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On Friday, the police arrested the prize criminal who raped the harmless in Hapur.
- Harmless woman was kidnapped and raped in a village within the district
- The woman was present in vital situation within the forest of Meerut, was admitted to the hospital
The prize cash of 50 thousand accused of kidnapping an harmless woman kidnapped in a village in Hapur, Uttar Pradesh, was lastly nabbed by the forest of Amroha on Friday afternoon. Whereas being taken to the spot within the stronghold, the accused tried to flee by snatching a pistol from a inspector and was injured by a bullet fired by the police. The accused is admitted to a authorities hospital for therapy.
SP Sanjeev Suman mentioned that on August 6, a six-year-old harmless woman was kidnapped and raped in a village in Kotwali stronghold. The woman was present in vital situation within the forest on August 7, which was referred to Meerut. Eight police groups have been deployed to arrest the accused. The bike and the accused have been traced based mostly on the path and footwear discovered on the scene. The accused was Dalpat, a resident of Mahmadpur in Amroha district, who got here into kinship and escaped after executing the incident.
Throughout interrogation, the accused confessed his crime
On Friday, on the data of the informer, the police arrested Dalpat from the forest of Mahmadpur village in Amroha. Dalpat additionally confessed to his crime throughout interrogation. Later within the afternoon, the police took the accused to the scene, the place he snatched a policeman’s pistol and tried to flee. Through the police firing, Dalpat was shot within the leg. Dalpat has been admitted to a authorities hospital.
Ganga had left a suicide notice
The SP mentioned that about 100 policemen have been repeatedly trying to find the accused within the forest. Fearing an encounter on Thursday, he tried suicide by leaping into the Ganges, however was later rescued by a relative. Earlier, he left his garments and suicide notice on the banks of the Ganges.