In Haridwar, a young man trapped in a honey trap hatched a conspiracy to kidnap himself and demanded Rs 10 lakh from his family members.

The phone was connected to the WiFi of the railway station in Ghaziabad and was caught after its location was traced.
. A young man from Pathri area lost one lakh rupees after falling into the trap of honeytrap. When the girl asked for more money, he pretended to have kidnapped himself and demanded Rs 10 lakh from his relatives. Due to this the family also became worried and informed the police. The police swung into action on the instructions of the SSP and during the investigation, recovered the youth safely from Ghaziabad railway station and exposed the alleged kidnapping within 48 hours.
According to the police, on March 1, Intezaar son of Shakur resident of Bahadarpur Jatt lodged a complaint of missing person of nephew Sehban son of Noor Hasan at Pathri police station. Senior Superintendent of Police Pramendra Dobal gave instructions after taking complete information from SP Dehat Swapan Kishore Singh and CO Laksar Niharika Semwal.
A team was formed under the leadership of Police Station Head Ravindra Kumar. Meanwhile, at night a message came on Sehban’s brother’s mobile phone. It was told that four youths had kidnapped Sehban and demanded Rs 10 lakh for his release. The family was shocked by the message that their son was kidnapped. He immediately gave this information to the police station chief.
When the police found the location of the mobile, it was found to be from Ghaziabad. After this the Ghaziabad Police was contacted. Police recovered the youth safely from near Ghaziabad railway station. During interrogation, the young man told that a girl was talking to him on mobile for some days.
The girl gradually got him to transfer about one lakh rupees to her account. After this she was asking for more money. He had reached Ghaziabad to meet the girl. At the same time, he had sent a message of kidnapping to his relative. CO Laksar Niharika Semwal said that the story of kidnapping has turned out to be false. The youth has been recovered and handed over to his relatives.
After running out of money in his mobile, the young man connected his mobile to the WiFi of Ghaziabad Railway Station and gave false information of kidnapping to his relatives. Fortunately, the relative informed the police and the police started searching for him without any delay.
Actually, the young man knew that the money from the land that the family had recently sold was present at home. So he planned his own kidnapping. Before he could succeed in this, the police reached him. Pathri Police Station Head Ravindra Kumar, Additional Sub Inspector Nandkishore, Constable Mukesh Chauhan and Deepak Chaudhary were included in the police team.

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