April 03, 2024 09:43 PM


Under the direction of Haryana Director General of Police Shatrujeet Kapur, Operation Akarman-8 was launched on March 31 in the state to crackdown on criminals, criminal elements, and drug traffickers. During this operation, a total of 1403 teams comprising 6737 police personnel conducted simultaneous raids across the state, resulting in the registration of 505 FIRs under IPC, NDPS, Excise, and Arms Acts and the arrest of 982 accused. Under the leadership of SPs and DSPs, 505 teams of 6737 police personnel initiated raids on offenders and criminals from the early morning of March 31, which continued until late evening. Conducting raids simultaneously at different locations yielded excellent results in targeting criminals.

During this period, 27 FIRs were registered under the Arms Act, and 27 pistols were seized. In this case, 10 people were arrested. Similarly, 17 kg 625 grams of cannabis, 95.72 grams of heroin, 102.68 grams of smack, and 2.216 kilograms of charas were seized across the state, leading to the arrest of 17 accused. He further mentioned that during this campaign, teams apprehended 1 notorious criminal, and 5 wanted criminals were captured.

Additionally, police successfully apprehended 11 cybercriminals, 78 proclaimed offenders, and 70 bail jumpers. These criminals were wanted in several cases and were evading arrest. Furthermore, during the special campaign, police successfully seized 761 bottles of English liquor, 4879 bottles of country liquor, 643 bottles of beer, 436 bottles of illicit liquor, and 1810 liters of lahan under the Excise Act, leading to crackdowns on liquor traffickers. From the possession of 28 accused arrested under the Gambling Act, the police also seized ₹185,265 in cash. During this campaign, fines were imposed on 3952 vehicles for violating traffic rules. It is noteworthy that Operation Akarman was carried out across the state to crack down on crime and criminal elements to ensure a safe environment for the people of the state.

The police department conducted this eighth campaign to provide a fear-free environment to the people of the state. 

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