Nirbhay Singh Gujjar was one of the last dacoits of the Chambal and known as the Last Lion of Chambal. He terrorized the Chambal ravines in India, the lawless zone at the cusp of two states Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh for one and three decade
He reportedly had AK-47 assault rifles, shotguns, bulletproof jackets, night-vision binoculars and mobile phones at his disposal.
Help to ASI
According to the Regional Director (North) of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), Mr.K. K. Muhammed, Nirbhay Singh Gujjar and his gang provided much help to Archaeological Survey of India for the restoration of Bateshwar Hindu temples, Madhya Pradesh, that was constructed during the Gurjara-Pratihara empire between 8th to 11th century.
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