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Youth who claimed to be 'criminal-murderer' and offered his 'services' on Facebook gets arrested

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UJJAIN: A youth who ran a criminal gang and offered his 'services' on Facebook, has been arrested in Madhya Pradesh.

Durlabh Kashyap openly claimed that  he was a 'notorious criminal and 'murder'.

In his Facebook bio, he had mentioned that his services could be obtained for any crime or settling disputes. 

Kashyap's bio read as 'kukhyat badmash, hatyara, pure apradhi'. He advertised his acts and said that he could be contacted for any dispute-case. The police sources said that they had information about the activities of the gang members. 

From the 15 member gang, police recovered half-a-dozen firearms, swords, knives and cartridges. The gang was involved in the daredevil attack on Ashwini Meena earlier this month. Also, they had fired near Eidgah, recently. 

The gang had played a role during a recent incident that led to tension in the town. The gang members posted about their activities on Facebook so that it could create impact and people got know about the gang.

One of the posts in which he bragged about his activities was liked more than 500 times. His gang had several members and was involved in criminal activities. Police sources said that the gang members who were active in Ujjain, claimed to be Indore natives.

Whenever a new member joined this group, they updated their Facebook status. The gang members were available for hire in order to create any disturbance or commit a crime. The police have arrested Kashyap. His accomplices have also been rounded up. One,  Hemant Bokhla, who is in jail, is reported to be the patrons of the gang.