Two of the robbers were arrested at the Old Delhi railway station after they thrashed and robbed passengers travelling in an EMU.
Neighbourhood News Desk/Avi Arya: 11 people were allegedly from four different gangs were arrested by the Delhi police in four separate operations that were carried out between July 27 and July 30. The first operation, Delhi railways police arrested 28-year-old Israr and his 20-year-old associate Ankur from Vivek Vihar railway station on July 27, soon after the duo, along with two accomplices thrashed and robbed passengers traveling in an EMU train at the Old Delhi railway station.
Two other operations, emergency response vehicles of southeast district police on July 30 chased and arrested six people while they’re fleeing after allegedly committing street crimes in Okhla and Govindpuri areas. Aakash, Pradeep, and Suraj were caught by ERV staff of Govindpuri police station when they attempted to flee after assaulting a passerby and robbing his mobile phone. The fourth operation, Najafgarh police station staff caught Aman, Govind, and Sagar when they robbed an ice-cream vendor of ₹1,250, a cellphone and his Aadhaar card at gunpoint.