Retired principal cheated in Delhi
A retired principal from Bihar was cheated by the fraudsters in South-East Delhi's Sarita Vihar area. The complainant told police that one of the suspect posed himself as a policeman.
In the complaint to police, the 62-year-old, resident of Bhagalpur (Bihar) said that his wife's treatment is going on in Delhi and he is staying with his family at a guest house in Jal Vihar area. "On April 8, around 3 PM, I was standing at a bus stop in Nehru Nagar area when a man aged around 25 years came and asked me about where I am going I told him about Jal Vihar," the victim told police.
The complainant further said that the suspect told him he is also going to same place. In the meantime, a car stopped in front of them and started asking about the route of Jal Vihar area. "The 25-year-old youth asked me to sit inside the car as it was heading towards our destination. We both sat inside the vehicle," complainant further said.
He further told the investigators that inside the car the youth took out a mobile phone and told him that he is from Crime Branch. "
Meanwhile, he made random phone call and started telling everyone to check people at the time of the election. Next, he asked me to keep all my belongings in an envelope which he provided to me. I gave him money, jewellery, ATM," said the complainant adding that when he came out from the car he opened the envelope and found his valuables missing. "They have changed the envelope. I can identifuy those two youths " the victim told police. A case under sections of IPC has been registered in Lajpat Nagar police station.