The person who was thought to be dead was working as a security guard, was looking for warranty in case of robbery and dacoity, police arrested him after 18 years

Civil Line Rampur Police arrested the absconding accused of robbery and dacoity, who was released from jail on bail.

Under the direction of Superintendent of Police Jitendra Shukla and the guidance of Additional Superintendent of Police Abhishek Verma and City Superintendent of Police Bhushan Ekka, guidelines were given to arrest goondas and warrantees. In this sequence, the arrest of goondas and warrantees has been started. In this connection, Civil Line police station in-charge Mrityunjay Pandey had deployed the Civil Line police team to investigate the warranty horoscope.

He was absconding for a long time and was being traced. Meanwhile, a robbery and dacoity incident took place in Kotwali police station area in the year 2005 in which Prasanna Kumar Rahi, resident of RP Nagar, was made an accused. He was absconding after being released on bail. On the instructions of the station in-charge, constables Yogesh Rajput and Deep Narayan Tripathi were busy searching for the warranty.

During this time it was revealed that a young man resided in Balko. He works as a security guard in a company. Its appearance resembles that of a warranty. Based on this information the police team was keeping an eye. Ultimately the police caught the young man as soon as he reached home. Upon enquiry, the reality came to light. After being released on bail, he changed his name and was living in Bilaspur for many years. After this Balco came.

Where he was working as a guard while hiding his identity. Since he hid his identity. He remained isolated from people. Someone in his family had also died. In such a situation, people he knew used to speculate about his death.

Despite searching for 18 years, the police started considering him dead as no clue was found, but after years, he was finally caught by the police. Police executed the warrant and arrested the accused and sent him on judicial remand.

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