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4 expelled out of Gautam Buddh Nagar in action against anti-social elements

Press Trust of India  |  Noida (UP) 

The Gautam Buddh Nagar administration Monday said it has expelled four people out of the district for six months for their alleged involvement in crimes, as it continues its efforts to improve law and order.

Those four have been identified as Pawan, a resident of Dankaur in the district, Ramkishor Singh, Virendra and Koode Singh all three living in Jewar, the administration said.

They have been expelled out of Gautam Buddh Nagar for a period of six months as part of the administration and the police's effort to check crime here, District Magstrate Brajesh Narayan Singh said.

A case under the Uttar Pradesh Control ofGoondasAct, 1970, was going on against them in the District Magistrate's court, which has ordered the expulsion of these persons, according to a statement from the district information office.

"The district administration is committed to ensuring continuous strict action against people of criminal nature. Therefore, similar action will be taken in future against the mafia and criminals under the Gangsters Act and the Goonda Act besides considering their expulsion from the district," Singh said.

The district administration had recently sought public help in tracking anti-social elements who were reportedly staying in Gautam Buddh Nagar, despite being expelled out under law.

Nearly 40 anti-social people are officially under expulsion from Gautam Buddh Nagar at present.

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First Published: Mon, September 24 2018. 20:00 IST