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Delhi Police busted an illegal firearms racket and one held

Delhi Police busted an illegal firearms racket and arrested one of its member here with ten country-made pistols, which he had planned to supply to criminals, police said on Wednesday.

“Samsuddin was arrested on Tuesday night on a tip-off by a team of Crime Branch when he came to deliver ten country made pistols to his contacts in west Delhi’s Dwarka area,”Additional Commissioner of Police AK Singla said.

“During interrogation, he (Samsuddin) disclosed that he had procured these illegal pistols from his associate in Mathura. He also informed about people, who had bought firearms from him in Delhi,” Singla said.

“We have set up a team as part of our ongoing special drive to seize illegal arms supplier in view of upcoming Lok Sabha elections,” he added.

“These illegals firearms were manufactured and supplied from Mewat, Mathura and Madhya Pradesh to criminals in Delhi and adjoining districts,” he said.

Samsuddin, 41, is a native of Uttar Pradesh’s Mathura district. He along with his brother, Mufeed was involved in supplying illegal weapons to criminals in Delhi and adjoining districts.

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Fake GST, e-billing racket busted in Jammu and Kashmir

An inter-state fake GST and e-billing racket worth crores of rupees was busted in Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday, an official said.

A spokesman of the Jammu and Kashmir Sales Tax Department said that a team of its officials detained a vehicle carrying goods worth Rs 40 lakh on Saturday and an online verification of the GST and e-billing documents it was carrying showed that these were fake.

“The racket has been operating since April 2018. It is involved in issuance of fake GST documents and fake e-bills,” the spokesman said.

The racket operators were identified as Mahima Enterprises, Mahima Garments and A.R. Electricals, all owned by Rajeev Bhatia of Delhi, and the scam was running in connivance with fake GST number holders in the name of P.K. Traders, Santosh Traders, Ravish Traders, Khan Enterprises and Mahima Trade Mart, he added.

The Sales Tax Department has taken up the matter with the Principal Director General, Central Excise Intelligence for further investigations.

According to the spokesman, these racket operators have traded in goods worth Rs 15 crore in J&K alone since April last year and it is “quite likely that they are operating a similar racket in other states as well”.

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