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Two accused demanding extortion: Badlapur police caught Delhi, robbed the businessman's shop on the strength of the gun

Two accused demanding extortion: Badlapur police caught Delhi, robbed the businessman's shop on the strength of the gun

Badlapur Kotwali police have arrested two accused from Delhi for demanding extortion from a businessman. Some people entered the shop from the businessman running the building material and asked for twenty thousand rupees extortion. On refusal, he ran away threatening to see indecent. The court had issued a non -bailable warrant against the accused. On February 25, Bhim Yadav, Budhu Yadav and Tete alias Deepak Yadav entered the shop of Shiva Asare Sahu, who runs a shop in the b2. The accused asked the businessman twenty thousand rupees extortion. On refusal, he escaped threatening to see. On March 8, again at around six in the evening, the three accused entered the shop with 5-6 unidentified persons. The accused have been registered in several police stations, the case was taken by Bahim Yadav Katta and Budhu. The accused ran away from the businessman's chest and ran away with a knife and ran away from the police and threatened to kill the police on the complaint. Inspector -in -charge Yogendra Singh said that both of them have a case registered in half a dozen other cases in the police station Badlapur, Baksha and Kotwali Jaunpur. The police was looking for them for a long time. The court had issued information from the informer between the non -bailable warranties that both the accused were living in Sarojninagar South West New Delhi. Inspector in -charge formed a team under the leadership of Sub -Inspector Rajendra Prasad and sent him to Delhi for the arrest of the accused. There the police team arrested both of them on the evening of 21 July and brought them to Badlapur on transit remand from the court of Judicial Magistrate of Court Patiala House New Delhi. From March 21, the court issued a non-bailable warrant against Bhim Yadav alias Sachin son Mahendra Yadav resident Virbhanpur and Tate Yadav alias Deepak Yadav son Dukhi Yadav resident Pran Patti. Copyright © 2022-23 DB Corp Ltd. The DNPA code of ethics.

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July 23rd 2022, 7:31 am
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