With the arrest of four lawbreakers, the Delhi Police Crime Branch on Sunday cracked the kidnapping case of a young person in which the abductors had requested Rs 50 crore, the highest ever recover requested in the city.
On Sunday, Media had reported that the case had been solved and atleast three men had been grabbed.
Joint commissioner (crime) Ravindra Yadav reported the leap forward on Sunday evening, including that his groups were the post for atleast eight other men who assumed diverse parts in the kidnapping.
Two of the plotters, Mahesh and Manjeet, are property merchants and little time specialists of a political gathering. They breast fed resentment against the young person's dad and had procured proficient hoodlums to complete the kidnapping.
The captured culprits have been recognized as Vikrant Shokeen and Vinod Kumar from Chhawla in southwest Delhi, Vichitra Vir from Swaroop Nagar and Anand (27) from Prahladpur Bangar. Vinod is likewise a denounced in a pack assault case held up at Najafgarh police headquarters in 2006.
"We are attempting to discover the whereabouts of their partners and the payoff cash. We have recouped the BMW of the casualty, the Scorpio and Swift utilized as a part of the wrongdoing, a Pulsar, narcotic tablets and ampoules. The criminals froze because of the weight worked by the Crime Branch and discharged the casualty for Rs 1 crore," joint CP Yadav said.
The casualty, 19-year-old Rocky (name changed) is the child of a previous councilor. He was snatched from Subhash Place in northwest Delhi while he was en route to school in his BMW on September 27.
The offenders, dressed as policemen, caught his auto in their Scorpio and took him to a "police headquarters" to issue a challan for breaking the activity flag.
The police, be that as it may, were alarmed through a PCR call from an observer, Aman, who said he had seen a few men greet the young person. A FIR was held up against obscure individuals for capturing a unidentified youth.