Supari killer Sunny Baba among 4 escaped police custody in 3 months

Ajay Raina
JAMMU, Sept 28: There has been no trace of four accused including ‘supari killer’ Sunny Baba, who have escaped from police custody from different places in Jammu region during the past about three months. Despite police efforts to trace them, none has been re-arrested so far.
In a recent incident, an alcoholic youth, who killed his mother and ran away from the custody of Satwari police station by breaking the window of the bathroom yesterday, remained untraced despite several raids by the police in various areas.
On August 22, 2015, notorious gangster and supari killer Sunny Choudhary alias Sunny Baba, who was involved in murder, attempt to murder cases and plotting to eliminate witnesses in Amandeep Singh murder case from Kot Bhalwal jail, today escaped from Government Medical College (GMC) Jammu and remained untraced till today.
On September 14, 2015, four policemen were placed under suspension as a rape accused managed to escape from police custody when he was being shifted to Surankote from Poonch jail.
On July 8, 2015, a rape accused escaped from police custody when he was taken for a medical check-up in Rajouri district.
As per details available, Mohammad Altaf alias Kali, son of Mohammad Latief, a resident of Narwal Pain, Satwari, who was arrested by Satwari police for killing his mother Rano Devi and escaped from the custody yesterday afternoon, remained untraced till late tonight.
On the fateful day (July 15), the accused forced her mother to consume liquor and later started beating her mercilessly, due to which she received serious head injury and internal organ rupture, leading to her death.
After collecting all the information, a case under Section 302 RPC was registered at Satwari police station and police team conducted raids in various areas and arrested the son of the deceased lady on September 19.
Yesterday, the accused went to the bathroom and managed his escape after breaking the window.
SSP Jammu Uttam Chand suspended Munshi Girdhari Lal and disengaged an ex-serviceman Chatur Singh for dereliction of duty. A departmental enquiry was also initiated against them.
Since yesterday afternoon when the accused ran-away, police parties conducted raids in several areas, but the accused remained untraced till late tonight, when last reports were compiled.
A fresh case under FIR Number 209/15 under Section 234 RPC has been registered against the accused for the escape from the police station.
Meanwhile, on August 22, 2015, notorious gangster and supari killer Sunny Choudhary alias Sunny Baba, who was involved in murder, attempt to murder cases and plotting to eliminate witnesses in Amandeep Singh murder case from Kot Bhalwal jail, had escaped from the Government Medical College (GMC) Jammu, also remained untraced till today.
Reports said Sunny Baba son of Romesh Kumar, a resident of Hajipura, Nai Basti, who was in jail since March 2011 in various cases from supari killing to attempt to murder and murder, was admitted in Recovery Ward of the GMC since July 11 this year after he complained of repeated ailments. On August 22, he went for bath in bathroom of Recovery Ward of the GMC Jammu and fled away after breaking window.
Police had registered FIR No. 91/2015 at GMC Police Post against Sunny Baba and all eight police personnel deployed with him for his protection. All eight policemen were arrested for further investigations.
In another incident, on September 14, 2015, Imtiaz Ahmed, son of Abdul Ghani, resident of Potha village in Surankote jumped away from police vehicle when he was being shifted from judicial lock up at Poonch to Surankote for producing him before Sub Judge. Four cops including three Selection Grade Constables were placed under suspension. The search for the rape accused was started and he is still underground.
On July 8, 2015, Arif Jatt, a resident of Dhanidhar in Rajouri district was arrested along with two other accused on rape charge, had escaped from police custody. Arif escaped when he was taken for a medical check-up to Rajouri district hospital following court directions. A manhunt was launched to arrest him, but police have failed to trace him till date.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here