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AHMEDABAD: In A Daring Operation At The Start Of The Day, Four Female Police Officers From The Anti-terrorism Squadron Deeply Waded Into The Forest Area Of ​​Botad And Arrested A Notorious Criminal Who Had Been On The Run For Almost A Year.

The Women, Armed With And Other Automatic Weapons, Took Jusab Allahrakha Sandh, 40, A Resident Of Junagadh, Who Was Booked In Separate Agencies For At Least 23 Serious Crimes Such As Murder, Extortion And Shooting At Police Officers.

The Operation Was Performed In The Jungles Of Devdhari At Botad In The Early Hours Of Sunday. ATS Officials Said They Transferred The Accused To The Crime, As Was The Case Under Their Investigation. A Photo Of His Arrest Was Released On Sunday By The Police, Where The Gangster, Who Had Avoided Law Enforcement, Was Powerless With His Legs On The Floor Surrounded By Female Agents.

Of The Five ATS Officers Involved In The Operation, Four Are Women, Including Santok Odedra, Nitmika Gohil, Aruna Gameti And Simmi Mal. They Were Given The Task Of Arresting The Criminal On The Ground While PSI Jignesh Agravat Was Involved In Tracing Sandh.

In 2014, Jusab Was Arrested By The Junagadh Police In The Murder Of A Local Temple Priest In 2012 During A Land Conflict. He Jumped, However, Parool In June 2016 And Unleashed A Terrorist Regime In Botad, Bhavnagar And Rajkot Rural, Said DIG, ATS (Operations), Himanshu Shukla.

Jusab Was A Trigger-Happy Person. In June 2016, He Killed A Man Named Musa. In July, He Shot Another Person Called Jivan Sangani In The Rajkot District, And Then Opened Fire On The Police Team That Was Going To Arrest Him. Shukla Said.

He Recently Shot A Rajkot-based Country Dealer In The Eye. He Was So Dangerous That The Government Had Ordered Us To Catch Him At All Costs, And I'm Proud That My Wife's Team Did It, He Said.

MB Zala, A Party Official From 2009 Who Is Now Posted As Inspector Of The Satellite Police Station, Said That Women Can Be Just As Effective In Combat Roles As Their Male Counterparts. I Have Been Posted Most Of The Time As Responsible For A Police Station And Have Dealt With Cases For Rape And Murder. We Are No Less Than Our Male Counterparts, She Said.