day

    Haryana is fortifying security measures in anticipation of Republic Day celebrations, as the police intensify surveillance on all routes leading to the venue. In a pivotal video conference, Director General of Police, Shatrujeet Kapur, spearheaded a thorough examination of law and order preparations, attended by ADGPs, IGs, Superintendents of Police, and other senior officers from across the state. During the meeting, Mr. Kapur underscored the national significance of Republic Day and urged all police officers to meticulously study the law and order arrangements, leaving no room for negligence. Written directives emanating from Police Headquarters have been disseminated to all districts, emphasizing heightened security at designated points.

    DGP Shatrujeet Kapur Highlights Women's Safety Initiatives at State-Level Workshop

    Haryana Director General of Police, Shatrujeet Kapur, participated as the chief guest in a state-level workshop themed 'Aasman Chuti betiyan -Mhari Laado,' held at Indradhanush Auditorium, Sector-5, Panchkula, as part of the ongoing second book fair series. Kapur detailed Haryana Police's three-pronged approach to ensuring women's safety and underscored the pivotal role of women in building a robust society. During the event, Sh. Kapur outlined the primary initiatives of the Haryana Police: securing areas prone to molestation, creating a comprehensive database of public transport, and implementing a trip monitoring system for women's safe travel. Currently, 5750 women policemen are actively deployed to identify unsafe locations for women. Sh. Kapur encouraged educational institutions, Women's Cell in-charges, and Internal Grievance Redressal Committee members to collaborate with Haryana Police by reporting areas where women feel unsafe.

    Haryana Police Cracks Down on Illegal Liquor Smuggling, Seizing 627 Boxes and Rs 22 Lakh Worth of Booze

    Taking major action against illegal liquor smugglers, Haryana Police seized 627 boxes of illicit liquor worth about Rs 22 lakh, destined from Ludhiana to Gujarat. This success was achieved by the Bhiwani Police, which promptly acted based on secret information. The police department's team is actively working to apprehend Khurda, who is involved in selling illegal liquor in the state. During this operation, a zero-tolerance policy is being implemented. Haryana Director General of Police, Shatrujeet Kapur said that to curb the sale of illegal liquor, monitoring is being conducted at different levels, leading to the apprehension of culprits. He further said that senior officials in the state are overseeing the monitoring, ensuring prompt action and immediate capture of the accused.

    Director General of Police Initiates Progressive Measures for Police Welfare in Panchkula

    Haryana Director General Police, Shatrujeet Kapur, marked a significant stride in police welfare by inaugurating the Central Mess for police personnel at the Sector-14 police station in Panchkula. During his visit, Sh. Kapur meticulously examined the arrangements at the central mess and actively participated by sharing a meal with the officers. This newly inaugurated mess, the second in Panchkula district, follows the successful launch of a similar facility at the MDC police station earlier. Sh. Kapur took the opportunity to inspect the police station's essential amenities and offered crucial directives to the officers present. Emphasizing the welfare initiatives for policemen, Sh. Kapur highlighted the department's commitment to not only providing on-site dining facilities through canteens but also addressing the employment needs of their unemployed children.

    Haryana DGP Meets Telecom Companies, Addresses Network Issues for Helpline Numbers 112 and 1930

    Haryana Director General Police Shatrujeet Kapur met with representatives of telecom companies to address network problems faced with helpline numbers 112 and 1930. During a meeting with representatives of telecom companies, Sh. Kapur provided a comprehensive list of identified problem areas and issued instructions to rectify them promptly. The objective of the meeting was to find a permanent solution to network-related challenges faced by Haryana 112 and Cyber Helpline No. 1930. The meeting included a thorough review of call connectivity to these helpline numbers from each district. It was revealed that police station in-charges and officers statewide engage in trial calls to the cyber helpline number 1930 at various times each month. The goal is to ensure the availability of calls on the helpline numbers mentioned.

    Haryana Police Conducts Surgical Strike on Cyber Fraud

    The efforts made by Haryana Police to combat cyber crimes are yielding positive results, not only within the state but also beyond its borders. Cybercriminals are being monitored and apprehended, as evidenced by the recent action taken by the Cyber Crime Police Station of District Panipat. In a surgical strike, four individuals were arrested from Patna for committing fraud in the name of offering company franchises and conducting fake lucky draws through a fabricated website. The gang, active for the past year, defrauded people in various states, amounting to crores of rupees. The accused were found in possession of 14 mobile phones, 1 laptop, 18 SIM cards, 2 fake stamps of State Bank, 4 other stamps, 304 addressed envelopes, 900 lucky draw coupons, and 93 offer forms.

