Four held for supplying cellphone to undertrial

The Jamnagar police have arrested four persons including two SIM cards dealers from the city for allegedly supplying cellphone and SIM card to an undertrial.

Written by Express News Service | Rajkot | Published:January 4, 2012 5:20 am

The Jamnagar police have arrested four persons including two SIM cards dealers from the city for allegedly supplying cellphone and SIM card to an undertrial. According to information,a police team had recovered four cellphones from Jamnagar District Jail few days ago.

The SIM card was also activated without any documents,said police officials.

On December 22,during a surprise raid by a Gandhinagar police team had recovered four abandoned cellphones from jail premises. One of the cellphones had a SIM card.

The investigation revealed that that particular phone had been used by an undertrial,Mukesh Agrawat. Investigations are still on to find who used other three cellphones.

Preliminary probe revealed that Agrawat was provided a cellphone by his accomplice Dilip Rawalia,who allegedly got the SIM card from Salman Hussain,a resident of Kalawad Naka. The police further said Hussain had procured a SIM card from Bhvya Modi,an owner of B K Enterprise in Khodiyar Colony. However,during interrogation,Modi told the police that card was supplied by Tejas Nandlal,owner of Krishna Mobiles.

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