Police Arrest 2 Evading "Gang Of Devil" Members In Assam Biker Gang Accident Case
According to the police, they detained the two offenders in the Gauripur and Halakura regions.
GUWAHATI: The arrest of the biker gang responsible for the Bilasipara woman's homicide and subsequent social media posting has been hailed as a huge victory for the Assam Police. On Wednesday, GP Singh tweeted on his Twitter handle that the police have detained two of the incident's offenders. The two offenders have been named Akhir Ahmed and Minhazul Karim, alias Rohan.
"Reference Bilasipara Bike rider gang - The boy who made the video Akirul Islam @ Nur Nabi and the rider Minhajul who caused the accident have been apprehended by @Dhubri_Police @assampolice @CMOfficeAssam," tweet read by GP Singh.
Additionally, despite being openly challenged by the Gang of Devil in the viral video Police took two days to arrest the culprits which made the netizens raise strong questions against Assam police. One user wrote, "The question is how are they able to get out from police custody in just 10 minutes ? What if the video doesn't got viral? This raise serious question against @assampolice" while another user wrote, " Sir, Assam police should be very strict on high speed riding rules, violation should be slapped with huge financial penalty so that it does not go repeated.
According to the police, they detained the two offenders in the Gauripur and Halakura regions. The infamous teen gang "Gangs of Devil" from Assam's Dhubri district earlier that day, on December 12, posted a video to their social media account describing how one of its members murdered a woman in a car accident.
Additionally, during the early hours of Wednesday, it is claimed that unknown individuals set motorcycles owned by "Gang of Devil" members on fire.
Since the motorcycles were set on fire inside the confines of Bilasipara Police Station, the residents surmised that either angry individuals were responsible or that police officer may have been engaged in the act.
According to sources, one of the renowned bikers ran over Sakina, a woman, in Bilasipara on his speeding bike, killing her instantly. The incident was joyously reported on social media by one of the "Gangs of Devil" members, who wrote, "This biker killed one and came out of lock-up within 10 minutes."
The group announced, "This is the strength of the Gang of Devil, and right now we are partying." The incident generated significant questions regarding the legal system and how the woman who died as a result of these criminals' actions was treated.
In the meantime, social media users have been calling for the arrest of criminals who are hurting people as a result of the biker gang's viral video.
Sources claim that Assam saw 6533 incidents in 2020, resulting in 2629 fatalities. During a state-level closing ceremony for "National Road Safety Month," which was held in Guwahati last year, Chandra Mohan Patowary, the former transport minister of Assam, declared that in 2019, there were 8350 accidents and 3208 fatalities, making them more lethal than the Covid-19 virus.