The premises of the snipers of Lawrence Bishnoi’s gang were raided


Earlier today, the NIA conducted searches at multiple locations in various states.

Sonipat:

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) raided the premises of snipers belonging to Lawrence Bishnoi in Sonipat, sources said on Tuesday.

The NIA raided the premises of infamous gangsters Raju Basodi and Akshay Palda.

Raju Basodi and Akshay Palda have been charged with committing more than two dozen serious criminal incidents in northern India, the NIA said.

Earlier today, the NIA carried out searches at several locations in various northern Indian states as part of an ongoing case against gangs and their link to terrorist groups.

The raids were carried out in Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR) to dismantle and disrupt the emerging nexus between terrorists, gangsters, drug traffickers and traffickers based in India and the ‘foreign.

Separate NIA teams, in coordination with state police forces, carried out these raids simultaneously at certain locations of the gangsters based on certain specific inputs, a source familiar with the development told ANI.

On September 12, the NIA conducted similar searches in 50 locations in Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Delhi and the NCR region.

The NIA crackdown followed the launch of investigations into the link by the counter-terrorism agency after the re-registration of two cases, previously recorded by Delhi police, on August 26 this year. Some of the most desperate gang leaders and their associates based in India and abroad who direct and carry out such terrorist and criminal activities have been identified and convicted.

“Recent sensational crimes and calls for extortion by criminal syndicates and gangsters against businessmen, professionals, including doctors, etc., have created widespread fear among the population,” it said. the NIA earlier.

“These gangs were using cyberspace to publicize these crimes in order to strike terror among the general public.”

The NIA’s investigations also revealed that these criminal acts were not isolated local incidents, but that there was a deep-rooted conspiracy among terrorists, gangsters and drug cartels and networks, which operated at the both inside and outside the country.

“Many gang leaders and members had fled India and were now operating from foreign countries, including Pakistan, Canada, Malaysia and Australia,” the NIA said when it first conducted a survey. mega raid against these gangs.

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