DSP murder case in Haryana: Mining mafia henchmen mounted on car, Surendra Singh died on the spot

In Nuh, the mining mafia is flouting the law. The hallmark of how high the spirits of the mining mafia, who defied the police, has been seen on Tuesday.

The henchmen of a mining mafia overpowered DSP Surendra Singh. In this incident, DSP Surendra Singh died on the spot. The incident is from village Pachgaon in Tawadu police station area of ​​Nuh district adjoining Gurugram. DSP (Tawadu) Surendra Singh Bishnoi had received information about illegal mining on the Aravalli hill adjoining the village.

DSP was a resident of Hisar
On this information, he reached with his team at 11 am on Tuesday. Seeing the police team, the dumpers standing near the hill, their drivers and people engaged in mining started running away. When the DSP came forward to stop the vehicle, the dumper driver overpowered him. The DSP died on the spot after coming under the tyre. After that he absconded. SP Nuh Varun Singla reached the spot as soon as the incident was reported. Police is raiding at many places to arrest the accused. The DSP was originally from Hisar.

Mining game challenging the law
Mining was banned in the Aravalli hills after the order of the Supreme Court. Despite this, the mining mafia did not deter them from their antics. The mining game continued, challenging the law. Sources reveal that many white collars are also involved in this game. Now after the murder of DSP, many similar questions are arising.


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