One of the most wanted gangsters in Delhi, Deepak Boxer, has been captured in Mexico. He will be returned to India later this week. The gangster was apprehended in Mexico by a special Delhi Police squad with the assistance of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. (FBI).
In a day or two, the gangster will be transported to India. He left the country using a fake visa and also is one of the most wanted gangsters in Delhi-NCR, the officer said. The Delhi Police has never before detained a criminal outside of India. Prior to that, a squad from the Special Cell’s South West Range travelled to Mexico with the assistance of the FBI in order to return Deepak to India.
Why is Deepak Boxer most wanted?
According to the Delhi Police, notorious gangster Deepak Pahal, also known as Boxer, a resident of Sonepat, Haryana, has been wanted for questioning in 10 criminal cases, including murder and attempted murder as well as cases involving the strict Maharashtra Control of Organized Crime Act.
In addition to this, Boxer was in charge of the Jitender Gogi group after his death. At the Rohini court, Gogi’s rivals engaged in combat, and Gogi was murdered. Boxer maintained contact with the Lawrence Bishnoi gang members as well. The Delhi Police’s Special Cell got a tip about Deepak Boxer’s whereabouts, according to the police, who then began the operation.
How Deepak was arrested:
Using technology, as well as details from his friends, the police were able to follow Deepak’s movements. They discovered that he had spent around Rs. 40 crore to travel to Mexico. Sandeep, his nephew, was of assistance to him.
Deepak was apprehended after being located in Cancun by the Delhi Police squad, local law enforcement, and the FBI. The Delhi Police’s and other foreign law enforcement agencies’ coordinated efforts allowed for the arrest.
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