Narendra Modi's relative robbed in Delhi

Narendra Modis relative robbed in Delhi

New Delhi - They took away Rs50,000, two mobile phones and some documents.


Published: Sun 13 Oct 2019, 12:37 PM

Last updated: Sun 13 Oct 2019, 2:39 PM

One person was arrested on Sunday for robbing Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's niece Damyanti Ben Modi, the police said.

The Civil Lines police managed to nab Gaurav alias Nonu from Haryana's Sonepat on Sunday, who along with another accused robbed Damyanti Ben Modi when she arrived here from Amritsar on Saturday morning.

"We have arrested Nonu from Sonepat and recovered cash, ATM card and other documents belonging to Damyanti Ben," the police said.

Police also recovered the scooty which was used to target the victim.

According to the police, the second accused in from Delhi's Sultanpuri area. He is yet to be arrested.

Police said that they got clues from the CCTV footage of nearby areas about the two accused persons.

According to reports, Damyanti Ben arrived here from Amritsar on Saturday morning. She took an autorickshaw to the Civil Lines in North Delhi. At around 7am she reached the Gujarati Samaj Bhawan.

While she was getting off from the three-wheeler, two miscreants riding a scooty snatched away her purse, which contained Rs50,000 in cash, two mobile phones and some documents, she has said.

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