SSP Goyal recovered the missing mobiles of 400 people by making police teams

Kuldeep Sood | April 07, 2021 08:27 PM
Punjab Tribune Bureau

Barnala: SSP Sandeep Goyal often launches campaigns to eradicate crime in a different way, which is well received on social media. Recently, SSP Goyal had launched a campaign against those who create noise on bullet motorcycles. As part of the campaign, videos of police smashing the silencers of bullet bikes with the help of a hammer and smashing them with the help of a road ruler are also being trending on social media. Seeing this, everyone is praising SSP Goyal in a different way for his work in eradicating crime. It is to be mentioned that now again SSP Goyal has launched a campaign which has astonished every resident of the district as he has been able to find the lost mobile phones of the people for more than two years and handed over to the owners. At first, people were astonished how the police got their lost mobile phone after so long. 

While it is often seen that any person's mobile phone suddenly falls or is stolen at any place, individuals lodge complaints about missing phone to the police once and think that the police will never be able to find a lost or stolen mobile phone. However, S.S.P. Goyal has also dispelled the superstition that is growing in the minds of the people by handing over the mobile phones recovered by the police in the hands owners. Addressing a press conference, SSP Sandeep Goyal said that the police had received complaints about about 800 missing mobile phones. To address these complaints, a teams of SPH Harwant Kaur, DSP Control Room Rachpal Dhindsa and Inspector Rajpal Singh in charge of Saanjh Kendra were formed to search for the mobiles. As a result, the police officers found the missing mobile phones of 400 people. He said that the teams are working day and night to find the rest of the mobile phones. It is hoped that in a few days remained  mobile phones too will be found and handed over to the public. He also said that the mobile phones of the people whose mobile phones were stolen or snatched by a robber and which were found by them would be returned as per the legal procedure of the court. If a person's mobile phone falls on the road or somewhere and the phone has been found by the police, it will be returned without any legal handover. Police on Tuesday found and returned the mobile phones of 10 people and the owners of the remaining phones will be contacted and their mobiles will be handed over to them after a thorough investigation.


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