Varanasi. Chaubeypur police station achieved a remarkable feat by capturing Tetaru Rajbhar, alias Jayant Kumar, a well-known criminal ranked among the most wanted in the area. Arrest took place at the Sandaha intersection after the police team received a tip-off from an informant during their routine patrol. The suspect fired shots at the police team, but the authorities acted quickly and successfully subdued the armed individual.
Sub-Inspector Manoj Kumar Tiwari received intelligence regarding a criminal waiting near the under-construction Sandha Ring Road overbridge. Acting swiftly on the tip-off, the police team arrived at the location, where they spotted an individual behaving suspiciously. Upon approaching the suspect, he brazenly threatened the police officers, declaring his intent to shoot them. Drawing a .32 caliber countrymade pistol holstered at his waist, the assailant fired a shot, narrowly missing Sub-Inspector Tiwari's right ear.
Undeterred, the police team swiftly apprehended the accused, Tetaru Rajbhar alias Jayant Kumar, son of Kashi Rajbhar, resident of Dhaurhara village under the jurisdiction of Chaubeypur Police Station. The police used necessary force to subdue him, averting further harm. The ensuing search of the suspect led to the recovery of a country-made 0.32 bore pistol and two live cartridges.
Tetaru Rajbhar, during interrogation, revealed that he is a history-sheeter and features among the top ten criminals at Chaubeypur police station. His criminal record spans 22 cases registered across different police stations. The accused claimed that he was on his way to Chandauli with a friend when the police apprehended him on the Sandaha overbridge intersection.
Arresting team consisted of Inspector Incharge Rajeev Kumar Singh, Sub-Inspector Manoj Kumar Tiwari, Head Constable Anil Kumar Singh, Constable Tej Bahadur and Head Constable Dharmendra Yadav from Police Station Chaubeypur under Police Commissionerate Varanasi.
Chaubeypur police have registered a case against Tetaru Rajbhar alias Jayant Kumar under Section 307 of the Indian Penal Code (attempt to murder) and Section 3/25 of the Arms Act. Further legal proceedings are underway.