Two kidnapped college students rescued inside hours, 5 arrested

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Two college students from a personal school in Ramapuram had been kidnapped by a automotive mechanic after they refused to pay him extra for inflicting harm to his automotive which that they had taken on lease

Two college students from a personal school in Ramapuram had been kidnapped by a automotive mechanic after they refused to pay him extra for inflicting harm to his automotive which that they had taken on lease

 

CHENNAI The police on Thursday arrested 5 males who allegedly kidnapped two school college students from Ramapuram demanding ₹3 lakh compensation for damaging a rental automotive in an accident. 

The hostages had been recognized as Fiaz Afroz, 21, and Aditya, 21, from Patna and Delhi learning second yr pc science engineering in a school in Ramapuram and staying in a hostel. They took a automotive from Venkatesan, a mechanic of Thiruverkadu, lease via on-line mode.

The automotive was broken in an accident within the early hours of Wednesday close to Kuthambakkam. No grievance was filed by the scholars who paid ₹20,000 to the automotive proprietor as compensation. Not happy with the quantity, the automotive proprietor demanded extra and continued to argue over the telephone. 

At 5 p.m, the accused requested the 2 college students to return out from the hostel for a dialogue. As quickly as they got here out, they had been pushed by Venkatesan and 4 of his associates right into a automotive and had been taken to Thiruverkadu the place the 2 had been overwhelmed up. The accused contacted the brother of the kidnapped, who’s in Delhi, over telephone and demanded a ransom of ₹3 lakh for his or her launch. His brother first approached a pal, an advocate, and alerted the police later.  

A particular group of police personnel, led by Royala Nagar inspector P. Govindaram, analysed the sign of the cellphones utilized by the accused and traced them in Noombal close to Thiruverkadu. At 2.30 a.m. on Thursday, the police group rescued the duo and arrested the accused Venkatesan and his associates. 

Apart from Venkatesan, the opposite arrested had been recognized as N. Santhosh Kumar, 26, who deal in tiles, of Thiruverkadu; M. Dinesh Kumar, 30, of Vanagaram; B. Parthiban, 27, a businessman of Vadapalani; and M. Sarath, 22, a financial institution assortment agent.

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