Youngster Stolen On Digicam At UP Railway Station Discovered At BJP Chief's House
A seven-month-old boy stolen from subsequent to his sleeping dad and mom on the Mathura railway station final week has been discovered 100 km away, from a BJP corporator’s home in Firozabad, cracking a racket that steals and sells such youngsters, police mentioned.
BJP’s Vinita Agarwal and her husband had allegedly purchased the boy for Rs 1.8 lakh from two medical doctors, who had been half of a bigger gang, as they needed a son. The couple already has a daughter.
In all eight individuals have been arrested, together with the person who was caught on a safety digicam when he picked up the kid from the platform.
Visuals from a press convention organised by the railway police in Mathura confirmed cops handing over the kid to his mom, and everybody smiling for the digicam. One other visible had wads of 500-rupee notes that the police seized from the arrested medical doctors.
In an in depth assertion, senior police officer Mohammed Mushtaq mentioned mentioned the kidnapping was carried out by a gang concerned in trafficking for cash.