Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (EP)
Mangaluru, Sep 28: The CCB police have apprehended two notorious individuals who were conspiring to murder members of another gang involved in the illegal transportation of cattle.
The CCB police received credible information about a group of individuals engaged in attempted murders, cattle thefts, and other criminal activities, planning to attack members of another gang who were illegally transporting cattle and were armed with deadly weapons in Adyar. Acting swiftly on this intelligence, the police arrested Taslim, also known as Garuda Taslim (34), a resident of Johra Manzil, Near Ammemmar railway bridge, Farangipet, Bantwal, and Hyderali, alias Hydu (26), residing near Ammemmar mosque, Farangipet, Bantwal.
During the arrest, the police confiscated two swords, a knife, two mobile phones, and a Mahindra Pickup bearing registration number KL14-AB-7212, collectively valued at Rs 5,21,000.
A dispute had arisen between two rival gangs in Farangipete concerning the illegal transportation of cattle. As this dispute was related to illicit activities, it had not been reported to the police. Frequent altercations occurred between the two groups. Upon receiving information that one of the gangs was planning to harm members of the other gang with deadly weapons, the police intervened and thwarted the attack. The police suspect the involvement of additional individuals in this case and are continuing their investigations.
Taslim, also known as Garuda Taslim, has 14 cases pending against him, including attempted murder at Mangaluru rural police station, robbery, dual murder at Bantwal police station limits, assault, and cattle theft at Bantwal town police station limits, theft in Sullia police station limits, and assault at the railway police station. He was released on bail ten days ago. Hyderali, alias Hydu, has been implicated in attempted murder cases at Moodbidri police station limits, cattle thefts in Ullal police station and Karkala police station limits.
The CCB unit officers and staff conducted the operation under the guidance of Mangaluru police commissioner Anupam Agarwal.