Jamshedpur, May 17: City police on Tuesday executed attachment order against two criminals at their houses at Baliguma in MGM police station area and Azadnagar police station area respectively.
At Baliguma, the police attached the property of notorious criminal Sanki Yadav and they executed the kurki-jabti warrant at the house of Sadab Khan in Azadnagar.
Yadav was absconding on being accused in the cases of opening firing at a transporter’s house at Mango on May 1 and subsequently demanding Rs 1 lakh as `rangdaari’ over phone from him. The victim, Rajendra Singh, lodged FIR against him with the Mango police station.
Officer-in-charge, Mango police station, Fulan Nath said that they had prayed the court of sub-divisional judicial magistrate Ashok Kumar for a ‘kurki-warant’ three days ago, and as the court issued the warrant on Monday, they got it executed the warrant this morning.
A team of police officials comprised of officers-in-charge, MGM, Azadnaar, Mango and Ulidih thanas reached at Yadav’s house for executing the attachment warrant, the family members had registered a strong protest. The police had forced the protestors to keep away from the work of attachment process.
After executing the attachment warrant at Yadav’s house, the same team of police officials had moved to Azadnagar and attached Khan’s double-storeyed house.
Officer-in-charge, Azadnagar thana, Anjani Kumar Singh said the family members of the accused Sadab Khan had removed most of the house-hold belongings before the police team had reached there.
Officer-in-charge of Ulidih police station, Kamlesh Paswan said that Sadab and two of his brothers, namely, Saheed and Jisan had duped a Kolkata-based businessman, Arif Malik of Rs 2.7 crore in the name of supplying the victim of iron ores. The police had arrested Saheed from Mumbai a month ago, but both Sadab and Jisan are still absconding.