Trichy City Police Arrest Two Individuals and Seize Weapons in Raid
Trichy City Police have apprehended two suspects and confiscated a cache of weapons, including air pistols, ammunition, a sword, a machete, and a knife. The individuals, identified as Abdul Hameed, 34, from Kumaran Nagar, and A Ziavudheen, 38, from KK Nagar in Trichy, were presented before a court and subsequently detained in a prison within Trichy.
Acting on a tip-off, a police team conducted a search at a lathe workshop located on Fort Station Road, falling under the jurisdiction of Fort Police Station. During the search, law enforcement officials uncovered an air pistol with ammunition, as well as a sword, a large machete, and a knife, all concealed on the premises. The workshop’s owner, A Abdul Hameed, was promptly arrested.
Based on Hameed’s statement, the police apprehended Ziavudheen and discovered an air pistol in his possession. Further investigation revealed that the two individuals had devised a plan to carry out a robbery, with assistance from an accomplice in Coimbatore.
The arrested suspects have been charged under the relevant sections of the Arms Act, 1959. The police are continuing their investigation to determine any additional information related to the case.
This incident brings attention to the prevalence of illegal weapons in Trichy and the need for stringent measures to combat such activities. Trichy, located in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, is known for its historical significance and cultural heritage. However, recent incidents like this serve as a reminder of the challenges faced by law enforcement authorities in maintaining peace and security in the city.
In recent news, two individuals were also arrested in Zirakpur, near Chandigarh, for possession of a pistol. Mohali police discovered a .32 bore pistol and live cartridges during a search at a checkpost. Additionally, tension arose in Tadkod village in Dharwad taluk, where police arrested Saddam Husain Nadaf for sharing an edited photo on social media featuring a mosque and Asaduddin Owaisi. The police have charged him with several sections of the Indian Penal Code.
In other news, residents of Trichy should be aware that there will be a power shutdown on Tuesday due to maintenance work at the K Sathanur substation. Several areas, including KK Nagar, Khajamalai, and LIC colony, will experience a temporary disruption in power supply between 9.45 am and 4 pm. For any complaints, residents can contact the toll-free helpline at 94987-94987.
These incidents highlight the importance of public awareness and cooperation in maintaining law and order within Trichy and its surrounding areas. The police, along with local authorities, are working diligently to ensure the safety and well-being of the community..