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Police said that Rs. 3 lakh cash and jewellery worth Rs. 13 lakh were recovered from a branch of Bank of Maharashtra located in Noida.
Apart from cash and jewellery, police also recovered Permanent Account Number (PAN) cards in the name of two. They had been able to get the card by showing a leather factory, belonging to Vikram located at Nabi Karim in Central Delhi, as their source of income.
Earlier, Devender had been found having links with the dreaded Mukthar Ansari-Bablu Srivastava gang following recovery of weapons and disclosure by one of his associates arrested from Punjab.
Police had recovered sophisticated weapons and stolen property worth Rs. 45 lakhs from the house of Gurmeet Singh Bhulle and some other places in Chandigarh and Muktsar.
The recoveries included .30 bore carbine of Winchester make, four pistols including a Berretta and a pistol of .32 bore used by the U.S. Army; 50 chargers, 53 cartridges of .315 bore, 50 of .12 bore, 22 of .455 mm bore, and 270 cartridges of .30 mm bore.
Devender, who earlier used to abandon vehicles after using them, had later began supplying stolen vehicles to Dimpy, a close associate of Mukhtar Ansari-Bablu Srivastava gang, through Bhulle who in turn disposed them of.
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