Delhi Court Frames Charges against Deepak Boxer under MCOCA

Deepak Boxer

Delhi’s Patiala House Court on Wednesday formally framed charges against Gangster Deepak Pahal, also known as Boxer, in a case registered under the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA).

It is alleged that Deepak Boxer is a member of a crime syndicate associated with the Jitender alias Gogi gang.

Allegations suggest that Deepak Boxer is a member of a crime syndicate linked with the Jitender alias Gogi gang. Special judge (MCOCA) Chanderjit Singh framed charges against Boxer under Section 3 and 4 of MCOCA.

Accused Deepak Boxer did not plead guilty and opted for trial. He was physically produced before the court.

The Court has scheduled the matter for hearing on May 17. Cognizance of the charge sheet against Boxer was taken on July 28, 2023. Delhi police filed a charge sheet against him on July 13. In this case, 15 other accused are in custody, and charges have been framed against them.

The matter is at the stage of prosecution evidence. Advocates Virender Mual and Abhishek Thakur appeared for Deepak Boxer. Deepak Boxer is also accused in other cases, including extortion and fake passports.

Deepak Boxer is said to have been associated with the Gogi Gang. He has been accused in several cases, including MCOCA. He was deported from Mexico in April last year and arrested in a fake passport case. He was absconding in the MCOCA case lodged in 2018.

Recommended For You

About the Author: Nunnem Gangte