They might be our routine works, yet each of these jobs makes us toil hard to achieve results. Each of these jobs ensures over all security of the citizens. Kolkata Cop is listing below works done we did and got results. They might sound easy, but each of them takes a lot of brain-storming and hard work, despite many odds, including perennial resource-crunch.
In March and April, the Anti Rowdy Squad (ARS) of the Detective Department arrested 60 roughs and rowdies. The cops seized 25 CM revolvers, 1 CM pistol, 100 single shotters, 140 cartridges, 2 single barrel gun, one double barrel gun, 4 choppers, 133 bombs, 4 razors and 3 knives.
During the same period, both local police and detective department organized special drives against different offences relating to vices in the city. The Immoral Trafficking (IT) section of the detective department recorded two cases under IT (P) Act and arrested four females and a male.
At this period, 9 cases were registered under Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act with the arrest of nine men and three women with the seizure of 381 gram of Heroin, 15 kgs of Ganja, 3.334 kgs of Charas and sale proceeds of Rs 38, 195.
The special task force (STF) has secured the conviction of the one person in Burtolla police station case. The accused was Rakesh Kumar was booked for carrying and circulating counterfeit currency notes. Rakesh was remanded to five years rigorous imprisonment and fine of Rs 5,000 by the Additional District and Sessions Judge of Fast Track, 2nd Court.
Bank Fraud Section of the Detective department managed secure conviction in one case Shakespeare Sarani case. Nigerian fraudster Felix Ndubuisi Egedi alias David was remanded to two years rigorous imprisonment and to pay Rs 10,000 by the Additional district and Session judge of 1st Fast Track Court, Kolkata.
Kasba Police station secured the conviction of Kuldeep Pran Dutta alias Dikan for voluntarily causing hurt, robbery with attempt cause grievous hurt and attempt of murder. He was convicted and sentenced to suffer seven years rigorous imprisonment and to pay a fine of Rs 2,000 by the judge of the 2nd Fast Track Court, Alipore.
Besides, the watch section of the detective department traced 110 mobile phones from different parts of the city.