In Jaipur, on the night of 1 October, at 11 o'clock, six-seven masked miscreants in a Bolero kidnapped a garments trader. After the incident, the kidnappers called his father and demanded a ransom of Rs 3 lakh in lieu of releasing the young man. The matter reached the Sanganer police station. Meanwhile, the father of the youth, being upset by the threats of the miscreants, transferred one lakh rupees to his account online.
After this, the miscreants left the kidnapped businessman at a secluded place near Deoli in Tonk district at 12 o'clock on October 3. Police and relatives engaged in search of the young man successfully recovered the kidnapped youth. He was brought to Jaipur. Here today the victim's statement will be recorded and his medical examination will be done. In this regard, Dilkhush Meena, a resident of Udaipur village of Uniara Tehsil in Tonk district, has filed a case at Sanganer police station on October 2.
According to the police, the kidnapped Ghamdilal (18) has a garments shop in Uniara. He left for Jaipur on October 1 in a roadways bus with his friend Dilkhush Meena (20) in connection with the business. They both got off the bus at around 11 pm in front of Kumbha Marg on Tonk Road. As the night got longer, the arrogant and Dilkhush decided to stay in a nearby hotel, Shivam. They both left for the hotel on foot.
Then a Bolero stopped in front of the hotel, in which the miscreants present had tied a cloth on their face. They tried to capture Dilkhush and Ghandi, but Dilkhush escaped. While his friend Ghandi was caught by the miscreants. So they forcibly slammed him into the Bolero and fled. According to Dilkhush, 85 thousand rupees were kept in one bag and 50 thousand rupees in the other with the arrogant. This money was also looted by the miscreants.
Dilkhush gets terrified after the kidnapping of his friend Ghandi. He called his brother late in the night and informed him. After this, at 4 o'clock in the morning, he called the father of the arrogant and informed him about the kidnapping and robbery. Then he reached the hotel with his acquaintances. Then on October 2 at 7 in the morning. So the miscreants called Gandhi's father and demanded a ransom of Rs 3 lakh. After this, Gandhi's father lodged a case in the Sanganer police station.
According to Dilkhush, Bolero could only see the incomplete registration number of the vehicle, on which RJ 26 was written. Along with this, Zilla Parishad member was also written on the number plate. So the investigation of the case was handed over to Sub Inspector Hiralal. However, a search is on for the accused on the basis of the number plate of the vehicle and CCTV footage. The police have named a young man.
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