Deepak Boxer, a wanted criminal from Delhi, was brought to India from Mexico.

One of the most wanted gangsters in India, Deepak “Boxer,” was brought here on Wednesday, according to officials. He was apprehended in Mexico by a special cell squad of Delhi Police with assistance from the FBI.

Boxer is being held at the Janakpuri headquarters of the Special Cell of the Delhi Police.

Deepak Boxer used a fake visa to flee from India to Mexico.

Prior to that, a squad from the Special Cell’s South West Range traveled to Mexico with the assistance of the FBI in order to return Deepak to India.

Wednesday morning, the special team and Boxer arrived at the Indira Gandhi International Airport. Special Commissioner Police H.G.S. Dhaliwal, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Pramod Kushwaha, and other officers headed there.

“The Delhi Police requested the Mexican administration to deport Deepak as soon as they discovered his presence in Mexico. The Indian Embassy in Mexico City collaborated with the Delhi Police, and a team of experienced field officers was dispatched to Mexico City to coordinate with the Embassy, Mexican authorities, police, and FBI to ensure Deepak’s swift deportation before any legal challenges from his criminal network,” said the official.

According to the Delhi Police, notorious gangster Deepak Pahal, also known as Boxer, a resident of Sonepat, Haryana, was sought for questioning in 10 criminal cases, including murder and attempted murder as well as cases involving the strict Maharashtra Control of Organized Crime Act.

In addition to this, Boxer was in charge of the Jitender Gogi group after his passing. At the Rohini court, Gogi’s rivals engaged in combat, and Gogi was slain. Boxer maintained contact with the Lawrence Bishnoi gang members as well.

“This is probably for the first time in the history of Delhi Police that a massive, multi-continent and joint police and administrative effort is bringing a dangerous fugitive back to India from Mexico,” a senior police official told IANS.

According to police, the operation was launched after the Delhi Police’s Special Cell received a tip-off about Deepak Boxer’s location. A case was registered against Boxer and his gang on March 16 this year in the Special Cell police station under which the present operation was carried out. In this case it was resolved that Boxer has to be traced and arrested from any corner of the world,” Special Commissioner of Police, Special Cell, H.G.S. Dhaliwal said.

It was discovered that the criminal had fled India on a fake passport and had made stops in several nations before arriving in Mexico almost a month after lengthy questioning and technical processes.


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