Trader missing for a week, kin protest outside SSP office

Greater Noida: The family members of a belongings dealer lacking since March five and local residents on Tuesday protested outdoor the SSP office, accusing the police of creating little headway in the case.
The family alleged that despite the fact that the police had lodged an FIR towards 3 individuals, they didn't make much effort to nab them.

Udayraj Singh (47), who lived with his wife Rekha and two sons, elderly 22 and 18, in Sector Gama 2, had left house on March five to deposit Rs 3.85 lakh in Vijaya Bank in Sector Gama 1. The distance between Singh’s house and the financial institution is a kilometre, which he made up our minds to stroll that day.

Aditya Kumar, Udayraj’s son, said the family introduced a search when his father didn't return house overdue in the night time. “We dialled his quantity and located it switched off. We introduced a search however may not in finding him in the neighbourhood,” Kumar said.

The subsequent morning, the family members reached the financial institution to enquire concerning the subject. They accessed CCTV pictures nevertheless it didn't throw any leads. Officials it appears informed the family Singh had not come to the financial institution that day.

The family then reported the subject to Kasna police and informed them they suspected the involvement of 3 individuals — Raza, Mutabbir and Abbas — all residents of Cholas village.

Pawan Nagar, Singh’s relative, said the property dealer had given a lona of Rs 7 lakh to the 3 individuals two years ago.

“They had not been returning the money. They had even threatened Udayraj with dire penalties after he prodded them about returning the mortgage. We suspect their involvement in this case,” he said.

Singh’s family members and neighbours protested outdoor the SSP office on Tuesday and demanded that the investigation be fast-tracked. They additionally met SP (rural) Suniti, who reportedly confident them of a swift investigation.

BK Verma, the SHO of Kasna police station, said a case of kidnapping and felony intimidation beneath Sections 364 and 506 of the IPC has been registered. “We are investigating the subject from all angles,” he said.

Trader missing for a week, kin protest outside SSP office Trader missing for a week, kin protest outside SSP office Reviewed by kailash soni on March 14, 2018 Rating: 5
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