Kolkata, Sep 25 (IANS) West Bengal Bidhannagar City Police on Sunday busted a worldwide abducting racket close to the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Global (NSCBI) Air terminal in Kolkata and captured three brains.
The police in a joint activity with the Focal Modern Security Power (CISF) faculty protected 20 young people from NSCBI Air terminal, prior to being dealt out.
The three captured people have been recognized as Suresh Sinha, Rakesh Prasad Sinha and Dhiraj Das.
It is discovered that on September 16, one Naresh Kumar, a unique inhabitant of Haryana, documented a grumbling at the NSCBI Air terminal police headquarters that his child, Rahul Kumar, was absent since August 28 subsequent to arriving at Kolkata. Kumar informed the police that his child was caught by a phony worldwide work organization, who baited him with a rewarding proposition for employment in the US.
Rahul was approached to come to Kolkata to finish the conventions on this count and from that point he was hijacked, his dad guaranteed. Bidhannagar City Police sources said that from there on the ruffians requested a payment from Rs 49 lakh from Naresh Kumar, out of which he likewise paid Rs 40 lakh.
The detectives of Bidhannagar City Police began examining and were educated by sources that three driving forces of the seizing racket were endeavoring to get away from out of the country through NSCBI Air terminal alongside 20 young people, including Rahul Kumar.
The Bidhannagar City Police promptly reached the commandant of the CISF unit deputed at the NSCBI air terminal. A joint activity was sent off in which three bosses of the hijacking racket were captured and 20 young people protected.
It is discovered that the hijackers got deliver from the groups of this multitude of young people safeguarded. “The denounced used to bring in cash in two ways. First by requesting pay-off for abducted adolescents. They used to gather tremendous sums from the relatives.
Furthermore, second, by dealing the adolescents abroad and procuring attractive sums through that also. We are attempting to figure out the previous situations where they have been effective in dealing the young people abroad,” said a Bidhannagar City Police official.