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Jamshedpur: Police crack kidnapping case of flour mill trader

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Seraikela: Seraikela Kharsawan Police have cracked the kidnapping case of Adityapur’s flour mill businessman Mahendra Agrawal and his employee Ashwini Mahto. In this regard, six accused of kidnapping, 32-year-old Milan Kumar Das, a resident of Mudia, a 30-year-old Radha Balam Kalindi, a resident of Domjudi, Kalidan Kalindi, 42, Rotho Manjhi, 26, Dayamey Kaivart, 26, a resident of Mudiya and 19-year-old Manoj Sardar, a resident of Hatnada, were arrested. They have been sent to jail. Police have recovered 10 mobile sets of different companies, two wallets, three motorcycles and a WagonR car numbered BR16M-6611 from the above accused.
In connection with the briefing of the incident, Superintendent of Police Anand Prakash, while holding a press conference, has given information about the whole matter. He said that on August 30, on the complaint of Sapna Agarwal, wife of Mahendra Agarwal, a case was registered under Adityapur police station case number 308/2021. 


In the course of research it was found that Mahendra Agarwal and Ashwini Mahto have been kidnapped for ransom. Who has demanded one crore rupees by the kidnappers. The accused Milan Kumar Das, Radha Balam Kalindi, Kalidan Kalindi, Rotho Kalindi, Daymay Kaivart and Manoj Sardar were arrested from Raipur village under Kandra police station with the technical and human assistance by the team constituted. 
Adityapur police station in-charge Rajendra Prasad Mahto, Gamharia police station in-charge Krishna Murari, Kandra police station in-charge Rajan Kumar, Seraikela police station in-charge Manohar Kumar, Chandil police station in-charge Shambhu Sharan Das, Sanoj Kumar Chaudhary, Rishabh Akash Sahi, Sagar Lal Mahtha, Vishwajit Kumar, Armed Police Forces including Gaurav Mishra, Alok Ranjan Chowdhury and Suman Saurav were involved.

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