Gurugram, April 23
Amid the rising instances of COVID-19 and an acute medical oxygen scarcity throughout the nation, the CM flying squad on Friday busted a gang of black entrepreneurs of oxygen cylinders and nabbed 4 accused.
The group recovered 9 oxygen cylinders from their possession which they wished to sell for Rs 90,000 per cylinder whereas the market worth of one among Rs 12,000.
The CM flying squad acquired secret details about the black marketer gang of oxygen cylinders and a particular group was fashioned with drug controller and police of Sector 40 police station.
The group organized a decoy buyer who contacted the gang members.
The members referred to as him in Sector 38 and so they finalised the deal of 48 kg cylinder in Rs 90,000. At the determined spot when the decoy buyer reached with the group, they requested them to take cylinder from Brezza automobile and the group nabbed two folks.
The accused revealed that their gang chief recognized as Bhupender Yadav is current in flat 101 in Awas society in Sector 39.
A raid was carried out and the gang chief alongside together with his one affiliate was nabbed from the flat. The 4 accused had been arrested and 9 oxygen cylinders had been recovered.
The arrested accused are recognized as Bhupender Yadav, resident of village Kishanpura in district Jind, Rajesh, resident of Patikara village in district Mahendergarh, Satyam of Bihar and Dharmender Punia of Jhunjhunu in Rajasthan.
“The gang leader, Bhupender Yadav, revealed that he runs his healthcare solution business but started black marketing of oxygen cylinder in this crucial time. They brought 10 cylinders and sold one in Rs 70,000 yesterday. We have recovered nine oxygen cylinders and Brezza car from their possession and are questioning them. An FIR has been registered against all four at Sector 40 police station,” mentioned Preet Pal Singh Sangwan, ACP, Crime.