NGO worker held for kidnapping minor girls

Abha Gupta. Dated: 8/26/2019 3:14:58 PM

The sleuths of Delhi Police have arrested a 38-year-old man for allegedly kidnapping three minor girls in national Capital. Police said that the accused, who works in an NGO, in order to take revenge from two police officers of Kalandi Kunj police station, tried to implicate them in false case.

The accused has been identified as Bimal Kumar, a resident of Sector-5, Harola, Noida. Police said that Bimal was presently working as Market Head in a NGO, Anti Corruption Crime Control Force at Rohini. Earlier, he was working in another NGO Yuva Kranti Foundation at Jaitpur.

According to Chinmoy Biswal, the Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), South East district, on August 22 at about 12 noon, Yashpal, the complainant received a call, in which the caller introduced himself as Assistant Sub-Inspector from Kalindi Kunj police station.

“Posing as ASI, the caller told Yashpal that his three minor nieces aged 17 years, 15 years and 11 years are with him at police station and are complaining against him,” said the DCP.

“Yashpal was in Gurugram at his office but his wife went to the Kalandi Kunj police station but there was neither their nieces nor there was any complaint against Yashpal at the police station,” said the DCP.

“Sensing something shady in the issue, the police team started an investigation. On enquiry, the caller’s allegations were also found to be false. Therefore, it became sure that the caller is misleading and playing mischief. A case of kidnapping was registered and investigation was initiated,” said the DCP.

“During investigation, on August 23, on specific inputs Bimal Kumar was apprehended from Khadda Colony, Jaitpur, while he was going on his bike towards Noida,” said the DCP.

“During interrogation, Bimal confessed to his crime and all three victims were safely recovered from a rented accommodation at Sehatpur, Faridabad on his instance. The accused had concocted a story to the landlord that the girls are his daughters and due to matrimonial dispute he’s staying separately with his daughters,” said the DCP.

“Bimal further disclosed that on August 16, he saw victim girls returning from the school and were going at their house. The girls appeared to be sad and accused Bimal asked them the reason. The girls told him that they are sisters and their parents are no more. They all live with their uncle and aunt at Khadda Colony and their uncle doesn’t love them as much as their parents did and they were not very happy,” said the DCP.

“The accused introduced himself as an officer from a NGO and stated to the girls that he will take care of the matter. The accused allured the girls and told them that he can help them in getting their property share from their uncle, so that they can live separately. The victim girls fell in the fascinated talks of the accused,” said the DCP. “Bimal is so desperate that he always pretends himself as a police officer from Anti Corruption Branch. He was earlier arrested under section 107/151 of CrPC by the Kalindi Kunj police station,” said the DCP.

“Since then, accused wanted to take revenge from two police officials of police station who had apprehended him. He was waiting for an opportunity to create trouble for the policemen and when he met the minor children, accused hatched conspiracy to frame police officers in missing of the children,” said the DCP.


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