Gangster took 15 lakhs ransom, old DSP says give me money I will compromise

The local police have registered a case in the case of demanding a ransom of 15 lakh rupees as a gangster. A person named Satwinder Singh Dhillon of village Bhaironpur told the police that on June 6 at around 12.30 in the night, he received a call from a foreign number and the caller claimed to be a gangster and demanded Rs. 15 lakh. demanded the ransom of The caller threatened to kill a member of his family if he did not pay the ransom within a day or two.

Another case of asking for a ransom of 15 lakh rupees by pretending to be a gangster on the phone has come to light. According to the information received from the sources, a person named Satwinder Singh Dhillon of Bhanropur village gave a complaint to the police and said that on June 6, around 12:30 p.m. He received a call on his phone from a foreign number and the caller, calling himself a gangster, demanded a ransom of 15 lakh rupees and threatened him that if the ransom was not paid within 1/2 days, his family would be killed. The member will be killed. On the statements of the complainant, the Police of Thana Fatehgarh Sahib registered a case under 384,120-B IPC against the unknown person. A case has been registered and investigation has been started. It is worth mentioning that some time ago, a young man named Novpreet Singh, who works in a private bank here, called from a foreign number, claiming to be a man of the alleged gangster Goldie Brar. A ransom of Rs 20 crore was demanded.

Gangster Manpreet Manne’s henchmen who demanded ransom from Talwandi Sabo shopkeepers have been arrested. The IG and SSP of Bathinda have made a big disclosure about this by holding a press conference.
Giving information about this, IG Mukhwinder Singh Chhina told whether Vijay Kumar of Talwandi had given a complaint to the police that the gangster Manpreet Manna had come to him on October 7. Manne’s phone was put to his ear and they talked to him and took a ransom of 4 lakhs.

After this, 6 lakh rupees were taken again on October 8. The police brought Manne on a production warrant and interrogated him. After this, 7 men including Manne’s partner Gurpreet Singh were arrested from whom four revolvers were recovered. 20 lakh rupees were also recovered. Apart from this, a ransom of 1 crore was demanded from the businessman of Ram Mandi. In this regard, Delhi Police has arrested two men who will be brought for questioning.

IG MS Chhina said that in the case of gangster Deepak Tinu, who escaped from the custody of Mansa CIA, his friend has been caught but there is no evidence about gangster Tinu’s escape abroad. The matter has come to light only through a media report, it has not been confirmed.