Pune Gangland: Aditya Kamble Gang Faces Tough MCOCA Charges Amid Ongoing Crackdown

By India Crime Correspondent

Pune, 9th July 2023

  • Ruthless Gang Faces MCOCA Charges
  • Aditya Kamble Gang Comes Under the Purview of Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA)
  • Police Commissioner Takes Stringent Action Against Gang Following Robbery Incident
  • Bharti Vidyapeeth Turmoil Leads to Action
  • Gang’s Rampant Criminal Activities Prompt Police Commissioner’s Response

The notorious Aditya Kamble gang, notorious for sowing chaos in the Bharti Vidyapeeth area, now faces the weighty charges of the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA).

Prompted by a recent gang-related robbery incident in Ambegaon Khurd, Police Commissioner Retesh Kumaarr has initiated measures against the gang, marking the 34th instance of such action under MCOCA.

Key Figures Linked to Gang’s Criminal Offenses

Facing the consequences of their criminal actions are individuals such as Aditya/Sonya Khandu Kamble (20) from Hanumannagar in Ambegaon Khurd, Sohail Modin Asangi alias Laden (22) from Bholewasti in Indrayaninagar, Amol Tanaji Dhaware (19) from Jambhulwadi in Katraj, and Ajay Vijay Panchal (21) from Naveen Vasahat, Katraj.

Incident of Rampant Crime

The recent incident involved Aditya/Sonya verbally abusing a country liquor store manager, asserting his release from jail and demanding unlawful payments.

The gang members resorted to force, making off with Rs 10,000 from the store’s counter and wreaking havoc by pelting the premises with stones.

This gang has consistently engaged in a range of severe criminal activities, including robbery, extortion, attempted murder, rioting, possession of illegal weapons, damage to public property, assault, and public intimidation.

Legal Action Propelled by Investigative Proposal

Senior Police Inspector Vijay Kumbhar played a pivotal role by submitting a proposal for MCOCA charges against the gang to Additional Commissioner Praveen Patil, facilitated through DCP (Zone 2) Smartana Patil.

In response to the Aditya Kamble gang’s organized reign of terror through a slew of criminal activities, Police Commissioner Retesh Kumaarr has launched determined action against the gang.

This marks the 34th MCOCA case in the city, acting as a strong deterrent for criminal elements. MCOCA’s provisions make it arduous for gang members to secure bail for a minimum of six months.

Collective Law Enforcement Effort

The police team responsible for executing the MCOCA action includes ACP Narayan Shirgaonkar, Senior Police Inspector Vijay Kumbhar, Assistant Police Inspectors Vaibhav Gaikwad and Sachin Dhamane, ASI Chandrakant Mane, as well as dedicated police personnel such as Narendra Mahangere and Vishal Warule.


Leave a Reply

Web Design BangladeshBangladesh Online Market