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‘Why ask this from me? Just search my crime status on Google,’ serial killer tells Bihar police

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PATNA: A serial killer who confesses to killing as many as 20 persons has told his interrogators to search his “crime status” on Google, rather than wasting their precious time and energy in seeking information from him.

The gangster Avinash Srivastava alias Amit was arrested by the police on Monday while trying to commit robbery in a nationalised bank in Bihar.

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“Why do you people waste your time and energy in seeking information from me about the crime record? Just search on Google and you will get every information about this,” was how he told his interrogators.

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“Every detail about my crime is available on Google,” he added, claiming the Bollywod movie “Gangs of Wasseypur” too was inspired by his criminal act.

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The IT-savvy robber who did his post graduation from Jamia Millia Islamia university in Delhi and also worked for a leading company like Infosis, fell into police net while trying to commit robbery in a nationalized bank in Mahua areas of Vaishali district Monday. He is a son of former lawmaker Lalan Srivastava.

The gangster along with his accomplices had entered into the bank branch masquerading as ‘kanwanrias’ (Hindu pilgrims) when the police was informed of the incident. In subsequent action, the dreaded gangster was caught while his accomplices managed to escape.

“All the criminals had come dressed as kanwarias (Hindu pilgrims) to rob the bank but were caught,” a local district police official Rakesh Kumar told the media today adding the police also recovered arms and ammunitions from the arrested criminal.

The gangster told his interrogators that he had entered into the world of crime to avenge the murder of his father Lalan Srivastava who was killed in 2002.

In 2013, he killed his father’s assailant in a brutal manner. He had pumped 32 bullets into the victim’s body, according to police.

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