A deal of Rs 50,000 for a 9-day-old infant by its aunt, police arrested eight people

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In connection with a theft of a nine-day infant and selling for Rs 50,000, the police have arrested eight people, including the newborn’s aunt. Aunt had fixed the deal to sell the newborn for 50 thousand rupees.

Kotwali police recovered the newborn and filed a case under section 370, 363 and 120-B of the Constitution. All the accused will be present in the court on Saturday.

Superintendent of Police Ajay Singh said that on Thursday, Nepal’s origin Naresh Bahadur son of Jeet Bahadur, current resident of Bandaratoli (Jakholi) gave Tahrir for theft of his nine-day-old missing baby in the Mayali police station. The suit was filed in Kotwali Rudraprayag on the basis of the victim’s Tahrir. Police teams were formed to arrest the accused.

With the help of mobile surveillance, the police arrested eight accused, including infant’s aunt, Babita Devi, wife of Prem Kumar, a resident of Sood ka maan, Dhali, District Shimla (Himachal Pradesh), near the Rishikesh Bhadrakali Chowki in the evening.

Among them, Jagdish Chandra, aka Vicky’s son Ricky Ram and his wife Shilpa Devi, Resident Building New Two-Two Power House, Thana Baloganj, Tehsil and District Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, Bina Devi wife of Ahkam Sayed and his son Manmeet Singh Rana resident of 62 Phuta Road Mansoor Colony, Sabji Mandi Saharanpur (Uttar Pradesh), Gyan Chandra alias Son, son of Balakram resident of village Naabahi (Himachal Pradesh), Karn Singh son of Arjun Singh, village Mateh, Chamiyadi, District Una (HP) and Hansraj Kumar son of alias Mitu Manchandra resident of Village and Po. Mahi, district Hamirpur (Himachal Pradesh) are included.

Vehicle and cash of Rs 45 thousand have also been recovered from the possession of the accused. Inspector Jahangir Ali, Women sub-inspector Jyoti Panwar, Police Kuldeep Singh, Police Vinod Kumar, Women Police Poonam were involved in the police team. Read more posts…


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