Imran Khan, Khandwa. Khandwa Police of Madhya Pradesh has got a big success. The police have arrested the accused who was absconding for seven years in a robbery case from Mumbai. The accused, along with 12 of his friends, had committed the robbery in 2016 by taking the family hostage. After the incident, Vishnu Shinde had fled to Mumbai to escape from the police. On getting the information, the police caught him. A reward of ten thousand rupees was also declared on the accused.
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Police said that on August 6, 2016, at around 3 am, 12 miscreants committed a robbery at the house of advocate Ganibhai Fidvi, who lives behind Urdu school in Ghaspura area. Taking the family hostage, the accused assaulted them and took away jewelry worth Rs 15 lakh and cash of Rs 10 lakh. Eight accused were nabbed from Maharashtra and Rajasthan on 23 August 2016 on the complaint of the victim. Vishnu Shinde of Jalana was also involved in this incident who fled to Mumbai.
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Recently City Kotwali police station in-charge Balram Singh Rathore got information that Vishnu is in Mumbai. On getting his location on Tuesday, TI sent a team to nab him. Where the team caught him while digging a pit for a pipeline in Mumbai and brought him to Khandwa. Head constable Mahendra Verma played an important role in catching him. The accused has been taken on remand for three days. The stolen goods will be seized after enquiry. Along with this, inquiries will also be made in the case of other looting.
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