Infiltrated Jihadideshi’s dared to attack Delhi police

via published on September 2, 2006

Bangladeshis overpower cops, hold them hostage

Even the police are not safe in the national Capital. A gang of Bangladeshis overpowered a police team late on Thursday night, snatched their service weapon, made them hostage and fired at them from the official weapon. The police team had to call the PCR to save their lives. Three policemen sustained bullet injuries in the process.

The incident took place on Thursday when a police team posted at the Sunlight Colony police post went looking for an accused in a murder case registered with the Srinvaspuri police station. Two Head Constables, Jagdish and Kailash, and a Constable of the Delhi Police received injuries. They were rushed to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) where they are recuperating.

As soon as the police reached the B Block at Jungpura, a gang of at least 10 Bangladeshis surrounded the patrolling party.

“The immigrants attacked us and even snatched the revolver from our hands and opened fire at us,” said a police officer.

One of the policemen made a call to the Police Control Room (PCR) and even flashed a message through the wireless set.

Soon a heavy posse of policemen from the Hazrat Nizamuddin police station reached the spot and managed to save the policemen.

At that point of time even then the cops did not dare to nab the accused Mohammad, whom the police had come searching for.

The policemen had to wait for dawn to arrest the accused. A large number of police personnel reached the slum cluster on Friday morning and arrested the accused.

According to police, the slum ‘Bangali Basti’ at Jungpura is home to several hundreds of illegal Bangladeshi immigrants.

“These immigrants have so much unity that they nearly killed us on Thursday. This is the first time that they attacked a police party,” added the officer.

For face saving the local police registered only a case of rioting

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