    Haryana Cracks Down on Crime in Massive Operation

    Following the direct orders of Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij, the State Police launched a comprehensive anti-crime offensive - Operation Aakraman- 7. In a coordinated strike, 1355 police teams comprising 6582 officials fanned out across Haryana, targeting criminal elements, drug smugglers, and miscreants. Their mission was clear: to dismantle clandestine operations and restore public safety. The meticulous operation yielded immediate results. Over 490 cases were registered under various laws, including the Indian Penal Code, Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, Excise Act, and Arms Act. These swift actions led to the apprehension of 683 individuals involved in illegal activities.

    Haryana Police & Narcotics Bureau Host Hackathon to Tackle Drug Addiction in Youth

    In a unique initiative to combat drug addiction among youth, the Haryana Police and Haryana State Narcotics Control Bureau are collaborating on a digital platform Hackathon. This innovative approach aims to harness the power of digital media and harness young minds to create impactful solutions for de-addiction. An impressive 3,100 participants from colleges, universities, and institutions across the country participated in the first stage of the Hackathon, developing prototypes and solutions focused on tackling drug addiction. These varied solutions explored both non-technical and technical avenues, ranging from online games and metaverse software to practical prototype solutions. Director General of Police Shatrujeet Kapur emphasized the vital role of digital platforms in spreading awareness and offering alternative paths to young people facing challenges. He highlighted the Hackathon's potential to identify innovative solutions that empower youth to navigate difficult situations and resist the lure of drugs, using tools like e-sports and engaging gaming concepts.

    Special Electricity Theft Campaign in Haryana Nets 158 Cases

    In a swift joint operation to curb power theft and enforce regulations, the Haryana State Enforcement Bureau (HSEnB) and the Vigilance wing of Haryana Power Utilities (HPUs) launched a Special Electricity Theft Checking Campaign on January 13, Senior officials from both agencies led 22 teams comprising 500 police personnel from HSEnB and 70 HPU officers. These teams conducted thorough checks uncovering a staggering 158 cases of electricity theft and related offenses. During the campaign, a total of 376 connections/premises were checked, out of which 3 industrial cases of 34.81 KW, 55 non-domestic cases of 259.19 KW, 66 domestic cases of 197.19 KW, and 2 agriculture cases of 9.02 KW direct thefts were detected. A total of 126 cases of 500.21 KW direct thefts were detected during this checking campaign. Moreover, during the checking, 3 cases of power resale, 8 cases of category change, and 21 cases of load extension were also detected.

    Haryana Police Force Expands: Big Recruitment Drive on the Horizon

    The Haryana government is set to commence a massive recruitment drive within the police department. New rules are currently being formulated by the government for the police department. Following the completion of this process, the recruitment drive for the youth in the police department will be initiated. This information was disclosed today by Director General of Police, Shatrujeet Kapur, during a press conference held in the village of Narelkheda. Kapoor, who was present in Sirsa for a felicitation ceremony honoring a drug-free society, served as the chief guest for the event.

    Haryana Celebrates 20 Drug-Free Villages as Police Department Recruitment Looms

    In Narelkheda village, Haryana celebrated the achievement of 20 villages in the Hisar division becoming drug-free. The event was graced by the Director General of Police (DGP) Shatrujeet Kapur, marking his first tour to the district since assuming his new role. DGP Shatrujeet Kapur presented certificates to the representatives of the 20 villages in the Hisar division for achieving drug-free status in a function held in Narelkheda village. Addressing the gathering , he emphasized the significant role women have played in making these villages drug-free, deserving congratulations. Praising women's efforts in de-addiction, he suggested that if men assume even 10 percent of the responsibilities women bear in society, many societal challenges can be eliminated. Commending the work of the drug de-addiction team in the Hisar division, Kapur explained that a village is declared drug-free when no drugs are sold, and there is no drug addiction. Sh. Kapur urged collective action against drugs, encouraging citizens to report drug-related activities to the police through toll-free numbers 88140-11000 and 90508-91508.

    DGP Holds Meeting with Medical Association and Store Operators on De-addiction in Sirsa

    Haryana Director General of Police (DGP) Shatrujeet Kapur emphasized the crucial role of medical associations and store operators in combating drug addiction. Presiding over a meeting at Sirsa's Panchayat Bhawan, he urged them to join hands with the police and build a drug-free society. Drug addiction is a pressing societal challenge that necessitates a united front, said DGP Kapur. In addressing this issue, he underscores the critical importance of responsible medicine usage. Stressing the need for stringent adherence to regulations, Kapur directs his call specifically to store operators, urging them to refrain from selling banned drugs under any circumstances. Additionally, he emphasizes the significance of obtaining authorized doctor prescriptions as a prerequisite for dispensing medications. This proactive approach seeks to foster a collective commitment to combating drug addiction while ensuring that pharmaceutical practices align with legal and ethical standards.

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