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Two juveniles apprehended for snatching case in Red Fort area

Two juveniles apprehended for snatching case in Red Fort area
New Delhi: Two juvenile were apprehended by police for their involvement in a snatching case where a woman was dragged from an auto rickshaw resulted in serious injuries in North Delhi area.
According to woman's daughter, her mother's condition still remains critical as she still did not recognize anyone.
According to police on inquiry, the accused stated that on August 28, they targeted one aged lady who was travelling in an auto-rickshaw towards ISBT, Kashmere Gate. When such auto-rickshaw reached near Railway Bridge, behind Red Fort, they forcefully snatched her hand bag and pull the lady from auto-rickshaw.
"Both the accused were on scooty which was given to him by one Ashfaq who is running Biryani shop near the house of one accused," said Deputy Commissioner of Police (North) Jatin Narwal.
Ashfaq from Seelampur facilitated both the CCLs with his scooter and trained them to commit such type of crime and used to take his share from snatched and robbed articles.
Police said that the accused was nabbed from Golden Jubilee Park on Thursday when they received an information that they are coming there to commit other crime.
On August 28 afternoon, a 50-year-old Jyoti Bakshi with her daughter was going to Kashmere Gate area to take the bus for Haridwar when two men riding a two-wheeler hit their auto rickshaw and tried to snatch the woman's bag.
In a bid to avoid snatching, she tried everything but the two accused dragged her down from the vehicle which resulted in her injury and the woman now battles for her life in north Delhi's Sushrut Trauma Centre.
Talking to Millennium Post, woman daughter's Disha stated that the doctor had told them their mother recovery will take time.
"She only open her eyes but could not understand what we talk. She still does not recognize anyone," said Disha.
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