Woman Doctor arrested for allegedly honey-trapping BAMS medico, conspiring abduction
During interrogation, the woman doctor told police that to earn quick money she trapped and befriended the BAMS medico and with the help of Dr Singh and others kidnapped him, deputy inspector general of police, Devipatan Range, Rakesh Singh said.
Gonda: A woman doctor who allegedly honey-trapped a medical student and conspired in his kidnapping along with another doctor and others for Rs 70 lakh ransom has been arrested, police said on Monday.
"The lady doctor was arrested from her Dhaura village in Jhajjar, Haryana, on Sunday," deputy inspector general of police, Devipatan Range, Rakesh Singh told reporters.
During interrogation, the doctor told police that to earn quick money she trapped and befriended medical student Gaurav Haldhar and with the help of Dr Singh and others kidnapped him, he said.
Haldhar, 21, was kidnapped from the Gonda district of Uttar Pradesh on January 18 for Rs 70 lakh ransom. He was rescued by police on January 22. Five people were arrested in the case earlier.
Haldar, a resident of Kashipur in the Payagpur area of Bahraich district, is pursuing a Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine, and Surgery (BAMS) from the SCPM College of Nursing and Medical Sciences, Haripur in Gonda. He was residing in a hostel.
Those arrested earlier in the case included mastermind Dr Singh, who has a BAMS degree from an institute in Bengaluru, Nitesh Bihari, Mohit Singh, Rohit and Satish.
During questioning, Dr Singh had told police that he worked at a hospital in Delhi's Najafgarh, and the lady doctor, who honey-trapped Haldhar, also worked there.
The woman doctor carried a reward of Rs 25,000 on her arrest.
Haldhar was kept at Dr Singh's flat in Delhi after being kidnapped and was injected with sedatives while in captivity, according to police.