Haryana: DSP tries to stop mining mafia truck in Aravalis in Nuh, mowed down

NUH: A 59-year-old deputy superintendent of Haryana Police was mowed down by a truck carrying stones from an illegal mining site in the Aravalis when he intercepted the vehicle and asked the driver to stop in Pachgaon village of Nuh around noon on Tuesday.
Police said DSP (Tauru) Surender Singh Bishnoi received a tip-off about the movement of mining mafia in the region around 11.30am and had immediately left with gunman Umesh, ASI Sanjay Kumar and Amit, his driver, in the police vehicle, a Bolero.
Once he became aware that he was being chased, the truck driver offloaded stones to block the police vehicle’s way and tried to escape towards one of the hillocks but the Bolero’s driver managed to get past the obstacles and catch up. Cornered and restricted to the truck, Mittar, the driver, and Ikkar, his helper, took out their pistols and threatened the cops. “They said to each other they will be jailed if they are caught. Then they said, ‘Let’s show police the consequences of stopping our vehicle’,” ASI Kumar wrote in a complaint.
Cop with DSP: Driver, aides had guns, said ‘let’s show them consequences’
After that, Mittar hit the pedal and sped the truck towards us with an intention to kill. Amit, Umesh and I managed to jump out of the way. The DSP also tried to, but the truck hit him and crushed him,” Kumar stated. The dumper did not have a registration number plate on the rear and the number painted on the front was only partially visible (HR 74 A).
Nuh is among the three south Haryana districts where the Supreme Court had in 2009 put a blanket ban on mining. The spot where the DSP was killed is around half an hour’s drive from Sohna in Gurgaon, in the middle of rocky, undulating Aravali terrain.
One of the occupants of the truck, Ikkar — believed to be one of the helpers of the driver – was arrested around 4pm after a brief gunfight in Silkoh village, which is also in Nuh but around 8km away, further towards the Rajasthan border. Police said they have launched a massive search operation to find the five others, among them the truck driver Mittar. The accused in the truck were armed with pistols, police said.
Both Ikkar and Mittar are residents of Pachgaon. Later in the day, director general of police (DGP) PK Agarwal visited the Community Health Centre in Nuh, where the DSP’s postmortem was conducted. “The DSP was killed by those involved in illegal mining and he died on the spot. We have registered a case of murder and one suspect has been nabbed after an exchange of fire. The main suspect (Mittar) is yet to be arrested,” he said.
A police official told TOI that the procedure for following up on information about illegal mining includes informing the station house officer (SHO) and the crime Investigation Agency (CIA). “In this case, it appears it wasn’t done. Possibly because the team wanted to act urgently,” a police official said on the condition of anonymity. Hours after the incident, state police got information that Ikkar was hiding in a village settlement in Silkoh. Nuh superintendent of police (SP) Varun Singla said a team was sent to arrest him, but he fired at them and tried to escape.
“After the incident, there was a search operation and around 4pm, the cops located Ikkar in Silkoh village. There was an exchange of fire as the culprits were armed. Ikkar was shot in the knee following which he fell to the ground. He was taken to a hospital in Nalhar, Nuh,” the SP said.
The six accused – Ikkar, Mittar and four others yet to be identified – have been named in an FIR at Tauru police station.
The six have been booked under sections 302 (murder), 307 (attempt to murder), 333 (voluntarily causing grievous hurt to deter public servant from his duty), 353 (assault or criminal force to deter public servant), 186 (voluntarily obstructs any public servant), 120-B (criminal conspiracy), 379 (punishment for theft), 188 (disobedience to order) and 506 (punishment for criminal intimidation) of IPC. Relevant provisions of the Mines and Minerals Act, the Prevention of Damage to Public Property and the Arms Act have also been added.

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