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Sagar Rana homicide case: Delhi Police might impose Maharashtra Management of Organised Crime Act on Sushil Kumar


Sagar Rana murder-accused Sushil Kumar could possibly be going through a very long time in jail, presumably even life imprisonment if MCOCA is imposed on him by the Delhi Police.

Sushil Kumar is presently within the custody of Delhi Police on account of his involvement within the Sagar Rana homicide case (AFP Picture)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • MCOCA is an motion is taken in opposition to those that are concerned in organised crime
  • Investigative companies can file a cost sheet for as much as 6 months in MCOCA
  • Sagar Rana murder-accused Sushil Kumar was in contact with dreaded gangsters Kala Jhathedi and Neeraj Bawana

The Delhi Police is contemplating invoking the Maharashtra Management of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) in opposition to wrestler Sushil Kumar for his involvement with dreaded gangsters of Delhi, Haryana and Rajasthan, mentioned a senior police officer on Sunday.

This motion is taken in opposition to those that are concerned in organised crime. The accused won’t be able to get bail simply and there may be additionally a provision of life imprisonment after MCOCA. Investigative companies can file a cost sheet for as much as 6 months in MCOCA.

Two-time Olympic medalist Sushil Kumar was in contact with gangsters Kala Jhathedi and Neeraj Bawana. It’s alleged that Sushil gave Kala Jhathedi and Neeraj Bawana details about the standing and functioning of individuals. In line with the police, Sushil and the gangsters have been aligned since 2018. Throughout the homicide of Sagar Rana, Sushil additionally beat up the nephew of Kala Jhathedi. This led to a rift within the relationship between Kala Jhathedi and the two-time Olympic medalist.

In line with the police, Sushil Kumar’s function was just like that of former MLA Ramvir Shaukeen, who was working behind the scenes for his gangster nephew Neeraj Bawana. Ramveer Shaukeen can also be in jail. Gangster Sandeep Kala, aka Kala Jhathedi, and gangster Laurence Vishnoi are teaming up collectively. Particular Cell of Delhi Police arrested 5 individuals – Laurence Vishnoi, Jagdeep Jaggu Bhagwanpuria, Sampat Mehra alias Kali Rajput, Raju Basodi and Ravindra alias Kali Shooter within the MCOCA case. Laurence Vishnoi has been dropped at Delhi on transit remand from Excessive Safety Jail in Ajmer, Rajasthan.

The Particular Cell had additionally registered a case of MCOCA in opposition to Kala Jathedi. In line with a particular cell official, the community of Laurence Vishnoi and Kala Jathedi is unfold in lots of nations. There are greater than 300 crooks on this gang. Delhi Police sources say they’re investigating ties between adorned wrestler Sushil Kumar and infamous gangster Neeraj Bawana, who allegedly runs his empire from Tihar jail. Bawana’s henchmen are suspected to have accompanied the Olympian when the assault on Sagar passed off on Could 4. A Scorpio, registered below an individual staying on the identical village as Bawana’s maternal uncle, has additionally ruffled feathers. A 12-bore semi-automatic shotgun and a few cartridges had been discovered within the Scorpio.

By the way, one other individual assaulted with Sagar on that fateful day was Sonu Mahal, who occurs to be nephew of wished gangster Sandeep Kala alias Kala Jathedi, now believed to be hiding in Dubai. Bawana and Jathedi are embroiled in one-upmanship over Delhi’s underworld.

Nevertheless, wrestlers for lengthy have been identified to be related to the darkish underbelly of Delhi’s crime world. The ‘services’ of wrestlers are sometimes utilized by politicians and mortgage sharks. In line with police sources, there have been a number of incidents of wrestlers intimidating individuals in debt and forcing them to log off properties once they’re unable to repay.

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