Surajpur police execute record 63 permanent warrants in 24 hours A 23 year old permanent warranty was caught
A special campaign was campaign was conducted under the leadership of Additional Superintendent of Police.
All the gazetted officers, station in-charge and entire staff of the district were involved in the campaign.
The highest 13 warrants were executed by Kotwali.
Surajpur:Surajpur police have set a record of executing 63 permanent warrants within 24 hours. The police team of Surajpur under the directives of In-charge SP Rajesh Agrawal and leadership of ASP Harish Rathoreexecuted this record number of warrants through a special campaign. The campaign was launched on the instructions of Police Headquarters Raipur and Surajpur Range Headquarters. All gazetted officers and station in-charges and their team played a pivotal role in the implementation of 63 permanent warrants in 24 hours which, so far, is a record.
The highest 13 permanent warrants were executed Surajpur police followed by Ramanujan Nagar police 09, Premnagar 2, Chandaura 4, Ramkola 2, Bhatgaon5, Pratappur 1, Jhilmili 2, Chandni 2, Odgi 1, Vishrampur 7, Jaynagar 12, and Outpost Basdei 1, Revti 1 and Chowki Latori executed 1, taking total to 63.
The Superintendent of Police has announced to reward all the officers and employees involved in this campaign.
In a theft case, the warranty, who had been absconding for the last 23 years, were also caught. Similarly, 5 years old permanent warrants related to NDPS Act were executed under the campaign.
Many vicious accused were living in the border districts by hiding their identities after being issued warrants by the court against them. Warranties were made to undergo Covid test and they were all found negative. All the accused, including those involved in women harassment cases, were presented in the Court.