HS CDR leak case: Delhi, UP Police at loggerheads over arrested constable | WeForNews | Latest News, Blogs HS CDR leak case: Delhi, UP Police at loggerheads over arrested constable – WeForNews | Latest News, Blogs
Connect with us


HS CDR leak case: Delhi, UP Police at loggerheads over arrested constable



Delhi Police

New Delhi, July 14 : An Uttar Pradesh constable, Narender, arrested for leaking call detail records (CDRs) of over 200 persons for money is now at the centre of a tussle between Delhi Police and UP Police over his exact posting. The police of Uttar Pradesh has denied Delhi Police’s claim that the constable was from the office of the Kanpur IG.

Delhi Police, which busted the case on Sunday, announced during a media briefing that Narender was posted as a constable at the surveillance cell of the Kanpur Inspector General of Police office.

But Kanpur IG Zaki Ahmed has denied it. Ahmed told over phone that he had not been contacted by Delhi Police officers before and after the raid conducted in Kanpur. He denied that Narender was posted in his office.

“There is no surveillance cell in IG office in Kanpur, and he (Narender) was not associated with my office. He is presently posted in the surveillance cell of Kanpur SSP office and has also worked in DIG office. I am shocked at why they (Delhi Police) took my office’s name,” Ahmed told.

“I am not in a fighting mood… but they (Delhi Police) should have informed us before conducting the raid. They did not try to make an official communication with us, though there is a CRPC procedure to inform senior police officers before conducting raids in other state’s jurisdiction,” the Kanpur IG said.

The officer said he is ready to help Delhi Police in the investigation.

The Uttar Pradesh Police wrote a letter to Delhi Police on Wednesday refuting the latter’s claim that Narender was with the surveillance cell of the IG.

Delhi Police wrote back to the UP Police seeking clarification on Narender’s posting.

“We received a letter from Uttar Pradesh Police on Wednesday in which they have refuted that Narender was posted at the surveillance cell of Kanpur IG. In reply, we have sought clarification from Kanpur IG about the posting of the constable,” Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Ravindra Yadav told.

A senior Delhi Police official investigating the case told on condition of anonymity that the UP Police “tried to mislead the investigating team to avoid his questioning”.

The officer said that the Delhi Police raiding team which visited Kanpur two days before busting the racket was “wrongly informed” by Uttar Pradesh Police about the posting of Narender. “After several attempts (to learn about Narender), the UP Police explained to our officers that he was associated with the Kanpur IG office,” the officer said.

“We tried to contact the Kanpur IG and SSP but could not get proper information about Narender’s posting details,” the officer said.

The Delhi Police had on Sunday cracked an inter-state gang involved in illegally getting call detail records (CDRs) and then selling them to various people, mainly detective agencies. Four persons — Jaiveer Singh Rathore, 46, Pankaj Tiwari, 26, Aditya Sharma, 32, and Sanjeev Chaudhary, 42 — were arrested for illegally obtaining CDRs.

Investigators had earlier said that Rathore, owner of a detective agency based in Uttam Nagar in west Delhi, got the call records from Narender.

According to police, Rathore used to sell the CDRs to some private detective agencies, including Delhi-based BLS Management Solution Pvt. Ltd., for Rs 5,000 to Rs 30,000.

Investigators said that BLS has been illegally obtaining CDRs to spy on various targets at the behest of its clients who approached it for surveillance in matrimonial disputes, financial enquiries about their rivals, love affairs, civil disputes, legal disputes and others.


Women fatally shot in head during robbery in Patna

“An FIR has been registered against unidentified persons and effort are on to arrest them,” Patna SSP Upendra Sharma said.



Patna Firing

Patna, Nov 29: A woman was fatally shot in her head by robbers after she resisted their move to loot passengers of an aut-rickshaw in state capital Patna, police said on Sunday.

Saiqa Parveen was travelling with her husband Imran Alam in the auto-rickshaw when she was shot dead late Saturday night.

Police said that when the auto-rickshaw reached Chiraiyatadh flyover near Patna railway station, two men riding it asked the driver to stop. Two more persons riding two motorcycles reached the spot and looted all the passengers at gunpoint.

While Alam handed over his belongings, Parveen resisted the robbers. One of them shot her in the head, killing her on the spot.

Alam, a private bank employee in Siwan, was on way to his native Dehri-on-Sone town in Bihar along with his wife. As they had reached Patna at night, they were on way to the railway station for overnight stay in a nearby hotel, he told the police.

“An FIR has been registered against unidentified persons and effort are on to arrest them,” Patna SSP Upendra Sharma said.

Continue Reading


CRPF’s CoBRA Officer Killed in IED Blast Triggered by Maoists in Chhattisgarh’s Sukma




Indian Army CRPF Jammu And Kashmir encounter

An Assistant Commandant of the CoBRA (Commando Battalion for Resolute Action) unit, Nitin P Balerao, succumbed to his injuries from an IED blast triggered by naxals near Tadmetla area in Sukma district on Saturday night.

Ten personnel of the CRPF’s CoBRA unit were injured in an IED blast triggered by naxals in Chhattisgarh’s Sukma district on late Saturday evening. The Improvised Explosive Device went off in the forest near Tadmetla village when a team of security forces was out on an anti-naxal operation, Inspector General of Police (Bastar range) Sundarraj P said.

From among the injured, 8 personnel were lifted from a helicopter to Raipur during the midnight for further treatment. Two injured personnel are getting treatment at the CRPF Hospital in Chintalnar.

Continue Reading


We’ve resources to undertake coronavirus vaccination within 3-4 weeks: Delhi govt

Health and Family Welfare Minister Satyendar Jain made this announcement in at a press conference called to update Delhi’s daily health bulletin.




Vaccine Covid

The Delhi government on Saturday said it has infrastructure to undertake coronavirus vaccination among all city residents within three-four weeks, adding that it was only waiting for the vaccine to be made available.

Health and Family Welfare Minister Satyendar Jain made this announcement in at a press conference called to update Delhi’s daily health bulletin. He gave the updates on Covid-19, decreasing positivity rate, availability of beds, and preparations for vaccination.

He said that the government had enough resources like Mohalla Clinics, polyclinics, dispensaries and hospitals to administer coronavirus vaccine across Delhi. Jain asserted that there will be no issues about the optimal storage of the vaccine as well.

“We are only waiting for the vaccine to be made available. Delhi has the infrastructure to roll it out and make it accessible to all city residents within 3-4 weeks. Delhi is equipped with the latest infrastructure to facilitate the rollout of the vaccine to Delhi’s population.

“For application, there are Mohalla Clinics, hospitals etc. It depends on how soon we get it from the central government. As far as storage is concerned, all amenities have been taken care of,” Jain said.

The Delhi government’s response comes amid Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Saturday visit to Ahmedabad, Hyderabad and Pune where vaccine development process is going on.

Modi had recently held discussions with states and union territories on vaccine distribution once it is formulated.

Pointing out that there were 5,482 new cases in Delhi on Friday, the Minister said that the positivity rate had however come down to 8.51 per cent from 15.26 per cent. It has become less than half since November 7, 2020.

The Minister said that more than 50 per cent beds for coronavirus patients are available in Delhi hospitals at present. “Total bed available is more than 9,500. The occupancy rate is therefore steadily decreasing. In terms of ICU beds, more than 1,200 are available.”

Continue Reading

Most Popular

Corona Virus (COVID-19) Live Data

COVID-19 affects different people in different ways. Most infected people will develop mild to moderate illness and recover without hospitalization.