Ahmedabad Crime Branch has nabbed a notorious member named Manish of a gang of Uttar Pradesh run by criminal Subhash Singh Thakur from Mumbai. The UP government had announced a reward of Rs 50,000 for the gangster named Manish.
Manish has been wanted for a long time and more than 25 serious crimes have been registered against him in UP, Gujarat, and in other states across the country. He is also involved in a double murder case that took place in Botad in 2014.
Manish, the shooter of the Thakur gang, against whom many complaints have been registered for murder, attempted murder, robbery, extortion, firing, and other offenses has been picked up from Mumbai by the crime branch on a tip-off.
In the year 2014, he broke into the office of a petrol pump in Botad, fatally shot two people because of personal enmity, and fled. Apart from this, Manish and his accomplice have also been booked under the Arms Act at Vadgam in Gujarat.
Manish and his accomplice killed a hotel owner in UP in 2007. He was arrested by the UP police and sent to jail but escaped in 2007 while being produced in a UP court. Manish was wanted ever since and was committing other crimes across the country.
Meanwhile, the Ahmedabad Crime Branch got information that Manish has been hiding in Mumbai. Based on this information, a team from the crime branch raided Mumbai and picked up the notorious criminal.
Manish’s crime list is as under:
- In 2005, infamous gangster Subhash Singh joined Thakur’s gang
- In 2007, a hotel owner was shot dead in UP. He escaped from court after being apprehended
- In 2007, asked ransom from a bar owner in Mumbai. Fired on him for not getting ransom
- In 2012, he demanded a ransom from a hardware dealer and was shot dead
- In 2014, a crime was registered in the crime branch in Ahmedabad for selling arms
- In 2014, a crime of exchanging weapons was registered in Vadgam
- In 2014, a double murder was reported in Botad
- In 2015, he called a doctor in UP and demanded ransom, when the doctor did not receive the ransom, fired at him and fled
In addition to the above-mentioned list, more than 20 crimes have been registered against Manish across the country.