Ghaziabad News: Parade in the police station of history-sheeters, above 70 said – ‘Somehow the day passes now’

Ghaziabad News: Parade in the police station of history-sheeters, above 70 said - 'Somehow the day passes now'
Ghaziabad: On Sunday, there was a long line in the police stations falling in the countryside area of ​​the city. One by one everyone was being given entry. In fact, for crime control, SP Dehat had asked all the history sheeters of his area to go to the police station and get the information about them done. After this the history sheeters of almost all the police stations reached and gave their information. SP Dehat Iraj Raja told that there are 790 history sheeters in 8 police stations of the countryside. This work was done for crime control and updating information about them. More than 400 reached and informed the police about themselves. On Sunday, this work could not be done due to law and order duty in some police stations. In such a situation, all the history-sheeters will have their last chance on Monday.

‘Sir now where is the crime’
During this action, some such history-sheeters also reached who were more than 70 years of age. He went to the police station and told the police only that, ‘Now where is the crime sir. Somehow the day passes’. Such a sight was seen in almost every police station. Where he told the police that he was away from crime for many years. During this, the police instructed him to stay away from crime. Please tell that the police monitor the history sheeter recorded in the police records from time to time.

Action will be taken if you do not reach today
SP Dehat told that Monday will be the last chance of the history sheeter. Action will be taken on those who do not reach after this. District can be made worse by imposing Goonda Act on them. Apart from this, the police will also do the work of getting the bail canceled of those who are out on bail.

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