This Is How Operation Haider Was Successful

Bhubaneswar: Dreaded Gangster Haider was brought back to Odisha on Friday a day after he was nabbed from Sangareddy district of Telangana.

Twin City Police Commissioner Soumendra Priyadarshi during presser informs how Haider escaped and later arrested by the Commisonerate Police with the help of Hyderabad Police.

The Commissionerate Police with the help of Hyderabad and Telangana Police successfully nabbed the dreaded criminal after 120 hours of operation yesterday, which is quite spectacular.

Earlier, Haider was arrested in Maharashtra, So Commissionerate Police sent their teams immediately to Andhra Pradesh, West-Bengal, Jharkhand and Maharashtra. We tried to identify the close acquaintances of the criminal.

We had sent two teams of Cuttack urban police to Telangana to nab Haider.

During the process of investigation, we found that by car he has moved towards Telangana. We zeroed down his tracking location with the help of our technical surveillance and found out Haider was in Telangana, said Priyadarshi.

Also Read: Gangster Haider Reaches Odisha

Our two teams of Commissionerate police led by IIC Badambadi Rashmi Ranjan Mohapatra and IIC Chauliaganj Tapas Pradhan reached on the spot and tried to nab criminal with the help of Hyderabad Police and Telangana Police, added Priyadarshi.

Yesterday, the two teams intercepted Haider when he was moving on a bike at Sangareddy district. IIC of Badambadi Rashmi successfully intervened and arrested him at around 6.30 pm, said Priyadarshi.

Now in the second phase, our responsibility is to find out how, in which circumstances and who were involved his escape from the SCB Hospital,” said Priyadarshi.

Yesterday late night Haider was produced in a local court in Sangareddy district of Telangana  and brought back to Odisha on transit remand through a flight today, informed Priyadarshi.

Based on a complaint registered against him at Mangalabag Police Station, Hyder will be produced before a court in Cuttack and brought in remand for interrogation. Strict action will be taken against those who were involved in the matter,” further said Priyadarshi.

You might also like
Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.