Police solved the case of kidnapping of a person working in merchant navy, 4 arrested with gun -aabtak24


Delhi Kidnapping Case: Rohini District Police has arrested 4 accused while solving the case of kidnapping of a person working in Merchant Navy. The police have also recovered a toy gun, ransom money and the Swift car used in the kidnapping from the accused. The arrested accused have been identified as Trilok Singh, Gursimran, Abhishek and Akshay.

Actually, a person named Amit had complained at the police station Aman Vihar that his brother-in-law named Manjeet, who works in the Merchant Navy, has been kidnapped. Not only this, Amit also told that the kidnappers are demanding Rs 12 lakh in exchange for Manjeet’s release. Seeing the seriousness of the matter, DCP Rohini immediately formed a team, the case was registered and the team was engaged in search of Manjeet. 

Rs 3 lakh cash was given to kidnappers
Complainant Amit also told that digital payment of Rs 1.5 lakh and Rs 3.5 lakh cash has been given to kidnappers. After this, the police started scanning all the CCTV footage. Call details of Manjeet’s phone were extracted as the kidnappers were making WhatsApp calls from Manjeet’s phone only. 

Kidnappers arrested from surveillance
On the basis of technology surveillance, the police arrested 4 kidnappers and rescued the kidnapped Manjeet. Police recovered a toy gun, the car in which Manjeet was kidnapped, 3.5 lakh cash and 1.5 lakh digital money from them.

Accused know each other
During interrogation, the four accused told that they all know each other. Accused Abhishek and Akshay are childhood friends and are residents of the same village. The accused Gursimran and Trilok Chand are residents of Punjab. Abhishek wanted to send one of his relatives, Karambir, to New Zealand, so he contacted Gursimran. Because Gursimran had already sent Abhishek to Thailand and Malaysia. Gursimran spoke to the victim Manjeet on Facebook and sought his help to send Abhishek’s relative to New Zealand.  

7 lakh rupees were taken for sending abroad
During the police investigation, it was found that Manjeet also took 7 lakh rupees for the documents to be sent abroad. But on June 23, Abhishek’s relative Karambir could not go abroad due to some shortage in the papers. Angered by this, the accused called Manjeet to a hotel in Mahipalpur, Delhi and started pressurizing Manjeet to return his money, and not only that, the accused assaulted him. 

Manjit gave 3.5 lakh rupees to the accused but Manjit asked for time for the remaining amount, but the accused did not agree and kidnapped Manjit and took him with him and called his brother from his phone and demanded ransom started doing.

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