Monday, November 29, 1999

Man arrested for ``forging`` bail order

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New Delhi, May 15 (PTI) A man who allegedly forged bail order in the name of co-accused and managed to come out of jail, was arrested from Goa, police said today. Sandeep Parmar, who had a reward of Rs 50,000 on his head, was apprehended by a Crime Branch team. Parmar along with his associates had allegedly kidnapped his cousin Raju Bhai Himat Ram Malvi, a Gujarat businessman, from Palam Airport in 2007. The gang had held him captive in a house in Gurgaon and demanded a ransom of Rs 1.5 crore. "The kidnappers posed as members of the ''Pathan'' gang from Dubai. They also prepared and delivered a CD to the victim''s family in which the victim was shown blindfolded, bound in chains, so as to terrorise the family into delivering the ransom amount as demanded," a senior police official said. However, the businessman was rescued by the Delhi Police from a flat in Gurgaon and the six abductors were arrested -- one of them was Parmar, who "masterminded" the entire operation. At the time of his arrest in 2007, he was working with a multi-national company and drawing a salary of Rs 38,000 per month. Parmar was lodged in Tihar jail, facing trial in the case. Another accused in the case was Sandeep Singh who was also lodged in the same jail. Sandeep Singh had applied for interim bail for three days which was granted by the court on January 25 this year and the interim bail was to commence from February 10. "However, on February nine, release warrants in the name of Sandeep Parmar, instead of Sandeep Singh, were received in Tihar Jail. Parmar was released from the jail subsequently," the official said. A case was registered in this connection. "It was found that Parmar had previously worked in BPO companies in Bangalore and Gurgaon. He also had relatives living in Rajasthan, Pune and Ahmedabad and some friends in Mumbai. "For three months, the team checked all possible hideouts of Parmar in all these locations. We arrested him from Margao yesterday on a tip off," the official said. He was working as a Sales Executive in a furniture showroom there.

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