Etawah. The incident of kidnapping of a cattle trader from Ikdil area of Etawah district of Uttar Pradesh and demanding ransom of Rs 15 lakh has come to light recently. In fact, news came from Ikdil area that a cattle trader Harendra Yadav has been kidnapped and a ransom of 15 lakhs is being demanded in return, this news stirred up the police department. After receiving information about the kidnapping, the police and the crime branch jointly launched a campaign to free the kidnapped animal trader.
The police have arrested one of the kidnappers, but still some suspects are away from the police’s grip. Etawah SSP Jaiprakash Singh said that the kidnapped son had raided the ravine by combing the ravine on the basis of electronic and manual and circumstantial evidences regarding the kidnapping of his father Harendra Yadav and demanding ransom. But 4 persons managed to escape taking advantage of being dark and rugged, and the police team caught 2 persons from the spot. Out of which one person was told as kidnapped Harendra Yadav and the other kidnapped Govind Rajput son Tunde Singh.
On search of the arrested kidnapper, 1 keypad mobile was recovered from his possession. During police interrogation, the arrested accused was told that he and his other accomplices had called Harendra Yadav on the pretext of buying a buffalo and Harendra was kidnapped for ransom. In this case, Govind Rajput, son of Tunde, a native of Golekapura (curd town) police station, new village, district Bhind, Madhya Pradesh Senior Superintendent of Police Jai Prakash Singh rewarded the team members with a cash prize of Rs 25000 for the encouragement of the successful unveiling of the incident. Has been done. On the information of Harendra’s kidnapping, Madhya Pradesh and Etawah police combed the rugged area and on Tuesday morning found the cattle trader safely. Harendra Yadav, a resident of Vikas Colony Part-3, located in Pakka Bagh of Ikdil area, does the work of horse-trading.
Harendra was called on the pretext
Harendra’s son Anurag Yadav told that when he reached near Sanawai village of Bhind district of Madhya Pradesh at 11 in the morning, Govind said that the straight path is very long. After this, talking about the short way, took both of them through the forest path. Arms miscreants stopped their bikes as soon as they reached about five meters away from the village. The three were taken off the bike and taken towards the forest. According to Sonu, the miscreants told him that if you want to take Harendra safely, then bring five lakh rupees. Before that, a demand of 15 lakhs was started regarding ransom. After that the kidnappers left him to bring the ransom money and ring, while Govind went into hiding during that time.
When the news of Harendra’s abduction reached the house, there was uproar. On the information of the kidnapping, the police started interrogation by taking the accused Govind into custody. Also saw the spot. Harendra Yadav told that the people who kidnapped him in the name of buying a buffalo made him walk around 40 km in the ravine. At one time the kidnappers came around Panchnada, where they even reached a nearby village. Where many levels of talks were held with the kidnappers. Whose information has been freed, the animal trader has given it to the police officers, about which a thorough investigation of the police has been started.