Surajpol police arrests Absconding accused of Loot
Udaipur police on Friday arrested a notorious criminal who was wanted by the Falasia police regarding different police cases.
Udaipur police on Friday arrested a notorious criminal who was wanted by the Falasia police regarding different police cases. The police team including the cops of Falsia and Kotda police station by following the instructions of the Additional SP Police Head Quarter Hanuman Parasad and Dysp Kotda circle Shaitan Singh conducted a raid at his house at Jogiwad village and arrested him.
The team of Special Task Force including Goverdhan Singh Bhatti , Prahalad, Yogesh,Akhilesh, Ganesh, Yashpal and Dharmendra played an important role in the arrest of the accused.
S.P Ajaypal Lamba said that the accused was identified as Ganna Alais Ganiya (25) resident of Jogiwad village. He was absconding from the city since a year after he committed theft at three different houses in a single night in Kulyari village on 26 March 2014.
In that incidence, he along with his associates stole jewelry of gold and silver from one house and valuable items and cash from another. Police had arrested four of his aids Lalu, Manne Jitta and Lal Singh who were involved in the thefts with the key accused Ganna.
S.P further informed that Ganna was also wanted under the charge of double murder of a priest and the Nepali Guard of the Agneshwar Mahadev Temple of Mount Abu area of Sirohi District. He had killed both of them on 27th August 2014 and had stolen the ornaments and cash kept at the temple.
During the police interrogation Ganna revealed that he also remained inside jail for more than a period of 2 years since he was caught by the police for killing another two people in the year 2010. He came out last year from the jail and started committing theft and burglary with his accomplices, S.P added.
Police had also arrested the other members of his gang of production warrant from jail and started interrogating them all together about the number incidences of theft committed by them in the past and also putting efforts to recover the stolen items and ornaments.