It’s regular news that police has got their hands on drug peddlers, chain snatches, etc. This Time a lady constable nabbed all four Drug addicts while patrolling an area in Mumbai
Mahim Police Station Mumbai is in the news as the heroic lady constable nabbed three drug addicts in that area and later got her hands on the fourth one who tries to escape by grabbing her phone from the police van. It all happened when the lady constable along with others was patrolling the area under their jurisdiction on Saturday. One of the accused manhandled and pushed her and she chased a 100-meter span to catch hold of him.
As per police reports, they got a call from the main control room at around 8 pm when they got information about gathering of drug addicts near a residence in the area. There are several records of chain snatching in that area and it is mostly covered with strict police patrolling.
After receiving the information, the nearby fleet of police patrolling was informed and they reached the spot. The patrolling police officer of Mahim Police Station said, “As soon as the drug addicts saw the police vehicle, they tried to escape. One of the accused, identified as Hanif Yusuf Dayatar, 29, was nabbed by the woman constable. When she tried to get him into the police vehicle, he manhandled and pushed her and tried to flee. She ran behind him for more than 100 meters and caught him again.”
The accused caught by the brave lady constable were Fiddi alias Rizwan Ansari, 22, and Mazhar Moin Sheikh, 25, and Fatima Mateen Farooqui, 65. While they were nabbed by the police, Fatima Mateen Farooqui tried to make trouble for police and created ransack. Later she was arrested too.
In the meanwhile, the fourth accused, who Dayatar was inside the police van, nabbed the woman constable’s mobile phone and tried to escape. He was later caught by the lady constable as she was chased by her for over 100 meters. He as charged against under sections 353 (deterring public servant from duty), 354 (molestation), 379 (theft), 504 (intentional insult) and 34 (common intention) of Indian Penal Code, and produced before the Bandra court and was sent further to police custody till Monday.