The team of PO and summon staff of Chandigarh Police arrested four proclaimed offenders/absconders, including one involved in a four-year-old accident case. Providing information, Hariom Sharma, Inspector/Incharge of PO and Summons staff, stated that the team successfully apprehended four declared fugitives.
In the first case, PO Varinder Singh, a resident of DMC, Chandigarh, was arrested from Sector-38 West, Chandigarh, in connection with a Motor Vehicles Act case registered at Police Station 39, Chandigarh. After initially being arrested and presented before the court, the accused failed to appear for subsequent court hearings, resulting in his proclamation as an offender. He was then produced before the concerned court and sent to judicial custody.
In the second case, PO Sanjay alias Bihari, residing in Phase-2, BDC, Chandigarh, was arrested from the Transport Area, Sector-26, Chandigarh, related to a case at Police Station 26, Chandigarh.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Chandigarh administration had imposed restrictions on public movement, and the accused, unable to produce necessary permits or licenses, had a case registered against him. Subsequently, he remained absent in court, leading to his proclamation as an offender. The accused was produced before the court and sent to judicial custody. A non-bailable warrant was executed with the arrest of accused Irshad Ali, a resident of Mauli Jagra, Chandigarh. The warrant had been issued by the High Court, and after the arrest, the accused was produced before the concerned court and sent to judicial custody.
Similarly, PO Vikramjit Singh, residing in Mohalla Pipliya, Mahato Town, District Rampur, Uttar Pradesh, was arrested from Rampur in connection with a case registered under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act. Following his proclamation as an offender by the court, the accused was presented before the court for further legal