National Desk: Rashtrapati Bhavan and the area around it, which is considered to be very security, is no longer safe. The thieves stole water pipes from the gate of Rashtrapati Bhavan. On the builder’s complaint, the Chanakyapuri police station registered a case and started the investigation. CCTV cameras attached to the Prime Minister Route revealed that the accused went off the pipe carrying containers without fear. Police reached the accused with CCTV cameras. The accused Swift came to steal pipes from the Desire car.
According to New Delhi District Police officials, a water pipeline is being laid from Jorbagh to Rashtrapati Bhavan. Due to this a lot of pipes were lying on Mother Teresa Crescent Road near Gate Nos. 23 and 24 of Rashtrapati Bhavan. The company named Bihes is laying the pipeline. Company owner Arun Jain noticed that around 21 pipes had been stolen. The builder complained to the Chanakyapuri police station.
After registering the case, the team of ASI Jayaprakash, Dalchand, Havildar Vinod and Jitendra started the investigation under the supervision of Chanakyapuri Police Station Ugesh Kumar. CCTV cameras are installed on this route for the Prime Minister’s Route. When Havildar Vinod researched the footage of CCTV cameras, it was found that the thieves had put pipes in containers. The accused came from the Swift Desire cab with the container.
The four accused Azamgarh, UP resident Ajay (31), Bihar resident, Mithilesh (38), Uber cab driver Amethi, UP resident Rakesh Kumar Tiwari (34) and cab driver Karawal Nagar, Delhi, based on the registration number of the cab, Chanakyapuri police station police. Resident Guddu Khan (30) arrested from Delhi. Ajay is the kingpin of this gang.
The accused said in interrogation that they sold the pipe in Meerut for several lakhs of rupees. The police produced the three accused in court on Wednesday. The police have taken Ajay on police remand, sending the remaining accused to judicial custody.