Assam Police Detain 6 People For Questioning In Surana Kidnapping Case
According to sources, Assam police also found the chief suspect's personal vehicle close to the Rangia train station.
GUWAHATI: In connection with the kidnapping of 30-year-old Ankur Surana, police detained six people on Thursday for questioning. They also found the chief suspect's personal vehicle close to the Rangia train station.
For their apparent involvement in the crime, five people had previously been detained. According to the police, two additional suspects are still at large in addition to the principal accused, Prabal Kalia.
Due to the discovery of his automobile close to the railway station, Kalita is thought to have left the country via train. On February 1, Surana was taken from the Bharalumukh neighbourhood of Guwahati.
On February 7, Guwahati Police detained five individuals in connection with the kidnapping that occurred on February 1. Rupam Das, Rajen Kaimal, Azaharr Choudhury, Haren Das, and Gautam Das have been named as the individuals who have been detained.
Ankur Surana, a young man from Guwahati, is said to have been invited to a party on February 1 by his pals before being abducted. His sister received an online call demanding a ransom when the victim's parents reported him missing to Bharalumukh Police station on February 2.
According to sources, The kidnappers demanded 104 Bitcoins, or a ransom of Rs 19 crore, through a QR code that was connected to a digital wallet.
Ankur Surana from the Amsing Tea Estate was discovered by Guwahati police on the outskirts of the city after police quickly began their investigation and followed leads. Upon being rescued, he was bound and covered with wounds.
The victim was allegedly kidnapped while attending a party in Amsing's PRP Valley. The police continued by saying that more investigation is ongoing and that a case has been filed against the accused. A little girl from Duliajan in Assam's Dibrugarh district who had allegedly been abducted was rescued earlier on January 5 by police from Bongaigaon.
The authorities managed to free the 17-year-old woman from a Char neighbourhood in Assam's Bongaigaon district. On January 1, the father of the 'kidnapped' girl reported his daughter missing to the Duliajan police station in Assam.