Human being takes any wrong step to fulfill the needs. This is exactly what happened in Fatehabad. In Bhuna’s ward number 1, there were no crooks seeking extortion worth Rs 10 lakh by throwing letters to the house of a pesticide businessman but a wrestling coach living in his neighborhood. Koch promised to give his wife 5 toe gold jewelery. For this, he had demanded extortion of Rs 10 lakh from the businessman. The police was engaged in solving the case for the last one month. The police produced the accused in court and took one day remand. The police will now recover the bike on which he rode and went to put this letter.
Wrestling coach Karan Singh, who lives in Ward 1 of Bhuna, was married on 15 March 2020. A few days after the wedding, the wife demanded jewelery from her husband. Karna Singh had nothing to offer. So he put a letter in the house of his own merchant and asked for a fine of Rs 10 lakh. He knew that the businessman was nervous so he would give him the money.
Letter written from an 8-year-old child
On 29 June, the Bhuna police recovered a letter and two live cartridges from the house of Pesticide businessman Rakesh Goyal alias Raku Goyal. The police suspected that the letter received could have been written by a child. Police also searched CC footage. There was some evidence based on that. Accused Karan Singh was a wrestling coach. Therefore, children also went to him to learn wrestling. Wrestling Karna Singh was vicious. Therefore, everyone knew his writing. He got this letter written by an 8-year-old child. From seeing the letter, it was known that either a person is not read or written by a child.
Police arrested on Saturday night
Bhuna police arrested the accused Karan Singh from Bhuna itself. After being arrested, he told the police everything. According to the police, the accused told that after his marriage, he could not give anything to his wife. At the same time, the wife also insisted that she should bring her jewelery. The incident was carried out only on the insistence of the wife to get the jewelery. Accused told the police that he had written this letter to a child from the neighborhood so that no one could understand his writing.
This was the case
Rakesh Goyal alias Raku, a pesticide trader in Grain Mandi who lives in ward number 1 Bhuna. When he woke up at 7 am on June 29, there was an envelope near the door. When he opened the envelope, a letter was found in it. In which he asked for extortion of Rs 10 lakh. His son and threatened to shoot him for not giving money. At the same time, two cartridges were also sent inside the envelope so that it could make its dominance.
It was written in the letter
How are you Rakesh Seth. Have heard that they are printing a lot of money and let some rain fall on us. Have raised a lot of money in the marriage of the girl. We know everything about you. Your boy Monu goes to play volleyball at 6:30 in the morning. If someone shoots him, what will you do with the money. You go to the shop at 8:30. We now, about you and your family Kawari movement, if you want nothing, then keep 10 lakh rupees ready. If you agree, come over your house and put a green flag. If someone is smart, then you have seen the outcome of Ashoka Marble’s Ish Sethi. He also showed intelligence. Our gang is very big. Even if two or four are caught, your job will be sending only empty cartridges. Will kill next time. Will call and keep money ready. I will tell you the place and time. Okay
Your good thinker.
Police took one day remand
Police produced the accused Karan Singh in court. The police have taken the accused on one day remand. The accused’s house is just a short distance from the victim’s house. But he came here by bike so that even if someone comes, he can take the bike and run away from the spot. Now the police will recover the bike from the accused during remand.
Police was suspicious. Police arrested many accused in extortion case. But no one gave a yes for this crime. Later, the child was questioned and the matter was revealed. Accused has admitted that he wanted to get jewelery to his wife, hence he had inserted this letter.
Kuldeep Singh, ASI Investigation Officer Bhuna.