Kidnapped City boy rescued in Delhi

Kidnapped City boy rescued in Delhi

  The police rescued Syed Namon of Mangammanapalya near Old Railway Station, Delhi and arrested two persons in this connection.

The accused are Mohammad Adil Hussein (20) of Premnagar village in Ariana district in Bihar and Mohammad Munsir (20) of Cheerand village in Ariana district, said the police.
Syed Namon’s father Syed Akil is a businessman. One of the accused, Mohammad Adil Hussein was previously working with Akil and had parted ways with him recently. Namon went out of his house near Ayeesha Masjid, Mangammanapalya, Hosur Main Road, on October 3 at around 3 pm to go to a nearby shop. Adil had hatched a plan along with three of his associates to kidnap Namon for ransom. He managed to engage Namon in a conversation near the shop and took the boy with him. Later, he joined Munsir in the City, added the police.

Namon’s mother Mosina grew suspicious when he failed to return. At around 11 pm the same day, an unidentified person called up Akil and said that he had kidnapped Namon and demanded Rs 10 lakh as ransom for releasing the boy. Mosina immediately lodged a complaint.

The accused changed their locations repeatedly. They went to Maharastra and Madhya Pradesh from Bangalore and moved towards Uttar Pradesh and New Delhi visiting places like Meerut and Bagpath. Meanwhile, the City police constituted a special team to rescue the boy headed by DCP (South East) BNS Reddy. “The team was keeping track of the movement of the accused. We were constantly in touch with our counterparts in MP, UP and Delhi. The police had to maintain secrecy as it was a matter of safety of a boy,” Reddy said.

The police got vital clues on October 17 that two of the accused persons were moving in and around the old Railway Station in Delhi along with the boy. The Bangalore police rushed to Delhi and nabbed the accused when the latter were about to gain entry inside the station to leave Delhi.