Days after escaping from Gurugram, two undertrial prisoners held from UP’s Mathura

A crime unit of the Gurugram police has arrested two untertrial prisoners who escaped from the police custody on May 31.

The two are accused of rape and robbery cases.

Meanwhile, six persons, including three cops and a guest house operator, were also nabbed for allegedly helping the undertrial jail inmates in fleeing.

During police questioning the accused Abhijeet alias Ajay, and Rakesh revealed that while returning from the LNJP Hospital in Delhi, they lured the policemen, deployed as escort guards, of arranging food and drink for them in a hotel in Sector-38.

They then took a halt in a hotel in Sector-38 instead of going straight to jail.

“According to the plan, they called their associates Arvind aka Anoop and Ajay Jakhar with a scooty. Both of them then fled from the hotel on a scooty. They were arrested by a team of crime unit Palam Vihar led by Inspector Joginder Singh from a village in district Mathura, Uttar Pradesh on June 2,” Preet Pal Sangwan, ACP (crime) said.

The vehicle used in the crime has also been recovered. Both were produced before the local Court and sent to jail under judicial custody.




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