An international-level rugby player has been arrested for killing of three people, including a Delhi Police personnel and an alleged gangster, in the Delhi.
The accused, Parmeet Dabas, was an international rugby player and had represented India in matches in Pakistan (2005), Sri Lanka (2006) and Uzbekistan (2015).
The total number of arrests in the case has reached six.
After his Sri Lanka trip, Dabas fell in bad company and was arrested in the murder case of one Ranvir Rana in 2007 and jailed for three years.
Later, he underwent surgery for pancreatic disorder and took a heavy loan for it.
Unable to repay the loan, he joined the gang of his uncle, Sonu Dariyapur alias Satyawan, and began to commit extortions and robberies.
He procured six SIM cards for Sonu on fake IDs and also arranged for a flat at Nihal Vihar.
He tracked Monu for 3-4 days before the murder and passed on the information to Sonu.
On April 29, Dabas spotted Monu at Shoukeen Chowk, Peeragarhi.
Other gang members reached and riddled Monu’s car with bullets, killing him, a police officer and a businessman.
Dabas and his associates then went into hiding in Himachal Pradesh, Dehradun, Haryana, Kolkata and Delhi.