Jamshedpur : The district police received a shot in the arm by arresting two youth who had shot dead the 36-year-old woman while snatching her gold-chain at BH Area under Kadma police station area on October 4.
The attackers were identified as Mohammed Danish and Jitesh Singh had also shot at and injured a 35-year-old youth Saddam Hussain at Jugsalai the same morning. The police recovered a loaded 7.65 MM pistol and a country-made pistol from them.
Addressing the media, senior SP, Amol V Homkar said both Danish (22) and Jitesh (23) confessed to have killed Nazneen Pervez at BH Area after snatching her gold chain and also attacked on Saddam Hussain at Jugsalai.
The SSP said that Danish who is a dreaded criminal and resident of Purani Bustee Road in Jugsalai. His associate Jitesh, is a resident of Burmamines.
They went over to the Joggers’ Park along Kadma-Sonari Link Road in Kadma.
The 36-year-old woman was shot dead by two scooty-borne criminals at adjoining BH Area under Kadma police station area the morning walkers at Kadma-Sonari Link road.
Joggers’ Park is a point where a large number of men and women used to come for walking in the morning and also in the evening. Though some policemen remain posted and at the Joggers’ Park, but the incident has provoked fear among the people as they say that the area is now unsafe at this early hours of the day.
The criminals attacked the victim identified as Nazneen Pervez after making an abortive bid to snatch her gold-chain while she was returning home at Dhatkidh from the walk at the Joggers’ Park located along the Kadma-Sonari Link Road in Kadma.
According to the senior SP, during interrogation Danish revealed that they snatched chains to earning money.
Homkar said after committing the twin crime in the city, both Danish and Jitesh had fled to Dalma and hid at a place in the hills. Soon after the incident, the city SP Kartik S set up a special team of police officers to nab the criminals.
Apart from the twin crime committed on October 4, Danish was wanted in connection with five other grievous cases registered with the Jugsalai police station.