Haryana DSP Murder Case: Police achieves big success, nabs main accused

New Delhi: The police on Thursday arrested the main accused in the murder of a DSP in the Nuh district of Haryana.

News agency ANI quoted SP Varun Singla as saying, “We had raided around 30 places to nab him, he was changing his location frequently, we will apply for his police remand and investigate accordingly.”

The police had managed to arrest another accused on Wednesday. This accused named was caught from Bharatpur in Rajasthan. The accused, who had killed DSP Surendra Singh by driving a dumper truck over him, was produced in the magistrate’s court on Wednesday. He has been sent to police remand for 5 days.

The Haryana Police has decided to deploy around 800-900 additional police personnel in Nuh. According to reports, about 300 additional police jawans have reached Nuh. Soon the remaining 500-600 jawans will take over their duties.

CBI investigation demanded

DSP Surendra Singh, who had come to take action on illegal mining in Nuh, Haryana, was crushed to death by a dumper truck. Alleging a big conspiracy behind the killing of DSP Surendra Singh by the mining mafia in Nuh, Haryana Police officer’s brother Makhan Singh has demanded a CBI inquiry against the mining department and the station in-charge (SHO) of the area.

Demanding a CBI probe, Makhan Singh said, “It was not my brother’s work. He went there after the call. The SHO should have looked into the matter. There is a bigger conspiracy behind this.”

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