Murder of DSP: Three including dumper truck owner arrested

The Nuh police have arrested three more accused, including the owner of a dumper truck, in connection with the murder of a DSP of Haryana Police who was allegedly run over by a dumper truck during a raid to check illegal mining in the Nuh district last week.

So far, the police have arrested nine people including the dumper driver and cleaner in the case.

A police spokesperson said, “Sabir alias Bera, a resident of Tauru, Pachgaon, was arrested on Sunday and taken on one-day police remand. On Monday, Abbas and dumper owner Arshad alias Lala – both were arrested from Pachgaon. Both will be produced in the district court on Tuesday.

Police said Arshad is the brother of dumper driver Shabbir alias Mitter, who was arrested earlier.

SP Nuh Varun Singla had told the Indian Express last week that a preliminary inquiry revealed that those arrested had “no links with any organized mafia or syndicate”.

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