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Gangster wanted in juvenile’s murder held

THE ASIAN AGE.
Published : Jun 13, 2018, 5:37 am IST
Updated : Jun 13, 2018, 5:37 am IST

The accused was identified as Sunil Bihari, a resident of Sadat Bazar, who belongs to Nawada, Bihar.

File photo of the then juvenile convict (Photo:PTI)
 File photo of the then juvenile convict (Photo:PTI)

New Delhi: The Delhi police crime branch on Tuesday arrested a proclaimed offender wanted for murdering a juvenile hawker. The accused is also involved in 15 other cases, the police said.

The accused was identified as Sunil Bihari, a resident of Sadat Bazar, who belongs to Nawada, Bihar.

 

The accused began his career in crime as a pick-pocket in trains. He came to Delhi 1998. In 1999, he was convicted in a robbery case. During his conviction, he developed a criminal network, said the police.

In June 2017, he committed the murder of a juvenile hawker while extorting money and threw his body near New Delhi Railway Station wrapping it in a blanket.

On Monday, following a tip-off that Bihari would come to Pandav Nagar to meet his friend, the police laid a trap and arrested him. He told the cops that he ran a gang  on Mumbai trains. for Bihari of Raju Hakkla gang near Pandav Nagar to meet his associate. At the instance of informer the police team apprehended accused Sunil.

 

During interrogation, accused Sunil Bihari disclosed that he is wanted in the murder case at New Delhi Railway station, where he brutally murdered juvenile hawker when he denied giving protection money to him. The Court declared him a Proclaimed Offender in this case.

Further he disclosed that he is operating a gang in Delhi Mumbai Railway Network and used to commit robbery, Pick-pocketing, and Drug trafficking along with his gang members. Usually he recruits teenagers in his gang to commit the crime in moving trains and at the area around the Platforms.

Tags: juvenile, raju hakkla gang, sunil bihari, drug trafficking