Delhi: Dance Teacher Pretending To Be A Gangster Demanded Extortion Of 30 Lakhs, Two Arrested Including Accused – Dance Teacher Pretending To Be A Gangster Demanded Extortion Of 30 Lakhs

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In Anand Vihar area, a dance teacher posing as a big gangster demanded extortion of Rs 30 lakh from a businessman. On not giving the money, the accused threatened to kill both the children of the businessman. When the victim reported the matter to the police, the Crime Branch unearthed the entire mystery and nabbed the two accused.

The arrested accused have been identified as dance teacher, Vishnu Mishra (28), resident of Siddharth Enclave, Gautam Budh Nagar, UP and his accomplice Durga Dutt (27), resident of Delhi. Vishnu conspired in this whole incident. The police is probing the matter by interrogating the accused after taking one day’s remand. Efforts are also being made to recover the mobile phone used in the incident.

Special Commissioner of Crime Branch Ravindra Singh Yadav said that the victim’s family lives in Dayanand Vihar of Anand Vihar. The businessman is survived by his wife and two children. He has a garment factory in Gandhi Nagar area. The victim told that on December 20, a message came on his WhatsApp. In the message, the accused called himself a gangster by sending cross photographs of the businessman’s son and daughter. Later, the accused also called the victim. Out of fear, the businessman blocked the number by disconnecting the call. After the next 10 minutes, the accused sent a similar message on the mobile of the businessman’s wife.

On this too, apart from sending cross photographs of the children, on 24th December, the children were threatened to be killed. The businessman’s wife also blocked the number by disconnecting the call. After this the wife informed the businessman. Later the businessman tried to call the accused from his friend’s mobile, but the phone did not pick up. Later, the accused themselves called and demanded Rs 30 lakh from the victim in exchange for the children.

The businessman informed the Anand Vihar police station at the behest of his friend. Immediately after registering a case under various sections, investigation was started. Apart from the local police, a team of crime branch inspectors Arun Sindhu, KK Sharma and others started investigating the matter. Police tried to trace the accused with the help of technical surveillance. On getting the leads of the accused, raids were conducted in Gurugram, Ghaziabad, Noida and Yamunapar.

Police nabbed Vishnu from Dadri, Gautam Budh Nagar and Durga from New Ashok Nagar Delhi. During interrogation, the accused confessed to demanding Rs. Vishnu told that he teaches dance to the children of many businessmen of East Delhi. The accused thought that the victim businessman would give the money out of fear. So he planned to ask for Rs. Now the police is probing the matter by interrogating the accused.

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In Anand Vihar area, a dance teacher posing as a big gangster demanded extortion of Rs 30 lakh from a businessman. On not giving the money, the accused threatened to kill both the children of the businessman. When the victim reported the matter to the police, the Crime Branch unearthed the entire mystery and nabbed the two accused.

The arrested accused have been identified as dance teacher, Vishnu Mishra (28), resident of Siddharth Enclave, Gautam Budh Nagar, UP and his accomplice Durga Dutt (27), resident of Delhi. Vishnu conspired in this whole incident. The police is probing the matter by interrogating the accused after taking one day’s remand. Efforts are also being made to recover the mobile phone used in the incident.

Special Commissioner of Crime Branch Ravindra Singh Yadav said that the victim’s family lives in Dayanand Vihar of Anand Vihar. The businessman is survived by his wife and two children. He has a garment factory in Gandhi Nagar area. The victim told that on December 20, a message came on his WhatsApp. In the message, the accused called himself a gangster by sending cross photographs of the businessman’s son and daughter. Later, the accused also called the victim. Out of fear, the businessman blocked the number by disconnecting the call. After the next 10 minutes, the accused sent a similar message on the mobile of the businessman’s wife.

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