Nuh: Marriage – A garland worth about eight and a half lakh rupees was looted by the delivery boy of a businessman who made and sold garlands of currency notes for rent or weddings. The incident occurred near a soft drink manufacturer near Ujina village on Nuh-Hodal road. Three people are accused of looting garlands worth thousands of rupees. Of these, police have arrested one accused and recovered cash worth around Rs 7 lakh from him. Police are now conducting raids to search for other remaining accused. The arrested accused was produced before the court from where he was remanded in custody.
Mohammad Saad, a resident of Salahedi, said in the complaint filed with the police that he was working for Nikhil Gupta alias Duda, resident of Ward No. 11, near Gondaram Chowk, Nuh Shop, Lakhpat Boot House, nearby by Bada Madrasa Nuh. On November 17, Nikhil Gupta wore a garland worth Rs 8 lakh 5,000, making a total of 13 garlands, of which 11 garlands were worth Rs 64,000, one garland was worth Rs 51,000 and one was worth Rs 50,000. The businessman had given the group’s cell phone number to Malai Village to hand over, who reached the Malai base at around 12.10 pm and contacted him on the given number from his cell phone, who said that he was in Malai and I was asked to stay at the base. Said. After some time three people came in a car. After speaking to them, he sat down with them. All three called themselves Taslim, Talim and Sapat, who called the name of the person driving the car Talim. He told that a car was reserved for the groom which was parked at the gas station in Bhimsika village for washing, let’s go there. After reaching Bhimsika petrol station, he said that they would park the vehicle at the petrol station near Bibipur base, otherwise the vehicle would not be found there either.
The accused then said that it was parked at the gas station in Ujina village, let’s go there. As they made their way there and got close to Kenpack by car, they took out the iron bars hidden under the seat of the car and beat her, kicked her with fists, frightened her and threatened her. All three people said to forget the garland for now and get out of here. You don’t get the garland or money. If you don’t leave the garland and run away, they will kill you. He was sitting in the back seat of the car, so he pressed the handbrake of the car with both hands and when he made noises, they turned up the volume of the car’s built-in music system all the way so that no one could hear his noise. He released the handbrake of the car and started to move the car, opened the window of the car and tried to push me out of the moving vehicle and throw me to the ground, but he got stuck on the window. Talim was driving the car and Tasleem and Sapat started punching, kicking and hitting him with iron bars to force him to jump out of the window.
Out of fear, he didn’t jump out of the car or leave the window. The three persons mentioned above drove the vehicle from Nuh-Hodal Road to Ujina-Kairaka Road. After driving a short distance on Kairaka Road, the car drove down the road and he jumped down from the window. Meanwhile, the accused took advantage of the opportunity, abandoned the vehicle at the spot and ran away with the iron bars and garland. The victim requested the police to arrest the above three defendants and recover the money. Chandrabhan, in-charge of Nuh Sadar police station, said that after registering a case, they arrested an accused and recovered around seven lakh rupees. More defendants will be arrested soon.
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