Ran from Delhi to Uttarakhand, married after changing name, accused of rape arrested after 28 years
The accused of rape by kidnapping a girl has been arrested by the police after 28 years. Accused Prem alias Prakash Chand (51) wanted in the case of kidnapping and rape registered in 1994 in GTB Enclave police station was running. He was driving an auto in Kashipur in Udham Singh Nagar district of Uttarakhand by changing the name. Here the accused got married and had children. Shahdara district police arrested him after 28 years from his village in Kashipur. Three accused in this case had already been arrested.
Three accused already arrested
DCP (Shahdara) R. Satyasundaram told that Kamala Devi, a resident of Jagjivan Nagar in Shahdara, had lodged a report of the kidnapping of her daughter on January 24, 1994. He told that while going to school at Mansarovar Park, Naresh of Kabir Nagar, Jaipal of Loni, Jai Singh and Shahdara have carried out the love affair. A case was registered at GTB Enclave police station. The police arrested Naresh, Jaipal and Jai Singh by adding several sections including rape.
Declared a fugitive on 6 April 1994
Accused Prem could not be caught by the police, who was declared a fugitive by the court on 6 April 1994. ASI Rajeshwar and Havildar Rinku, who were part of the team formed to nab the fugitives of Shahdara district, caught the accused from his village. During interrogation, the accused told that he had changed his name to Prakash Chand to avoid arrest. He left his village and started living in a village in the middle of the fields, away from the city. He was driving an auto.
Brought home on the pretext of a job, misdemeanor at the tip of a knife
A boy from Rampur in UP landed at Old Delhi railway station early in the morning to give flight to his dreams. A 60 year old man made the promise of giving him a job. Brought to his house and executed unnatural sex at knife point. The accused snatched the phone and cash. Kept hostage all night. The next day the victim boy managed to escape somehow. Reached Chandni Mahal police station in Central Delhi and told the incident. Police registered a case and arrested Rahis Khan (60), a resident of Matia Mahal. Presented in court, from where it has been sent to jail.