Notorious Criminal in Raipur Police net

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 09 Feb 2018 11:45:13


Staff Reporter
RAIPUR, 

A 6-year-long crime spree involving felonies like extortion, attempt to murder, assaults, molestation of girls of a notorious and elusive criminal Kapil Agrawal finally ended when he was trapped by the Raipur Police on Thursday. 
Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP) Vijay Agrawal, in a presser, brought the accused Kapil Agrawal is a native of Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. 

He entered the world crime Gang at the age of just 18-years, when he joined a notorious Tomar Gang. 
As a gang member Kapil involved in forced land eviction and extortion. All this while, Police Station Gole ka Mandir registered many cases of extortion, attempt to murder, assault, brawl, arms act and abduction of girl.

As Gwalior Police cranked up the pressure, Kapil escaped to Raipur along with a girl whom he ensnared into his web of lies and threats. He rented a home at Gandhi Nagar and began working in a Clothe Shop besides taking on the job of a driver. But, the girl loon ditched and left him.
Then he trapped another girl of Mowa Pandri and took her too Delhi. After spending 6 to 7 months in nation’s Capital, he was back to state capital and picked up usual job as a driver. 

Accused Kapil and Pandri resident girl has a child, who lives with him. Being a criminal minded person, Kapil had smuggled two country-made pistol and 10 bullets which he bought from Ramu Tomar and Harendra in Gwalior. He befriended Ahil alias Sahil Khan and Ankit Dwivedi for arms smuggling. 


He once again allured a new girl and went Delhi. And once again came back within short period and started living at Rajim. Meanwhile, Civil Lines Police Station had registered an offence under Section 366, 376 and 506 of Indian Penal Code (IPC). On February 5, he again deceived the fourth girl at around 10 am, but Civil Lines Police added the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act to the cases of abduction after the recovery of both the girls of Pandri. These two girls were recovered when Kapil escaped after abandoning them at police picket point. Finding involvement of the same person in both the abduction case, Superintendent of Police (SP) Amresh Mishra formed special team to carry out the search operation. 

But his days of freedom finally ran out on Thursday, when Kapil was caught along with his two accomplices Aahil Khan and Ankit Dwivedi. Police also confiscated 2 country-made pistol, and 10 bullets.