Those taking bail of big and small criminals are now on the radar of Ranchi Police. Such criminals and miscreants are also on the target of the police, who are roaming out of jail by taking bail. To put them behind the bars, Ranchi Police has now made preparations to tighten the noose on their bailiffs.

For this, all the Thanedars have been instructed to prepare a list of those who have taken bail of the criminals. See under what circumstances the bailiffs have taken the bail of the offender. Write the name in the list of those who have repeatedly taken bail of the offender. Register an FIR against such bailiffs and send them behind the bars. After the instructions of the City SP, all the police stations of the city have started preparing the list of sureties. 

Separate list of tainted sureties will be made 

The details of the sureties will be investigated and scrutinized by the Ranchi Police. If any crime history is found in them, then a separate list will be prepared for that too. Conversely, those who do not have any criminal history will be included in the dossier of the miscreants.

The police is not only trying to nab the miscreants and put them behind the bars, but also wants to bring the cases pending against them to the end as soon as possible. For this, the police is guaranteeing security to those witnesses who have dared to stand against the criminals. 

After making a list, the police will contact the witnesses of the case registered against the miscreants one by one and assure them of security. Security will also be provided to those who threaten the witnesses with immediate action against them.

Crime will be curbed

City SP Saurabh says that after all, who are those people, who have taken bail of miscreants and criminals, a list is being prepared for them. Apart from this, a list of witnesses in their cases will also be prepared and it will be ascertained from them whether they are being threatened or not. In this case, the witnesses will be given protection. He said that the police would continue the continuous action to check the crime.

(EW correspondent)