State Times NewsJAMMU: Acting swiftly on cash snatching complaint lodged at Police Station Bakshi Nagar, two accused were nabbed by Police on Friday. Snatched money was also recovered from their possession.While addressing a press conference, SP City North P D Nitya said that on September 24, 2020, a complaint was lodged at Police Station Bakshi Nagar by Deepak Makhyal, son of Keemat Lal of CMS, a company involved in cash collection from different business establishments in Jammu, stating that some unknown persons have snatched a bag containing cash amounting to Rs 20,12,030 (approximately) from one of their cash-officers namely Neeraj Manhas near Shamshan Ghat, Rajpura Chungi, when he was on his way to deposit the same in bank.She further told that acting on the complaint, a FIR No. 150 under Section 382 of IPC was registered and on directions of SSP Jammu, Shridhar Patil, special teams were constituted to investigate the matter. “During investigation, led by SHO Bakshi Nagar Insp Manjeet Singh, several CCTV footages were analysed and technical evidences were gathered, on basis of which bike No. JK21-6950 was found to be involved in snatching. Several suspects were rounded up for questioning and during interrogation, one of the suspects identified as Rishab, son of Vijay Kumar, resident of Toph Sherkhania confessed his involvement in the crime and unfolded whole conspiracy. He informed police that second accused namely Neeraj Manhas, son of Subash Singh, resident of Nagbani, an employee of CMC Software Company, is also involved and conspired snatching incident, which was foiled by Bakshi Nagar Police. On his disclosure, snatched cash amounting to Rs 13,04,730 was also recovered. The accused Neeraj Manhas is addicted to gambling and has planned whole incident to get money for his needs, which was successfully unearthed by SHO Bakshi Nagar and his team. Further investigations are going on in the matter,” she asserted.
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