Delhi Police directed its officials to manage smooth functioning of the Oxygen plant in Badarpur amid the shortage in wake of the second wave of COVID-19. "We gathered our team from Badarpur Police Station and directed them to manage the smooth functioning of the plant. We didn't want anybody go without oxygen. We give priority to senior citizens and emergency patients. People bless us and that's our award," said Badarpur SHO.
Delhi Police has arrested three persons Ravi Sharma, Shambhu Shah and Mohammed Abdul for allegedly selling painted fire extinguishers as oxygen cylinders. In the wake of the increasing demand for Oxygen cylinders during the current wave of the pandemic, they had gathered a large number of fire extinguishers in their godowns. They used to paint them black. Along with this, the accused were selling the cylinders' nozzle at a higher price. An NGO, a victim of their fraud, lodged a complaint with the police that some people had sold them fire extinguishers in the name of oxygen cylinders at high prices. The police registered a case and launched an investigation. Subsequently, it raided a warehouse in Alipur and arrested the three accused when they were carrying out the operations to change the cylinders. Police have recovered Rs 49,500 cash and 532 fire extinguishing gas cylinders, 26 oxygen gas cylinder nozzles, black paint boxes from their possession.
With the arrest of four accused, Delhi Police busted a racket indulged in black marketing of Oxygen Concentrator Machines, highly required equipment for the treatment of COVID-19 patients. In this regard, information was received from a secret informer that a person namely Anuj Jain is selling oxygen concentrator machines at higher prices through black-marketing. On this, a raiding team was sent as decoy customer to purchase the machine. He found the above-mentioned person along with another person who was present at Sanjay Gandhi Transport Nagar and during the enquiry, he agreed to sell one oxygen concentrator machine for Rs. 1,10,000 and accepted Rs 5000 as token money. On this, the decoy customer signalled the team and the raiding party immediately apprehended both persons. During the interrogation, accused persons disclosed that they have also stocked more oxygen concentrator machines at their house at Janakpuri for selling at higher prices in the black market. After that on their stance police arrested their other associates. Total 115 oxygen concentrator machines recovered from their possession.
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A woman was killed after she was stabbed by a snatcher for resisting attempt in Delhi's Adarsh Nagar area on February 27. Woman was coming home from market when the incident occurred. The victim later..
A 25-year-old woman was stabbed to death allegedly by a snatcher in North-West Delhi. Police said a woman was stabbed while she was trying to resist a robbery bid in Adarsh Nagar. The woman was coming..
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A woman was killed after she was stabbed by a snatcher for resisting attempt in Adarsh Nagar area on February 27. Woman was coming home from market and was holding her child when the incident occurred...