Odisha Police Arrest Homicide Accused Evading Authorities For 20 Years

Odisha Police Arrest Murder Accused Evading Authorities For 20 Years

Appearing on a tip-off, we raided his home and arrested him, police mentioned. (Representational)

Berhampur/Cuttack:

A homicide accused who has been evading arrest for the previous 20 years, was arrested in Ganjam district in the course of the particular drive launched by Odisha Police to execute all pending non-bailable warrant (NBW), an officer mentioned.

Odisha Police has launched a particular drive to execute all pending non-bailable arrest warrants from March 7.

The accused recognized as Rajendra Das, 42, alias Bula Das of Sarabhimapur village below Chhatrapur police station limits, was arrested from close to Purushottampur on Wednesday evening, mentioned Inspector-in-charge of Chhatrapur police station Priyas Ranjan Chotray.

Rajendra together with two others of the identical village had allegedly killed the son of Gopi Das within the village on October, 16, 2000. Police had recovered his decomposed physique on January 19, 2001 and arrested two individuals.

Since then Rajendra was lacking despite the fact that the opposite two accused individuals have been convicted by the courtroom within the homicide case.

He had modified his identify to Bula Das and was working as a mason within the village.

Appearing on a tip-off, we raided his home and arrested him from the village, police mentioned.

The mom of the person killed recognized him as one of many accused individuals who had killed her son, police added.

The particular drive to execute all pending NBWs will proceed until March 14, sources mentioned.

Through the drive police had additionally arrested one other homicide accused after 30 years from Kalingapadara village below Tarsingi police station limits in Ganjam district on Tuesday.

The accused recognized as Pradip Nayak alias Das was concerned in a homicide case at Cuttack in 1991. Appearing on a tip-off, that Nayak was within the village, police arrested him.

Sources mentioned the Odisha Police has launched a particular drive for execution of pending NBWs from March 7 until March 14. The outcomes to this point are excellent, an official mentioned.

A complete of 973 warrants have been executed inside three days until March 9, the official mentioned, including {that a} good variety of warrants have been executed in Ganjam, Nayagarh, Cuttack, Balasore and Kendrapara districts in these three days.

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