Posing as policemen, 3 Yemen nationals robbed in Gurugram : The Tribune India | All Tech Sir



Our Correspondent

Gurugram, January 16

A Yemeni nationwide was robbed of $4,300 by a gang of faux cops in Gurugram. An FIR has been registered on this regard.

Based on the criticism filed by Mohammad Ashk Abdul Ajij, he went to India together with his relative to get his eyes handled in a personal hospital in Sector 38 they usually had been staying in a visitor home in Sector 39.

“On Sunday night, I went to a market with my family members. Whereas we had been going from Rajiv Chowk to Bakhtawar Chowk, three folks acquired right into a automobile and informed us that they had been from the Police Division and wished to see our passport and different issues,” stated Ajij.

One of many faux cops informed them that they suspected they had been concerned in marijuana smuggling.

“In the course of the search, they stole $4,300 from my bag and fled of their automobile. We had been scared and on reaching our visitor home, we informed the supervisor, who even knowledgeable the police,” Ajij stated.

Following the criticism, an FIR towards three unidentified individuals beneath Sections 379 (theft), 419 (dishonest by impersonation), 420 (dishonest) of the IPC was registered. “We’re scanning the CCTVs of the realm to hint the accused,” Inspector Ved Prakash stated.

In the meantime, two Kenyan nationals had been additionally robbed of $1,800 by three folks posing as policemen on Sunday in the identical space. The police additionally held a gathering with hospital authorities just lately and issued pointers to guard worldwide sufferers from being cheated by malpractices.



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