Special Coverage by Inderjeet adhikari
Sirsa expedition will be conducted to keep the field of filthy, anti-social elements under control . Newly appointed Superintendent of Police Bhupendra Singh has stated his intentions. He has made it clear that now anti-social elements are not well in Sirsa district. Either they will have to leave Sirsa district or they will have to go behind bars. Mr. Singh has not only launched a campaign to unleash those who commit unethical acts, but he has also warned those who indulge in black trade as white robes.
Actually, the business of cricket bookies in Sirsa has been in operation for years. Transactions are carried out from Mumbai to Sirsa. Sirsa is notorious for bookies across the country. People who do business of bookies live as white clothes in Sirsa and also wear clothes of social worker. The police of these people is also active in the department. But newly appointed Superintendent of Police Bhupendra Singh has made his intentions clear that even the community thugs will not be able to escape from the police. Be it Sattakhaiwali or cricket bookies. No immoral act will be tolerated.
Superintendent of Police Bhupendra Singh has sent a message of this assurance to all the police station and outpost in-charge of the district that there should be no softening of any anti-social elements. Put such elements on the information received from the informers. No criminal elements should be allowed to roam free in Sirsa district. No drug trade will be tolerated nor any other kind of immoral acts in the district. Mr. Singh has also ordered to create better coordination between police and public. In order to win public confidence, direct communication is encouraged to be promoted. The kind of filings that have been decorated on their behalf, the meaningful results are expected to be revealed soon. It is certain that Sirsa district will definitely benefit from the experience of Superintendent of Police Bhupendra Singh.
Three cricket bookies captured from old housing board
The CIA Sirsa Police team betting on the T20 cricket match played between RCB and Mumbai Indius from the old Housing Board on the basis of important information during the patrol, to three youth with a speculative amount of Rs 20,000, one LED, two laptops, It is controlled with two laptop chargers, 12 mobile phones, 9 mobile chargers, an extension board, three WiFi routers and five mobile earphones. Giving information in this regard, District Superintendent of Police Bhupendra Singh said that the identity of the arrested youths was identified as Prince alias Sonu and Navdeep alias Kalu Putran Vijay Kumar Niwasian Old Housing Board Colony Sirsa and Raman Kumar alias Montu son Narendra Kumar resident of F-Block Sirsa. Has taken place in the form.