Roorkee. Two defendants were arrested by police in connection with the illegal repossession of Chardham passengers who traveled there to obtain a green card, a fitness or hill license. Two printers, laptops, and other items were recovered by police, which included thousands of dollars. worth Both cash and checks. They were both taken to court by the police and placed in jail. Several names were discovered in the illegal recovery by the police. The police are searching for them.
SP camp Pramendra Sing Dobal, the SP camp camp director, held a press conference at their office on Tuesday to discuss illegal repossession. For those coming to Chardham Yatra, he said that online green cards, physical fitness and hill licence are required. The Narsan border has been set up as a counter by the ARTO.
The registration and issuance of green cards for passengers arriving from abroad is being done. This case was a result of complaints that people were illegally charging passengers from other states. ARTO Mangalore Kotwali was notified and a case was opened. The police have been searching for illegal extortionists since then.
SP Dehat reported that the police received information on Monday that a person is attempting an illegal recovery near Shakumbhari hotel. According to the information, Mohammad Sharbat Gate, Muzaffarnagar was seized by the police at the scene. He is a resident in Anees. Three driver’s licenses, three photographic state documents and Rs 4.500 were recovered by the police. He was captured by police and taken to Kotwali where he was questioned.
During interrogation, he stated that he had a driving license from Muzaffarnagar. He had arrived in Narsan four days before the Chardham Yatra began. He started to work on obtaining a greencard and a license from the top. Each car would bring him three to four thousand rupees. He used to give 1500 rupees each time he bought an internet cafe and 1000 rupees every time he ran for his fitness and hill permit.
He would have been able to save between one thousand and one-hundred rupees. He claimed that he had taken ten million rupees from Panipat travelers two days prior. Sonu resident Roorkee provided the license and green card. Sanjeev Khedajatt (alias Khedajatt), a Vicky, Mangalore resident, had also completed the paperwork to get the card. After raiding his Nasran office, the police arrested him. Vicky admitted that she had illegally taken him. SP Dehat indicated that both were taken to court and placed in jail.
The names of 15-20 people were listed
SP Dehat Pramendra Singh Dobal stated that the investigation has revealed that between 15 and 20 people illegally extort money from passengers at Narsan’s border with Purkaji. These names and addresses have been logged. All this information is being verified. After the verification, a case against them will be opened and they will be arrested.
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