Press Reporter News Service
Mohali, June 8
The police arrested a Muzaffarnagar native with eight country-made pistols and 9 magazines close to the Sante Majra village bus stand on Sunday.
The 24-year-old suspect, Mohd Sharukh, was carrying eight country-made pistols and 9 magazines in his bag on the time of arrest, stated the police.
The police stated a case of theft was already registered in opposition to him on the Muzaffarnagar police station. He was imprisoned for six months within the Muzaffarnagar jail within the theft case.
The police stated the unlawful arms provider earlier used to work as an electrician in his village and get a month-to-month wage of Rs10,000. Prior to now, he had labored with constructing contractors in UP, Bihar, Gujarat and Punjab.
The police stated additional interrogation of the suspect was underway in order to disclose the particulars concerning the weapons he had been supplying elsewhere in order that different individuals concerned on this case is also traced.
A case beneath Sections 25, 54 and 59 of the Arms Act was registered in opposition to the suspect on the Sadar Kharar police station on June 6. The suspect was produced earlier than a courtroom in the present day, which remanded him in three-day police custody.