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GRP TI Ajit Singh Chauhan standing outside his house, someone was thrown at his house in the morning threatening letter
- On Thursday, the gang of Sansi village in Haryana Hisar was caught
- 80 theft incidents were revealed in trains
GRP TI Ajit Singh Chauhan has threatened to kill someone. There is a letter left at the door of his house. Three lines are written in the letter. It is written that you have caught our gang, now you will deal with me in eight days. The letter arrived at TI’s Kailash Vihar home on Saturday morning. TI has started the investigation by informing the senior officers about the case. Two days ago, TI caught a large gang of Sansi village in Haryana. Which revealed 80 burglaries.
Ajit Singh Chauhan, a resident of 146 Kailash Vihar located in the city center of the city, is currently posted as Inspector in GRP (Government Railway Police) police station. Two days ago he revealed the big thief gang of Sansi village Hisar Haryana. Four members of the thief gang were seized and recovered jewels and cash worth Rs 10 lakh. Two members of this gang are still absconding. The entire case was disclosed by the ASP rail statue S. Mathew himself on Thursday. Just 48 hours after this revelation, a threatening letter arrived at TI Ajit Singh Chauhan’s house. It is clearly written in the letter that you have caught our gang, now you will deal with me in eight days. This threat has caused panic in GRP. But TI took the matter seriously and reported the matter to DGP and SP Rail. Simultaneously, the investigation of the case has started at its level.
Letter has been received in the language of Haryana
As soon as TI came to know of the threat, the police reached the spot and started searching the CCTV cameras of the area to search for those throwing the threatening letter. The letter is also being investigated. Some of the words in it are from the local language of Haryana. Investigations are being conducted by hand writing experts. In this case GRP TI Ajit Singh says that it is the act of some anti-social element. There is no gang.
The matter is taken seriously
GRP inspector Gwalior Ajit Singh Chauhan received a letter threatening to kill him. Investigations are being conducted at the departmental level regarding what has been written in the letter. Simultaneously, a sender of letters is also being searched.
Hitesh Srivastava, Superintendent of Police, GRP