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5 robbers arrested from Rohini
NEW DELHI: The Crime Branch has arrested five persons for their alleged involvement in several cases of robbery. Davender (30), Parminder (33), Sandeep (24), Visheshwar (52) and Daleep (35) were arrested from Rohini. DCP (Crime and Railways) S K Jain said, "A team laid a trap near Japani Park in Rohini, following a tip-off, and arrested the five who came to the spot on two motorcycles. The were planning to commit dacoity at the nearby banks." It was later revealed that the five were wanted for robberies in UP, Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan and Gujarat.
Man gets 2-yr jail for attacking cop
NEW DELHI: A 25-year-old man was sentenced to two years in prison and fined Rs 10,000for attacking a policeman. Talib, resident of Daryaganj, had injured a Delhi Police constable who was trying to arrest him for trespass and use of criminal force in another case. The prosecution said Talib had pushed constable Arjun Singh to the ground and hit him on the head with a glass bottle.
Bike collides with truck, two dead
GREATER NOIDA: Two men travelling on a bike on the Greater Noida Expressway were killed in a head-on collision with a container truck near Sector 105 on Saturday afternoon. Nazeem (24) and Zeeshan (22), both residents of Nithari, were travelling towards Greater Noida when the accident took place, police said. Following the collision, the truck driver fled the spot, police said.
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