Delhi Police held two policemen, a dismissed constable for allegedly abducting an employee of an NGO and demanding ransom
Pradeep Pradhan is a sub-inspector of the 2014 batch and currently posted with the southwestern range (SWR) of special cell, constable Amit Yadav is posted in central district and dismissed constable Tejvinder Singh, also an ex-serviceman.
The Delhi Police held two policemen and a dismissed constable of Delhi Police have been arrested from Paharganj for allegedly abducting an employee of an NGO and demanding Rs 5 lakh from his family members.
The accused has been identified as Pradeep Pradhan, a sub-inspector of the 2014 batch from special cell, constable Amit Yadav from central district and dismissed constable Tejvinder Singh, also an ex-serviceman.
A FIR against them was registered at Paharganj police station.
As per the case details, at around 2 pm on November 18 when three policemen had conducted a raid at the premises of an NGO and alleged that an illegal call centre was being run there.
The police added that the on the pretext of investigation, they illegally detained one Bitto, who was working as a manager there and made calls to his family members and employer. They asked them to give Rs 5 lakh for his release. The family members however approached the police to seek help.
The police teams used technical surveillance and found that they had illegally detained him in their car for around seven hours and were roaming in the Dwarka district area.
The police tracked their exact location and apprehended them from Dwarka and held them.