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Indori hotel owner asked for a ransom of 25 lakhs: Punjab Police, Pakistan and Sidhu Mousawala took the relationship with this case

Indori hotel owner asked for a ransom of 25 lakhs: Punjab Police, Pakistan and Sidhu Mousawala took the relationship with this case

Shipra police have arrested two accused from Bihar for threatening a ransom of 25 lakhs to a hotel owner of Indore bypass. The main accused was taken to the Punjab Police a day before in another ransom case. The matter of Pakistan connection of the accused in this case is also coming out. Not only this, after the murder of Punjabi pop singer Sidhu Mouswala, the Punjab Police is investigating the connection of extortion.

Now Indore police says that the kingpin will be brought to Indore on production warrant from Punjab. After this, the connection of the accused will be known. At present, the police has taken out the details of the SIM and bank account of the accused. The ransom was sought. Dinesh Verma of the hotel complained in this case. When they reached the police, the police asked to call. During the conversation, the police kept tracing the location of the mobile. After the accused got the location of Motihari, the police reached to arrest both. From here, Azerdeep and his aunt's boy Rahul brought Rahul to Indore.

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According to Punjab PoliceSP Birda, when the team reached there, the two accused caught the name of Prince Singh son Surendra Singh Thakur. Told. Rahul said that Prince had called the SIM in the name of Rahul, Dinesh Verma, the hotel owner of Indore. At the same time, Azardeep had opened a bank account by paying 5 thousand rupees. Now Indore Police will bring the kingpin Prince to Indore on Production Want. Is a member of the gang. In recent times, members of this forced recovery gang had opened 150 bank accounts to recover and rigor money from doctors, politicians and traders. These bank accounts were opened in Nationlines banks including Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. Although the Punjab Police has now freeze most of these accounts with the help of police of other states and the rest of the accounts are under investigation. According to the police affected police, the network of accused is also from Pakistan. The accused used to make a WhatsApp ID and then called through the Internet. Many of these were also Pakistani numbers. He explained his identity as an associate of notorious gangster Lawrence Bishnoi, Goldie Brar and Jaggu Bhagwanpuria. Bishnoi and Bhagwanpuria were arrested by the Punjab Police during the investigation of the Mousala murder case. Cyber ​​fraudsters took advantage of this and forcibly recover the contact numbers of the victims on the Internet. There was a pile of extortion complaints. The victims included businessmen, doctors and even politicians. The police formed a team about this. The responsibility of which was given to two big officers.

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August 9th 2022, 2:15 am
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