Delhi: 32-Year-Old Sought to Purchase Flat for Wife; Detained for Extortion Offer on Doctor

As a result, the culprit was captured after a trap was set close to Chhath Park in Jai Vihar, G-block, Najafgarh
The accused Ashok Kumar left an extortion letter outside the clinic of a well-known doctor in the Janakpuri neighborhood (Representational image: Pixabay)
The accused Ashok Kumar left an extortion letter outside the clinic of a well-known doctor in the Janakpuri neighborhood (Representational image: Pixabay)

A 32-year-old man was detained by Delhi Police on suspicion of trying to demand money from a doctor in order to purchase a new apartment, as requested by his spouse.

According to Deputy Commissioner of Police (Special Cell) Manoj C, on June 3, the accused Ashok Kumar left an extortion letter outside the clinic of a well-known doctor in the Janakpuri neighborhood, using the name of a mobster who was recently imprisoned.

The individual used the identity of imprisoned Haryana-based gangster Manoj Baba and threatened to kill the doctor if he refused to comply with the extortion demand. A special cell team was assigned to investigate a matter that was brought to the attention of the Janakpuri police station.

The accused Ashok Kumar left an extortion letter outside the clinic of a well-known doctor in the Janakpuri neighborhood (Representational image: Pixabay)
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On June 15, the police were notified that a person, involved in the extortion case, is seen in and around the Jai Vihar area.

Manoj C, Deputy Commissioner of Police

As a result, the culprit was captured after a trap was set close to Chhath Park in Jai Vihar, G-block, Najafgarh.

When questioned, Kumar acknowledged that he had given the doctor the extortion letter in order to get quick money. After that, Kumar was taken into custody in accordance with the relevant legal provisions. The accused's attire from his visit to Doctor Anil's clinic was also found, as was the motorcycle TVS Star City+ used in the crime.

The accused arrived at the clinic on June 3, parked his bike a short distance away, put on a mask to conceal his identify, went inside, left, and departed with an extortion letter hidden inside a yellow envelope that he left at the doctor's assistant's desk. (Representational image: Pixabay)
The accused arrived at the clinic on June 3, parked his bike a short distance away, put on a mask to conceal his identify, went inside, left, and departed with an extortion letter hidden inside a yellow envelope that he left at the doctor's assistant's desk. (Representational image: Pixabay)

After being questioned extensively, Kumar disclosed that he has a private employment but no steady source of money. Due to his wife's push to buy an apartment, he was in dire need of money.

Then, deciding that the current target posed the least amount of risk, he focused on three well-known clinics in the Janakpuri region.

The accused arrived at the clinic on June 3, parked his bike a short distance away, put on a mask to conceal his identity, went inside, left, and departed with an extortion letter hidden inside a yellow envelope that he left at the doctor's assistant's desk.

"The accused wrote the name of gangster Manoj Baba, who is currently imprisoned, to intimidate the doctor." In his own handwriting, he wrote the letter. Kumar said that he got the idea from the TV show "Crime Patrol" after being questioned further.

(Input from various sources)

(Rehash/Priyanka Pandey)

The accused Ashok Kumar left an extortion letter outside the clinic of a well-known doctor in the Janakpuri neighborhood (Representational image: Pixabay)
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